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Level: 3

Location: Distance Learning

Years: 1

Weeks: 36

Hours: 2.00

Start: Roll On Roll Off - Contact Us

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Tuition (£): 1987.00*

Concessions: 993.00***

Interview: N

Course Summary

These ILM qualifications are ideal for individuals who have some management responsibilities - or are likely to be given them - but have no formal training and are serious about developing their abilities.
 
They particularly support practising team leaders seeking to move up to the next level of management as well as managers who need to lead people though organisational change, budget cuts or other pressures.
 
Benefits for individuals 
 
  • Gain a range of key management skills and put them into practice in your own role
  • Build your leadership capabilities – motivate and engage teams, while managing relationships confidently
  • Develop your leadership and management skills using your own knowledge, values and motivations
 
Benefits for organisations
 
  • Effective and confident first-line managers
  • Better relationships and communication in teams
  • Proven skills – to get these qualifications, managers will need to show that they can transfer their new skills to your organisation
  • Managers with the tools to develop their own skills and abilities

 

Entry requirements

You need a comprehensive understanding of English, ideally at Level 2, plus good IT skills. 

 

Course Content

The qualifications are made up of a wide range of units covering core management skills – such as understanding how to organise and delegate – plus skills in communication, team leadership, change, innovation and managing people and relationships. This flexibility in unit choice allows the qualifications to be tailored to meet the needs of the individual and employer.

How will I be assessed?

The course is designed to be delivered remotely or in the workplace. 

Are there any additional costs or specialist equipment required?

There is no additional cost.

What can I do after this course?

Further Study

Successful learners can progress to a range of qualifications including:
  • ILM Level 3 Certificate in Coaching and/or Mentoring
  • ILM Level 3 Certificate or Diploma in Facilities Management
  • ILM Level 3 Certificate in Enterprise and Entrepreneurship
  • ILM Level 4 Award, Certificate or Diploma in Leadership and Management
  • ILM Level 5 Apprenticeship Standard in Operations and Departmental Management 

 

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* Tuition - This figure is the fee to be paid if you are not entitled to any concessions.
*** Co-Tuition - This figure is the fee to be paid if you are entitled to any partial concessions.

Arvin Johal

Arvin Johal

DCG BTEC leaves Arvin well equipped for business management degree

Taking a BTEC level 3 National Extended Diploma in Business at Derby College Group has left entrepreneurial undergraduate Arvin Johal well equipped for his BA Hons degree in Business Management.  
 
Arvin, who is 20 and from Littleover, is now in his second year of the CMI-accredited degree at the University of Derby and plans to set up his own business after he graduates.  
 
He said “I’d chosen not to do A levels after school because I hate exams, so the assessments, appraisals and reports we did on the BTEC course suited my style of learning much better. We still had some exams during the two years but our lecturers made sure we were well prepared for them so it took the pressure off. Some of the content on my degree course we’d covered in my BTEC, so that’s been especially useful.”   Arvin liked all elements of his DCG business course, but particularly HR.  
 
He added: “I’m very people oriented – I like working with others  – so I found the subject of people in the workplace really interesting.”  
 
Inspired by his dad, who runs his own successful CCTV firm, Arvin has always been quick to spot a business opportunity. While still at college he started a local painting, decorating and gardening business after noticing that his older neighbours needed help with these household tasks.  
 
Arvin has been employed by the NHS since leaving school at the age of 16 as well as volunteer with MLSS, the Midland Langar Seva Society, Arvin is also heavily involved in student life. He’s the secretary of Derby University’s Punjabi Society, a student ambassador, a marketing representative, course representative and “unibuddy” to prospective undergraduates considering applying to his degree course.  
 
Keen to share his experiences, Arvin will be returning to the Roundhouse in the near future to talk to first and second year students on the level 3 BTEC business course.

I’d chosen not to do A levels after school because I hate exams, so the assessments, appraisals and reports we did on the BTEC course suited my style of learning much better. We still had some exams during the two years but our lecturers made sure we were well prepared for them so it took the pressure off. Some of the content on my degree course we’d covered in my BTEC, so that’s been especially useful.

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