Is this course right for me?

The Level 3 Certificate in Leadership and Management is ideal for individuals who have management responsibilities but no formal training, and are serious about developing their abilities.

It particularly supports practising team leaders seeking to move up to the next level of management, and managers who need to lead people though organisational change, budget cuts or other pressures.

You can choose to study at either our Bangor or Rhos-on-sea campus, or at the Management Centre in Bangor University, Abergele, Llangefni and Community Locations.

Benefits for you of undertaking this course are:

  • Gain a range of key management skills
  • Put new skills into practice in your own role
  • Build your leadership capabilities
  • Motivate and engage teams, manage relationships confidently

Develop your leadership skills using your own knowledge, values and motivations.

  • A recognised industry qualification for team leaders and aspiring managers.

Benefits for your employer of undertaking this course are:

  • Effective and confident managers
  • Better relationships and communication in teams

Measurable results: workplace-based assessment ensures new skills are effectively transferred to your business.

Course fees under the SEE Project are:

  • Small/Micro business - £166.50
  • Medium - £222.00
  • Large - £277.50

Course dates:

Abergele

Start dateTimeDaysHoursWeeksCostCode
17 Jan 201909:00Thursday7.012£555BEO158296A
This course requires an interview before enrolment. Call us for further information.

Rhos-on-Sea

Start dateTimeDaysHoursWeeksCostCode
10 Jan 201917:30Thursday4.018£555BEO158296
This course requires an interview before enrolment. Call us for further information.

Llangefni

Start dateTimeDaysHoursWeeksCostCode
21 Jan 201909:00Monday7.012£555BEO158296C
This course requires an interview before enrolment. Call us for further information.

Entry requirements:

All places are subject to satisfactory interview. There are no formal entry requirements, but participants will:

  • Be working as a first line manager or looking for management work
  • Have a sufficient level of Basic Skills, Literacy and Numeracy, in order to benefit fully from the programme
  • Have the support of their employers, with or without sponsorship
  • Complete the Level 3 Award modules as part of the Certificate, if applicable

Delivery:

The course is delivered through a blend of the following:

  • Lectures
  • Group work
  • Role play exercises
  • Quizzes
  • Presentations
  • College session
  • Personal Study

Assessment:

The course is assessed through a blend of the following:

  • Work-based assignments
  • Oral presentations
  • Reflective reviews

Understanding Innovation and change and Planning change Combined Work based Assignment – The purpose of this unit is to examine yourknowledge and understanding of innovation and change and the factors that may require your organisation to change, and identify a change required in the workplace that will benefit the organisation.

Understanding performance management - The purpose of this unit is to enable you to understand the value of performance management techniques and how to apply them in a fair and objective manner.

Understanding communications and Giving briefings and presentations - The task requires you to plan and deliver a presentation to show an understanding of the process of communication and the main methods of communication and how to use them in the workplace. Complete a reflective self-assessment of your own communication skills and identify areas for performance improvement. Finally evaluate the effectiveness of your presentation and use the feedback gathered to identify areas for improvement.

Progression:

Completion of this course allows you to progress in education and in employment.

If you already hold a management position, the course helps you to be an effective and efficient manager. You will develop your professional practice and may be able to work towards promotion into middle management.

Within education, the logical progression is to complete the ILM Level 3 Diploma in Leadership and Management, which takes into account the modules you will already have completed. After you complete the Level 3 Diploma, you can progress onto the ILM Level 4 Award in Leadership and Management at Grŵp Llandrillo Menai, which helps equip you for middle management responsibilities.

Additional campus/course information:

  • Abergele

    During the course, you will study 4 ILM Modules:

    Understanding Innovation And Change in an Organisation - The purpose of this unit is to develop knowledge and understanding of innovation and change as required by a practising or potential first line manager.

    Planning Change in the Workplace - The purpose of this unit is to be able to plan change in an organisation.

    Understanding performance management - The purpose of this unit is to develop knowledge and understanding and be able to manage performance in the workplace as required by a first line manager

    Understanding the Communication Process in the Workplace - The purpose of this unit is to develop knowledge and understanding of the communication process in the workplace. By understanding the process and methods used you can improve your own effectiveness in achieving results.

    Giving Briefings and Making Presentations - The purpose of this unit is to develop the skills to be able to give a briefing and make a presentation in the workplace.

    The qualification is achieved through the completion of an assignments. This requires considerable commitment and will need to be completed andall work submitted within 4 - 6 weeks of the course end date.

  • Llangefni

    During the course, you will study 4 ILM Modules:

    Understanding Innovation And Change in an Organisation - The purpose of this unit is to develop knowledge and understanding of innovation and change as required by a practising or potential first line manager.

    Planning Change in the Workplace - The purpose of this unit is to be able to plan change in an organisation.

    Understanding performance management - The purpose of this unit is to develop knowledge and understanding and be able to manage performance in the workplace as required by a first line manager

    Understanding the Communication Process in the Workplace - The purpose of this unit is to develop knowledge and understanding of the communication process in the workplace. By understanding the process and methods used you can improve your own effectiveness in achieving results.

    Giving Briefings and Making Presentations - The purpose of this unit is to develop the skills to be able to give a briefing and make a presentation in the workplace.

    The qualification is achieved through the completion of an assignments. This requires considerable commitment and will need to be completed andall work submitted within 4 - 6 weeks of the course end date.

  • Rhos-on-Sea

    During the course, you will study 4 ILM Modules:

    Understanding Innovation And Change in an Organisation - The purpose of this unit is to develop knowledge and understanding of innovation and change as required by a practising or potential first line manager.

    Planning Change in the Workplace - The purpose of this unit is to be able to plan change in an organisation.

    Understanding performance management - The purpose of this unit is to develop knowledge and understanding and be able to manage performance in the workplace as required by a first line manager.

    Understanding the Communication Process in the Workplace - The purpose of this unit is to develop knowledge and understanding of the communication process in the workplace. By understanding the process and methods used you can improve your own effectiveness in achieving results.

    Giving Briefings and Making Presentations - The purpose of this unit is to develop the skills to be able to give a briefing and make a presentation in the workplace.

    The qualification is achieved through the completion of an assignments. This requires considerable commitment and will need to be completed andall work submitted within 4 - 6 weeks of the course end date.