Project Manager Degree Apprenticeship Information Session

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Join the Central Apprenticeship Hub and Programme Lead, Diane Stanley, to find out more about our Project Manager Degree Apprenticeship.

Our degree apprenticeship has been developed in collaboration with Babcock International and provides the knowledge, understanding and skills to enable employees to be more effective in their project management roles, in a broad range of organisational contexts. The course provides a uniquely flexible alternative to traditional university study and is delivered over four years with fortnightly attendance at the University of Plymouth.

Your employees will have the opportunity to gain a BSc (Hons) Project Management while in employment and be eligible for membership status with the Association for Project Management (APM) upon completion.

Register for the session via the above link or email louise.crocker@plymouth.ac.uk if you have any questions about our degree apprenticeship.

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