The ILM Level 2 Certificate in Team Leading
builds and broadens the skills and knowledge gained in the Award
regarding the various roles, functions and responsibilities of a
team leader. Here, practical techniques in motivating teams,
plus planning and monitoring their work are explored within the
additional mandatory units of this larger qualification
To earn the ILM Level 2 Certificate in Team Leading,
candidates must pass practical assessments (three
mandatory) with a total of 13 credits.
Practicing or aspiring supervisors who wish to develop
team leading skills.
There are no formal entry requirements, but participants
will normally be either practicing or aspiring team leaders or
supervisors with the opportunity to meet the assessment demands,
and have a background that will enable them to benefit from the
Curriculum, Institute of Leadership & Management
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 13 credits required)
Customer Service & Business Communication