Essay on ILM L3 Award Candidate Guide 2014

3018 Words Dec 10th, 2014 13 Pages

Introduction 3
The ILM 4
Course Outline 5
Objectives 5
Teaching and Learning Methods 5
ILM Qualifications & Assessment 6
Work Based Assignments 6
Course Fees 6
Time off for Study 6
Equality of Opportunity 6
Appeals 6
Course Team 7
Roles & Responsibilities within the Course Team 7
How to Register 8
Timetable 2014 9
Management Development Opportunities 10
The Programmes 10
Management Development Framework 11
Registration Form 13
Learning Agreement 15


Rapid changes and increasing pressures on resources of all kinds have meant, more than ever, that trained and able staff are vital to the effective and efficient operation of every organisation.

The purpose of these courses is to enable staff who are
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Work Based Assignments

The strength of any development course lies in the interface between theory and practice. Applying learned principles to real work issues provides a solid foundation for delegates to take back with them after considering solutions to practical issues they will face. Requirements for this written work will be discussed with you on the course, but ideally takes the form of a report of not more than 1,200 words.

Course Fees
Human Resources - Staff & Graduate Development provide training courses and qualifications free of charge to all staff. There are no fees associated with this course, other than a fee for non-completion (should you fail to complete) and for workbooks to replace your attendance at training sessions if you are unable to make any dates. Please refer to the Learning Agreement for more information.

Time off for Study
Your department is expected to allow you work time to attend training sessions, however you would normally be expected to complete assignments in your own time.

Equality of Opportunity
The Institute of Leadership and Management and Aston University are committed to equality of access for attendance on the programme. Candidates are regularly monitored to ensure that during the programme and the assessment, no-one is discriminated against because of race, gender, disability or age. Any discrepancies will be investigated immediately

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