This course is aimed at practising or aspiring managers and leaders. The primary role of a practicing or aspiring manager and leader is to lead and manage individuals and teams to deliver aims and objectives in line with organisational strategy.
Ideally applicants will have some leadership experience and carry out a management and leadership role. Applicants who have been identified by their organisation as aspiring managers and leaders are also welcomed, but they must have the support of their organisation and opportunities to apply their learning.
The Emerging Leadership Programme is built around the CMI Level 5 RQF (level 8 SCQF) Certificate in Management and Leadership which will be awarded to participants upon successful completion of the course and the two assignments. The certificate comprises two units:
Total unit time: 78 hours Guided learning hours: 30
The aim of this unit is to develop managers’ understanding of ethical leadership and the impact of culture and values on leadership. Managers will examine leadership models and the concept of empowerment with consideration of techniques and methods for leading others.
Total unit time: 50 hours Guided learning hours 25
The aim of this unit is to equip managers with an in-depth understanding of the theoretical and practical approaches to leading and managing teams effectively. Managers will identify the techniques used to monitor and manage individual and team performance, assess current and future capabilities and adopt approaches to respond to these. On successful completion of this unit, managers will not only understand how to meet the challenge of leading individuals and teams, they will know how to support, motivate and inspire them to exceed expectations.
This is a blended learning programme. Participants will attend 11 x 2-hour on-line workshops interspersed with guided and self-directed learning. The workshops combine tutor input, practical activities, peer learning and reflective practice. Guided learning comes in the form of research on the participant’s organisation, reading and self-directed exploration on key topics.
The following workshops will take place virtually between 1100 and 1300:
|Wednesday 28 October 2020|
|Wednesday 18 November 2020|
|Wednesday 02 December 2020|
|Wednesday 16 December 2020|
|Wednesday 13 January 2021|
|Wednesday 03 February 2021|
|Wednesday 17 February 2021|
|Wednesday 10 March 2021|
|Wednesday 24 March 2021|
|Wednesday 21 April 2021|
|Wednesday 28 April 2021|
A written assessment must be completed for each unit. The graded system for CMI qualifications is ‘Pass/Refer’. If a candidate does not pass on their first attempt, they will be given developmental feedback and allowed a second and final submission.
Upon successful completion of this qualification, participants can progress to further learning within the suite of qualifications at this level or, where appropriate, to a higher-level qualification such as the Strategic Leadership programme offered by CDN.
Participants will be provided with free Affiliate membership of the CMI through until the completion of their studies, Member benefits can be found here.
Total cost of the programme for college staff is £490 (incl. VAT).
Total cost for the programme for external candidates is £580 (incl. VAT).
This includes CMI registration and assessment administration fees.
To apply and check your eligibility please complete our application form using the link below. Please note that you must have the support of your Line Manager or other authorised person in your college before applying for this course.
If you have any questions please contact Valerie Jackman, firstname.lastname@example.org