31 July 2018
Develop the future leaders of your business with the ILM Level 3 Diploma for Managers
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.
BPIF Training's ILM Level 3 Diploma for Managers is ideal for aspiring professionals taking their first step into line management, or those with some experience of managing a team or project to deliver clearly defined outcomes. Upon successful completion, the learner will achieve an ILM Level 3 Diploma for Managers (equivalent to a Foundation Degree).
- Core management skills e.g. understanding how to organise and delegate
- Ability to perform management tasks e.g. manage projects and lead meetings
- Team leadership e.g. how to motivate people to improve performance
- Communication skills
- Managing people and relationships e.g. negotiation, networking and building relationships
The Level 3 Programme takes about 18-24 months to complete, with workshops held at BPIF premises, where candidates have the chance to share knowledge and best practice, as well as the opportunity to network with course mates. The programme includes expert speakers in areas such as HR, Legal, Finance & Lean Manufacturing and all candidates are fully supported by experienced and qualified BPIF tutors.
The next Level 3 Programme will begin in October 2018.
The next registration day takes place:
St Bride Foundation, London | 18 September 2018
There are also limited places available for cohorts starting in Poole (Dorset), Littlehampton (West Sussex) and Dagenham (East London). These will be held on employer premises.
To register for the ILM Level 3 Dipolma for Managers please click here.
For more information on BPIF Training please click here.
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