ILM LEVEL 3 AND 5  MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP CERTIFIED PROGRAMMES  – E-Do Business Solutions Approved and Funded through the Government Apprenticeship Levy

Bespoke Certified Programmes designed to meet the needs of your business which are fully government funded through the apprenticeship levy, or 95% funded for smaller businesses who don’t contribute to the Levy. Companies with a wage bill greater than £3m contribute 0.5% pa through PAYE to the Levy and are then able access their levy account to fully fund employee training on approved schemes.

The ILM Level 3 Diploma in Management (Combined Qualification) is ideal for individuals looking to take their first step into line management and for those who already have some management responsibilities. This combined knowledge and competency based qualification will build and develop new skills to enhance your management career, whilst meeting agreed business challenges. The qualification also forms part of the ILM Level 3 Management Apprenticeship. (12 – 14 Months)

Topics Covered

  • Ability to perform management tasks –manage projects, lead meetings

  • Team leadership – for example, how to motivate people to improve performance

  • Change and innovation  – plan and manage change, create a culture of innovation

  • Communication – understand full range of communications skills

  • Managing people and relationships – negotiation, networking, building relationships

  • Leadership – understand leadership, use action learning to develop your leadership capabilities

 

The ILM Level 5 NVQ Diploma in Management and Leadership is aimed developing the career of middle managers with responsibility for substantial programmes and resources. It develops skills in strategic planning, strategic change and business process design alongside core leadership and management abilities such as inspiring colleagues and delivering results. This qualification forms part of the ILM Level 5 Management Apprenticeship. (18 – 20 months)

Topics Covered

  • Working with people – a range of units including how to deal effectively with stress and conflict, manage remote workers, build excellent customer relations

  • Managing yourself and personal skills – including units that focus on assessing your own leadership performance,  and developing critical thinking

  • Providing direction – such as leading teams to achieve organisational goals and objectives, and making strong and informed management decisions

  • Facilitating innovation and change – for example, build a culture of continued improvement, and lead people through change

  • Achieving results – such as managing for efficiency and effectiveness, and managing projects that get results

  • Using resources – including managing facilities and managing information

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