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The course develops skills in strategic planning, strategic change and business process design alongside core leadership and management abilities. This qualification also forms part of the ILM Level 5 Management Apprenticeship.
Who this qualifications for?
The ILM Level 5 NVQ Diploma in Management and Leadership is aimed at middle managers with responsibility for substantial programmes and resources. It develops skills in strategic planning, strategic change and business process design alongside core leadership and management abilities such as inspiring colleagues and delivering results. This qualification forms part of the ILM Level 5 Management Apprenticeship.
About this qualification
Learners take four mandatory units in this qualification. Two build skills in strategy - strategic planning and strategic change - the third unit looks at developing and evaluating business processes. And the fourth unit develops further core skills in leadership and management. Learners can then work with their employer and training provider to find the best-fit from the other units offered in the qualification
What will learners be able to do?
The qualification allows the broadening of skills and particularly the knowledge and behaviours in a more flexible and practical way related to today’s leadership and management practices were varied and non-routine management tasks are required by middle managers with operational responsibility for substantial programmes and resources, a broad span of control, who pro-actively identify and implement change and quality improvement, negotiate budgets and contracts, lead high level meetings, manage people, performance, and information.
What are the potential benefits to my organisation?
Organisations will benefit from proactive middle managers comfortable with change. A broad selection of optional units to tailor the qualification to suit your organisations’ learning and development needs. The qualification will promote a culture of organisational learning and development.
Learners must achieve a minimum of 53 credits of which 22 credits will be from the mandatory units in Group 1. The remaining 31 credits must be achieved from units in optional Groups 2 and 3 (Group 2, a minimum of 23 credits; Group 3 a maximum of 8 credits). The qualification provides units at Levels 4, 5 and 7. However, a minimum of 30 credits must be achieved at Level 5 or above.
• Contribute to the Development of a Strategic Plan
• Design Business Processes
• Manage Strategic Change
• Provide Leadership and Management
• Establish Business Risk Management Processes
• Promote Equality of Opportunity, Diversity and Inclusion
• Develop and Manage Collaborative Relationships with Other Organisations
• Optimise the Use of Technology
• Manage Product and/or Service Development
• Manage Strategic Marketing Activities
• Develop and Maintain Professional Networks
• Develop and Implement an Operational Plan
• Encourage Learning and Development
• Discipline and Grievance Management
• Develop Working Relationships with Stakeholders
• Manage a Tendering Process
• Manage Physical Resources
• Manage the Impact of Work Activities on the Environment
• Prepare For and Support Quality Audits
• Conduct Quality Audits
• Manage a Budget
• Manage a Project
• Manage Business Risk
• Manage Knowledge in an Organisation
• Recruitment, Selection and Induction Practice
• Manage Redundancy and Redeployment
• Lead the Development of a Knowledge Management Strategy
• Lead the Development of a Quality Strategy
• Lead the Development of a Continuous Improvement Strategy
• Manage Health and Safety in Own Area of Responsibility
• Contribute to the Design and Development of an Information System
• Manage Information Systems
• Manage Events
• Manage Customer Service Operations
• Review the Quality of Customer Service
• Developing Sales Proposals
• Prioritising Information for Sales Planning
Candidates will need to gather evidence of their performance in order to be assessed against the competence based learning outcomes in the qualification. Therefore, it is realistic to expect that candidates will be either practising or aspiring middle managers.
Performance learning outcomes may be assessed using methods such as observation of real work activities, inspection of work products and witness accounts. Each unit will be assessed and judged to be competent or referred for additional work and/or evidence by your assessor. A number of units will also undergo a verification process. All units must be passed to gain the full diploma.
Progression normally depends on the job role of the candidate and his/her ability to obtain evidence at the relevant level.
Current fees can be obtained from the contact at "Further Information" tab below.
The cost per candidate varies according to the level and will include a registration pack, support and guidance, assessment and verification/certification.