If you are looking to upskill employees in delivering projects more effectively, the Level 4 Associate Project Manager offers a compelling opportunity to develop knowledge and experience through a highly effective training programme, fully funded through your apprenticeship levy.
Incorporating the APM PMQ qualification, learners achieve two professional accreditations after successfully completing this programme.
- Shorter 13-month programme duration.
- Virtual delivery, removing the inconvenience and costs of travel.
- Flexibility of regular monthly intakes.
- Credible trainers, all with a project management background.
- Dedicated skills coach for every learner providing 1:1 personal mentoring.
- Fast track to University of Cumbria’s Level 6 degree apprenticeship – through our partnership with University of Cumbria, following completion of their level 4, learners can fast track to year 2 of their Level 6 BSc (Hons) Project Management apprenticeship degree.
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Regulation and compliance
Provek is on the Government’s Apprenticeship Provider and Assessment Register (APAR). We had our first inspection in August 2023 where we received a good rating. See below the highlights of the overwhelmingly positive feedback that we received from Ofsted in our report.
Feedback from Ofsted following our inspection:
“Apprentices enjoy a calm and purposeful learning environment.”
“Apprentices develop good knowledge and skills quickly because of their training. They become more reflective and can evaluate and improve their practice.”
“Many apprentices gain promotions or go on to further study due to their training.”
“Apprentices benefit from frequent opportunities to discuss their safety and well being with training staff.”
“Leaders designed a curriculum which builds logically on what apprentices know and can do.”
“Experienced project manager teaching staff teach engaging and effective online workshops. They draw on real examples appropriately to make lessons interesting and relevant.”