Introducing the qualification The ILM Level 3 Diploma in Leadership and Management has been specially designed for first line managers looking to develop a wide range of management and leadership skills suitable for their role. The qualification also develops both understanding and application of leadership skills through the use of action learning. The Diploma consists of six mandatory units ‘Understanding change’, ‘Planning change’, ‘Time management’, ‘An introduction to leadership’, ‘Effective team leading’ and ‘Developing leadership capability’. Participants then complete the qualification with a range of optional units that combine to minimum credit of 18. From
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The Board requires 150 semester hours earned to sit for the exam. One way to accomplish this is to complete a master’s degree or higher from an eligible institution. Another option is to complete a baccalaureate degree from an eligible
The information that follows identifies the Units that form the Chartered Management Institute Level 5 qualifications in Management and Leadership. The Units are set out in a format designed to assist in identifying the presence of your current knowledge, understanding and capability at this level. To achieve best value in competing the document you should refer to your Centre Adviser who will guide you. The outcome of this part of your “Skill Scan” should assist you in the preparation of an action plan for your way forward to successful completion of a qualification programme.
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Sources of information:Bevan J, Dransfield R, Coupland-Smith H, Goymer J and Richards C – BTEC Level 3 National Business StudentBook 1 (Pearson, 2009) ISBN 9781846906343Bevan J, Goymer J, Richards C and Richards N – BTEC Level 3 National Business Student Book 2(Pearson, 2009) ISBN 9781846906350Coupland-Smith H and Mencattelli C – BTEC Level 3 National Business Teaching Resource Pack(Pearson, 2009) ISBN
Section 1 2 3 4 Introduction and Assessment Outcomes and Criteria Internal Controls and Fraud Finding weaknesses and making recommendations Report Plan Deadlines Report Guide Business English Other requirements
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