Whatever the size or stage of an organisation, having effective operational processes can make the difference between doing business and staying in business! The ability to deliver work processes efficiently and effectively, in a way that also adheres to requirements like health & safety, legislation and quality standards is a big step up for many front-line managers and team leaders. Planning & allocating work, managing team dynamics, and continuously improving practices are all covered in our course that has been specifically designed for aspiring, new and developing operations and logistics managers.
The management development courses that we offer can be tailored to suit the needs of your organisation, and all of them use blended learning to suit a variety of learning needs and minimise time out of the workplace. A wide range of topics can be included, and the course can also be offered as a qualification if desired.
Delivered by experienced industry professionals, this course is practical, stretching, and entirely focused on building the business-critical skills and confidence that your current and aspiring first line managers / team leaders need.
As a result of attending this course, delegates will be able to:
- Identify what good operations management looks like and how it can deliver value to the organisation.
- Assess, design and implement a range of processes and practices to improve efficiency and effectiveness.
- Manage staff in a way that maximises operational value, adheres to health & safety requirements, and addresses barriers to effective teamwork.
This course can be tailored to suit the exact needs of the organisation, but typically it would involve:
- 4 days for an Award (short course) or 9 days for a Certificate (more in depth).
- Delivery over 3-6 months, with 2-3 weeks in-between each workshop.
- 1:1 tutorial support for every learner.
- The option of undertaking some assessments to achieve a Level 3 ILM Qualification, which also includes 12 months membership to the Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM) for every learner.
Many of our courses qualify for either full funding or part funding through AEB, Advanced Learner Loans or for apprenticeships through our Levy and Non Levy provision.
For funding options please enquiry about this course using the button above and speak to one of our team. Please note some qualifications and short CPD courses do not qualify for funding.
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Award Units – Duration 4 Days
|309||How to establish an effective team||· Identify different peoples strengths, motivations & communication styles.|
· Use techniques to develop the team cohesion at each stage of its development
|312||Understanding conflict management||· Identify different causes of conflict.|
· Break negative relationship cycles.
· Address inappropriate behaviours assertively.
|303||Allocating and planning work||· Utilise a range of techniques to efficiently and effectively plan, allocate and monitor work tasks.||2||1 day|
|325||Managing materials & equipment effectively||· Identify the value chain and profit points in the organisation.|
· Evaluate and evolve work processes to manage resources effectively.
|321||Understanding health & safety in the workplace||· Identify the business critical and legislatively required health & safety standards.|
· Evaluate and implement best practice health & safety processes.
Certificate Unit – Duration 9 Days
|8600-||CERTIFICATE UNITS |
(in addition to Award units)
|300||Solving problems and making decisions||· Identify what operational challenges the organisation has and apply a range of problem solving techniques to improve the situation.||2||1 day|
|320||Managing workplace projects||· Identify and apply a range of best practice project management techniques required to deliver an operational improvement.||2||1 day|
|403||Managing risk in the workplace||· Identify what the key organisational risks are.|
· Apply a range of best practice techniques to manage risk more effectively.
· Identify what risks may be introduced as the organisation evolves and implement proactive practices to manage.
|328||Understanding how to lead effective meetings||· Explain the approaches that can be used to conduct effective meetings, and reduce the amount of time needing to be spent in meetings.||2||1 day|
|219||Managing yourself||· Identify the range of time management techniques that can assist with personal effectiveness.|
· Explain how self-awareness and emotional intelligence can be used to maximise management potential.