CMI - Leadership and Management Level 4 Diploma
The Level 4 qualifications in Management and Leadership, designed for junior managers, are designed to develop personal management capabilities, and grow professional management skills including decision-making, managing team dynamics and delegation capability
These qualifications are for the development of the role and skill of managers and aim to develop personal management capabilities, make effective use of information in decision-making, operations and the development of the skills in managing people.
Learners who successfully complete this diploma will have the opportunity to progress onto the CMI Level 5 Diplomas in Management and Leadership
What does the course set out to achieve?
This course is designed to provide both practical experience at a supervisory and an introduction to management through both practical experience and intellectual development. This programme is design for learners who aspire to managerial positions and see the CMI Diploma either as a complement to their degree or as a stand-alone qualification.
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Leadership and Management Diploma by the Chartered Institute of Management
Outcome / Qualification etc.
Level 4 Leadership and Management Diploma by the Chartered Institute of Management
Training Course Content
Total Qualification Time (TQT) is defined as the number of notional hours which represents an
estimate of the total amount of time that could reasonably be expected to be required, in order for a learner to
achieve and demonstrate the achievement of the level of attainment necessary for the award of a qualification.
Total Qualification Time is comprised of the following two elements –
a) the number of hours which an awarding organisation has assigned to a qualification for
b) an estimate of the number of hours a learner will reasonably be likely to spend in preparation,
study or any other form of participation in education or training, including assessment, which takes place as
directed by – but not under the immediate supervision of – a lecturer, supervisor, tutor or other appropriate
provider of education or training.
Total Unit Time (TUT) is defined as the number of notional hours which represents an estimate of the
total amount of time that could reasonably be expected to be required, in order for a learner to achieve and
demonstrate the achievement of the level of attainment necessary for the award of a unit.
Guided Learning Hours is defined as the activity if a learner in being taught or instructed by – or
otherwise participating in education or training under the Immediate Guidance or Supervision of – a lecturer,
supervisor, tutor or other appropriate provider of education or training.
Immediate Guidance or Supervision is defined as the guidance or supervision provided to a learner by a
lecturer, supervisor, tutor or other appropriate provider of education or training –
a) with the simultaneous physical present of the learner and that person, or
b) remotely by means of simultaneous electronic communication
Credit value is defined as being the number of credits that may be awarded to a learner for the successful
achievement of the learning outcomes of a unit. One credit is equal to 10 hours of TQT.
Course UnitsManagerial styles and behaviours - This unit is about the skills of effective and efficient managerial style and behaviour. It will assess how managerial styles and behaviour may be adapted in line with organisational expectations.
- Understand assumptions about human nature and managerial behaviour
- Understand how management style can influence managerial behaviour
- Understand the need to apply a range of management styles
Managing stakeholders’ expectations - This unit is about the identification of organisational stakeholders, determining and monitoring their expectations and identifying opportunities to enhance stakeholder provision.
- Understand and know organisational stakeholders
- Understand primary and secondary stakeholder expectations
- Be able to develop provisions offered to primary and secondary organisational stakeholders
Understanding organisational culture, values and behaviour - This unit is about understanding organisational culture, organisational and individual values, and their impact on behaviour.
- Understand the concept of culture to an organisation
- Understand the impact of values that underpin individual and organisational performance
- Understand the relationship between values and behaviour
Personal development as a manager and leader - This unit is about assessing and improving individual management and leadership skills and competencies against objectives.
- Be able to assess and plan for personal professional development
- Be able to plan the resources required for personal professional development
- Be able to implement and evaluate the personal development plan
- Be able to support and promote staff welfare
Management report writing - This unit is about the skills of writing a management report, developing report objectives, gathering and analysing data and information, and drawing conclusions and making recommendations to meet objectives.
- Understand the purpose of management reporting
- Be able to construct a written management report
- Understand the collection and analysis of data and information required for a written management report
Being a Leader - This unit is about the skills and knowledge required in the field of staff inspection review.
- Understand an organisation’s ethical and value-based approach to leadership
- Understand leadership styles
- Understand the leadership skills required to ensure team involvement and achievement of objectives
Students can opt for our Leadership and Management Level 5 Diploma as they complete the Level 4 Diploma.
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