This qualification aims aim to:
- Provide learners with the knowledge and skills they need to operate as a successful manager
- Confirm competence of those already fulfilling a managerial role
- Allow learners to develop skills in a range of areas relevant to managerial roles, such as communication, presentation skills and project management.
The objectives of this qualification are to help learners to:
- Develop the skills and qualities valued in employees by employers
- Understand and work on their strengths and weaknesses as a manager.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
This qualification requires you to demonstrate the skills and knowledge required to work in a Management role. You will need to be able to manage team performance and personal professional development.
WHAT WILL I STUDY?
The Management Diploma is made up of mandatory and optional units and your Assessor will help you chose the correct number of optional units to achieve the qualification.
- MANAGE TEAM PERFORMANCE
- PRINCIPLES OF PEOPLE MANAGEMENT
- PRINCIPLES OF BUSINESS
- PRINCIPLES OF LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT
- MANAGE PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
OPTIONAL UNITS INCLUDE:
- IMPLEMENT CHANGE
- RESOLVE CUSTOMERS’ PROBLEMS
- MANAGE INDIVIDUALS’ PERFORMANCE
- MANAGE A PROJECT
Additional units relevent to job role
WHERE DO I STUDY?
You will work towards the qualification in the workplace.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE?
WHAT DOES THE COURSE LEAD TO?
Advanced apprentices, with support and opportunities in the workplace, can progress onto:
- Level 4 Higher Apprenticeship in Management
- Further or higher education to undertake management, business or other qualifications, including Foundation Degrees in Management & Leadership
- A range of management, business and other undergraduate programmes
With additional training, advanced apprentices may be able to progress in their careers to roles including middle and senior manager, department manager, head of department, or a wide range of managerial roles within business.
HOW WILL I BE ASSESSED?
Suitable evidence can be observations completed by your assessor, testimony provided by your line manager or discussions with your Assessor supported by evidence such as documents, reports, letters and emails.