The Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM) has established a range
of nationally recognised qualifications that focus on employees' roles
and responsibilities at work. They enable staff to improve their
performance and bring potential savings and efficiencies to their
The areas of study include the management of people, activities and
information, and the personal development of staff. Subjects can be
tailored to fit a trainee's needs.
Skills Connect participants may study towards one of two ILM
ILM Level 3 Certificate in first line management - covering the full
range of responsibilities of the first line manager. The programme will
take a minimum of 160 guided learning hours, plus time for assessment,
and will provide the knowledge and skills needed to perform effectively
in modern management. The course is delivered at City & Islington
College's Centre for Business, Arts & Technology (444 Camden Road N7
0SP) on Mondays 5pm - 9.15pm.
ILM introductory certificate - a six-day course giving participants
an understanding of management responsibilities and issues. The course
is delivered at West Thames College's Metanoia Institute in Ealing.
The training is aimed at women living or working in London who...
- Are likely to become first line managers (team leaders or
supervisors) or who are already in post but have had little or no formal
- Work within companies that employ less than 250 employees -
whether in a factory, office, hospital, call centre, leisure centre, or
on a building site, either in the private or voluntary sector
Wherever people and resources are employed, first line managers with an
ILM First Line Management qualification ensure that they are employed