The CMI Level 5 Certificate in Management is designed for existing middle & senior managers.
To gain a certificate, 3 units would need to be completed from the selection below.
5 GCSE’s (or significant management experience)
Level 2 (or GCSE) in English and Maths is desirable. Managers without level 2 English and Maths will need to achieve this level prior to taking the end-point assessment.
The CMI Level 5 Certificate in Management is designed for existing middle and senior managers. This course is aimed at developing management skills and knowledge to operate at this level. This level of programme builds upon the past operational knowledge and experience of managers focusing on the operational issues of management within an organisation. It concentrates on the practical application of management theory and principles at the senior operational level, providing momentum for continuing professional and personal development. This qualification is relevant to people who, for example, have operational responsibility for substantial programmes and resources, have a broad span of control, are responsible for identifying and implementing change and quality improvements, negotiate budgets and contracts and lead high level meetings.
- Assessing your own leadership capability and performance
- Managing for efficiency and effectiveness
- Understanding the organisational environment
Assessed by two work-based assignments.
Certificate = 3 units ( Any unit can be chosen from the list, see below)
Programme dates: 2019 – 2020
501 – Principles of Operational Leadership & Management
- Monday 10th, Tuesday 11th & Wednesday 12th June 2019
502 – Principles of Developing, Managing & Leading Individuals & Teams to Achieve Success
- Monday 16th, Tuesday 17th, & Wednesday 18th September 2019
515 – Creating & Delivering Operational Plans
- Monday 2nd , Tuesday 3rd & Wednesday 4th December 2019
514 – Managing change
- Monday 2nd, Tuesday 3rd & Wednesday 4th March 2020
513 – Managing Project to Achieve Results
520 – Managing Finance
509 – Meeting Stakeholder Relationships
525 – Using Reflective Practice to Inform Personal & Professional Development
Please Note – Prior to attending the course, all delegates will need to attend an induction day as this will allow delegates to be enrolled onto the college and CMI systems and will then be able to access all the relevant information.
Please contact the Workforce Development Team on 01724 294040 or email email@example.com for further information.