Who are these qualifications for?
The ILM Level 4 qualifications in management have been designed to give practising or aspiring middle managers a solid foundation for their formal development. They also act as a bridge from Level 3 to Level 5 qualifications, preparing learners for the more rigorous demands of study at a higher level.
Learners are encouraged to choose from a diverse range of units to build their qualification to suit their needs.
Who is this qualification for?
How are the qualifications assessed?
How long will it take?
What support will I get?
ILM Level 4 Award in Management
The Level 4 Award in Management is a concise qualification made up of two mandatory units – Understanding the management role’ and ‘Managing the analysis of secondary data'. Here learners cover research, analysis and group-working skills essential to practising or potential middle managers.
Structure: A minimum of 2 units from Group 1 with a combined credit value between 5 min and 12 max.
ILM Level 4 Certificate in Management
The Level 4 Certificate in Management builds and broadens the skills and knowledge gained in the Award (Please note learners may join the Certificate directly and are not required to undertake the Award as a prerequisite). Participants complete the same two mandatory units as in the Award but develop further by building up their qualification with a selection of optional units.
Structure: Requires between 13 and 36 credits from a choice of units from Group 1 & 2 where Group 1 contains Level 4 units and Group 2 contains unit at Level 3 and 5. A maximum of 6 credits from Group 2.
ILM Level 4 Diploma in Management
The Level 4 Diploma in Management develops a comprehensive range of middle management skills (Please note candidates may join the Diploma directly and are not required to undertake the Certificate as a prerequisite). Learners cover effective decision making and motivation in the workplace in two additional mandatory units and complete their Diploma with a selection of optional units.
Structure: Requires 37 credits or more from a choice of units from Groups 1 & 2. The maximum allowed from Group 2 is 18 credits.