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At TCHC we care about our employees and your wellbeing is our priority, we like to grow and develop our teams and so you will find all staff have a continuous professional development plan and opportunities to progress within the organisation.

We believe in the power of Apprenticeships to transforms lives and careers. As a training provider we deliver a wide range of Apprenticeships for other companies, but we also hire a number of our own Apprentices. They're a great route for anyone looking to combine practical on the job experience with nationally recognised qualifications.

TCHC now deliver traineeships to support people aged 19-24 in London, the East of England and West Midlands. Traineeships are education and training programmes focused on giving young people the skills to succeed as they enter the workforce.

The Government’s recently announced Kickstart Scheme is an innovative way to help young people into work. Your local Jobcentre will match eligible candidates to employers with relevant Kickstart vacancies, providing you with an opportunity to gain on the job experience as well as developing your skills. These vacancies can only be filled by applicants supplied via the Jobcentre.

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Apprenticeship Manager

Job Title:

Apprenticeship Manager


Travel across the East of England and other areas as required

Working Hours:

8.30 am to 5.00 pm OR 9.00 am to 5.30 pm

1 hour lunch

Monday to Friday

37.5 hours per week

Reports to:

Quality Director

Contract Type:


Salary Band:

£32,000- £38,000

Job Details:

TCHC Group Limited have been a leading provider of skills training and provision for 17 years delivering our vision of transforming the lives of individuals by being the first-choice provider for exceptional provision of employment, skills, apprenticeships, and business support. We are an Ofsted Grade 2 provider delivering contracts for key funders including Apprenticeships, GLA, ESFA, DWP, JCP, ESF, Big Lottery, LEPs and Local Authorities. Our core geographical areas of delivery are South East Midlands (SEM), South East (SE) and Greater Cambridgeshire Greater Peterborough (GCGP) Local Enterprise Partnerships and London. 

Purpose of Job

TCHC delivers a wide range of apprenticeships up to Level 5 to learners of all ages in the workplace. The curriculum is blended learning where on site and digital lessons are provided to upskill learners and improve performance in Employer businesses.

The Apprenticeship Manager will be accountable for maximising and managing the performance of training provision for Apprenticeships, across the organisation, ensuring all agreed contractual and company targets are achieved through effective leadership of the team and by building an environment in which the company can develop and prosper.

Key Objectives would be to:

  • To provide day to day management of the apprenticeship team
  • To meet or exceed Qualification Achievement Rates (QAR) and Minimum Levels of Performance (MLP) targets
  • To prepare monthly forecasts and profiles
  • To drive the apprenticeship team to provide ROI and be profitable
  • To keep up to date with the latest developments and changes within the apprenticeship sector and to cascade and translate into a workable operation
  • To engage with all relevant stakeholders’ and to effectively manage and deploy team members to meet financial, administrative, and quality targets and objectives in line with the overarching strategy of the company
  • To meet and exceed OFSTED and ESFA requirements

Main Tasks and Responsibilities

As the Apprenticeship Manager you will have responsibility to ensure that TCHC are profitable and that starts, and completions are processed timely with learners in learning progressing as expected.


  • To meet individual and team KPI’s and targets as set out by TCHC
  • To raise the profile of TCHC across the areas we operate in
  • To be part of the OFSTED working group, designing and implementing policies and procedures across TCHC to meet OFSTED requirements
  • Work with the Marketing team to ensure that any projects are effectively marketed, delivered and case studies developed to support future work.
  • Effectively adhere to and implement areas of the education inspection framework within the centre procedures and approaches


  • Lead, motivate and coach your team to achieve targets and in support of their job role
  • Performance manage and regularly review all the direct reports, ensure effective application of the performance management process for all staff, and ensure direct reports have the necessary support and guidance to deliver target
  • Monitor performance through effective analysis of data, ensure actions taken to address identified areas of underperformance and addressed in line with HR policies, quality processes, performance management and disciplinary procedure
  • Ensuring that staff development and CPD activities are planned to meet identified needs
  • Ensure that learner recruitment is running smoothly and processed on time and that the processes in place work to meet the needs of the business. Although the Apprenticeship Manager assumes overall accountability for this they must work very closely with the Sales team
  • Work with your team to drive learners to progress and completions to come in on time
  • Work with the HR department to recruit staff including support and monitoring recruitment to meet required staffing levels, expertise and budgeted targets
  • Communicating updates and information to team members and companywide regarding apprenticeships
  • Ensure that your team follow our apprenticeship learning coach processes and procedures and provide training where required to address any issues
  • Monitor apprenticeship related paperwork to ensure it is accurate and processed timely such as break in learning, start, completion and learning support paperwork.
  • Ensure your team provide impartial information, advice and guidance to all learners at the start, middle and end of their apprenticeship as a minimum
  • Drive the team to ensure that learners off-the-job training is recorded, and learners achieve the minimum levels as per the funding rules
  • Work with the team and the Core Skills Quality Manager to ensure that functional skills aims are completed timely and any overdue have action plans
  • Chair team meetings as required to create a ‘one team one TCHC culture’
  • Ensure employer HASPs and ELIs are up to date
  • Motivate the team to provide good quality case studies each quarter
  • Review learner and employer feedback regularly and make changes with approval to provide a better learner experience
  • Manage in conjunction with the HR department any accidents or incidents relating to your team
  • Take ownership of tracking any company bonus schemes for your department


  • Be responsible for promoting and safeguarding (including Prevent) the welfare of all learners for whom you have responsibility for or with whom you come into contact with and adhere to TCHC’s Safeguarding and Prevent policies.
  • To provide monthly updates on staff caseload capacity, risks or concerns and recommendations to Directors
  • Ensure that PED reports are monitored and follow up on always so that learners do not become untimely
  • Ensure staff appraisals and one-to-ones are carried out in line with company requirements
  • Ensure caseload reviews take place each month and are recorded for audit trail
  • Monitor and report on the team’s clock in/out, sickness and annual leave days each month by the date set by the HR department
  • Ensure the RPL forms are completed for learners at the start of their programme
  • Raise purchase orders and invoices relating to employers in line with company and contract requirements and follow up requests to ensure payment has been made
  • Monitor and review learner progress weekly
  • Actively promote and raise the profile of TCHC Group in the apprenticeship sector including attending events, networking and attending job centres as well as working with funders and awarding bodies when required
  • Set team KPIs and monitor them monthly
  • Ensure high quality and accuracy of data, MI and auditable documents across the team
  • Monitor monthly financial performance and analyse monthly HUB reports to ensure payments accurately reflect activity
  • Ensure identified areas of best practice are shared across the team
  • Prepare costings as required to ensure delivery is cost effective
  • To work with the quality team to ensure quality processes and Awarding Organisation requirements are always maintained
  • Ensure compliance with Health and Safety, Safeguarding, Prevent, British Values and Equality & Diversity and Data Security / Data Protection legislation and company policies and procedures in respect of these areas
  • Read and provide updates to other Managers and the Directors on any changes or new funding rules
  • Ensure development needs are identified and training implemented to meet staff needs
  • To work collaboratively with the administration team on all data entry to ensure all ESFA and other paperwork is correct and in line with funding, contractual and awarding organisation requirements
  • Evaluate and monitor performance through the Self-Assessment and Quality Improvement processes, supporting production of the Self-Assessment Report
  • To ensure areas of improvement are identified and addressed through a regularly monitored Quality Improvement Plan to drive continuous improvement
  • To support on audits, OFSTED inspection or other accreditations as required

Note: These duties are a guide to the work the post holder will initially be required to undertake. Amendments may be made from time to time as the role evolves and to meet changing circumstances and these do not form part of the contract of employment. Additionally, due to the ever-changing environment in which we operate, flexibility and the willingness to travel to other work locations are essential for these roles.

Enhanced CRB (DBS) checks will be a requirement for this position.

Skills and Attributes:







PTLLS, Certificate of Education or PGCE qualification


Assessor qualification at Level 3 or above


Educated to Degree/Level 4 or equivalent comparable experience.


Leadership and Management Qualification


Level 2 Functional Skills qualifications or equivalent in English and maths


Knowledge / Technical Skills


Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint – intermediate competency required.


Good working knowledge of the apprenticeship funding rules


Solid understanding of OFSTED and inspections


Good analytical skills and ability to use MI to identify issues, drive performance and create new business opportunities




Experience of working as an Apprenticeship Manager with a proven track record


Experience of working with different end-point assessment organisations for apprenticeship standards


Experience of leading a team of people to deliver good quality apprenticeship standards


Experience of managing or working with ESFA/ESF Funded contracts


Experience of working with employers and managing relationships


Highly IT literate


Experience of working with Management Information systems or CRMs


Personal Attributes



An empathetic, non-judgmental and ethical approach.


Self-confident. Able to lead by example. Able to engage and motivate people to deliver high performance outcomes for the benefit of young learners 


Excellent communication skills – pleasant and professional manner - well-spoken – clear, intelligible; good standard of written communication – grammar and spelling. 


The ability to motivate and build a team capable of excellent performance.


Discretion & Confidentiality – ability to demonstrate and exercise discretion and confidentiality in terms of all data and data subjects; high level of sensitivity to and awareness of parameters of role, as well team and wider relationships.


Team-player – ability to work effectively within the designated team and wider head office support teams, as well as independently; keeping others informed duly considering any pertaining discretion / sensitivity / confidentiality.


Organisation & Motivation – able to work in a structured manner, prioritising tasks and coping with peaks and troughs calmly and responsibly, and to target/timelines.


Flexible, adaptable and resourceful – ability to respond according to tasks and situations appropriately as they arise.


Commitment & Time-Keeping – able to demonstrate full attendance and punctuality within the designated hours of the role.


Personal Appearance – Smart and presentable at all times.



Satisfactorily meeting TCHC’s employment checks – a Disclosure and Barring Service Check (including any relevant overseas checks), health assessment, references, qualifications and legal entitlement to work in the UK

This is an initial outline and will be reviewed as part of our Continuous Professional development process.

Apply Now:

To apply please send your CV and covering letter to hr@tchc.net

TCHC is an equality and diversity employer, and is committed to providing equal opportunities to all employees.



Apprenticeship Openings

We don't currently have any open positions for Apprentices at TCHC Group.

We do however, work with a number of other companies to place and train their Apprentices, for full details on the Apprenticeships we offer please see below or get in touch to make an enquiry.

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Job Details:
  • Trainee accountants work with a senior accountant or controller to assist with tasks that will build their knowledge. One of the most common daily duties is inputting income or expense entries into the accounting system that the organization uses.

  • Trainee accountants pay bills, create invoices for the company’s clients, and enter vendor invoices into the system. They are also responsible for administering payroll, accounts receivable, and accounts payable to keep records up-to-date.

  • Data accuracy is an important aspect of this role, so trainee accountants are involved with checking entries for accuracy and making the necessary corrections if they spot anything that’s wrong before filing the documents in the corresponding place.

  • Some trainee accountants are charged with presenting information. They review and summarize client reports and have the opportunity to liaise with other departments at such meetings.

    • As a trainee accountant, helping colleagues with tasks and administrative duties is an everyday part of the role. This might include helping with asset inventory, cost accounting, or payroll tasks.
Apply Now To find out more and apply email: traineeships@tchc.net

Kickstart Vacancies

Administrator - Aylesbury

Job Title:




Working Hours:

9.00 am to 5.30 pm

1 hour lunch

Monday to Friday

37.5 hours per week

Contract Type:


Salary Band:

National Minimum Wage
Job Details:

Purpose of Job

To carry out data inputting and administration tasks to the highest quality to ensure that all records are audit and contract compliant.

Main Duties

  • To collate and check all learner forms and make up concise learner files.
  • To carry out precise data entry onto all existing and new data systems
  • To maintain Excel Spreadsheets
  • To liaise with advisers and external partners by telephone and email.
  • To chase missing paperwork and trouble shoot to ensure audit compliance.
  • To accurately file all learner paperwork in a timely manner.
  • To answer telephone enquires relating to the projects
  • To work as part of the team in ensuring that systems and processes are adhered to.
  • To support Project Manager, as required.
  • To carry out learner support where needed.

In addition, the post holder may be asked to carry out other reasonable duties, appropriate to their experience, qualifications and level.

Note: These duties are a guide to the work the post holder will initially be required to undertake. Amendments may be made from time to time as the role evolves and to meet changing circumstances and these do not form part of the contract of employment.