Operational Management Higher Technical Qualification (HTQ) 
This CMI Level 5 diploma is crafted to enhance the management and leadership capabilities needed 
by operational or departmental managers. It targets current and potential managers and leaders, focusing on their fundamental role of guiding individuals and teams to achieve goals that align with the organization's strategic objectives. Find out more below.  

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1. Key facts: 

Duration: 13 Months Taught Time 
Start Dates: TBC 
Study Modes: Fully remote online teaching and coaching with a range of interactive activities 
Qualifications Achieved: Level 4 Data Analyst Apprenticeship 
Entry Requirements: TBC 
Cost: This programme costs £15,000 – all covered through the Apprenticeship Levy. Even if employers don’t pay into the Levy, they will only pay 5% of the full price, with the remaining 95% being paid for by the Government 

 2. Operational Management HTQ course overview 

Our curriculum covers a broad spectrum of topics that are crucial for success in management roles. It includes foundational principles of operational management as well as advanced topics in project management, financial management, and supply chain management, all designed to give you a thorough understanding of the field. You will engage in practical coursework, hands-on projects, and simulations of workplace environments, all aimed at developing the skills and experience necessary to excel in the fast-paced business world. 
Additionally, the course offers specialized modules that focus on areas such as quality customer service, ethics in operational management, and data analytics and security. These modules provide a deeper exploration of vital aspects of contemporary business operations, preparing you with the knowledge and skills needed for success. 

 3. Operational Management HTQ course modules & timeline 

Developing, Managing and Leading Teams 
Stakeholder Relationships 
Managing a project 
Managing Change 
Operational Planning 
Personal and Professional Development 

 4. Why choose Fareport for your Operational Management HTQ course? 

Fareport Training was established in 1981 in order to offer young people a route into work through work based training. In 2014 the business was purchased with support from entrepreneur Theo Paphitis by Natalie Cahill and Marinos Paphitis. Since then we have been building on Fareport's excellent reputation for high quality training and delivering training and apprenticeships across England. 

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5. Frequently asked questions 

Simply complete the Register Your Interest form at the bottom of this page and we’ll be in touch. For more information and support with your enquiry, please contact Fareport by emailing x or phoning x 
Higher Technical Qualifications (HTQs) are Level 4 and 5 qualifications, positioned between A/T Levels and degree programs. Created in collaboration with awarding bodies, employers, and businesses, HTQs are tailored to provide learners with the targeted training, knowledge, and skills essential for their chosen career paths. These qualifications are intended to be pursued as standalone credentials, offering an alternative to apprenticeships and are not components of apprenticeship programs. 
To enrol in a course, you must satisfy the entry criteria established by the provider. These requirements can vary, but often include achieving specific grades in GCSEs or A levels, and sometimes in particular subjects. Additionally, many institutions accept a variety of Level 3 qualifications such as BTECs and T levels, and frequently utilize the UCAS Tariff system. 
Your choice of study method may vary depending on the subject area. In addition to taking a Higher Technical Qualification (HTQ) full-time, there are also options to study part-time, online, or through other flexible formats. For example, many courses are offered through distance learning. 
Enrolling in a Higher Technical Qualification (HTQ) as a standalone program will incur tuition fees, which vary based on the course. Typically, fees range from approximately £7,000 to £9,250 per annum for courses lasting one or two years. 
Eligible students may access government-backed tuition fee and maintenance loans through Student Finance England. Additionally, qualifying individuals might be entitled to scholarships, bursaries, or grants; more information on these can be found on the UCAS website. It's also advisable to inquire with HTQ providers about any available special funding, including the possibility of support through an Advanced Learner Loan
Starting in the 2023/24 academic year, the government will extend student loan eligibility to those pursuing part-time HTQs. If you are employed, your employer may also contribute towards your HTQ studies. 
Navigating student funding options can be complex, so it's essential to seek current and comprehensive information and advice. 

 6. Register Your Interest Today In The Operational Management HTQ Course 

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01329 825805 
For Learners / Apprentices - info@fareport.co.uk 
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