Leadership and Management
CMI Level 5 Diploma
This course has been developed in response to emerging industry trends and the skills and knowledge requirements of employers. By achieving this nationally recognised qualification you will gain a valuable understanding of:
- Developing teams and individuals
- Creating operational plans
- Planning and managing projects
- Managing change
- Managing finance and resources
- Identifying new approaches to business activities
- Managing quality and continuous improvement
- The human resources function
- Type of study
- Higher Education, Part-Time
- Examination board
Availability & Details
Experience of working in a management/supervisory role is essential.There are no formal entry requirements for this qualification however a L3 management qualification is desirable. Math and English GCSE at grade C or above or Functional skills are advisable.
The course is classroom based with a series of assignments which will be set over the duration of the course. Learners will have access to digital learning technology to support their classroom studies, and the qualification consists of eight units covering the following themes:
•Foundations for excellence – Principles of Management and Leadership
•Interpersonal Excellence – Managing People and Developing Relationship
•Organisational Performance – Delivering Results (Day to Day Activities)
•Personal Effectiveness – Managing Self
Lessons are part time, 3 hours, and will combine tutorials, theoretical delivery and assignment workshops to support learners to develop their academic and vocational skills in this subject.
The course is staffed by industry specialists with backgrounds in Business, Management and Leadership.
This course is assignment based and will be assessed through assignments set over the duration of the course.
Future Career Opportunities
Learners can progress onto a Level 6 qualification in Management and Leadership.
Membership of the Chartered Management Institute
The tutors were really supportive and it was all thanks to them that I have achieved what I have. I’ve also made loads of great friends and really enjoyed my time at the college.Lizaveta Sinkerich, 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
I would say it’s a college that really balances academia with fun, there is lots of extra-curricular stuff that you can get involved in. It has a really good work/life balance.Laura Hagedorn, A Level student