This great value course includes:
2 x ILM accredited units/topics of study - Worth £99.98
A series of videos and lessons for your selected units of study.
2 x E workbook for each unit, to work through in conjunction with the videos and lessons - Worth £60
ILM student registration and assessment - Worth £250
ILM Award qualification certificate - Worth £20
2 x Assignment guides and video tutorials - Worth £19.98
1 x Harvard Referencing guide and video tutorial - Worth £9.99
Please Note: You will be sent your e-workbooks once you have successfully registered and made payment for this course and your ILM registration will be triggered as soon as your payment has been cleared and accounted for.
The ILM Level 3 (A Level) in Leadership and Management is an accredited qualification (City and Guilds of London Institute) which is recognised and valued on a worldwide basis. This course is specifically aimed at middle managers who have people management responsibility or aspiring supervisors with little or no experience. The programme has been devised by a practising manager and leader to cover all the main people management issues that we face when we lead.
Getting the right mix of inspirational leadership and effective management skills and practices can have a significant impact on your own performance and your organisational performance.
It is for this reason that the programme has been designed to include units that will enhance your abilities as a Leader and Manager, and to give you the confidence to adopt new practices. The course is flexible and available to you to study wherever you like, at a time to suit you as long as you have internet connection! Your available topics/units are:
Understand Performance Management – you will gain an understanding of the value of assessing performance to meet organisational and individual needs, how to manage performance of individuals in the team and the value of feedback in the workplace
How to motivate to improve performance – you will gain an understanding of the factors that influence motivation levels in the workplace and how a theory of motivation can be used to improve performance levels