As part of this year’s National Apprenticeship Week, UCQ’s Director of Executive Education, Stuart Cameron, met with two of its management degree apprentices to find out what prompted them to add studying for a BA (Hons) Professional Management degree, to what were already, two very busy professional and personal schedules.
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“If I hadn’t done this course, I would never have known what that was [situational leadership]… Although it’s only been 10 months… yes [I am becoming a better manager].”
Mike Sully, Production Engineering Manager at Denso Marston Ltd and UCQ Chartered Manager Degree Apprentice
“I didn’t go to university after leaving school, I didn’t think I was capable… My company are well behind me, to help me become a better manager and leader… I think the Apprenticeship Levy provides a really good incentive for businesses to progress [their] staff…”
Martin Dyson, Head of European Customer and Field Service, Acorn Mobility Services Ltd, and UCQ Chartered Manager Degree Apprentice