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Human Resources HR Track: ILM Level 3 Award in Leadership & Management

4 Day Instructor Led Course - 28 Contact Hours

 

 

Upcoming Schedules for ILM Human Resources Track :view all Human Resources schedules
Dubai 29/Jan/2017 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Sunday to Thursday Enquire Now
Dubai 27/Mar/2017 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Monday to Thursday Enquire Now

 

Center Benefits - Institute of Leadership & Management Courses :

• ILM Approved Centre

• ILM Validated Courseware

• ILM Approved Trainers

• ILM Certificate upon passing assessments (ILM fees apply)

• UAE Ministry of Education Accredited Institute

• Certificate of Achievement (Ministry Attestation - fees apply) for full tracks only

• Corporate Venue: Onsite or at SitesPower

 

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• Free Course Trial

• Free Course Repeat

• Corporate HR Investment Guarantee

• Corporate Customization

• Course Version Upgrade

 

Overview

This combination of ILM units focuses on human resource HR management skills, including recruitment, selection, induction, managing the employment relationship, and managing performance.

 

Qualification

To earn the ILM Level 3 Award in Leadership & Management, candidates must pass practical assessments with a minimum of 4 credits.

 

In addition, each unit also counts as credit towards the Full Qualification of the Level 3 Certificate in Leadership & Management.

 

Target Audience

Practicing or aspiring first line managers who wish to develop leadership and management skills.

 

Prerequisites
There are no formal entry requirements, but learners must be in a position to meet the assessment demands – ideally
using their workplace as the basis for assignments.

 

International Curriculum
Validated by the Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM).
 

About ILM

The Institute of Leadership and Management is Europe's leading awarding body for leadership and management qualifications. More people in the UK gain leadership and management qualifications with ILM than from all other awarding bodies in the UK combined.

ILM qualifications bring about practical benefits because they focus on improvement – improvement of leaders and managers in their roles, improvement in the teams they lead and in the products and services they provide, and improvements in organizations and the way they operate.
 

*Please note: ILM Vocationally Related Qualifications (VRQs) are part of the Qualifications and Credit Framework applicable in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, providing successful candidates with transferable qualification credit.

 

Track Contents: (minimum 4 credits)

 

ILM L3 UNDERSTANDING RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION OF NEW STAFF IN THE WORKPLACE
ILM # 8600-315
7 hrs, 2 Credits


SECTION 1 UNDERSTANDING THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS
1. Introduction
2. The recruitment and selection process – an overview
3. The steps explained
4. Job description
5. Person specification
 

SECTION 2 ATTRACTING AND IDENTIFYING SUITABLE TEAM MEMBERS
1. Attracting candidates
2. Discrimination in recruitment and selection
3. Selection interviewing
4. The problems with interviews
5. The identifies faults with interview
6. Avoiding gratuitous error
 

SECTION 3 CONDUCTION EFFECTIVE INTERVIEWS
1. Preparing
2. The interview
3. Listening
4. Using questions

ILM L3 UNDERSTANDING DISCIPLINE IN THE WORKPLACE
ILM # 8600-314
7 hrs, 1 Credit

SECTION 1 UNDERSTANDING THE LEGAL ASPECTS OF THE DISCIPLINARY PROCESS
1. The law on equality at work
2. Introduction of new laws on equality
3. Protected characteristics
4. Prohibited conduct
5. Special cases
6. Disciplinary process and the law
 

SECTION 2 FOLLOWING CORRECT DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURES
1. Discipline
2. Discipline Procedures
3. Disciplinary investigations
4. Conducting a disciplinary interview
5. Disciplinary penalties
6. Appeals procedure
7. Interpersonal skills and behaviours

ILM L3 UNDERSTANDING PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT
ILM # 8600-323
14 hrs, 2 Credits

SECTION 1 UNDERSTANDING THE VALUE OF ASSESSING PERFORMANCE
1. Managing performance
2. The role of the line manager in performance management
3. The purpose and value of performance assessment
4. The purpose of performance appraisal
5. The process of performance appraisal
6. Making assessments fair and objective
7. Preparing for the assessment
8. Conducting appraisals
9. Recording the assessment
 

SECTION 2 MEASURING AND MANAGING PERFORMANCE
1. Objective and performance management
2. Setting objectives
3. Setting performance standards
4. Measuring performance against standards
5. Monitoring performance
 

SECTION 3 THE VALUE OF FEEDBACK IN THE WORK PLACE
1. The importance of feedback for improving performance
2. Principles for giving effective feedback

SECTION 4 MANAGING UNDERPERFORMANCE TIN THE WORKPLACE
1. Identifying potential areas of underperformance
2. Causes of poor performance
3. Improving performance
4. Training and development
5. Performance improvement plans