CMI First Line Management Level 3
The Chartered Management Institutes Level 3 programme range is suitable for first line managers who have some responsibility for the recruitment and development of personnel, make decisions relating to resources and initiate employment and disciplinary decisions.
It is intended for those people who need to maintain and develop the effectiveness and efficiency of the operations for which they are responsible.
Three qualifications are available at this level: the Award Certificate, and Diploma. The difference between these three options is the number of units you study and pass. Each unit is given a “credit value”, and for each qualification there is a minimum number of “credits” to achieve. So you can choose the size of qualification that is just right for you. Later you can add more units and “upgrade” your qualification until you obtain the Diploma for your chosen management level.
The Diploma is the equivalent of the former Certificate in Management.
The units available for the Level 3 First Line Management management qualification range are:
3001 Personal development as a first line manager
Content includes: planning and managing the work, creating effective working relationships, understanding how to develop great management skills. Credit:6
3002 Resource planning
Content includes: identifying resource requirements, creating resource plans, monitoring and reviewing resource usage and responding to changes. Credit: 6
3003 Meeting stakeholder needs
Content includes: identifying stakeholders and their needs, continuous improvement, making a case for change, and understanding how to gain commitment to changes. Credit: 6
3004 Managing and communicating information
Content includes: data and information collection and analysis, trend analysis, making and presenting conclusions. Credit: 6
3005 Developing individuals and teams
Content includes: setting and managing objectives, performance reviews, identifying development opportunities for teams and individuals. Credit: 6
3006 Recruitment and selection
Content includes: identifying staffing level requirements, understanding effective recruitment processes and making good selection decisions. Credit: 6
3007 Maintaining quality standards
Content includes: key quality concepts, identifying, measuring and reviewing quality standards and team outputs. Credit: 6
3008 Improving team performance
Content includes: how to be proactive about performance, identifying and responding to performance issues, understanding the role of grievance and disciplinary processes. Credit: 7
3009 Management communication
Content includes: understanding what makes communication effective, organising team communications and briefings, report writing. Credit: 6
3010 Being a leader
Content includes: leadership training including understanding different types of leadership styles and when to use them, developing leadership skills for impact. Credit: 6
How many units are needed for the qualifications
Award = 1 unit (6 Credits)
Certificate = 3 units (13 credits)
Diploma = 7 units (42 credits)
Guide Price: £ 1380 Instalment options available