Team Leader / Supervisor Apprenticeship Level 2

The Team Leader / Supervisor apprenticeship has been developed to support learners in a first line management role, with operational/project responsibilities or responsibility for managing a team to deliver a clearly defined outcome. It provides a highly transferable set of knowledge, skills and behaviours and takes 12-18 months to complete.  


To achieve the Team Leader / Supervisor apprenticeship standard each learner must:


  • Develop a portfolio of evidence and/or work towards a BTEC Level 3 Diploma for Managers

  • Have regular 1-to-1s with their line manager.

  • Work with their training provider who will provide training and resources to support learning in meeting Knowledge, Skills and Behaviours set out by the Team Leader / Supervisor Standard.

  • Achieve Functional Skills maths and English at Level 2, prior to EPA Pass End Point Assessment (EPA)



BTEC Level 3 Diploma for Managers


The qualification is a combined knowledge and competence qualification. It is assessed through the completion of a portfolio of evidence.


The course consists of 12 mandatory units:


  • Principles of Leadership

  • Principles of Managing Operations and Budgets

  • Principles of Managing People

  • Principles of Communication and Relationship Management

  • Principles of Project Management

  • Understanding Personal Effectiveness as a Manager

  • Leading and Developing People

  • Managing Individuals and a Team to Achieve Results

  • Managing Operations and Budgets

  • Communicating and Building Relationships with Others

  • Managing Projects

  • Managing Personal Effectiveness in a Management Role


End Point Assessment (EPA)


End Point Assessment is carried out by an external organisation (EPAO) and is made up of the following:


  1. Presentation with Q&As – The apprentice will prepare and deliver a presentation, followed by questions and answers, based on topics covered within their apprenticeship. It will allow the apprentice to develop their knowledge, skills and behaviours assigned to the assessment method (set out in the Institute for Apprenticeships End Point Assessment Plan. This presentation will last around 20 minutes and the Q&As will last around 50 minutes.

  2. Professional Discussion underpinned by a portfolio of evidence - The professional discussion will be with an Independent Assessor and will last for 60 minutes. The on-programme portfolio of evidence will be used to support the professional discussion.


In order to pass the End Point Assessment, the learner must achieve 100% of the pass criteria, in order to achieve a distinction, the learner must achieve 100% of the pass criteria and the distinction criteria set out in the Institute for Apprenticeships End Point Assessment Plan.

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