A chartered manager takes responsibility for managing people, projects, and operations to deliver long-term organisational success. They have the professional recognition that proves their ability to deliver impact with a strategy, motivate and develop others, lead change and innovate.
They are capable of taking charge of complex situations and delivering on objectives over a range of functions. They will want to develop all areas of their leadership skills, from strategic decision making and risk management to developing relationships and fostering an inclusive culture.
A chartered manager can work in the public, private, or third sector, and in organisations ranging from small to large. Examples of a chartered manager’s job role are manager, senior manager, head of department, and operations manager.
This work-based programme includes 12 compulsory modules and a 60 credit work-based project. Each module is delivered in a two-day block approximately every six weeks, during which participants will gain valuable input from academics, practitioners and industry guest speakers all who are experts in their field.
The programme will commence with a two-day induction that will introduce participants to the programme team and will provide valuable insight into individual modules.