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Institute of Leadership Qualifications


I am thinking about introducing ILM qualifications for team leaders and managers. Does anyone have any experience/feedback about this?
pamela clements

5 Responses

  1. ILM
    I don’t think you can do better than ILM. The range of flexibility, information and support is second to none. We are accredited with OCR and EDEXCEL and others yet choose ILM whenever we can.

    In house design can be adapted to national framework standards and speed of authorisation is an added bonus.

    We are not prone to gushing but recommend them whenever we can.

    TBD Global Ltd
    0870 241 3998

  2. ILM Accreditation
    I agree with the previous response. They are an excellent group to work with and have at their heart the desire to recognise the business impact that results from training, education and work experience.

    Unlike many other bodies with perhaps more of an academic leaning (who focus on the inputs to a greater extent), the ILM are proactive in developing a range of qualifications that meet the demands of today’s learner and the achievement of business results.

    And I’m not prone to gush either!

  3. Have run these programmes very successfully
    I have been running these programme for NHS and other organisations, and feedback has been very good. Nice because you can personalise the programme to suit your particular group’s needs. Am happy to provide further help/assistance if required.

  4. ILM: the practical choice
    I’ve been involved with ILM programmes for over six years now, both as a candidate and as a programme leader and assessor delivering Level 2 to Level 5 programmes in corporate and public sector settings.

    Compared with my experience of delivering similar programmes under the aegis of two other leading awarding bodies, ILM offer the most practical, flexible and user-friendly suite of recognised vocational management qualifications on the market.

    Centre support is excellent. In my experience, EV activities assure programme quality by focusing on achievement results rather than on trivial administrative matters.

    Affiliated off the shelf resources (Universal Manager, Super Series et al) offer great value for money.

    All capability programme requirements have been recently upgraded to reflect the learning needs of today’s managers and leaders. Although this may limit flexibility in comparison with the ‘old’ requirements, any disadvantages will, in my view, be more than offset by increased programme efficiency and rigour, plus enhanced topical relevance and value for the candidate.

    Additionally, I understand that an ILM approved Centre can now apply for Institute accreditation for topical short courses. This will facilitate APA for candidates as they progress to longer-term development programmes.

    I would also offer that membership of the Institute offers excellent value for money when compared with similar professional associations. Apart from my membership therein, and my stated role in delivering ILM programmes, I have no other financial interest in the Institute. Just a satisfied customer.

    I hope this is useful. If there is anything else I can do to help, please contact me.

    Best wishes,

    Scott G. Welch MInstLM

  5. Excellent
    I would concur with all the positive comments made here about ILM, pragmatic and straightforward I think are the two key issues with this organisation.


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