Here are some companies who have developed their management team, using Grade 1 Government-rated services:


 

 

 

 

 Wiltshire Police





 

 

Hi and welcome! We have made it our goal to help people gain formal qualifications in management through the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).

We have very positive feedback from our clients, both individuals and companies and they have recommended others to help guide them to success.

Our CMI programmes include:

  • Level 2 in team leading
  • Level 3 in first line management
  • Level 5 in management and leadership

There is also an option to gain various levels within these qualifications.   Each level is divided into smaller levels so you work at your own level and pace.  Follow this link to see the CMI qualifications at a glance.

We will be more than happy to help you choose which level would be suitable for you.

So, here is where your journey begins. Click on the link below which you feel is relevant to your job role and have a look at what is involved:

Level 2 in Team Leading    

Level 3 in First Line Management          

Level 5 - in Leadership and Management

By working with us, you will be able to:

  • Pay by installments if you wish
  • Access support from a personal tutor via email and telephone
  • Have 24/7 availability of your resources via a personal web page
  • Look at work completed by others to guide you
  • Read and plan future work following written feedback issues within 21 working days

 

 

   

Download your free book now and discover great team leader tips.   Your book is written with national standards in mind so you can see what the latest thoughts on management are.

No registration required, no email, just click on the link below and enjoy!

CLICK HERE for your FREE copy

 

"I always go back over this book and make sure I am doing what I am supposed to be doing!!  It contains the 5 key areas of my job and helps me get the basics right.   I would guarantee this book to anyone who is, or who is thinking of becoming, a team leader".   Debbie Robertson, Swindon