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Polymer Processing Operations (Wales)

The Polymer Processing Operations Apprenticeship Framework provides work based training for young people and adults to undertake key technical and operational roles in the Polymer Processing Industries.


There are two levels of Apprenticeship contained in this framework:
• The Foundation Apprenticeship (Level 2) in Polymer Processing Operations (Usually takes 12 months to complete)
• The Apprenticeship (Level 3) in Polymer Processing Operations  (Usually takes 24 to 36 months to complete)


Issue number: 3
Framework ID: FR04316
Issuer: Cogent

Leisure Operations and Leisure Management (England)

This framework is aimed at those individuals who wish to work in operational roles in leisure and recreation facilities ranging from leisure and recreation centres to caravan and holiday parks.

The expectation is that this framework is completed in a minimum duration of 12 months.

Please note it is recommended that apprentices are contracted and employed for a minimum of 30 hours on publicly funded programmes.

Issue number: 11
Framework ID: FR04317
Issuer: SkillsActive

Customer Service (Wales)

Standard Occupational Code (SOC): 72

The Customer Service Apprenticeship and Foundation Apprenticeship in Wales respond to the employer need for high levels of customer service skills within a wide range of organisations. Customer service skills are transferable across sectors and can be applied to many job roles. The Apprenticeships are primarily aimed at individuals whose job role is dedicated to customer service as an occupation, for example Foundation Apprentices may be Customer Service Trainees, Assistants and R...

Issue number: 3
Framework ID: FR04302
Issuer: Instructus

Construction Specialist (Wales)

Short Description
The construction industry has had for many years a traditional Apprenticeship programme covering the Construction Specialist occupations. This framework will help to attract, retain and develop talent into a range of Specialist occupations at Foundation (Level 2), Apprenticeship (level 3) in Construction Specialist and provide progression to supervisory and management level, in order to provide the industry with a well trained productive workforce. Construction Specialist framework occupations are listed under pathway...

Issue number: 29
Framework ID: FR04264
Issuer: CITB

Engineering Manufacture (England)

This Intermediate Apprenticeship and Advanced Apprenticeship in Engineering Manufacture framework is designed to provide the skills, knowledge and competence requirements to work at semi-skilled or qualified operator level (Level 2) or craft or technician level (Level 3) as appropriate, to carry out a variety of engineering and manufacturing processes within the following range of sub-sectors: Automotive, Aerospace, Electronics, Mechanical, Marine, Electrical, Metal goods and Other Transport Equipment.

Issue number: 25
Framework ID: FR04325
Issuer: SEMTA

Engineering Manufacture (Wales)

This Foundation Apprenticeship and Apprenticeship in Engineering Manufacture is designed to provide the skills, knowledge and competence requirements to work at semi-skilled or qualified operator level (Level 2) or craft or technician level (Level 3) as appropriate, carrying out a variety of engineering and manufacturing processes within the following range of sub-sectors: Automotive, Aerospace, Electronics, Mechanical, Marine, Electrical, Metal goods and Other Transport Equipment.

Issue number: 16
Framework ID: FR04239
Issuer: SEMTA

Facilities Management (Wales)

This Apprenticeship framework, ranging from Foundation to Higher level has been designed with the help of employers to attract new people into the Facilities Management (FM) sector and to upskill the existing workforce with qualifications.  FM involves providing a quality and cost effective maintenance and care service for a wide range of commercial and public buildings, such as hotels, hospitals, office and shopping complexes, arenas, educational or convention centres.  Facilities Managers make sure that facilities such as securit...

Issue number: 6
Framework ID: FR04324
Issuer: Instructus

Hospitality Management (Wales)

This Higher Apprenticeship framework at Level 4 has been developed by People 1st to meet the higher level skills needs of the Hospitality Industry and act as a progression route for apprentices undertaking the Hospitality and Catering, Craft Cuisine and Licenced Hospitality Apprenticeships. Higher Apprentices will train in a range of hospitality management job roles, such as deputy general manager, front office manager, operations or unit manager.

Issue number: 5
Framework ID: FR04225
Issuer: Instructus

Higher Apprenticeship in Facilities Management Level 4 and 5 (England)

This apprenticeship framework has been designed to provide a progression route for those joining Facilities Management (FM) at levels 2 and 3.  It also provides an entry point and work based progression for those with A levels and BTECs. It allows Facilities Managers to expand their knowledge base and develop critical thinking skills.  There are two routes; a generic or soft services route and a building services or hard services route. Both levels consist of Higher Education qualifications and qualifications offered by the British...

Issue number: 3
Framework ID: FR04319
Issuer: Instructus

Community Development (Wales)

This framework has been designed as a nationally recognised training programme that offers a route of entry into the Community Development sector in Wales. It is appropriate for those striving to work in the, private, public, voluntary and community sector.

The Framework requires the successful completion of a number of components, including a nationally recognised qualification, which is independently assessed and certificated. Successful completers will have the knowledge and skills that are applicable to their role and be able to ...

Issue number: 2
Framework ID: FR04318
Issuer: Learning and Skills Improvement Service

Leisure Operations and Leisure Management (Wales)

This framework is aimed at those individuals who wish to work in operational roles in leisure and recreation facilities ranging from leisure and recreation centres to caravan and holiday parks.

The recommendation is that this framework is completed in a minimum duration of 12 months.

Issue number: 4
Framework ID: FR03875
Issuer: SkillsActive

Vehicle Body and Paint - non statutory (Wales)

The industry relies on a steady flow of new entrants and apprentices help to meet the skills needs of employers and to replace an ageing workforce. Foundation apprentices (Level 2) will train as technicians repairing and restoring body and paintwork or repairing and replacing windscreens on a range of light and heavy vehicles. Apprentices (Level 3) will train as senior technicians or as Vehicle Damage Assessors, appraising vehicle damage, assessing vehicle repair methods and estimating costs.

Issue number: 5
Framework ID: FR04273
Issuer: Institute of the Motor Industry

Bespoke Water Treatment Management (England)

Please note:

This Apprenticeship Framework can only be used as part of the Cogent’s Science Industrial Partnership (SIP).

The Water Treatment Management  Apprenticeship Framework provides work based training for young people and adults to undertake key technical, operational roles in the Water Treatment Management  industries.


There are two levels of Apprenticeship contained in this framework:

• The Intermediate Level App...

Issue number: 1
Framework ID: FR00690
Issuer: Cogent

Facilities Management (England)

This Apprenticeship framework, ranging from Intermediate to Advanced level, has been designed with the help of employers to attract new people into the Facilities Management (FM) sector and to upskill the existing workforce with qualifications.  FM involves providing a quality and cost effective maintenance and care service for a wide range of commercial and public buildings, such as hotels, hospitals, office and shopping complexes, arenas, educational or convention centres. Facilities Managers make sure that facilities such as security...

Issue number: 26
Framework ID: FR04231
Issuer: Instructus

Supply Chain Management (Wales)

Every organisation has to buy goods and services and this means that Supply Chain people work everywhere from global corporations to market stalls. For many organisations, their biggest cost is the goods and services bought from third parties. This includes all the costs of managing supply including purchasing, expediting, inventory management, delivery and receipt of goods and quality control.  Supply chains within and across all other sectors are reliant on the effectiveness of the people who work within them. Apprentices ca...

Issue number: 5
Framework ID: FR04312
Issuer: Institute of the Motor Industry

Business Administration (Wales)

This framework is designed to meet the skills needs of employers of all sizes across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors in Wales. It will attract new talent into a career in business and administration and will help to up-skill the workforce to replace those who leave or retire. Foundation apprentices will work in roles such as administrators, office juniors, receptionists, medical receptionists, junior legal secretaries or junior medical secretaries. Apprentices will work in roles such as administration executives/officers, admi...

Issue number: 23
Framework ID: FR04301
Issuer: Instructus

Recruitment (Wales)

This framework is designed to meet the skills needs of employers of all sizes across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. It will attract new talent into the Recruitment sector and will help to up-skill the workforce to meet employer skills priorities and to further professionalise the sector. Apprentices will work in job roles such as trainee recruitment consultants, junior recruitment consultants, resourcers or account representatives. Higher apprentices will work in job roles such as account manager, consultant or senior, lead ...

Issue number: 2
Framework ID: FR04299
Issuer: Instructus

Higher Apprenticeship in Management - Levels 4 and 5 (England)

This framework is designed to meet the skills needs of employers of all sizes across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. It will attract new talent into management and will help to up-skill the workforce to replace those who leave or retire. Higher apprentices will work in job roles such as managers, senior managers, directors and heads of department.

Issue number: 20
Framework ID: FR04105
Issuer: Instructus

Operations and Quality Improvement (England)

This Operations and Quality Improvement Advanced Apprenticeship framework has been produced in partnership with major employers and their supply chains to develop a pool of talent across the UK to support businesses to become more productive and remain competitive often in global markets. The framework components set out the skills, knowledge and understanding employees will require in order to support businesses to identify and then deliver continuous and sustainable quality, cost, delivery improvements for existing or new products, process...

Issue number: 7
Framework ID: FR04285
Issuer: SEMTA

Operations and Quality Improvement (Wales)

This Operations and Quality Improvement Apprenticeship Framework has been produced in partnership with major employers and their supply chains to develop a pool of talent across the UK to support businesses to become more productive and remain competitive often in global markets. The Framework components set out the skills, knowledge and understanding employees will require in order to support businesses to identify and then deliver continuous and sustainable quality, cost, delivery improvements for existing or new products, processes and/or...

Issue number: 6
Framework ID: FR04284
Issuer: SEMTA

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