Imperial College Business School and Corndel have announced a major strategic partnership that brings together the academic excellence of a world-leading university and the expertise of the country’s leading professional apprenticeship provider.
This unique approach combines academic rigour with exceptional vocational training and coaching to create a senior leader apprenticeship offering that delivers significant business impact through developing leader capability and the strategic and commercial skills needed to succeed.
The partnership launches through the offering of a world-class management programme funded through the Apprenticeship Levy. The Imperial College and Corndel Executive Development Programme is a Senior Leader Apprenticeship that provides a transformative and personalised development journey from an internationally renowned university, integrated with one-to-one mentoring and support through Corndel’s award-winning coaching model.
The technology-enabled, blended programme features one-to-one online coaching, a pioneering digital learning curriculum, online group seminars and masterclass sessions from renowned academics.
Representing exceptional value for employers, the programme can be eligible to be fully funded by the Apprenticeship Levy.
David Brown, Imperial College Business School’s Director of Executive Education said “Imperial College Business School is delighted to partner with Corndel in this major initiative in executive education. At Imperial we are committed to increasing access to leading edge thinking for businesses and organisations.
We want to help individuals translate learning into practice and make a difference at speed. This initiative is in response to a huge demand from companies and organisations seeking to increase their capabilities in management, leadership and technology. And in this case using the terrific opportunity afforded by the Apprenticeship Levy.”
A virtual event, repeated on Tues 14th, Wed 22nd and Tues 28th Sept will provide a detailed overview of the course and explore organisational impact