CMI Level 5 Qualifications in Management and Leadership Part-time Courses at the University of Chichester From January 2012 the Universityâ€™s School of Enterprise & Management (SEMAL) will be offering a range of part-time courses accredited by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) leading to Level 5 professional qualifications.
CMI Level 5 Qualifications in Management and Leadership What are the benefits of a professional qualification with CMI? Investing in your future with professional qualifications takes time and dedication but the results are worth the effort. You’ll perform better You and your company will benefit from your improved capability and performance. A professional qualification will not only develop your current skills and practices, but equip you with a range of new ones, giving you the professional tools to be the best you can within your chosen field. You’ll be better placed to progress your career A professional qualification speaks volumes to current and prospective employers, giving you the advantage when looking for your next career move. It’s recognition of your skills, ambition and commitment that could make all the difference. You’ll earn more money Research has shown that on gaining a professional qualification you can expect to earn up to £81,000 more during your career compared to an individual with no professional qualifications.
What are the benefits to my Company? As well as the performance impact associated with your improved capability there are wider benefits to giving staff the opportunity to learn and develop through a route that leads to a professional qualification. It’s proven to have a positive effect on retention and recruitment, enabling the company to attract and keep the high calibre people needed to drive the business forward. Why study at the School of Enterprise and Management? • All our lecturers have business backgrounds and so are able to combine real-life experience with their academic expertise to create a learning experience that focuses on the practical application of theory in the workplace. • We have a history of working with the business community providing consultancy, research, student placements and training and so are well aware of the current challenges and practicalities of running a business. • Our academics work with the latest research to provide high quality programmes that deliver real performance improvements. • The Dome Enterprise Centre, the home of SEMAL, provides a first class learning environment and leading edge teaching technology making it comparable with the best business schools in the country.
CMI Level 5 qualifications are designed for middle managers and those aspiring to senior management who want to develop key skills such as managing resources, recruitment and information management.
Unit 5020 Introduction to management and leadership By the end of this course learners will be able to demonstrate an understanding of: • The purpose and construction of a personal development plan • Data and information and their use in meeting stakeholder needs • Selection processes, performance development and team welfare
Award The Level 5 Award in Management and Leadership lets you strengthen and develop your knowledge of middle management by focusing on specific management areas that are applicable to your job.
Wednesdays, 25th January – 22nd February 2012, 4pm-7pm
The Award requires one unit to be successfully completed. Certificate A more extensive qualification, the Level 5 Certificate in Management and Leadership gives you a broader knowledge of middle management skills while focusing on the specific leadership areas appropriate to you and your workplace. The Certificate requires two units to be successfully completed. On enrolment of a unit you will become a studying member of CMI and gain access to a wide range of information and services that will help you with your studies.
Unit 5006 Conducting a management project By the end of this course learners will be able to: • Identify and justify a management project • Conduct research using sources and analyse data and options • Make conclusions and recommendations that achieve the project aim • Show and review the results of the project Wednesdays, 29th February – 28th March 2012, 4pm-7pm Unit 5021 Operational risk management By the end of this course learners will be able to demonstrate an understanding of: • The concept of risk management • Identification of risk and risk probability • Management of risk response approaches Tuesdays, 28th February – 27th March 2012, 4pm-7pm
Programme Each unit will be delivered through five three-hour workshops at The Dome Enterprise Centre, on our Bognor Regis Campus. Assessment will take place through practical work-based projects and assignments to ensure you spend as little time as possible away from work and carry out study that’s relevant to your organisation.
Unit 5002 Information based decision making By the end of this course learners will be able to: • Identify and select sources of data and information • Analyse and present information to support decision making • Communicate the results of information analysis and decisions Wednesdays, 18th April – 16th May 2012, 4pm-7pm
Price per unit including CMI Registration: £350 + VAT For more information or to register please email CMI@chi.ac.uk or telephone Sandra Coley on 01243 812133
Part-time Courses at the University of Chichester From January 2012 the University’s School of Enterprise & Management (SEMAL) will be offer...