This short online course will introduce learners to a range of change management practices, theories and activities that support knowledge for implementing change within the workplace.
The course will explore different approaches to managing changes within an organisation and the common models organisations follow to ensure that change can happen in a structured and sensible manner.
During this course, learners will be able to explore their own change situations and complete activities using selected practical techniques specifically designed to support introduction to change.
This course covers the following themes:
- Identifying your own attitude to change
- Understanding common reactions to workplace change
- Identifying common reasons for these reactions
- Exploring four key models and theories relating to change management
- Applying techniques to complete a practice activity.
This is an online course studied via distance learning. To complete this course, learners will need access to a computer and a basic level of IT knowledge.
Studying via distance learning means learners can choose when and where they study. A dedicated Learner Support Advisor provides support to learners throughout the course.
Who is suitable?
This course is ideal for anyone who has management or operational decision-making responsibilities in an organisation. It would also be suitable for those aspiring to secure a management role and gain practical skills in change management. The course would also benefit anyone who is new to line management or who is looking to progress their career or change into a career in management.
Full or partial funding for this course is dependent upon age, employment status and level of income. Learners must meet one or more eligibility criteria that includes:
- Working in a small to medium sized business (less than 250 employees)
- Living in either Greater Manchester or Lancashire
- On a part-time or temporary contract
- In receipt of in-work Universal Credit
- At risk of redundancy or have recently been made redundant
- Aged 19+