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Product Manager- Apprenticeships

Job Title Product Manager- Apprenticeships
Contract Type Permanent
Location Swindon
Salary £38k - 45k per year
Job Published 23 Nov 2016
REF J57381KP
Contact Education Team
Contact Email education@tpp.co.uk

Job Description

A leading international awarding body are recruiting for a Product Manager to develop a new range of Apprenticeship products to meet customer needs, are achieving growth and reaching revenue and profit goals.

You will work closely with the Education Team and have a good understanding of the apprenticeship marketplace through liaison with training providers, the corporate market, and working with other awarding bodies

As someone who has proven experience and knowledge of Apprenticeships and /or the UK education marketplace including past experience of selling or marketing into schools, FE colleges, Universities etc you will create a 3year product plan for the education portfolio as well as review the commercial viability of the existing products set to ensure it maximises growth opportunities.

You will have had ideally education qualification development experience, or experience developing eLearning and educational content or experience developing IT learning products in a commercial setting in order to able to understand customer needs in the market to ensure the products become more established.

For more information please contact the Education Team quoting reference number J57381KP.

We value diversity at TPP and welcome applications from all sections of the community.

Ref: J57381KP | Published: 23th Nov 2016

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