Online ILM L5 Certificate in Leadership & Management

The Level 5 Certificate in Leadership and Management is designed for practising middle managers, helping them to develop their skills and experience, improve performance and prepare for senior management and strategic responsibilities. Managers will develop their ability to effectively manage staff who work remotely from their organisation’s usual place of business, particularly relevant to the current circumstances of COVID-19, develop knowledge and understanding of making professional presentations and to be able to manage and implement change in the workplace.

Completion of this course requires delegates submitting 3 assignments as well as making a professional presentation within the deadlines communicated at the start of each module.

Upcoming webinar course dates:

  • 23rd February, 9th & 23rd March and 6th April 2021

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Day 1

Managing Remote Workers

One of the most challenging situations that managers have faced during the pandemic is adapting to communicating effectively and working efficiently as a team whilst working from separate locations. In this module we look at the difficulties this presents and the legislation that needs to be adhered to, along with the best ways and methods to overcome any barriers faced.

The learner will:

  • Understand the different forms of remote working that can best apply for own organisations requirements, including flexible working and flexi-time
  • Be able to apply the legislative and regulatory requirements for remote working, including Health & Safety at Work Act 1974
  • Understand the benefits and disadvantages from managing remote workers, including implementing improvements to organisational policies and procedures to help with planning, organisation, motivation and control of remote workers and remote working practices

Day 2 & 3

Making Professional Presentations – Theory and Practical

As you develop into more senior roles, the importance of being able to make confident, relevant and engaging presentations, both internally and externally, becomes crucial. In this module we will look at the value of the preparation, practice and delivery of your presentation with the objective of building your confidence to take back to the workplace.

The learner will:

  • Be able to plan a professional presentation, including understanding the level of knowledge and expectations of the audience and research and evaluation of information
  • Be able to deliver a professional presentation, including presentation techniques
  • Be able to evaluate own ability to make professional presentations, including evaluation techniques and performance improvement

Day 4

Managing and Implementing Change

“In life change is inevitable. In business change is vital” Warren G Bennis
In this module you will begin to look at change from a strategic point of view, with an understanding of how some critical business decisions are made and the importance of engaging employees in the implementation process.

The learner will:

  • Understand the reasons for change in an organisation, including changes in leadership, technology, business strategy, need to become more efficient
  • Be able to manage and implement change in the workplace, including methods of assessing risks, planning change and importance of involving people to facilitate effective change