Aspiring Managers Programme
Professional Development Programme

Participants: Staff on grades 5 or 6 who aspire to become managers at UCL.

Pre-requisites: You will need your line managers approval to attend and a £500 contribution from your department.

Please review the UCL Core Behaviours Framework.

Booking to join the first date of the programme will commit you to attending the entire programme.

Overview:
The Aspiring Managers Programme offers training support for aspiring managers within UCL with the overall aim of helping them to understand the manager's role and be able to apply key skills.

The Programme is designed to focus on the key management skills needed. It will enhance managers and supervisors' performance management capabilities and abilities to use analytical, diagnostic, solution and reflection tools to improve workplace performance.

It is vital that delegates attend all four sessions of their chosen cohort.

On successful completion of the programme, you will receive a certificate from the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM).

To review the modules please follow this link:

Modules

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You will need your line managers approval to attend and a £500 contribution from your department.

Facilitator: Stuart Maddocks (M Inst LM), Clemorton Consultancy Ltd

Date, time and venue: (9.30am - 4.30pm)

Cohort 10 (commencing November 2016):

  • 1st Nov 2016 (Module 1): Why organisations need to be managed
  • 2nd Nov 2016 (Module 2): What managers do
  • 6th Dec 2016 (Module 3): Improving management performance
  • 7th Dec 2016 (Module 4): Employee engagement - the manager's role

Cohort 11 (commencing January 2017):

  • 31st Jan 2017 (Module 1): Why organisations need to be managed
  • 1st Feb 2017 (Module 2): What managers do
  • 21st March 2017 (Module 3): Improving management performance
  • 22nd March 2017 (Module 4): Employee engagement - the manager's role

How to book: Please complete the Booking Form and email the OD Team with your Project Task Award Expenditure (P.T.A.E.) information from your financial approver.

Your place will not be confirmed until payment from your department has been received.

OD Course Contact: Cristina Imbuzan_od

Cancellation: Please note that there has been a change to the cancellation policy. The course cancellation and no show fee is £100 starting from the 2015/16 academic year. This charge is applicable to Organisational Development Courses and supersedes all other information regarding this policy elsewhere on the UCL website and training booking system. Additional charges may be incurred on some courses. Read more about cancellation >>.