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Management Level 3
Management Level 3

"The course has given me confidence to interact with management in my organisation"

Sophie Bowyer, Level 4/5 Leadership and Management

Management Level 3

Who Should Attend

This qualification is ideal for the candidate with management responsibilities but no formal training. It is broadly aimed at those who are responsible for the control of activities and work output of a team, and candidates should have the ability and the opportunity to demonstrate recognisable management and leadership skills.

Key Topics

The units in this qualification focus on the essential skills that learners have most likely already acquired but never verified. The qualifications are made up of a wide range of units covering core management skills - such as understanding how to organise and delegate - plus skills in communication, team leadership, change, innovation and managing people and relationships. 

  • core management skills - such as understanding how to organise and delegate
  • ability to perform management tasks - manage projects, lead meetings
  • team leadership - for example, how to motivate people to improve performance
  • change and innovation - plan and manage change, create a culture of innovation
  • a full range of communications skills
  • managing people and relationships - negotiation, networking, building relationships
  • leadership - understand leadership, use action learning to develop your leadership capabilities.

Duration: 18 to 30 months

The next Level 3 Programme will begin in January 2019. 

There are limited places available for our Level 3 Midlands and Northern cohorts,  with places being offered on a first come first served basis.

Please click here to register your interest. 

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For more information please contact:
Ceri Priddle
Ceri Priddle
Senior Training Administrator
01676 526039
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