The Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) is Europe’s leading management organisation. ILM partners with more than 80,000 individuals and organisations each year to help them fulfil their potential and achieve success through its wide range of flexible leadership and management development solutions.
Delegates who complete this training will gain a nationally recognised qualification that can form part of a progression of ILM Management qualifications.
Benefits of ILM Membership
Delegates will automatically gain studying membership of ILM for a year. Membership is designed to help candidates get the most from their course and advance their management career. Studying membership gives access to a wide range of specialist support and development materials and services including:
- ILM Leadership & Management magazine
- Monthly e-bulletins
- Access to a wide range of study support materials
- Online materials from Harvard Business Publishing
- Harvard’s Stepping up to Management Skills files
- Resource guides with suggestions for useful books, articles and websites
ILM Training Courses
As an ILM Approved centre we offer the following qualifications:
The ILM Level 3 qualifications in Leadership & Management have been specially designed to give practising or aspiring first line managers a solid foundation in their formal development as a manager.
The Award in Leadership & Management is a concise qualification which gives an introduction to the basic skills, knowledge, and understanding required by today’s first line manager. The mandatory unit in ‘Solving Problems and Making Decisions’ is designed to develop practical techniques for tackling managerial problems and decisions from gathering and interpreting information through to the effective communication of outcomes.
The ILM Level 5 qualifications in management have been specially designed to give practising or aspiring middle managers a solid foundation in their formal development in this role.
The Award in Leadership & Management is a concise qualification aimed at developing basic middle management skills and knowledge. The mandatory unit, ‘Understanding the management role’, examines organisational structure and function, the roles and responsibilities of managers and the effect of communication and interpersonal skills on managerial performance.