ILM Level 2 Award for Young Leaders
As a young person you could be the next greatest leader of our generation, but no improvements are made without effort. This course has been specifically created to get young people who want to become leaders on the right track and to give them the skills needed to become future-managers.
But what makes a good manager or a good leader? A good leader does not need to be in a position of power to lead, they can improve the group/team they are working with from a lower position. This is the key to becoming a good leader, knowing that even if you are a lower position than someone it doesn’t mean that you cannot benefit the team.
In this course you will learn what it means to be a leader and the skills to get you started on a road to management. This course is accredited by ILM (Institute of Leadership and Management) who are the largest awarding body of leadership skills in the UK. This course is a Level 2 course aimed at young people looking at getting their first glimpse of management skills and techniques.
Who Should Attend
This course is aimed at those looking at getting into management positions in the future. It is aimed at young people looking for key skills such as leadership that they can add to their CVs and their repertoire.
This course will cover the following:
- Developing Self-leadership and Resilience for Young People
- Developing Leadership Skills for Young People
- Developing mentoring Skills for Young People
- Developing Skills to Work as a Volunteer
- Developing Awareness of Equality and Diversity
The above 5 are modules which can be selected to create the ILM Level 2 Award for Young Leaders. You will only need to select 2 of the modules to complete the Award.
By the end of the course learners will be able to:
- Lead teams effectively and efficiently
- Have the knowledge of different leadership styles
- Mentor others and help them progress as individuals
- Understand the need for equality and diversity and the laws that apply
- Be resilient and conquer problems
- Use SMART objectives
- Identify the benefits of volunteering
To complete this course you will be required to undertake between 3-4 credits worth of modules. The course will take between 2 days to several weeks to complete depending on the modules selected. We run this course through our Sister/Partner company – Career Change Wales – Training Academy.
|CCW-Training Academy (5-7 Museum Place, Cardiff. CF10 3BD)|
|ilm Level 2 Award for Young Leaders|
|Options||Choose 1 module from each group to make-up a min of 6 credit or any permutation|
|Course Reference||Module Description||Credit Value||Days|
|Developing Self-leadership and Resilience for Young People||2||1|
|Developing Leadership Skills for Young People||2||1|
|Developing mentoring Skills for Young People||2||1|
|Developing Skills to Work as a Volunteer||2||1|
|Developing Awareness of Equality and Diversity||1||0.5|