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THE UNIVERSITY OF CUMBRIA

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Strengths

  1. Getting new apprentices started
  2. Working with small numbers of apprentices
  3. Communication with employers

Things to improve

  1. Reporting on progress of apprentices

Provider overview

The University of Cumbria is a provider of higher education programmes and has a proven track record in the delivery of high quality education with a focus on industry-relevant, professional qualifications and skills through flexible work based learning delivery by highly qualified dedicated tutors. Working closely with local business, and the public sector we provide the delivery of higher level skills training to meet business skills needs in professional and vocational areas. We successfully deliver work based learning provision in; healthcare, nursing disciplines, paramedic, radiography, policing, project management, leadership and management, business management and we hold accreditation by the relevant professional bodies.

Apprenticeship training course

Chartered manager (degree) (level 6)

THE UNIVERSITY OF CUMBRIA’s training options

Head office

Fusehill Street, Carlisle, CA1 2HH

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

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Telephone
08081787373
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