UK charities are increasingly recognising the importance of investing in their aspiring managers across all levels of skill and competence.
In the past year, many charities have unexpectedly lost their great managers as people continue to exit their roles. Facing the ‘great resignation’ across the sector, charities without learning and development strategies in place are losing talent faster than they can recruit. Investing in your employees with award-winning management programmes, accredited by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), will allow your organisation to attract and retain the best talent.
Learn more about the management programmes we offer for the Third Sector:
Blended learning delivery model, flexible learning content in a range of formats + bite-sized, practical projects to embed learning
Upon completion, learners will receive a Management qualification relevant to their course
Fortnightly coaching with a Professional Development Expert + hands-on workshops delivered by experienced data scientists
An award-winning curriculum that is fully funded through the Apprenticeship Levy
Who is the programme for?
These management programmes are designed for high-potential talent who aspire to succeed as a manager in the third sector. Candidates will already have some management responsibilities and want to further develop their skills to support the next step in their careers. They should be committed to their professional development, keen to learn new skills, and open to the benefits of one-to-one coaching.
Strategic and impactful skills development for emerging and aspiring managers is now critical for business performance and the economy at large. In response, Corndel, one of the UK’s leading workplace training and development partners, have expanded their highly successful management programmes to offer world-class, high impact development training to the Third Sector. All funded through the Apprenticeship Levy.