Professional Short Courses
We offer flexible training solutions to both commercial and public sector organisations.
Our varied range of open scheduled programmes and short courses provide the latest skills and techniques to benefit your business and employees.
Accredited Management Development
Over 80% of Managers said that a CMI qualification is a key component of becoming a professional manager and that transferring their new skills also improved the performance of their team. CMI Qualifications are suitable for anyone from First Line Managers to CEOs.
CMI Level 3 Award, Certificate in First Line Management
These highly flexible programmes allow the freedom and choice to select from a broad range of units available, allowing employers and individuals to tailor the size and elements of the qualification to their specific needs. They also provide the opportunity to exchange ideas and discuss alternative approaches with managers from other organisations.
CMI Level 5 Award, Certificate in Management and Leadership
These flexible programmes focus on the practical application of management theory and principles in the context of the developing middle manager, thus providing a foundation for continuing professional development in management. The new structure has been designed by the CMI in a unit based format.
CMI Level 3 Diploma in First Line Management
Often, it is those who are good at the basic jobs who are promoted into supervisory roles. This qualification emphasises the need for the development of personal management capabilities as a starting point. It focuses then on people and operational management principles and practices, and the development of a basic appreciation of resource control and use. Across all of this it also encompasses the need to make effective use of information in the decision-making process.
CMI Level 5 Diploma in Management and Leadership
This revised Diploma programme focuses upon the practical application of management theory and principles in the context of the developing middle manager, thus providing a foundation for continuing professional development in management. It also provides the opportunity to exchange ideas and discuss alternative approaches with managers from other organisations.