Chartered Manager Award in partnership with TFL Education
NPQH is the widely accepted indicator of the career professional in education but who – outside the confines of schools – recognises this?
“The CMI recognises the high level of leadership and management skills that senior leaders deploy in their daily work in schools. The opportunity to achieve Chartered Manager status provides long overdue recognition of their key role in educating tomorrow’s leaders and managers and affords them parity with their colleagues in other employment sectors.”
Ann Francke, Chief Executive, Chartered Management Institute
NPQH, FCMI, CMgr
TFL Education has negotiated a special route that allows holders of NPQH to gain Fellowship of the Chartered Management Institute (FCMI). From there, we can take you even further by offering you the opportunity to submit for the title of Chartered Manager – the ultimate accolade!
WHAT IS THE ULTIMATE MANAGER WORTH TO YOUR ORGANISATION? MORE THAN YOU THINK. A LOT MORE… Helping people become Chartered Managers isn’t just about conferring a new level of status – it’s been proven to deliver returns worth over £360,000* to an organisation.
The public and private sectors have quickly acknowledged its worth in delivering superior expertise, higher levels of professional integrity and advanced leadership capabilities. Only the CMI can award this coveted managerial status.
GO BEYOND THE NORM Most managers agree that the status of Chartered Manager offers benefits well beyond typical management qualifications, and list it as one of the three most effective ways to develop their abilities. No wonder more and more business schools are combining Chartered Manager into their qualifications to produce ever more capable managers.
‘Chartered’ status in the field of management and leadership demonstrates the ultimate in managerial competence and proves that you possess transferable managerial skills to the world.
You’ll also be joining a group of professionals who:
- Add value – delivering up to £362,000 in added value to an organisation
- Get results – using best-practice managerial skills to lead people and manage change 3. Innovate – creating new product, service or market developments
- Exceed targets – meeting or beating performance indicators
- Deliver improvements – initiating significant savings or performance improvements with new ways of working
- Work more confidently – applying skills and increased self-awareness for better outcomes
How much does it cost?
The cost for the Chartered Manager Award is £3000. However, by booking through Infinite Learning and quoting the code ILCMA250 you can avail of a £250 discount!
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