CMI: Level 3 Principles of Management and Leadership

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CMI: Level 3 Principles of Management and Leadership

Who is this course for?

These qualifications are aimed at practicing or aspiring managers will supervise or manage a team to achieve clearly defined outcomes. They will set and monitor goals and objectives by providing instruction, direction and guidance. Day to day operational and project activities are a key part of their role.

 

What are the entry requirements for the course?

There are no formal entry requirements, however the HP team will discuss the course content and assessment requirements in details with you in the first instance to ensure you are placed on the right qualification.  

 

How long is this course?

Delivery is through daytime workshops delivered over a 9-12-month period.

We schedule the modules on a rolling programme, therefore you can start the programme with any of the modules and they do not need to be taken in a specific order.

 

What will I study on this course?

The programme includes the following Units:

  • Principles of Management and Leadership: 24 January 2019/68 credits
  • Building Stakeholder Relationships using Effective Communication: 28 February 2019/40 credits
  • Principles of Equality, Diversity and Inclusive Working Practices: 28 March 2019/53 credits
  • Managing Daily Activities to Achieve Results: 18 April 2019/40 credits
  • Supporting the Delivery of Customer Service Excellence: 23 May 2019/41 credits
  • Managing a Team to Achieve Results: 18 July 2019/53 credits 
  • Managing Individuals to be Effective in their Role: 20 June 2019/43 credits
  • Supporting Teams and individuals through Change: 26 September 2019/42 credits 

 

What Qualification will I gain?

CMI Level 3 Award in Principles of Management and Leadership
Learners must complete at least one unit to a minimum of 40 credits to achieve this qualification.

CMI Level 3 Certificate in Principles of Management and Leadership
Learners must complete any combination of units to a minimum of 121 credits to achieve this qualification.

CMI Level 3 Diploma in Principles of Management and Leadership
Learners must complete any combination to a minimum of 370 credits to achieve this qualification.

 

How is the course assessed?

To successfully complete the programme, delegates must complete both written and practical assignments, one of which is assessed by the Institute.

 

What does this course lead on to?

On completion of the qualification delegates can progress onto CMI Level 5 Qualifications in Management and Leadership.

 

How much will it cost?

Award Fee: £315 per module

Registered ISE (GST) exempt companies: £300 per module

Plus, CMI Membership fee: £87

Certificate Fee: £315 per module

Registered ISE (GST) exempt companies: £300 per module

Plus, CMI Membership fee: £123

Diploma Fee: £2,520 (8 units)

Registered ISE (GST) exempt companies: £2,400 per course

Plus, CMI Membership fee: £170

 

 

How can I find out more?

For further information please contact Highlands Professional on 608706 or email hp@highlands.ac.uk.

 

 

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