Management Level 3
£79 + VAT
This Level 3 management course is perfect for new or existing managers to hone their skills. The units cover everything that managers should know, from solving problems, how to promote equality and diversity in the work place and managing conflict.
All about this course
This course is perfect for anyone looking to take a step up to management level. Our Management level 3 course will cover the best ways to solve problems in the workplace, manage and deal with conflict that may occur, help keep staff motivated in their jobs and how to plan and organise for a meeting. We will also look at managing change in the workplace and developing employees to get the best from a team.
This course is suitable for new managers wanting to learn more, as well as managers that have years experience and want to refresh their memory.
Before starting this course it is recommended that you should have completed the Team Leading qualification.
You will earn 5 CPD points on completion of the course. This course will take around 5 hours to complete and the certificate will last for two years.
Fully CPD registered
Completed online with instant downloadable certificate
Fully printed certificate posted next day
Covers all required legislation and practices
Complete the online multiple choice assessment as many times as you need to pass
Unit 1 – Decision Making and Models of Management – In our first unit we will be exploring the best ways to set objectives when decision making, we will also look at the different tools that can be used to help keep objectives clear. This unit will finish off by looking at the steps that can be followed to monitor performance of your team.
Unit 2 – Solving Problems – In our second unit we will be looking at the SWOT and PESTLE analysis and how using these can be beneficial to a business, we will also look at the different constraints that can occur in a organisation and the best ways to deal with them.
Unit 3 – Equality and Diversity – In this unit we will be explore the importance of equality and diversity in the workplace, we will also look at how to include equality, diversity and inclusion into the different policies used in workplaces. This unit will finish off by looking at the consequences of breaching the equality legislation.
Unit 4 – Motivation and Employee Development – This unit will look at the benefits of employee development to an organisation and the employees, this unit will also look the rewards that can be offered to employees to keep them motivated, we will consider the positives and negatives to this as well.
Unit 5 – Managing Conflict – This unit will explore why conflict occurs and the best ways to deal with conflict in the workplace, we will consider the skills that managers need to have to be able to successfully resolve conflict. This unit will finish off by exploring who ACAS are and when they can be used.
Unit 6 – Understanding business – This unit will explore the different markets that businesses can operate in, we will also look at business innovations and the advantages of having budgets and the best way to manage budgets.
Unit 7 – Change Management – This unit will look at the positive and negative effects that change can have on workers, as well as the benefits that change can have to an organisation. We will also explore the best ways to review the effects of change and how to support individuals who may be struggling with the transition.
Unit 8 – Meetings – In our final unit we will be covering everything that you need to know when taking minutes of a meeting and planning a meeting. We will also cover the issues that could occur in a meeting, how to minimise them and the legal implications of a meeting that can occur.