Diploma in Management & Leadership


Introduction to this course

This seven-unit course is a specialist work-related programme of study that covers the knowledge and skills required if you want to move into management or extend your current experience in readiness for a successful middle management role. The core units provide essential underpinning knowledge and skills while the specialist units have been selected to help you gain a rounded programme of development.



How to Apply?

You can find out more about applying here



Duration of this Course

This is a one year course.
2017/18 classes are every Monday from 9:30am to 4:30pm starting from 11/09/2017.



Career Prospects

This is a specialist, work-related qualification for anyone wanting to confirm or extend their work experience in a Management role. As well as providing competitive advantage for your career progression should you want to move into a Management role, successful completion of this qualification means you can apply for further training at Level 7 (post-graduate or Master’s level).



How will I be Assessed?

All units are assessed via a work-based assignment. There is normally one assignment per unit.



Course content/units

  • Principles of Management and Leadership
  • Strategic Business Management and Planning
  • Strategic Decision Making
  • Managing Marketing
  • Customer Relationship Managing
  • Recruitment and Selection
  • Managing Budgets


  • Expenses for this course

    Course Fees 2017/18: £965


    This is a maximum course cost. Please note that fees vary depending upon your personal circumstances and government funding. Additional membership and exam fees may also apply. First year cost only. Additional fees will apply for further years of the course. Please contact the Student & Customer Services Team on 01935 423921 for more information.


    You may like to consider joining the Chartered Management Institute (http://www.managers.org.uk/) or the Institute of Leadership and Management (https://www.i-l-m.com/), but this is not compulsory.