The qualification structure has been designed to support Learners to select combinations of units to address own development needs and interests. The units developed for each theme will also enable organisations to tailor the CMI Certificate/Diploma to address specific organisational development needs.
- Unit 501: Principlesof Management and Leadership in an Organisational Context
- Unit 502:Developing, Managing and Leading Individuals and Teams to Achieve Success
- Unit 509: Managing Stakeholder Relationships
- Unit 513: Managing Projects to Achieve Results
- Unit 514: Managing Change
- Unit 515: Creating and Delivering Operational Plans
- Unit 520: Managing Finance
- Unit 525: Using Reflective Practice to Inform Personal and Professional Development
The CMI Level 5 Diploma in Management and Leadership professional qualification can be delivered in your organisation by the Marshall Centre either with face-to-face workshops or as remote virtual sessions. Both delivery methods include learning materials, engaging videos, pathway workbooks and access to Management Direct. Management Direct is a complete online library of comprehensive and up-to-date material that addresses current management practice, supports studying and those looking to develop their skills.
It is delivered virtually at present, you’ll attend 8 days training around 6-8 weeks apart. There are written assignment to complete for each module, which will be assessed against learning outcomes. The qualification will take approx. 12-18 months to complete.
- Learners must complete any combination of units to a minimum of 370 TUT hours, 37 credits to achieve this qualification
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- Learners completing the Level 5 Diploma will have access to Management Direct and will become an Associate CMI Member for the duration of their qualification
Who is it for?
These qualifications are aimed at practising or aspiring managers and leaders who are typically accountable to a senior manager or business owner. The primary role of a practising or aspiring manager and leader is to lead and manage individuals and teams to deliver aims and objectives in line with organisational strategy. The qualifications have been designed for practising or aspiring managers in roles such as Regional Manager, Departmental Manager, Divisional Manager, Operations Manager and Specialist Manager.