Leadership & Management Training Courses:
At Arcadia Alive we are passionate about the power of good leadership and management to transform people and organisations.
We believe that, with the right training and development, everyone can be a better leader and manager.
iLM Advanced Apprenticeship
This apprenticeship is ideal for new and aspiring junior managers with operational skills but no leadership training. Apprentices will get the skills and confidence to lead people, manage processes and operations and to develop themselves as leaders.iLM Advanced Apprenticeship
iLM Level 3 Qualification in Leadership and Management
This is ideal for individuals who have management responsibilities but no formal training and are serious about developing their abilities. Practising team leaders seeking to move to the next level of management, and managers who need to lead people through organisational change, budget cuts or other pressure will particularly benefit from this programme.iLM Level 3 Qualification
iLM Level 5 Qualification in Leadership and Management
This programme is aimed at practising middle managers, helping them to develop their skills and experience, improve performance and prepare for senior management responsibilities.iLM Level 5 Qualification
iLM Level 7 Qualification in Leadership and Management
Designed for senior executives, who are new to the role or who are preparing for the highest levels of management, and ideal for senior managers seeking to gain confident decision-making skills and ability to lead through change in this role.
City and Guilds Training Assessment Quality Assurance
This qualification is for people who carry out assessment and internal quality assurance roles in their organisation.
Why bother investing in management skills?
A 2012 survey1 revealed the top 5 reasons that organisations invest in Leadership and Management Development, and they are all focused on business outcomes:
To achieve organisational objectives (62%)
To manage change more effectively (49%)
To improve managers’ performance (47%)
To increase competitive advantage (46%)
To support business growth (41%).
Only about one in five managers have any qualification in management itself. The evidence is that organisations’ performance suffers as a result.
43% of managers report their line manager to be ineffective or highly ineffective.
High performing organisations report higher levels of line manager effectiveness, with 80% of managers in high performing organisations reporting that their line manager is effective or highly effective, compared with 39% in low performing organisations.
Employee engagement is 5% higher in organisations where Leadership and Management Development activity is highest
The business case for accredited management qualifications
- Quality Assurance
Accreditation provides quality assurance for customers because they provide independent assessment of management capability
- Portable and reputable
A recognised and transferable indicator of management competence
- Active learning
Assessed elements, which ensure that participants are active in the learning process
- Return on investment
79% agree that the employer benefits of MLQs outweigh the level of time, money and effort invested in obtaining them
- Enhanced organisational reputation
Demonstrates strong organisational commitment to managerial abilities and ethics in current times when organisations’ top managers are challenged almost daily in the headlines.