SYSTEMS THINKING PRACTITIONER LEVEL 7

This new apprenticeship standard has been designed by employers; it can help successful apprentices develop the skills to deal with the sorts of complex and strategic issues faced by senior managers.

OVERVIEW

Systems thinking approaches have been developed specifically to address the complexity and uncertainty with which many organisations and their leaders are wrestling, for example: building effective collaborations between organisations, integrating health and social care into service ecosystems, or addressing societal or sectoral challenges. Systems thinking is a broad and rich discipline which uses rigorously-tested approaches across a diverse range of contexts; it is equally applicable in a single organisation, or in a multi-layer and multi-organisational context.

Practitioners support decision-makers in strategic and leadership roles to make sense of complex situations and intractable challenges, make better decisions, improve the solutions they implement, and generate sustainable learning cultures.

LEVEL AND DURATION

This apprenticeship is taught at Level 7, over 30 months.

LEARNING APPROACH

There will be a blended learning approach to the training provided during this programme. 
 

  • Face to face

  • Masterclasses

  • Online Content

  • Coaching in the workplace

Professional recognition

  • Systems & Complexity in Organisations (SCiO) for Advanced Practitioner level 7

This new  has been designed by employers; it can lead successful apprentices into a variety of project management careers and progression into professional qualifications.

This new  has been by employers; it can lead successful apprentices into a variety of project management careers and progression into professional qualifications.

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MODULES OF STUDY

  • ·       Overview of systems thinking

  • ·       Designing and developing Viable Systems 

  • ·       Managing Soft Systems problems and uncertainty 

  • ·       Understanding Systems Dynamics 

  • ·       Understanding boundaries and power in Critical Systems

  • ·       Developing Patterns of Strategy in ecosystems 

  • ·       Systems concepts principles and laws

  • ·       Gathering and analysing information and intelligence

  • ·       Group dynamics 

  • ·       Intervention approaches

  • ·       Implementing change

  • ·       Communicating and collaborating

  • ·       Ethics

  • ·       Assessment and evaluation

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