The ILM Level 4 NVQ Diploma in Management is ideal for managers moving into a middle management position, who still retain responsibility for operational processes but are more removed from day to day line management duties. The qualification develops the knowledge and skills required to take on higher level responsibilities such as planning and implementing change.
The course will enable you to:
The Level 4 Diploma in Management is suitable for those:
The qualification has four mandatory units providing 17 credits towards the required 53.
A wide range of optional units are available to enable the qualification to be tailored to suite the needs of the individual.
The first unit looks at personal and professional development, helping the learner to identify their development needs and plan how to fulfil them.
The second unit delves into the theory of leadership and also provides practical application of how to inspire and engage individuals. In the third unit learners develop and implement an operation plan.
The final mandatory unit helps the learner to develop their working relationships with key stakeholders.
You will be assessed via a variety of methods including work products, personal reports, professional discussion, questions and answers.
There are no additional costs as ILM membership is included within the course fees.
This qualification will provide progression opportunities to other qualifications such as:
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Curtis, who is 18 and from Heanor, is currently studying Level 1 Business but plans to take more qualifications in English and Maths so he can achieve his ambition of working for the ambulance service. Inspired by his dad, who was in St John Ambulance, Curtis has recently been on an induction with the first aid charity.
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As a student ambassador Curtis also helps at college open events, welcoming people to the Roundhouse and showing them where they need to go.
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I’ve made lots of friends since coming to the Roundhouse and I’d say that one of the things I like best about Derby College is meeting new people and getting to know them.
The lecturers are great too. They’re there to help if you need it but they let you get on with it and work out things for yourself.