What we do
We help businesses and individuals close the gap between their performance & potential through a wide range of funded leadership & management development.
NVQ Certificates in Management are management qualifications that prove your capability to carry out your job. The training is predominantly at your place of employment and the training and assessment is carried out in relation to your abilities on the job.
The OCR Level 3 Certificate in Management is recognised throughout the UK and is designed by employers to meet the needs of the modern business. You customise your own management training scheme, enabling you to zero in and cultivate the management skills that you use most.
The outline of the management training course will help you choose what to learn, depending on the management skills you need to do your job more competently. You can cover everything from managing conflict in your team, managing performance, leading meetings and making effective decisions to work planning, setting targets and monitoring results.
An NVQ Certificate in Management enables you to demonstrate to your current employer and/or future employer that you have attained a nationally recognised benchmark in management.
The management training scheme enables you to rapidly and easily fill any skills gaps you have while you are working in your place of employment.
To achieve a Level 3 NVQ Certificate in Management, you will complete a minimum of 6 units comprising of three mandatory and a minimum of three optional units:
Group One - Mandatory Units
- A2 Manage own professional development within an organisation
- B5 Set objectives and provide support for team members
- D5 Plan, allocate and monitor work of a team
Group Two - Optional Units
- A3 Develop, maintain and review personal networks
- B6 Provide leadership and direction for own area of responsibility
- B8b Ensure compliance with legal, regulatory, ethical and social requirements
- B10b Manage risk in own area of responsibility
- B10c Review risk management processes in own area of responsibility
- A1 Manage personal development
- B11 Manage or support the equality of opportunity, diversity and inclusion in own area of responsibility
- C1 Support team members to identify, develop and implement new ideas
- C6 Implement change in own area of responsibility
- D2a Develop working relationships with colleagues and stakeholders
- D3a Recruit staff in own area of responsibility
- D1 Develop working relationships with colleagues
- D6 Plan, allocate and monitor work in own area of responsibility
- D7 Support learning and development within own area of responsibility
- D8 Address performance problems affecting team members
- D9 Build, support and manage a team
- D10 Manage conflict in a team
- D11 Lead and manage meetings
- D12 Participate in meetings
- D13 Support individuals to develop and take responsibility for their performance
- D14 Know how to follow disciplinary procedures
- D15 Managing grievance procedures
- E6a Implement, monitor and review health and safety policy in own area of responsibility
- E8 Manage physical resources
- E9 Manage the environmental impact of work activities
One of our Personal Development Managers will visit the candidate at their workplace, at least once a month for a minimum of one hour. Targets will be agreed for you to complete work between each training and assessment visit.
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