ILM Award in Leadership and Management (Level 3) Understanding Innovation and Change; Problem Solving; Costs and Budgets

3 days and 2 nights at the college x 2 weekends

Friday 14th June - Sunday 7th July 2024

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If you are a manager, learn how to help your team solve problems, motivate them and help them navigate through change as well as learning how to manage costs and budgets.

Fees

This course could be FREE to you. Take a look at our fees page here

Level

Level 3

Dates

Friday 14th – Sunday 16th June 2024

Friday 5th – Sunday 7th July 2024

Plus

One day in July 2024 (date to be confirmed) non-residential, focusing on practical budgeting

This Award is a great opportunity for you to step away from your everyday life for 2 weekends and really reflect on yourself as a manager, your team, your specific areas of responsibility, learn new skills and how you can implement them into your own individual workplace. 

There are 3 Units for this Course:

  1. Solving problems and making decisions
  2. Understanding motivation and change
  3. Understanding costs & budgets 

By doing this course, you will reflect on the leadership skills you already have and learn skills you will need to succeed in an increasingly challenging and unpredictable world. This accredited qualification will include established models and tools that can enhance your credibility as a knowledgeable manager with your team, peers and leadership groups. The course is taught by tutors who are familiar with working as senior managers and who will be using their experience to lead the discussion and learning into areas where you would appreciate practical help in the context of you as a manager, and your own individual workplace. On successful completion of  three related assignments, your achievement will be recognised with an ILM Award and you will automatically be made a student member of the Institute of Leadership and Management with use of their professional resources for 6 months.

The 3 Units for this Course include learning in the following key areas:

  • Know how to describe a problem, its nature, scope and impact
  • Know how to gather and interpret information to solve a problem
  • Know how to evaluate options to make a decision
  • Know how to plan, monitor and review the implementation and communication of decisions
  • Understand innovation and change in an organisation
  • Understand how to plan, monitor and review the implementation and communication of innovation and change in an organisation
  • Understand the effects of innovation and change on people and teams in an organisation
  • Understand budgets within an organisation
  • Understand costs within an organisation

This course is particularly suited to practising managers who would benefit from taking time out of the workplace to reflect on themselves as managers, learn new skills and apply them to their own work context.  You may already be aware of your management style and your organisation’s culture but in today’s challenging world, would adopting different management tools and techniques now be appropriate to get the job done?

Awarding Body

Institute of Leadership and Management

Who is this course for?

This course is for anyone who is currently in a job, or who has management experience and is hoping to progress into a job.  People who are new to a management role are also welcome to apply.

This course is particularly suited to practising managers who would benefit from taking time out of the workplace to reflect on themselves as managers, learn new skills and apply them to their own work context.  You may already be aware of your management style and your organisation’s culture but in today’s challenging world, would adopting different management tools and techniques now be appropriate to get the job done? 

Entry Requirements

  • You need to be currently working in the role of a manager/supervisor/team leader – or similar. Or have previous experience of being in one of these roles.
  • You will be required to demonstrate you are able to write assignments at a Level 3 literacy standard.
  • You must have a computer and internet access at home along with a microphone and camera installed to allow you to engage fully with any online sessions we might have and to enable you to carry out your independent learning that you will be required to do in between your time at the college.
  • Access to TEAMS and the ability to transport your own PC to the College for face to face delivery during the residential sessions.