LEVEL 3 TEAM LEADER

Our level 3 Team Leading programme has been designed to give you the skills and confidence to take your first steps on the management ladder.

 

Level 3 Team Leading Programme

The Level 3 Team Leader programme is perfect for individuals who are in a first line management role and who have operational/project responsibilities or the responsibility for managing a team to deliver clearly defined outcomes.

Start Dates

All of our programmes can be started straight away so there is no waiting around for the next enrolment date to come around.

Programme Duration

12 months.

Ascento Learning Platform

Full access to the Ascento Learning Platform, with 100's of additional courses available to you free of charge.

One to One Consultancy

Monthly 2 hour consultancy sessions with your personal Team Leading expert.

CMI Partner

The End Point Assessment organisation for your qualification is the Chartered Management Institute.

Cost Effective Pricing

With 95% of the course cost funded by the government, pricing starts at just £22.50 per month over 12 months for non-levy paying employers.

 

Level 3 Team Leader Modules

Below you will find a short introduction to the modules we cover throughout the Level 3 Team Leader programme...

Management of Self

In this module, students will conduct research and analysis into themselves as a team leader to find out which you are and why! Be guided in understanding how to use S.W.O.T and S.T.A.R. Explore time management techniques and learn how to avoid time bandits and other distractions. We delve into how to be self aware and understand inclusivity and unconscious bias, reflect on own performance and apply learning from feedback gained ,leading people, managing people,building relationships (EmotionalIntelligence, Goleman, 1995), beinginclusive without unconscious bias.understanding of the organisationsstrategy, culture, approaches toequality and diversity

Project Management

A short introduction that describes the module and what is included, with the ultimate intention being to have individual module pages with resources and guides for download.

Managing People

A short introduction that describes the module and what is included, with the ultimate intention being to have individual module pages with resources and guides for download.

Leading People

A short introduction that describes the module and what is included, with the ultimate intention being to have individual module pages with resources and guides for download.

Building Relationships

A short introduction that describes the module and what is included, with the ultimate intention being to have individual module pages with resources and guides for download.

Operational Management

A short introduction that describes the module and what is included, with the ultimate intention being to have individual module pages with resources and guides for download.

 

END POINT ASSESSMENT.

 

CMI - END POINT ASSESSMENT ORGANISATION

Our Level 3 team leader programme is assessed at its conclusion by the Chartered Management Institute, giving students and employers the reassurance that a world renowned and recognised body stands behind the qualification standards.

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Download a copy of our Level 3 Team Leader Programme Guide.

 

Download a programme guide

 

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