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Senior Leader Apprenticeship: Virtual Information Event



Book NowSenior Leader Apprenticeship Virtual Information Event - 15th July 2021

Northumbria University’s Senior Leader Apprenticeship will benefit your organisation and your aspirational leaders. This newly developed Higher Apprenticeship is innovative, flexible and provides the foundations for your leaders to step onto an MBA qualification. For those who are transitioning from a specialist background into senior management or those seeking to ground an existing leadership role with contemporary theory, the Level 7 Senior Leader Apprenticeship will have a transformational impact for organisations.

At this information event, being held virtually on 15 July, we will take you through how the programme can work for your organisation, the benefits and opportunities it would bring to the organisation and further details on the fees, funding and MBA top up opportunity. 

Itinerary (Subject to Change):


  • Event Commences (access details will be provided upon registration)

3:15pm - 4pm:

  • Welcome and Introduction to the new Level 7 Senior Leader Apprenticeship
  • Structure of the programme
  • Assessment
  • Apprenticeship entry requirements
  • Support on offer

4pm - 4.30pm:

  • Fees and Funding
  • Employer and apprentice onboarding


  • Q&A


  • Close


To register for this virtual event please complete the form below. 

Event Details



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