Making the transition into a first management role involves the development and use of a different set of skills and can be daunting. This introductory programme provides an insight into some of the skills that you will need to use and develop and also provides some practical tips that you can put into practice
Who is it for?
This course is designed for people who have management responsibilities and are new to the role or have no formal training in leadership and management * subject to eligibility
On successful completion of this course, you will receive an ILM Level 3 Award in Leadership & Management from the City & Guilds of London Institute
This course is delivered over 5 days
What will I learn?
- How teams develop and become effective and the leader’s role in the process
- Understanding team roles and how to get the most from your team
- Differences and similarities between leadership and management
- Leadership styles and the effect on team members
- How communication works in organisations, (formal and informal processes)
- Verbal and non-verbal communications
- How to use effective questions and active listening to gather information
You will be assessed through practical activities designed to enable you to demonstrate understanding of the topics and your ability to apply the knowledge into relevant activity. You will also need to complete 3 assignments in addition to the training hours and you should expect to work on these assignments in your own time. As an estimate you should expect to spend at least 15 hours on assignment work
* Funding eligibility for small to medium-sized businesses in York, North Yorkshire and East Riding operating in one of the sectors listed below, seeking training to support a business growth plan.
- Agriculture or Agri-tech
- Bio Renewables and Bio Economy
- Food manufacture
- Voluntary, community and social enterprise
- Visitor Economy
- Health and Social Care
Call an adviser at Tyro on 01756 797266 to discuss eligibility requirements