Become an Accredited

Middle Manager

The Global Qualification

Internationally Recognized CertificationThe Global Institute of Accredited Managers

The Middle Management Qualifications

Select one of the 3 qualification programs below. Credits can be carried forward between qualifications.

Certificate in Middle Management

  • Credits: 42
  • Courses 7
  • Duration: 2 months
  • Fees: £360 (from £107 per month)
  • Exam fees: Included

Diploma in Middle Management

  • Credits: 78
  • Courses 13
  • Duration: 4 months
  • Fees: £640 (from £127 per month)
  • Exam fees: Included

Advanced Diploma in Middle Management

  • Credits: 120
  • Courses 20
  • Duration: 6 months
  • Fees: £960 (from £127 per month)
  • Exam fees: Included

Key Features of the Program

Best Practice Online Learning

All Global courses are delivered online using leading technologies and accessible on all devices 24/7. All courses in the program include lectures, video clips, quizzes and downloadable learning manuals and additional resources.

Accredited Manager Certification

On completion of both the Diploma and Advanced Diploma courses and examinations, you will be eligible for the prestigous ACCREDITED MANAGER QUALIFICATION from the Institute of Accredited Managers.

Exam Preparation

The courses in the Diploma and Advanced Diploma programs are designed to meet the specifications of the I.A.M examinations and are approved by the I.A.M. On completion of the assessment in the online courses, learners will have well prepared to succeed in the examinations.

Continuos Tutor Support

Throughout your learning program you will receive continuous online and email support from your personal tutor. Your tutor will also guide you through the program and advise on your registration for the final examinations.

The Middle Management Courses

Certificate in Middle Management

  • Credits: 42
  • Courses 7

Program Content

  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Leadership
  • Unit 3: The Evolution of Leadership
  • Unit 4: Effective Leadership and Performance
  • Unit 5: Understanding Leadership Styles
  • Unit 6: Situational Leadership
  • Unit 7: Using the 3 Leadership Styles
  • Unit 8: Transformational Leadership
  • Unit 9: Assess your Leadership Effectiveness
  • Unit 1); Wrapping-Up and Further Learning
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Performance Management
  • Unit 3: The Manager’s Role
  • Unit 4: Team Performance Planning
  • Unit 5: Allocating Work
  • Unit 6: Preparing for the Review Meeting
  • Unit 7: Conducting the Performance Review
  • Unit 8: Providing Effective Feedback
  • Unit 9: Performance Planning
  • Unit 10: Development Planning
  • Unit 11: Managing Under-performance
  • Unit 12: Wrapping Up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Emotional Intelligence
  • Unit 3: Models of Emotional Intelligence
  • Unit 4: Self-Awareness
  • Unit 5: Self-Management
  • Unit 6: Social Awareness
  • Unit 7: Relationship Management
  • Unit 8: EI and Leadership Styles
  • Unit 9: Applying the 6 Leadership Styles
  • Unit 10: Wrapping-Up And Further Learning
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Management Theory and Delegation
  • Unit 3: Understanding Delegation
  • Unit 4: The Preparing to Delegate
  • Unit 5: Knowing Who and What
  • Unit 6: Briefing
  • Unit 7: Progress and Support
  • Unit 8: Evaluation and Learning
  • Unit 9: Barriers to delegation
  • Unit 10: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Budgets
  • Unit 3: Budgetary Planning
  • Unit 4: The Budgeting Process
  • Unit 5: Implementing the Budget
  • Unit 6: Controlling the Budget
  • Unit 7: Reporting Processes
  • Unit 8: Budgeting Best Practices
  • Unit 9: Wrapping up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Diversity
  • Unit 3: Understanding Stereotypes
  • Unit 4: Understanding Discrimination
  • Unit 5: Coping with Discrimination
  • Unit 6: Dealing with Diversity Complaints
  • Unit 7: Managing Cross-Cultural Communication
  • Unit 8: Promoting Diversity
  • Unit 9: Review Equality and Diversity Management in your own Organization
  • Unit 10: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Leadership
  • Unit 3: The Evolution of Leadership
  • Unit 4: Leadership Styles
  • Unit 5: Situational Leadership
  • Unit 6: Transformational Leadership
  • Unit 7: Learning Leadership
  • Unit 8: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: The Importance of Customer Loyalty
  • Unit 3: The Customer Focused Business
  • Unit 4: CRM and Marketing
  • Unit 5: CRM and Sales
  • Unit 6: Key Account Management
  • Unit 7: CRM and Customer service
  • Unit 8: The Supply Chain and CRM
  • Unit 9: Supply Chain Management and CRM
  • Unit 10: ERP systems and CRM
  • Unit 11: Selecting a CRM system for your Business
  • Unit 12: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Continuous Improvement
  • Unit 3: Understanding Process
  • Unit 4: Process Variation and Control
  • Unit 5: Improving Processes
  • Unit 6: Understanding 6 Sigma
  • Unit 7: Understanding lean
  • Unit 8 Understanding the 7 Wastes
  • Unit 9: Using 5S
  • Unit 10: Using JIT
  • Unit 11: Value Steam Mapping
  • Unit 12: Assessing your Organization’s Readiness
  • Unit 13: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Organizations
  • Unit 3: Understanding Organization Structure
  • Unit 4: Organization Departments and Functions
  • Unit 5: Knowing your Stakeholders
  • Unit 6: Knowing the Business Environment
  • Unit 7: Understanding Organization Culture
  • Unit 8. Models of Organization Culture
  • Unit 9. Applying Culture Theory
  • Unit 10: Understanding Own Values and Behavior as Manager
  • Unit 11: Understand Business Ethics
  • Unit 12: Values, Culture & Leadership
  • Unit 13: Becoming an Ethical leader
  • Unit 14: Wrapping-up

Diploma in Middle Management

  • Credits: 78
  • Courses 13

Program Content

  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Leadership
  • Unit 3: The Evolution of Leadership
  • Unit 4: Effective Leadership and Performance
  • Unit 5: Understanding Leadership Styles
  • Unit 6: Situational Leadership
  • Unit 7: Using the 3 Leadership Styles
  • Unit 8: Transformational Leadership
  • Unit 9: Assess your Leadership Effectiveness
  • Unit 1); Wrapping-Up and Further Learning
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Performance Management
  • Unit 3: The Manager’s Role
  • Unit 4: Team Performance Planning
  • Unit 5: Allocating Work
  • Unit 6: Preparing for the Review Meeting
  • Unit 7: Conducting the Performance Review
  • Unit 8: Providing Effective Feedback
  • Unit 9: Performance Planning
  • Unit 10: Development Planning
  • Unit 11: Managing Under-performance
  • Unit 12: Wrapping Up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Emotional Intelligence
  • Unit 3: Models of Emotional Intelligence
  • Unit 4: Self-Awareness
  • Unit 5: Self-Management
  • Unit 6: Social Awareness
  • Unit 7: Relationship Management
  • Unit 8: EI and Leadership Styles
  • Unit 9: Applying the 6 Leadership Styles
  • Unit 10: Wrapping-Up And Further Learning
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Management Theory and Delegation
  • Unit 3: Understanding Delegation
  • Unit 4: The Preparing to Delegate
  • Unit 5: Knowing Who and What
  • Unit 6: Briefing
  • Unit 7: Progress and Support
  • Unit 8: Evaluation and Learning
  • Unit 9: Barriers to delegation
  • Unit 10: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Budgets
  • Unit 3: Budgetary Planning
  • Unit 4: The Budgeting Process
  • Unit 5: Implementing the Budget
  • Unit 6: Controlling the Budget
  • Unit 7: Reporting Processes
  • Unit 8: Budgeting Best Practices
  • Unit 9: Wrapping up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Diversity
  • Unit 3: Understanding Stereotypes
  • Unit 4: Understanding Discrimination
  • Unit 5: Coping with Discrimination
  • Unit 6: Dealing with Diversity Complaints
  • Unit 7: Managing Cross-Cultural Communication
  • Unit 8: Promoting Diversity
  • Unit 9: Review Equality and Diversity Management in your own Organization
  • Unit 10: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Leadership
  • Unit 3: The Evolution of Leadership
  • Unit 4: Leadership Styles
  • Unit 5: Situational Leadership
  • Unit 6: Transformational Leadership
  • Unit 7: Learning Leadership
  • Unit 8: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: The Importance of Customer Loyalty
  • Unit 3: The Customer Focused Business
  • Unit 4: CRM and Marketing
  • Unit 5: CRM and Sales
  • Unit 6: Key Account Management
  • Unit 7: CRM and Customer service
  • Unit 8: The Supply Chain and CRM
  • Unit 9: Supply Chain Management and CRM
  • Unit 10: ERP systems and CRM
  • Unit 11: Selecting a CRM system for your Business
  • Unit 12: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Continuous Improvement
  • Unit 3: Understanding Process
  • Unit 4: Process Variation and Control
  • Unit 5: Improving Processes
  • Unit 6: Understanding 6 Sigma
  • Unit 7: Understanding lean
  • Unit 8 Understanding the 7 Wastes
  • Unit 9: Using 5S
  • Unit 10: Using JIT
  • Unit 11: Value Steam Mapping
  • Unit 12: Assessing your Organization’s Readiness
  • Unit 13: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Organizations
  • Unit 3: Understanding Organization Structure
  • Unit 4: Organization Departments and Functions
  • Unit 5: Knowing your Stakeholders
  • Unit 6: Knowing the Business Environment
  • Unit 7: Understanding Organization Culture
  • Unit 8. Models of Organization Culture
  • Unit 9. Applying Culture Theory
  • Unit 10: Understanding Own Values and Behavior as Manager
  • Unit 11: Understand Business Ethics
  • Unit 12: Values, Culture & Leadership
  • Unit 13: Becoming an Ethical leader
  • Unit 14: Wrapping-up

Advanced Diploma in Middle Management

  • Credits: 120
  • Courses 20

Program Content

  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Managing for Performance
  • Unit 3: Understanding Organization Strategy
  • Unit 4: Implementing Business Strategy
  • Unit 5: Management by Objectives
  • Unit 6: The Functions of Management
  • Unit 7: Setting Team Goals
  • Unit 8: Motivating the Team for Performance
  • Unit 9: Goal Setting and Motivation
  • Unit 10: Management Controls and Performance
  • Unit 11: Measuring Performance
  • Unit 12: Using the Balanced Scorecard
  • Unit 13: Managing Accountability
  • Unit 14: Feedback for Performance
  • Unit 15: Learning Management
  • Unit 16: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Managing Business Finances
  • Unit 3: The Manager’s Role
  • Unit 4: Sources of Finance
  • Unit 5: The Balance Sheet
  • Unit 6: The Income Statement
  • Unit 7: The Cash Flow Statement
  • Unit 8: Understanding Budgeting
  • Unit 9: Managing the Budget
  • Unit 10: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Operations
  • Unit 3: The Planning Function
  • Unit 4: Developing the Operations Plan
  • Unit 5: Contingency Plans
  • Unit 6: Resource Planning
  • Unit 7: Workforce Planning
  • Unit 8: Production Planning and Scheduling
  • Unit 9: Workforce Scheduling
  • Unit 10: Control – Monitoring and Review
  • Unit 11: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Discipline
  • Unit 3: The Legal Context
  • Unit 4: Disciplinary Policy and Procedures
  • Unit 5: Managing Under-Performance
  • Unit 6: Counseling and Support
  • Unit 7: The Disciplinary Investigation
  • Unit 8: The Disciplinary Meeting
  • Unit 9: Monitoring Employees
  • Unit 10: Terminating Employees
  • Unit 11: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Business Environment Analysis
  • Unit 3: Competitive Forces Analysis
  • Unit 4: Competitor Analysis
  • Unit 5: SWOT Analysis
  • Unit 6: Quantitative Analysis
  • Unit 7: Knowing your Customers
  • Unit 8: Customer Segmentation
  • Unit 9: Customer Profitability Analysis
  • Unit 10: Pulling it all Together
  • Unit 11: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Marketing Plan Format
  • Unit 3: Situation Analysis
  • Unit 4: Products and Services
  • Unit 5: Marketing Strategy
  • Unit 6: Sales Targets
  • Unit 7: Marketing Budget
  • Unit 8: Marketing Management
  • Unit 9: Writing the Executive Summary
  • Unit 10: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Effective Presentations
  • Unit 3: Knowing your Audience
  • Unit 4: Developing the Content
  • Unit 5: Structuring the Presentation
  • Unit 6: Delivering the Presentation
  • Unit 7: Using Flip Charts
  • Unit 8: Compelling PowerPoint Presentations
  • Unit 9: Managing the Logistics
  • Unit 10: Overcoming Nervousness
  • Unit 11: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Change
  • Unit 3: The Pressure to Change
  • Unit 4: Understanding Change Management
  • Unit 5: The Cost of Failure
  • Unit 6: Preparing for Change
  • Unit 7: Locating Change Opportunities
  • Unit 8: Opportunity Analysis
  • Unit 9: Defining the Change Requirements
  • Unit 10: Kotter’s 8 Step Change Process
  • Unit 11: Planning for Change
  • Unit 12: Mobilizing the Team
  • Unit 13: Communicate the Change
  • Unit 14: Monitoring Progress
  • Unit 15: Overcome Resistance
  • Unit 16: Making it Stick
  • Unit 17: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: The Purpose of Accounting
  • Unit 3: Types of Business Entities
  • Unit 4: The Basics of Accounting
  • Unit 5: Bookkeeping
  • Unit 6: Debits and Credits
  • Unit 7: The Accounting (Financial) Statements
  • Unit 8: Accounting Standards
  • Unit 9: Mathematics for Accounting
  • Unit 10: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Time Management
  • Unit 3: Time Thieves
  • Unit 4: Goal Setting
  • Unit 5: Getting Started with Time Management
  • Unit 6: Planning your Time
  • Unit 7: Prioritizing
  • Unit 8: Dealing with Interruptions
  • Unit 9: Tackling Procrastination
  • Unit 10: Attention Management
  • Unit 11: Organizing your Work
  • Unit 12: Understanding Stress
  • Unit 13: Understanding Stress at Work
  • Unit 14: Your Personal Stress Experience
  • Unit 15: Managing Personal Stress
  • Unit 16: Creating Stress Defences
  • Unit 17: Wrapping-up

Accredited Executive Manager Qualification Exam

On completion of the program, you will be enrolled in the Accredited Executive Manager Examination. On achieving a pass-mark on the examination, you will be awarded the prestigious Accredited Executive Manager Qualification.

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