ILM Leadership and Management Level 3 Award Online Option 3
This ILM Level 3 (equivalent to A-Level) programme in Leadership and Management is a good introduction to studying at Level 3 and is flexible to allow you to study wherever you like, at a time to suit you as long as you have internet connection!
This course is specifically aimed at middle managers who have people management responsibility or aspiring supervisors with little or no experience.
You will study a minimum of 3 topics as follows:
Understand Performance Management – you will gain an understanding of the value of assessing performance to meet organisational and individual needs, how to manage performance of individuals in the team and the value of feedback in the workplace
Planning and allocating work – you will be able to will be able to develop knowledge and understanding of how to plan and allocate work as required by a practising or potential first line manager. This includes understanding how to set SMART objectives and knowing how to involve team members in identifying ways to improve performance to meet objectives.
Understanding conflict management – you will develop your knowledge and understanding of managing conflict and supporting individuals as required by a practising or potential first line manager.
This great value course includes:
3 x ILM accredited units/topics of study
A series of videos and lessons for your selected units of study.
3 x E workbook (one for for each unit), to work through in conjunction with the videos and lessons
ILM student registration and assessment
ILM Award qualification certificate
3 x Assignment guides and video tutorials
1 x Harvard Referencing guide and video tutorial
This qualification is ideal if you are have management responsibilities but no formal training, and are serious about developing your abilities. It’s particularly suited to practising team leaders seeking to move up to the next level of management, and managers who need to lead people through organisational change, budget cuts or other pressures.
There are no real entry requirements to this course though we will check that you are in an appropriate position to be able to fulfil some of the assessment requirements.
An informal telephone conversation or email will usually suffice to ensure that this qualification is suitable for you.
As you are studying this course online you can study at a pace that suits you – though the maximum amount of time you can study for is 3 years (this is in line with your ILM registration)
It is suggested that you allocate at least 3 hours per week for your study to ensure that you progress through the course at a reasonable rate.
We estimate that you could complete this course in 11 weeks though this depends on your learning pace and the amount of time you have available.