- Course Code:
- QQI - Level 4
The aim of this programme is to equip employees who are currently performing or recently appointed to a leadership management of supervisory management role with enhanced skills to lead and manage their teams effectively. This course is designed for those already in employment.
It is a free Skills to Advanced funded course and eligibility criteria for the Skills to Advance programme can be seen at https://www.solas.ie/programmes/skills-to-advance.
This tutor lead course is delivered online on Mondays and Wednesday afternoons between 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m with two hours each of tutor lead online delivery.
ProgressionEmployability Statement The aim of these awards is to equip employees who are currently employed or aspire to be employed in a supervisory management role with enhanced skills to lead and manage their teams effectively. The awards enable participants to: • Consolidate their management skills and experience • Build knowledge of specialist business areas • Develop their leadership capabilities and personal awareness On completion of this programme, participants will be able to: Explain the key elements that influence the management of remote workers, including the range of remote working practices, contractual and organisational policy considerations, legislative and regulatory requirements, and benefits and disadvantages. Manage and implement change in the workplace, by identifying areas for change and developing a change implementation plan. Evaluate and improve motivation and performance levels in the workplace. Develop and communicate implementation plans for solutions to complex workplace problems by identifying and analysing the problem and applying decision making techniques to determine the most appropriate solution. Produce written documents for defined business purposes that satisfy organisational conventions, meet specified standards and incorporate material such as statistics or visuals. Describe Lean principles, benefits, challenges and tools, and outline the potential of Lean for improving own company’s workflow processes. For a list of the modules available and further information, see: https://www.i-l-m.com/-/media/ilm-website/sharepoint-documents/_published-documents/level-4-qualifications-in-leadership-and-management-ilm-q-card,-d-,pdf.ashx FURTHER DETAILS If you are currently in employment and wish to apply for this course,please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to receive an expression of interest form which you can then complete and submit electronically. This tutor lead course is online Monday & Wednesday afternoons between 4.00 p.m. and 6.00 p.m. with two hours each of tutor lead online delivery.
Education: The training provider is committed, in principle, to the on-going development of arrangements for the recognition of prior learning (RPL).
Aptitude: Participants must be currently employed, and must be or aspire to be, in a supervisory, team leader or middle management role. Applicants seeking entry to the programme must also be capable of completing the programme assessments. They must have achieved a minimum of a NFQ level 5 major award or its equivalent prior to entry to the programme, or have achieved the relevant skills, knowledge and competences through work experience. Participation Selection Criteria As per ETB Operating Guidelines and Skills to Advance Route 3 Criteria. Nominated participants must meet the criteria outlined in the Target Participant Profile and Programme Entry Requirements above.
Previous Experience: As per ETB Operating Guidelines and Skills to Advance Route 3 Criteria. Nominated participants must meet the criteria outlined in the Target Participant Profile and Programme Entry Requirements above. The training provider is committed, in principle, to the on-going development of arrangements for the recognition of prior learning (RPL).