VRQ Level 4 Award/Certificate/Diploma in Management and Leadership
Who Is It For?
Which Qualifications Are Available?
Award - The CMI Level 4 Award in Management and Leadership allows you to develop your knowledge of the roles and responsibilities required in management and leadership by focusing on specific skills areas.
Certificate - A more extensive qualification, the CMI Level 4 Certificate in Management and Leadership gives you a broader knowledge of the skills needed to be an effective manager, while focusing on the specific leadership areas appropriate to you and your workplace.
Diploma - With a more comprehensive structure, the CMI Level 4 Diploma in Management and Leadership gives you all the key skills and competencies you’ll need to become the manager you want to be.
Units and rules of combination
The Award: To achieve a Chartered Management Institute Award in Management and Leadership, you need to successfully complete at least one unit to a minimum of 6 credits. (Units 4001 – 4009 only) The Award can take as little as 2 to 3 weeks.
The Certificate: To achieve a Chartered Management Institute Certificate in Management and Leadership, you need to successfully complete any combination of units to a minimum of 13 credits. (units 4001 – 4009 only) The Certificate can take between 1 to 3 months.
The Diploma: To achieve a Chartered Management Institute Diploma in Management and Leadership, you need to successfully complete all core units (Group A) and three optional units (Group B) to a minimum total of 46 credits. (All units) The Diploma can take between 6 to 12 months.
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