First Line Management


The First Line Management qualification is an Ofqual regulated professional qualification. The programme consists of three modules that have been specifically written to support secondary school teachers in their endeavour to explicitly teach character qualities and leadership skills to their pupils.


Module 1 - The leader

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This module aims to help pupils to understand:

The impact of the leader on the organisation.
Organisational culture, values and ethics.


By the end of the module pupils should be able to:

Appreciate the role of the team leader in establishing and maintaining integrity, fairness and consistency in action planning and decision making.


Module 2 - Leadership styles

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This module aims to help pupils to understand:

The relationship between management and leadership.
How to identify opportunities for leadership development.


By the end of the module pupils should be able to:

Provide an overview of ‘action-centred’ leadership.


Module 3 - Building a shared sense of purpose

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This module aims to help pupils to understand:

How to establish a culture of mutual trust and respect.
How to motivate others.


By the end of the module pupils should be able to:

Explain how to develop your team’s knowledge of its shared purpose and organisational direction.


Assessment

Assessment is by way of one, externally assessed, written assignment (2500 words). The assignment is set and marked by TFL Education Ltd. If all the learning outcomes have been met, the student will be awarded their professional qualification. If any of the learning outcomes are not met, specific guidance will be given on the additional work required.


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