Sales - Advanced Apprenticeship

Course Code: WP00034

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Course Overview

The course duration is at least 12 months.

The learner has to undertake a total of 40 credits, made up as follows:
NVQ Level 3 Certificate in Sales – 22 credits of which 9 credits are mandatory, these units are:
•    Time planning in Sales
•    Complying with Legal, Regulatory and Ethical Requirements in a Sales or Marketing Environment
•    Deliver Reliable Customer Service
There are many optional units that meet your individual circumstances, these include:
•    Selling Face to face
•    Selling by Telephone (Inbound)
•    Selling by Telephone (Outbound)
•    Processing Sales orders
•    Selling at Exhibitions
•    Meetings customers’ after sales needs
•    Supporting customers in obtaining finance for purchases
•    Participate in meetings

Level 3 Certificate in Principles of Sales (Knowledge) 18 credits, or which 14 credits are mandatory. These include:

•    Understanding the Sales Environment
•    Understanding Sales Techniques and processes
•    Understanding Legal, Regulatory and Ethical Requirements in Sales or Marketing
•    Principles of Personal responsibilities and Working in a Business Environment
There are  optional units that meet your individual circumstances, they include:
•    Understanding Sales Targets
•    Customer Service Sales
•    Principles of On-line Selling
•    Understanding the relationship between Sales and marketing 
•    Principles of Selling at Trade Fairs and Exhibitions 
 

Entry Requirements

5 GCSE’s at grade C / 4 or above or an Intermediate apprenticeship in Sales or Marketing. Apprentices who are undertaking the Sales & Telesales Apprenticeship are likely to have some prior experience in a sales role, although this is not a formal requirement. 

Career Options and Progression

Assessment Methods

Teaching and Learning Methods

Varied teaching methods are used in order to develop high level sector specific skills. Practical skills and competency will be supported and assessed by the assessor. The functional skills element of the qualification is delivered by specialist teachers, who will provide support either in the college environment or within the work place. 
Additional learning support is available if required 
 

Industry Placement and Field Trips

Other Costs and Equipment Needed

Expert Tutors

All staff involved in the delivery of apprenticeships within the College are approved to train and support the students in the subjects and modules they deliver. The approval process ensures that staff delivering a given programme are appropriately qualified, with relevant technical and industrial experience and professional practice.

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