Who are the ILM and what do they do?

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The Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) are the UK’s largest awarding body for leadership and management qualifications. Maintaining over 2,500 approved centres and servicing more than 90,000 learners every year, ILM qualifications are designed to complement and expand upon an individuals’ role at work.

Globally recognised qualification

ILM qualifications are recognised by employers and education centres throughout the UK, meaning that any credits earned can be used in not only in the workplace, but also at some universities, where completed units count towards course credit. Work is carried out not only to a national standard, but also to those within the European Qualification Framework, providing an unprecedented level of transferability. Furthermore, the ILM has centres worldwide, so your qualification will be recognised across the globe.

How am I assessed?

Although assessment can come in various shapes and sizes, most ILM modules come with a written assignment aspect, aimed at gauging learners understanding of the modules. Each level takes on a slightly different form and has a different level of expectation, ranging from descriptive tasks, developing then to explanations and assessments of one’s self and practices and finally to critical analysis.

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