This course provides you with the knowledge to gain a solid grounding in what it takes to organise, manage and motivate work teams. It will allow you to become confident in your ability to perform in your role, as you learn the tools and techniques necessary for developing yourself as a leader. Organisation and work delegation processes will be explored, alongside the most effective techniques for managing conflict.
Inductions, stress management and discipline within the workplace will also be covered, providing you with a fully rounded understanding of leadership and management, and allowing you to become an effective manager.
This qualification is designed for new and aspiring junior managers. Learners will pick up the core skills and understanding needed to deal with management responsibilities and develop as leaders, helping to start their career with confidence.
Studying via distance learning means you can choose when and where you study. The online course is available on The Skills Network’s online learning platform, EQUAL. This platform features:
• Exciting and engaging content
• Interactivity – featuring videos and games to enhance learning
• Virtual tutors who offer hints, tips and guidance throughout the course
Ideally you would have achieved a Level 2 in Leadership and Management or a similar course at the same level.
This course is split into 10 manageable units:
Upon completion of this course you will be workplace ready, or be able to progress to another Adult Learning course or be able to progress to other Level 3 courses.
My experience at the college was enjoyable and productive, with thoroughly helpful people surrounding you, an excellent experience. I wasn’t expecting it to be as good as it was, with the work shop time and experience I had, it was a great two years preparing me for the next stage.Edward Smith, BTEC student
College is definitely worth all the effort you put in, you get to meet lots of different people and it’s amazing.Ebony Puttock, A Level student
There are lots of people at the college, each studying a diverse range of courses, people from all different areas come to study here, it creates a sense of community, there is a huge social aspect to college life across all courses.Lee Backhouse, BTEC student