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  • Introduction to Supervision L2

    Managing people is a skill-set that has to be learned and developed, just like everything else. When the opportunity to lead crops up at work, or if you are looking at developing your career to a managerial level in the future, this Introduction to Supervision course will equip you with everything you need to know to bring the best out of your team.

    • Course Description

      ABC Certificate in Introduction to Supervision Level 2

      Course code: PROF06

      Delivery method: Paper based pack

      Course duration: 12 months

      Entry requirements: No prior qualification needed

      Award achieved: ABC Level 2 Certificate in Introduction to Supervision

      Awarding body: ABC

      Managing people is a skill set that has to be learned and developed, just like everything else. When the opportunity to lead crops up at work, or if you are looking at developing your career to a managerial level in the future, this Introduction to Supervision course will equip you with everything you need to know to bring the best out in your team, win respect, lead from the front and motivate everyone, even those more difficult characters.

    • Level 2 certificate in introduction to supervision course overview

      Skills gained

      • Insight into the supervisor role within organisations.
      • Specialist knowledge of the staff appraisal process, as well as recruitment, selection methods and managing grievance and disciplinary procedures.
      • Understanding the decision making process and how to achieve the best outcomes under pressure.

      Course outline

      This course is split into 5 units:

      Unit 1: The Role of the Supervisor

      Unit 2: Supervision and Decision Making

      Unit 3: Employee Performance

      Unit 4: Recruitment and Selection

      Unit 5: Grievance and Disciplinary Procedures

      Course content

      Unit 1: The Role of the Supervisor

      Module 1: Definition and function of supervision

      Module 2: Planning and organising

      Module 3: Staffing, training and development

      Module 4: Leadership and motivation

      Module 4: Controlling and motivation

      Module 5: Health and Safety

      Module 6: Disciplinary and grievances

      Module 7: The four basic models of organisational structure

      Unit 2: Supervision and Decision Making

      Module 1: Types of decision

      Module 2: Structured decision making

      Module 3: SWOT analysis

      Unit 3: Employee Performance

      Module 1: The Performance Cycle

      Module 2: Planning and supporting performance

      Module 3: Appraisal process

      Module 4: Personality and appraisals

      Module 5: Performance management systems

      Module 6: Managing team performance

      Module 7: Problem-solving teams

      Module 8: Team development

      Module 9: Are teams the way forward?

      Unit 4: Recruitment and Selection

      Module 1: Employment conditions

      Module 2: Boundaries in the labour market

      Module 3: Legal requirements

      Module 4: The company image

      Module 5: External recruiting

      Module 6: The procedure of recruitment

      Module 7: Diagnostic interviews

      Unit 5: Grievance and Disciplinary Procedures

      Module 1: The supervisor, grievances and disciplinaries

      Module 2: What is discipline?

      Module 3: What is a grievance

      Module 4: Disciplinary procedures

      Assessment

      This course has no formal exams, however, your dedicated tutor will mark a number of tutor marked assessments (TMAs) to ensure that you have a thorough understanding of the course materials, providing important feedback and help with any trickier aspects of the course. In addition, you will complete a range of self-assessments that ensure you understand the materials as you learn.

      These are for your own information and do not need to be shown to your course tutor.

      Method of study

      Paper based pack

      This course is currently only available in paper-based format, therefore, you will receive the full course materials as well as a useful study guide, crammed full of tips and information to help you get the most out of the learning experience, student skills, techniques for writing your assessment answers and instructions for submitting your TMAs online for marking by your specialist tutor.

      Tutor support

      This Introduction to Supervision course comes with tutor feedback and support by email for 12 months. You tutor will mark your TMAs and provide valuable guidance whenever required, so that you are always able to progress and get the most out of the learning materials.

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