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ILM Level 7 Certificate in Leadership and Management

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The ILM Level 7 Certificate in Leadership and Management is unique in that it allows the learner to identify and undertake a robust data-driven enquiry, based on an investigative proposal negotiated with their own stakeholders. The projects serve as a basis for developing and evaluating a high-level business cases to further their organisations' strategic aims or priorities.

Current senior managers and highly qualified trainers mentor the candidates as they complete their projects. Additionally, the candidates actively participate in a learning community with their peers, exploring their personal strategic management styles and giving feedback to each other.

Joanne Zebedee, lead trainer, has been training senior managers for over 15 years: "TWN and I strongly encourage senior leaders to undertake this new, exciting qualification that complements learning to current work place demands and responsibilities."

Norma Shearer, CEO of TWN: "By investing in management development and change leadership, organisations can ensure that their leaders are confident in their abilities and able to lead employees and further the strategic aims of the organisation."

There are no formal entry requirements. All senior managers and completers of ILM Level 5 & 6 qualifications or the Level 7 award are encouraged to apply.

For the course description and schedule, download the flyer. Details about the ILM Level 7 programme can be found here.

 

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Six delegates attend Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict

'Women are the ultimate victims of violence but they are also the ultimate sources of change.' - Judy Cheng Hopkins, UN Assistant Secretary General

As an Organisation in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council since 2012 (United Nations), TWN successfully approached OFMDFM with the idea of the Gender Equality Unit sponsoring six grassroots women delegates to attend the Summit in order to bring back learning to Northern Ireland. 

Read more: Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict

 

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£1000 raised for Macmillan Cancer Support in memory of Paula Heath, a great friend of TWN

TWN is delighted to announce that £1,000 were raised for Macmillan Cancer Support at our Extending Positive Relations Awards Gala held at Ramada Plaza Hotel on 27 March 2014 in memory of Paula Heath, a very courageous woman who passed away on 6th December 2012 after 6 years of battling cancer.

Presenting the cheque on behalf of TWN is Paula's daughter Laoise Kielty (11) who selected Macmillan as the receiving charity as the Macmillan nurses were so kind and good to her mum. Presenting with Laoise are her two sisters Naoimh (not pictured) and Eimear O'Caoilte, who is also a member of TWN staff. Paula was a highly sought after caterer and received many compliments for her delicious catering for TWN over the years.

Representing Macmillan is Claire Brown, New Business Manager: 'It was a pleasure to meet the team at TWN, and receive their fantastic donation in memory of their colleague and friend Paula. The generosity of all who attended the Awards Gala has been astounding and I thank them as well as thanking Paula's daughters and family for choosing Macmillan as their nominated charity." Claire continued, "We receive no government support therefore this donation is particularly welcomed and will make a difference to people and their families across Northern Ireland."


Read more: £1000 raised for Macmillan Cancer Support

   

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