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Employer reviews

Excellent (544 reviews)

Employer review details
Statement Percentage of employers that selected this as a "strength" Percentage of employers that selected this as "needs improvement" Total number of employers that selected this statement
Communication with employers 76% 24% 428
Reporting on progress of apprentices 43% 57% 277
Getting new apprentices started 92% 8% 234
Improving apprentice skills 94% 6% 180
Providing the right training at the right time 77% 23% 175
Training facilities 93% 7% 141
Initial assessment of apprentices 84% 16% 120
Working with small numbers of apprentices 88% 12% 108
Adapting to my needs 66% 34% 105

Provider overview

Manchester Metropolitan University is one of the UK's leading degree apprenticeship providers, working with more than 400 employers and educating over 2,000 degree apprentices. By working with Manchester Met, employers have the chance to nurture their own talent and guide their apprentice's education at one of the North West's leading universities. We have developed our degree apprenticeship programmes in collaboration with leading national and regional employers, sector skills partners and the government. Apprenticeships are open to new recruits and existing employees and most programmes can be delivered nationwide.

Apprenticeship training course

Social worker (integrated degree) (level 6)


Head office

All Saints, Grosvenor Square, Manchester, M15 6BH

  • available At apprentice’s workplace
  • available Day release
  • not available Block release

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0161 247 3720

MANCHESTER METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY is 1 of 29 training providers for Social worker (integrated degree) (level 6).

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