PERFORMANCE THROUGH PEOPLE

ILM L3 Certificate & Award

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ILM Level 3 Leadership and Management

Award & Certificate

Benefits for individuals:

  • Gain a range of key management skills and put them into practice in your own role.
  • Build your leadership capabilities - motivate and engage teams, manage relationships confidently.
  • Develope your leadership and management skills using your own knowledge, values and motivations.

Benefits for employers:

  • Effective and confident first-line managers.
  • Better relationships and communication in teams.
  • Proven skills - to get this qualification, managers will need to show that they can transfer their new skills to your organisation.
  • Managers with the tools to develop their own skills and abilities.

In gaining this qualification, you can also gain the IOSH Managing Safely.

Who are these qualifications for?

The Level 3 Award and Certificate in Leadership and Management are ideal for individuals who have management responsibilities but no formal training, and are serious about developing their abilities. They particularly support practising team leaders seeking to move up to the next level of management, and managers who need to lead people through organisational change.

Qualification overview

The qualifications are made up of a wide range of units covering core management skills - such as understanding how to solve problems and make decisions - plus skills in communication, team leadership, planning and allocating work, managing people and relationships.

What are my options?

Level 3 Award = 2 units (minimum 4 credits)

Level 3 Certificate = 7 units (minimum 13 credits)

 

Overview of Units

Reference

Unit title

Level

Credits

8600-300

Solving Problems and Making Decisions

3

2

8600-303

Planning and Allocating Work

3

2

8600-307

Giving Briefings and Making Presentations

3

2

8600-309

Understanding How to Establish an Effective Team

3

1

8600-321

Understanding Health and Safety in the Workplace

3

2

8600-326

Understanding the Communication Process in the Workplace

3

2

8600-334

Understanding and Developing Relationships in the Workplace

3

2

ILM Nuclear Safety Culture - Unit 315

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Nuclear Safety Culture

Unit 315

This course is:

Accredited by tILM and approved and recognised by EDF-energy.

Purpose of this course:

To develop an understanding of the distinguishing characteristics of nuclear power and the regulatory and safety requirements in nuclear construction as required by a supervisor in order to promote and maintain a strong nuclear safety culture.

Course duration: 2-days

Assessment:

An assignment of 1000 to 2000 words written in the context of the learner's workplace against a set of structured questions.

Guided Learning Hourse = 14  Credit Value = 4

Course Content:

What is special about nuclear power and how that impacts upon own area of responsibility

  • Features of nuclear technology that make it different from other thermally-powered means of generating electricity
  • How the distinguishing features of nuclear power have contributed to one major nuclear incident
  • The role and responsibilities of the supervisor in monitoring the distinguishing features of nuclear power in own area of responsibility

How the Nuclear Industry is regulated and the consequences of non-compliance

  • The roles and responsibilities of two regulatory bodies involved in nuclear power
  • How activities on site are regulated
  • The purpose of the nuclear site licence
  • The role of the supervisor in ensuring regulatory compliance

The principles and application of excellence and error prevention in nuclear construction

  • How the supervisor ensures that construction schedules are realistic and understood by the team
  • The role of the supervisor in ensuring that personnel have the training, tools and equipment required for the creation and maintenance of a safe working environment
  • How supervisors ensure that all personnel taking part in construction operations are suitably qualified and experienced to carry out their work
  • A range of tools for preventing errors in your work
  • How to apply nuclear new build error prevention tools

The role as a leader in promoting and maintaining nuclear safety

  • The standards expected of supervisors with regard to safety, quality and productivity (SQP)
  • How to promote a strong nuclear safety culture within the work team
  • How behaviour can promote a strong culture of safety, quality and productivity
  • How behaviours that the leader must demonstrate today will support a strong nuclear safety culture for tomorrow
  • What is meant by latent error
  • The responsibility of supervisors in verifying levels of performance through regular on-site observation and coaching

 

 

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Nuclear Safety Culture

ILM Nuclear L3 Certificate

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Leadership and Management Practice for the Construction and Built Environment Sector

(Nuclear Safety Culture) - Certificate

Who are these qualifications for:

These non-technical qualifications are aimed at team leaders, supervisors, foremen and site managers seeking to gain a thorough understandingof leadership and management principles to effectively lead, supervise and safely manage staff in the built environment and construction industry.

The units in these qualifications are designed to equip learners with core skills to drive projects and programmes of work in line with the needs of employers and contractors.

Duration and mode of delivery:

The Certificate level programme is delivered as blended learning; with 7-days direct training and 3-days guided learning.

Unit 300 - Leadership and Management Practice for the Construction and Built Environment Sector

  • The roles and responsibilities of a site supervisor or team leader
  • The differences between leadership and management and the relationship between the two
  • The role of quality management in site management
  • The importance of health and safety in site management

Unit 301 - Delivery of Site Operations and Logistics

  • How to plan work on site
  • How to put team members to work
  • How to improve the performance of a team in delivering to plan
  • The importance of quality management within the workplace

Unit 315 - Nuclear Safety Culture

  • What is special about nuclear power and how that impacts upon own are of responsibility 
  • How the Nuclear Industry is regulated and the consequences of non-compliance
  • The principles and application of excellence and error prevention in nuclear construction
  • The role as a leader in promoting and maintaining nuclear safety

Unit 304 - Reading and Executing a Short-Term Programme

  • Site planning and programme requirements in order to lead and manage people and activities
  • The impact of managing resources, time and materials on the plan and programme
  • Different work methods and their impact on quality, health and safety and the achievement of plans
  • How to leverage their leadership and management skills to achieve plan and programme milestones

Unit 305 - Achieving Performance Through People

  • How their personal leadership style affects the performance of others
  • How to establish and maintain an effective team
  • How to motivate the team to improve productivity
  • The importance of communication to team and site performance
  • Applying a recognised coaching technique to develop and improve the performance of team members
  • How to persuade and influence others to achieve objectives

ILM Nuclear L3 Award

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 Leadership and Management Practice for the Construction and Built Environment Sector

(Nuclear) - Level 3 Award

This course is:

Accredited by ILM and approved and recognised by EDF-energy.

Who is this qualification for ?:

These specialist qualifications are aimed at team leaders, supervisors, foremen and site managers seeking to gain a thorough understanding of leadership and management principles to effectively lead, supervise and safely manage staff in the built environment and construction industry on Nuclear Site.

Assessment: 

Completed during the course

Course duration: 4-days

Qualification overview:

The units in this qualification are designed to equip learners with core skills to drive projects and programmes of work in line with the needs of employers and contractors.

Unit 1 (ILM 300) Leadership and Management Practice for the Construction and Built Environment Sector (2-days)

Purpose of this Unit:

To develop knowledge and understanding of using leadership and management skills to ensure safety and quality requirements and appropriate standards of behaciour are met when achieving project and work plans as required by a practicing or potential team leader or site supervisor.

Day 1 & 2 - Learning outcomes

  • Understand the roles and responsibilities of a site supervisor or team leader
  • Understand the differences between leadership and management and the relationship between the two
  • Understand the role of quality management in site management
  • Understand the importance of health and safety in site management

Unit 2 (ILM 315) Nuclear Safety Culture (2-days)

Purpose of this Unit:

To develop an understanding of the distinguishing characteristics of nuclear power and the regulatory and safety requirements in nuclear construction as required by a supervisor in order to promote and maintain a strong nuclear safety culture.

Days 3 & 4 - Learning outcomes

  • Understand what is special about nuclear power and how that impacts upon own area of responsibility
  • Understand how the Nuclear Industry is regulated and the consequences of non-compliance
  • Understand the principles and application of excellence and error prevention in nuclear construction
  • Understand their role as a leader in promoting and maintaining nuclear safety

 

 

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