(SFw) Develop Team Leaders through Capability Development and Coaching

Creating an Enabling Culture to Lead

Course Code

TGS-2019504565

Support period:
26 Aug 2019 - 25 Aug 2023

Duration

9.00am to 6.00pm
2 days (18.25 hours)
- 16.25 hours facilitated workshop
- 2 hours assessment

Venue

Marina Square or similar

Funding

WSS/MCES/Absentee Payroll

Who should attend?

  • Aspiring Professionals, Managers and Executives (PMEs) who have yet to lead a team but are interested to be future-ready for the opportunity
  • Managers who are new to leading teams
  • Existing managers who wish to learn structured tools and techniques to build capabilities within their teams
  • Seasoned managers who wish to improve the way they coach and build capability within their teams

Methodology

The training programme will be delivered through a combination of e-learning, interactive short lectures, class exercises and discussions, case-studies, guided reflection, role plays and various learning activities to achieve the desired learning outcome.

Mode of Assessment

  • Case study
  • Written assessment

Certification Obtained

Upon successfully demonstrating competence in all the knowledge and skills requirements, you will be awarded a Statement of Attainment (SOA) by SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG).

More Information on EON Leadership 4.0 Series and LPM WSQ

EON Leadership 4.0 Series is a solutions-based programme designed to equip aspiring and existing leaders and managers in three important leadership pillars (leading with head, heart and hands) in order to excel in the era of Industry 4.0.

EON Leadership 4.0 Series consists of 3 modules as follows:

  • M1 Department Strategy Development and Driving Team Results for Managers
  • M2 Capability Development and Coaching For Managers
  • M3 Conducting Performance Appraisal Discussion Successfully

The Leadership & People Management (LPM) Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) provides a leadership development roadmap for enterprise leaders.

It enables leaders and managers to keep up-to-date with the latest people management trends and practices and allows them to gain formal recognition of their competencies through competency based training within a nationally recognised framework.

LPM WSQ offers 4 qualifications to help individual develop leadership competencies at different levels of leadership:

  • WSQ Graduate Diploma in Organisational Leadership
  • WSQ Specialist Diploma in Leadership & People Management
  • WSQ Professional Diploma in Leadership & People Management
  • WSQ Advanced Certificate in Team Leadership

To achieve a full qualification, you need to complete 8 competency modules comprising 6 core and 2 elective units

Click here for a listing of LPM WSQ qualifications, as well as the core and elective units for each qualification.

This course one of the elective units [any Technical Skills and Competencies (TSCs) referencing any Skills Framework] for the qualification “WSQ Professional Diploma in Leadership & People Management”.

Currently, EON offers the following courses that will lead to the qualification “WSQ Professional Diploma in Leadership & People Management”:

EON will be introducing more courses in due time relating to the rest of the 4 core and 1 elective units leading to the qualification “WSQ Professional Diploma in Leadership & People Management”.

Generally, participants who are certified ‘Competent’ at the end of a WSQ LPM course will receive a Statement of Attainment (SOA).

The MySkillsFuture Portal managed by the SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) will be updated of your SOA records, regardless of where you attended the LPM WSQ course.

Once you have met the requirements for a full LPM WSQ qualification, the SkillsConnect Portal will automatically generate an e-certificate of the LPM WSQ qualification for you to download via the portal.

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