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Passenger Transport Operations Manager, Higher Apprenticeship
What will I do on this course?
A passenger transport services operations manager is required to have a detailed understanding of the operational transport service, its targets and obligations, the relevant transport infrastructure and its assets. Their role may involve financial and budgetary responsibilities, day-today operational management of a passenger transport environment, compliance and quality checks and people management. An apprenticeship in passenger transport services is your first stop to a great career in an exciting and dynamic industry. This apprenticeship will include the Institute of Leadership and Management Level 5 as well as the Operators CPC (passenger transport).
How will I be assessed?
Quarterly milestone meetings will allow you and your employer, the apprentice and training provider to keep track of progress and indicate when you are ready for end-point assessment. You must have completed the Operators CPC before progressing to the end point assessment.
What could I do after this course?
You may choose to register as on associate member of the Chartered Management Institute and the Institute of Leadership and Management, to support your professional career development.
Employers will set their own entry requirements, but you are expected to have worked within a supervisory role prior to undertaking this apprenticeship. You will typically have already achieved English and maths at GCSE grade C or equivalent and should hold a Level 2 business-related qualification or have at least two years’ experience in a passenger service environment.
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What our students say
Josh Shapland, Early Years
“The course brought theory and practice together. The topics covered really aligned with the work I do today”
Studied: Early Years Level 3 (Weston College, Early Years Childhood Studies FdA & Early Years Education BA (UCW)