ILM Level 3 Diploma in Management
25 Aug 19
The new Level 3 Diploma in Management will allow practising or potential first line managers to develop their management skills, gaining the knowledge, skills and understanding required to demonstrate their occupational competence against the related areas of the 2012 CFA National Occupational Standards (NOS) for Leadership and management. The new Diploma also contains elements of knowledge to enable learners to gain the underpinning knowledge to succeed in their management role. Broadening the skills, knowledge and behaviours in a more flexible and practical way related to today’s leadership and management practices were varied and non-routine management tasks are required by first line managers within a defined area of responsibility, some limited opportunity for taking decisions, managing budgets and responsibility for achieving specific results by using resources effectively through allocating work to team members, colleagues or contractors.
An Apprentice needs to be employed or be about to take up paid employment as an apprentice with a Northern Ireland company and be working a minimum of 21 hours per week (which includes off-the-job-training). Also as an apprentice, you must be the minimum school leaving age in Northern Ireland. Furthermore, please refer to the College’s admissions criteria, which are outlined at the beginning of this document.
All fees are set in accordance with DfE regulations.
Opportunities and Progression
Successful candidates may expect to benefit from enhanced career prospects within management and leadership. Also on successful completion of this Level 3 Apprenticeship you can in your current employed position progress to a Higher Level Apprenticeship with your employer’s support.
Centre for Skills & Apprenticeships, tel: 028 9026 5219 or email: [email protected]