The Postgraduate Certificate in Leadership and Management programme is designed with flexibility in mind. Each of the modules is taught over three Saturdays thereby minimising the impact on the working week. Delivery will comprise lectures, discussions, group working, role plays, short presentations and simulation exercises.
There are two modes of study available:
The PG Certificate:
A twelve month course where participants choose to study three of the four core modules on offer and then complete a Certificate Project.
- Modular Study
Participants can choose to take as few or as many modules as required. Modules can be “banked” and used to build up to the full Postgraduate Certificate provided that all modules required to achieve this are successfully completed within a three year period.
The course aims to provide a managerial tool-kit and an environment where ideas can be shared and explored through collaborative development and delivery.
The course is designed for those:
- facing challenging situations at work
- currently aspiring to managerial positions
- currently engaged in management who wish to sharpen their knowledge
- who are newly promoted to managerial roles
- looking to formalise their management skills
- considering a formal degree qualification
Each module bears 15 credits. An accumulation of 60 credits will lead to the award of a Postgraduate Certificate in Leadership and Management.
This will made up of a choice of two of the modules below plus the Leading People module and the Certificate Project.
Those wishing to follow the modular pathway can choose to take as few or as many modules as required. Modules can be “banked” and used to build up to the full Postgraduate Certificate provided that all modules are successfully completed within a three year period.
See the website https://www.keele.ac.uk/pgtcourses/leadershipandmanagement/
The course is designed for those who are:
- Facing challenging situations at work
- Currently aspiring to management positions
- Managers who wish to sharpen their knowledge
- Newly promoted to managerial roles
- Looking to formalise their management skills
- Considering studying for a higher degree
Teaching and Assessment
All modules are taught on a Saturday and are assessed by a 2,500 word work-based project and a 1500 word reflective assignment, except for the Certificate project which consists of a 3,000 word work-based project and an individual presentation.
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