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ILM Level 4 Certificate in Leadership & Management
Qualification:
Level 4 Cert in Principles of Leadership 
Starts:
06/09/2016 
Ends:
28/07/2017 
Weeks:
12 
Days:
TBA 
Study Mode
Part-Time 
Assessment:
Coursework 
Level:
Area:
Business Services & Enterprise 
Course Code:
CORLM1B 
 
Entry Requirements
If you are in work, you should be a practising or aspiring manager within your current job for this qualification.
Ideally you should have level 3 (A level or equivalent) qualifications or have studied management-related subjects previously. To study online, you will need access to the internet and an email account.
 
 

Leadership & Management ILM Certificate Level 4

The Institute of Leadership and Management offers a wide range of qualifications covering all aspects of leadership and management. Over 90,000 people a year register for an ILM qualification, gaining the crucial skills and knowledge to improve their performance at work. The Level 4 qualifications in Leadership and Management are designed for new and aspiring middle managers. The qualifications help learners to really get to grips with their role, gain comprehensive business knowledge, and develop the technical skills they need to lead effectively at this level.


About the Course

You are able to start the online course leading to the ILM Level 4 Certificate in Leadership and Management at almost any time of the academic year. The course takes approximately twelve months to complete; this can be longer or shorter depending on your available study time. You are expected to study for at least three hours a week. You may prefer to enrol for the Award which takes approximately six months to complete.

Success in gaining ILM qualifications at the Sheffield College has been outstanding - we are able to offer selected level ILM units online as shown below. Additional units are currently being developed; contact us for further information. Flexibility in unit choice allows the qualification to be tailored to meet the needs of the individual and employer.


Key Units

We currently offer the following units online:

Group1

  • Understanding the Management Role to Improve Management Performance (4 credits)
  • Managing Risk in the Workplace (3 credits)
  • Developing Your Leadership Style (4 credits)
  • Motivating People in the Workplace (2 credits)

Group2

  • Solving Problems and Making Decisions (2 credits)
  • Understanding Innovation and Change in an Organisation (2 credits)
  • Planning Change in the Workplace (2 credits)
  • Planning and Allocating Work (2 credits)
  • Writing for Business (1 credit)
  • Understanding Customer Service Standards and Requirements (2 credits)
  • Giving Briefings and Presentations (1 credit)
  • Understanding Leadership (2 credits)
  • Understand How to Establish an Effective Team (1 credit)
  • Understanding Conflict Management in the Workplace (1 credit)
  • Understanding Recruitment and Selection of New Staff in the Workplace (2 credits)
  • Understanding Organising and Delegating in the Workplace (1 credit)
  • Understanding Performance Management (2 credits)
  • Understanding Costs and Budgets in an Organisation (1 credit)
  • Understanding the Communication Process in the Workplace (2 credits)

To achieve the Certificate you must study a minimum of 13 credits with a maximum of six credits being taken from Group 2. A full list of units can be found on the ILM website.

You will be given access to high quality online course materials written by a specialist teacher. You are expected to work through the materials completing formative tasks. At the end of each unit, you will be expected to complete an assignment. Subject to demand, we can arrange for individual face-to-face tutorials and/or group workshops.

You will receive six months’ trial membership of the ILM, giving access to a range of resources and services including a specialist online portal which can be used to enhance and supplement your continuing professional development (CPD) requirements. Another benefit to studying members is ILM’s management magazine, “Edge” which can be accessed online or in hard copy format. There is also the opportunity to attend evening events with input from a guest speaker and network with other members.

This is a full cost course. No funding available.



Entry Requirements

If you are in work, you should be a practising or aspiring manager within your current job for this qualification.

Ideally you should have level 3 (A level or equivalent) qualifications or have studied management-related subjects previously. To study online, you will need access to the internet and an email account.


Assessment

Coursework


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