ILM level 5 Award in Leadership and Management Qualification

Course Duration is 3 Days

£1,545.00 Plus VAT

Business Benefit

The Level 5 Award in Management aims to give practising or potential middle managers the foundation for their formal development in this role. The programme has two primary objectives. To assist participants in gaining the knowledge required by a middle manager and to develop middle management skills All attendees qualify for free ILM Membership. Designed to help candidates get the most from their course and advance their management career, Studying members can get a range of benefits including Harvard Business Publishing online books, Career development Advice, Information on networking events around the UK, Edge Online a management magazine.

How to Book

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Who Should Attend

Attendees will be either aspiring or practising Middle Managers.

Learning Outcomes – by the end of this course you will be able to…

Understanding Organisational Culture & Ethics
Managing Projects in the Organisation
Each of the above has an associated assessment associated to prove learning has taken place
Each Award programme is run over a 3 month period

Course Content

The importance of governance in shaping the ethics and values of the organisation
Corporate social responsibility
Legislation and social attitudes, and their effect on organisational policies and procedures in relation to diversity and equal opportunities
Issues of human rights, harassment, bullying and whistle-blowing legislation
Own organisation’s policies and procedures to deal with legal and moral obligations
Alternative perceptions about right and wrong, value judgements
Definition of ethics in the work context including cultures, beliefs and value systems
Personal and business ethics
Ethical considerations for investment, trading, competition, manufacturing, employment, etc.
Ethics and stakeholders
Social responsibilities of organisations and the resource implications and financial costs and returns of using an ethical and equitable approach
Project sponsors, stakeholders and scope
Work breakdown and product breakdown structure
Gantt and bar charts, critical path analysis
Methods of reducing project times and costs
Resource analysis, and re-scheduling
Project communication methods
Links to change management
Information technology solutions
Benefits of project management
Key project management terminology
Characteristics of project managers
Organisational structures to support projects
Types of project; the project life cycle,
Feasibility studies; risk management techniques
Project team roles; critical relationships
Procedures for project closure
Using feedback from others to critically evaluate own performance