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Ian Andrew Head of Business Development
High quality management – key to success in these challenging times
Ambition UK – a world class nation by 2020; in the top 8 countries in the world for skills, jobs and productivity* However We are just short of being world class in terms of employment (jobs) – we were ranked 10 th ; and productivity – where we were ranked 11 th. Regarding skills, despite significant progress in recent years we were ranked 12 th, 18 th and 17 th on high, intermediate and low level skills respectively. We will not achieve our world class ambition in the area of skills if things remain as they are. * UKCES’ 2010 report
Raising the skill levels of the UK workforce. 44% increase (3 million) in numbers achieving high level qualifications Numbers without any qualifications declined by more than 1.5 million or 26%. But more needs to be done for: The UK invest less in management development than almost every other European country Organisations which do not train and develop their people are 2.5 times more likely to fail than those that do Some facts
Lifelong Learning UK ceased as an SSC on 31 March 2011 and transferred activities to the Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS) LSIS to continue focus on standards, qualifications and frameworks LLUK’s last report* highlighted UK’s skills priorities as: Collaboration and partnership working Skills relating to the utilisation of e-technology Management skills Basic skills of literacy and numeracy as well as ICT skills Welsh language skills across Wales Transferable skills, including communications, interpersonal and ICT skills Skills relating to strategic leadership and planning Focus on skills [ * Sector Skills Assessment 2010 UK Summary Report, Lifelong Learning UK]
Skills & Employability Improving ability of graduates to transfer to the workplace CMI employer research shows that: - 67% do not believe graduates have the necessary employability skills - 49% say young people are not adequately prepared for managing others - 50% say that management skills should be taught in schools HE & FE need to look at developing management skills as part of the traditional degree
Managers are the largest occupational group and will continue to be so in the future. The number of managers across the UK is forecast to rise from 3m in 2007 to 3.6m by 2020. (previously 4.8 million to 5.7 million) By 2020 managers and senior officials will make up 11.1 per cent of all those employed. 1.1 million managerial jobs have been created since the turn of the 21 st century, making it the fastest growing occupational group. 1.9 million required up to 2020 The future
Only 1 in 5 managers are qualified Only 1 in 3 organisations provide management or supervisory training 63% have no formal training 36% of employers say their managers are not proficient 70% of managers have witnessed bullying in their workplaces in the past 3 years 30% of managers believe the management style within their organisation is authoritarian Top 3 prevailing management styles in the UK are authoritarian, reactive and bureaucratic The Statistics
Chartered Management Institute CMI is a professional body. It is the only chartered professional body dedicated to raising standards of management and leadership across all sectors of UK commerce and industry. By setting minimum professional standards – built into our qualifications, membership criteria and learning resources – we recognise individual capability and give employers confidence in their managers’ performance.
90,000 members 683 Approved Centres delivering our qualifications Demand for CMI qualifications continues to grow year on year Over 36,000 people have registered to take a CMI qualification in the last 12 months
Campus CMI is working with 150 schools delivering management qualifications for students at levels 2 & 3 CMI continues to support initiatives like Year in Industry providing tomorrow’s captains of industry with management qualifications during their gap year “internship” CMI continues to lobby for Management and Leadership to be a core subject in all apprenticeship and degree programmes CMI continues to build progression routes in and through centres from vocational and professional qualifications to FE and HE qualifications CMI continues to place Chartered Manager as the ultimate goal for all students on management qualifications What’s new?
Durham Business School Durham Business School runs one of CMI’s most successful qualifications centres and offers CMI’s qualifications in parallel with its own. Programme Director Richard Whitaker believes this adds to the business school’s success. He also finds that providing the CMI qualifications alongside the academic ones gives students an alternative route: “The two types of qualification work well together”, he says. “This approach of combining qualifications also helps with programme promotion, as the benefits of both sets of qualifications can be stressed.”
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