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Management Level 5
Management Level 5

Management Level 5

Who Should Attend

The Level 5 Award in Leadership 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. It is designed to help individuals have a better understanding of themselves as leaders, and develop skills to plan and lead complex team activities.

Key Topics

Through industry focus groups and a BIS sponsored graduate management programme the BPIF has developed a tailored programme that meets the needs of our industry and allows individuals to achieve a qualification equivalent to a foundation degree.

Delivered through a combination of workshops, assignments and work-based evidence, key topics will include:

  • Critical Thinking
  • Delegation
  • Negotiation & Persausion
  • Leading Innovation and Change 
  • Communication and Interpersonal Skills
  • Time Management
  • Financial Understanding 
  • Decision Making and Problem Solving

Duration: 24 to 36 months



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