QCF level: Level 7
Awarding body: Chartered Management Institute (CMI)
Duration: 1 Year
- Personal Development as a Strategic Manager
- Strategic Performance Management
- Financial Management
- Strategic Information Management
- Conducting a Strategic Management Project
- Organisational Direction
- Strategic Marketing
- Organisational Change
- Human Resource Planning
Entry requirements: Any course that is at QCF/NQF level 5 and above OR Bachelors degree from a recognised university
English language competence: See English language requirements for level 7
Assessment: Each Module is assessed through a 3000-3500 word, work-based assignment.
Progression: You can progress to any Post Graduate level Qualification in Business & Management Studies or a QCF Level 8 Qualification. At present, CCIM has an arrangement with the University of Gloucestershire and University of Derby for the likely progression of our CMI Level 7 qualified students onto the university's Top-Up MBA Programme - conditions apply. Also, CCIM has an agreement with the Markfield Institute of Higher Education (MIHE) for the progression of our CMI Level 7 qualified students onto MIHE’s MA in Islamic Banking, Finance & Management programme (3 Short modules + Dissertation). The degree is awarded by the University of Gloucestershire. The Level 7 Diploma in Management's credit rating with the Open University (90 M points) means that most UK universities give you credit towards relevant degrees, Masters, MBA or any other postgraduate programmes. Some of these universities include; Bolton University, Coventry University, Durham Business School, De Montfort University, University of Greenwich Business School, Kingston University, University of Westminster, Harrow Business School, London South Bank University, University of Southampton etc. Job prospects: This course meets the ever-changing needs of managers wishing to extend their skills and knowledge in strategic management & leadership. You may expect job offers in the sector of your specialisation in senior managerial roles.