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Chartered Manager

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Chartered Manager


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CMgr - the mark of excellence

We know that high-quality managers and leaders lead change; they improve performance, embed strategic thinking into practice, exceed targets, and are role models to others.

Chartered Manager Benefits


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The Impact of Chartered Manager


make significant savings
exceed their targets
develop new products
improve operations

CMI survey of 535 Chartered Managers working in both large and small profit and not-for-profit companies.


Introduction

The award of Chartered Manager is the highest status that can be achieved in management and leadership. Awarded only by the Chartered Management Institute, the award of Chartered Manager is recognised throughout the public and private sectors and across all management disciplines.

TFL Education have partnered with the Chartered Management Institute to bring this prestigious award to the Business sector. The award provides Business managers and leaders with the opportunity to reflect on the practical application of skills to create impact, and evaluates expertise in leading people and managing change.


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Accredited Programmes

As an approved Royal Chartered Management Institute Chartered Manager Assessment Centre we are authorised to provide direct, quality assured, assessment and verification services.


The Process

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Going through the CMI process supported by Aiden Harper was challenging and thought-provoking. Aiden's input as an advisor and assessor really enhanced the experience. Aiden was incredibly responsive, quickly getting back to discuss any questions I had and enabling me to move through the process at a good pace. His feedback and questions prompted me to reflect on my achievements and plans. He supported me in improving the quality of my submission by being an excellent role model for the CMI sub-skills; all of which he demonstrated with professionalism and empathy. The process was thoroughly worthwhile. It provided very powerful and useful professional learning for me. I can recommend using the TFL Education Assessment Centre for CMI Accreditation.

Karen Ardley | Director | Karen Ardley Associates

Could you be a Chartered Manager?


You will need to meet the following criteria:

Chartered Manager - Chartered Member Grade

Degree level qualification and 3 years management experience or no degree level qualification, but 5 years experience at operational or senior management level.

Chartered Manager - Chartered Fellow Grade

Degree level qualification and 10 years management experience, with 3 years at strategic level or no degree level qualification, but 10 years experience at operational or senior management level, with 3 years at strategic level.

Evidenced through academic certification and/or curriculum vitae

* University degree qualifications accepted (BSc or BA) or higher (MSc, MBA or MA, PHD) with Management, Leadership or Business at its core or in the course title. Additional qualifications confirmed by CMI include CEng, CIMA, ACCA, Chartered CIPD and NPQH.

What is in it for me?


* Chartered Manager (CMgr) gives you more than just post nominals after your name - it is a career-defining attribute.
* Chartered Manager provides evidence of your experience of leading people and managing change.
* Chartered Manager shows your integrity and commitment to ethical behaviour.
* Chartered Manager is a stimulus to career progression - helping you become more self-aware.
* Chartered Manager provides parity with other Chartered professionals.

What are the benefits of working with us?


* Your prior qualifications and/or experience are taken into account.
* You complete a written submission and telephone interview.
* You have a personal tutor to support and guide you through the process.
* You have access to the Chartered Management Institute's ManagementDirect online learning platform.
* You can be recognised as a Chartered Manager in under 10 hours.



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