Industry Manager - Maths, English & Employability
The role of Industry Manager is to work closely with external industry stakeholders such as employers, and professional bodies to identify, commission and maintain products for the Maths, English & Employability sector. This requires knowledge and understanding of employment trends and training needs of this sector to ensure that City & Guilds’ products align to the needs and requirements of learners, providers to support entry to and progression in employment.
- Business Planning
- Customer Focus
- Effective Communication
- Industry Expertise
- Organisational Skills
- Problem Solving
- Specialist Knowledge
- Strategic Thinking
This credential recognises your work in engaging with industry stakeholders in the Maths, English & Employability sector, and your role as an Industry Manager as an advocate and champion for your sector, ensuring that City & Guilds develops the assessment products and qualifications required and recognised by industry.
To earn this credential, the individual has shown how they have met these evidence standards:
Application of analytical skills on a day-to-day basis.
Up to date with current industry/sector developments
Have worked within education and training/awarding body for a minimum of one year
Have engaged with a variety of external stakeholders
Demonstrate up to date knowledge of policy/regulatory changes within qualifications, apprenticeships and credentialling.
Present both face to face and virtually to a range of audiences
Manage a portfolio of products, including an annual review of that portfolio.
Create, communicate, and maintain an industry plan based on insights from the industry/ employers/ professional/ trade bodies and local authorities.
Worked with Industry Manager colleagues across all sectors to ensure that vocational and sector offers are supported with a range of products to support improving literacy and numeracy skills and enhance employability skills