ILM Diploma in Management (MQF Level 6)

Module 1

Developing the executive manager

To enable learners to appreciate the senior manager role and the influence of different theories and models on management practice.

Module 2

Optimising organisational capacity

To enable learners to recognise the range of resources used in organisations, measure their capacity and utilisation and make recommendations for changes in resource capacity.

Module 3

Understanding how management coaching and mentoring can benefit individuals and organisations

To enable learners to understand the role and contribution of coaching and mentoring to individuals and organisations and make a business case for using management coaching and mentoring in their organisation.

Module 4

Developing excellence in operations

To enable learners to assess how well the organisation is meeting customer requirements and make recommendations to improve performance.

Module 5

Managing operations research

To develop the ability to lead a successful project, and develop critical analysis and evaluation skills in terms of risk, outputs and finance.

Module 6

Building commitment to corporate vision and values

This unit is designed to develop learners’ ability to build commitment to corporate vision and values, and to social responsibility and sustainability policies.

Module 7

Team working in organisational partnerships

To enable learners to work effectively as part of a team and in partnership with other organisations.

Module 8

Leading change in organisations

To enable learners to select appropriate leadership styles and strategies to bring about effective change in their organisations.

ILM Diploma in Management (MQF Level 6)

€2,995
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About this course

The Level 6 ILM Diploma in Management is designed to help middle managers who are preparing for promotion and senior managers who are new in their roles to develop the technical knowledge, strategic insight and practical expertise needed to effectively carry out senior management responsibilities. The qualification is made up of a broad range of modules covering skills in a number of core areas – working with people, coaching & mentoring in the workplace, providing direction, facilitating innovation and change, achieving results, and using resources. Upon completion of this diploma:

Benefits for individuals:

  • Understand the role of a senior manager
  • Understand how management theories & models influence practice
  • Carry out relevant research to inform the way you work
  • Develop your ability to critically review ideas and practices
  • Take a critical and informed look at your own performance
  • Benchmark your managerial skills
Benefits for employers:

  • Develop the senior leadership talent pipeline, for effective succession planning and less reliance on external recruitment
  • Give prospective senior leaders the tools to understand and evaluate their own performance

  • ILM views leadership and management through the lens of it unique learning and development model – the ‘Knowing-Doing-Being’ framework. This means that this course does not just simply instruct you academically, but also provides you with alternate routes to learning so that you can develop your potential in a more practical and hands-on manner.

     

    We also understand the value of your time and are therefore aware of the need to support you. To this end, ILM has a number of support mechanisms in place such as individual tutorials, notes, handouts, assignments and online resources which you can freely make use of as a registered student of ILM. This course is comprised of 44 UK credits and can be achieved in 10 months. Lectures are held between 1700hrs – 2000hrs.

     

     

    Duration

    12 Months

    Start Date

    October 2020

    Delivery

    Blended

    Credits

    44 UK Credits

     

    Awarding Bodies

    This Diploma is awarded by the the City & Guilds of London Institute and the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) — the UK’s leading provider of leadership, coaching and management qualifications and training. The National Commission for Further and Higher Education (NCFHE) deems this Diploma to be at Level 6 in the Malta Qualifications Framework and the European Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.

    Entry Requirements

    Applicants require a Level 5 qualification in Management and several years of management experience.

     

    Assessment Mode

    To achieve the ILM Diploma in Management, candidates need to successfully complete all module assignments. This qualification is assessed via written assignments (1 assignment at the end of each module). There is no overall exam.

     

    Tutors

    Head of Business Relations, MaltaPost plc.

    Training and Development Manager, Hilton Malta

    Price: €2,995                                                            

    €2,097 will be refunded via the Get Qualified Scheme
    Pay only €898

    Price includes:

    • ILM Registration Fee
    • Certificate for each module
    • Overall qualification certificate

    • Networking coffee breaks
    • Course material tutorial support notes
    • Free ILM membership

     

    Syllabus

    Sharpen critical thinking skills, evaluate your performance, prepare for senior leadership.

    Module 1

    Developing the executive manager

    To enable learners to appreciate the senior manager role and the influence of different theories and models on management practice.

    Module 2

    Optimising organisational capacity

    To enable learners to recognise the range of resources used in organisations, measure their capacity and utilisation and make recommendations for changes in resource capacity.

    Module 3

    Understanding how management coaching and mentoring can benefit individuals and organisations

    To enable learners to understand the role and contribution of coaching and mentoring to individuals and organisations and make a business case for using management coaching and mentoring in their organisation.

    Module 4

    Developing excellence in operations

    To enable learners to assess how well the organisation is meeting customer requirements and make recommendations to improve performance.

    Module 5

    Managing operations research

    To develop the ability to lead a successful project, and develop critical analysis and evaluation skills in terms of risk, outputs and finance.

    Module 6

    Building commitment to corporate vision and values

    This unit is designed to develop learners’ ability to build commitment to corporate vision and values, and to social responsibility and sustainability policies.

    Module 7

    Team working in organisational partnerships

    To enable learners to work effectively as part of a team and in partnership with other organisations.

    Module 8

    Leading change in organisations

    To enable learners to select appropriate leadership styles and strategies to bring about effective change in their organisations.

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