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ILM Level 3 Award in First Line Management

Programme Content

The ILM Level 3 Leadership & Management Programme consists of a series of modules. Each module comprises a variety of learning methods including workshops, e-learning, action learning sets and written assignments.

Participants are required to complete: 

  • attendance at the programme induction (3 hours)
  • the guided learning hours (minimum of 28) over 6 months
  • the programme of learning & development activities (8 x 3 hour workshops plus action learning sets)
  • engagement with the tutorial support (minimum 2 hours)
  • the unit assessments (minimum of 3 to be completed)

To complete the programme successfully within one year the onus is on participants to attend all the workshops, participate in the activities and discussions, complete any reading or reflective activities in preparation for the workshops, attend the tutorials and access the support of your line manager and participate in action learning sets.

Applications 2017

The ILM Level 3 programme to study in September 2017 has not yet been scheduled and information will be updated on this page once the next cohort date has been confirmed. If you are interested in participating please email HR-HRDEnquiries@salford.ac.uk so we can contact you once dates are confirmed.

Prospective applicants should complete the Letter of Support and return to HR-HRDEnquiries@salford.ac.uk to be included on the Induction event.

Attendance at the ILM Level 3 Induction event is mandatory for applicants and their line manager for registering on the programme for 2017/18. The ILM Level 3 Induction date will be available here once scheduled.

A learner handbook, containing further information on learning outcomes, credits, assignment topics, delivery methods and module content is provided to all participants at induction.

All successful participants become registered learners with the ILM and will be provided with access to ILM on-line learning resources. Additionally, a Blackboard site for the programme which is maintained by the HR Team contains further information, sources of support and guidance, and tutorial information.

Related Toolkits

  • Management Essentials
  • Absence and Attendance
  • Discipline Procedure
  • Grievance Procedure
  • Personal Development Review
  • Introduction to Coaching for Managers

Please note – These toolkits are accessible to all staff through our learning portal Blackboard. Even if you are not undertaking the ILM programme, please feel free to complete any of these Toolkits to support your development.

The workshops below are for the current 2016 cohort only. Please do not book on unless you have enrolled on the ILM Level 3


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