CMI - Level 5 - Certificate in Management & Leadership
- Course Code: EC230
- Duration: 12 weeks x 6 hours
- Price: £850.00
- Start Date: 11-Oct-17
- Days: WED
- Times: 14:00-20:30
- Validated by: NONE
- Delivery Type: PT
This new, innovative management development programme is aimed at existing or aspiring managers in any industry, business and/or public and voluntary sectors. It updates our popular Certificate in Management Studies Programme, which has run successfully at the College for over 30 years. This qualification is designed for middle managers and those aspiring to senior management who want to develop key skills such as managing resources, managing performance, recruitment and information management.
The modules focus on a range of key management areas, which together provide the essential tools to enable students to become effective managers. The participative and engaging class-based sessions provide a blend of theory and practical application, and allow learners to develop knowledge and skills that can be directly applied to their work.
If you're determined to reach the top rung of the career ladder then this course, coupled with membership of the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), is a must. CMI state:
"By choosing to join CMI not only do you gain access to a wealth of management resources and support, our research shows positive impact on employability, earning potential and competence. Whether you're a member or studying member, you'll reap the rewards by aligning yourself with the only institute warranting the Royal Charter in management and leadership."
- What will I study?
The programme focuses on a range of key management areas, which together provide the essential tools to enable learners to become effective managers. The participative and engaging class-based sessions provide a blend of theory and practical application, and allow students to develop knowledge and skills that can be directly applied to their work.
Introduction to Leadership and Management (Unit 5020v1) (7 Credits)
- Personal development and management skills
- Efficiency and effectiveness and self-appraisal techniques
- Constructing a personal development plan
- Understand the role of the manager
- Manage and motivate a team, monitor team welfare
- Understand data and information
- Undertake Recruitment and selection of staff
Managing Team and Individual Performance (Unit 5003v1) (9 Credits)
- Identify and agree performance objectives for individuals and teams
- Assess performance against objectives and carry out performance appraisal
- Devising performance improvement plans (PIPs) and implementing the performance improvement cycle
- Identify and deal with poor performance and conducting difficult conversations
- Understand the role of the manager in disciplinary and grievance procedures
Meeting Stakeholder and Quality Needs (Unit 5005v1) (6 credits)
- Understand how to identify stakeholders and their requirements
- Understand how to apply and improve quality standards
- Be able to conduct a quality audit
- Encourage staff to contribute ideas to improve quality
- Understand how to promote continuous improvement and change
- Entry Requirements
- You do not need to have a formal qualification. Nevertheless, you will need to be able to demonstrate your enthusiasm and ability to undertake the course, from both an academic and personal perspective.
- The course requires considerable commitment and is appropriate if you want to take your management career further through formal study.
- You are expected to have a minimum of two years' relevant management experience
An informal (telephone or face to face) conversation with the course leader is advisable before booking onto the course
- How will I be assessed?
Attendance on the programme of at least 80% is essential alongside satisfactory completion of the equivalent of 3 x 3000 word assessments.
- What can I do next?
If you have already completed the CMI Certificate in Management then you may wish to top this up to a Diploma by completion of the first two modules of the Certificate:
Conducting a Management Report
- Be able to identify and justify a management project
- Be able to conduct research using sources and analyse data and options
- Be able to make conclusions and recommendations that achieve the project aim
- Be able to show and review the results of the project.
Practices of Resource Management
- Be able to identify and plan resources needed to meet objectives
- Be able to select and use the resource supply chain to meet planned objectives
- Be able to monitor and evaluate internal and external resource used to meet plans
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