Resource Strategic Change Facilitators

CERTIFICATION, QUALIFICATION AND AWARDS - OPTION

ILM Logo Resource Strategic Change Facilitators in conjunction with the Institute of Leadership and Management and Leeds Metropolitan University (LMU) provides individuals with the opportunity to gain recognition of the training they have completed and a Professional Qualification in Facilitation (through Leeds Metropolitan University).

INSTITUTE OF LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT

The Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM - www.i-l-m.com) provides endorsement of the Programme and thereby giving participants recognition of the effort and achievement and the skills they have acquired. The endorsement and recognition of the programmes by the UK (and Europe’s) foremost professional body in the field of leadership and management adds value and credibility to their achievement.
Institute of Leadership and Management Accreditation Participants can choose to take the ‘Endorsed’ or the ‘Development’ option.

The ‘Development’ Programme is a learning experience.

The ‘Endorsed’ Option involves an assessment of the participant’s skill as a Process improvement Facilitator.


Applies to
Stage 1

Applies to
Stage 2



ILM is the Awarding Body


Development Programme
The Recognition as a Development Programmes by ILM means that all aspects of programme delivery have been evaluated by the same professional staff that also approve centres to offer ILM qualifications, using similar criteria. It does not, however, contain an assessment element.
This rigorous process means that the Programme is has gained ILM recognition as being of the highest quality.
The Development Programme is largely the same as an Endorsed Programme, but the distinction is that participant assessment is NOT required.
This award is applied to the Stage 1: 2-Day Module.

Endorsed Programme
The Recognition as an Endorsed Programme by ILM means that all aspects of programme delivery and assessment have been evaluated by the same professional staff that also approve centres to offer ILM qualifications, using similar criteria.
This rigorous process means that the Programme is has gained ILM recognition as being of the highest quality, even though it does not fit into the prescribed format or requirements (content or assessment) for national qualifications (e.g. NVQ/VQ). It is important to recognise that ILM Endorsed programmes are NOT qualifications.

The Programme is based on general or specific areas of management and/or leadership, coaching/mentoring or enterprise, and the aim is to enhance or develop the knowledge and/or skills of managers/ leaders within the organisation. The title of the programme has to accurately reflect the management, leadership, enterprise or coaching content and context.
Whilst no indication of programme ‘level’ is normally provided, the duration of the programme is indicated on the ’certificate’. The programme will include participant assessment. This assessment will relate to, or reflect, the objectives of the trainee, so that they draw direct benefits from the programme. ILM is keen to promote and encourage innovative methods of assessment including proposals for group assessment and so we would be using the ‘real life’ practical tasks to assess participants and using video to capture people’s review of the lessons learnt.
This award is applied to the full 5-Day (Stages 1 and 2) Programme (2 + 3 days)

Learning Contract
The participants will undertake work-related study alongside Stage 3 of the Programme. This study would require them to complete an assignment that demonstrated the application of the learning in the work place and show how the approach, models, tools and techniques helped them in finding solutions to acute problems.
Participants would gain 20 points towards a Masters (which requires 180 points) or the equivalent at Degree level.
This route for individuals who already have experience in their role or have a degree and are thinking of moving on to Masters level.

Advanced Professional Diploma (in Facilitation)
The ADP is awarded to those participants who have successfully completed Stage 3 of the Process Iceberg® Facilitation Programme. Participants would undertake work-related study alongside Stage 4 of the Programme. This study would require them to complete an extended assignment that demonstrated the application of the learning in the work place and show how the approach, models, tools and techniques helped them in finding solutions to acute problems.
Participants would gain 20 points towards a Masters (which requires 180 points) or the equivalent at Degree level.
This route for individuals who already have experience in their role or have a degree and are thinking of moving on to Masters level.

OPTION 3: RESOURCE STRATEGIC CHANGE FACILITATORS CERTIFICATE
Resource Strategic Change Facilitators awards everyone who takes part in the Programme a Certificate, which recognises their learning and acquisition of the skills, associated with Process Improvement Facilitation. Many past participants have their certificate framed to remind them of the experience and the pride they feel in having taken part in the Programme.
This option is for those who do not want a formal qualification.

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