Fully Funded Management Excellence Programme

18th February 2015

Skills for Careers are delighted to announce that we have secured funding to fully fund the cost of our Management Excellence Programme starting on 5th March 2015, for 25 candidates.

The management excellence programme has been designed for those individuals who are either currently acting in a senior management post or are aspiring to do so, but have had little or no formal training, and is fully accredited by The Institute of Leadership and Management. The qualification is delivered through a series of 11 monthly evening workshops (6pm-9pm) held at our dedicated training centre in Dronfield, tutorial support is provided throughout the duration of the qualification and each unit is supported by open learning manuals that include activities, exercises and self assessment questions to help participants check their progress and knowledge& understanding. Topics covered during the Programme: Introduction to Leadership Organisational Leadership Leading & Developing Teams Motivating the Team Performance Management Financial & Commercial Understanding The Importance of Communication Managing your Time Effectively Solving Problems & Decision Making The cost of this qualification on a commercial basis is £2500 per head, the funding we have managed to secure will fully fund the cost of this programme for up to 2 members of staff per organisation. Places on the programme are limited to 25 and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. To reserve your place on the programme either call 0800 4332013 or email oliver@skillsforcareers.

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