Enrol your employees on the BPIF's Graduate Management Programme
According to Government figures, 43% of UK managers rate their own line manager as ineffective. It is therefore hardly surprising to learn that ineffective management is estimated to cost UK companies more than £19bn a year in lost working hours and is attributed to 56% of corporate failures.
Perhaps one of the contributory factors for these figures is that only 1 in 5 managers 'have received management training' and are qualified.
Don't want to become another statistic? The BPIF have you covered with our Management Training. With two different levels on offer, Level 3 and Level 5, delivered through a combination of workshops, assignments and work-based evidence, to help you further progress your career and your business.
Level 3 is suitable for individuals who are working in a first line management role. The focus is on improving knowledge, skills and behaviours. With modules in core management skills, team leadership, and change and innovation.
Level 5 is aimed at new and aspiring middle managers seeking to develop and consolidate their leadership knowledge, skills and behaviours to get better results from their teams. Key topics covered include critical thinking, decision making, problem solving and many more.
Both levels span over approximately two years. With workshops held at BPIF premises, where candidates have the chance to share knowledge and best practice, as well as networking opportunities. Plus all candidates will be fully supported by experienced and qualified BPIF tutors.
'Studying the ILM Level 5 through the BPIF was rewarding. The seminars, study days and fellow participants provided a vibrant learning community. An excellent course which was very well delivered'.
Marcel Van Den Boogaard, Sales Manager, KJB Ltd
The BPIF are hosting workshops across the UK so you can find out how BPIF Management Training could benefit you or your employees, just click on a link below to book a place for you or one of your team.
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