Planning Change in the Workplace


In Norwich

£ 325 VAT inc.


  • Type


  • Location


  • Duration

    1 Day

Understand the forces for change in an organisation. Understand planning for change in an organisation. Understand continuous improvement in an organisation.
Suitable for: First Line Managers Small Business Owners Teachers



Start date

Norwich (Norfolk)
See map
Drayton Old Lodge, 146 Drayton High Road, NR8 6AN

Start date

On request

About this course

Delegates must attend an induction session if they wish to certify this course with ILM Delegates would benefit from some management experience. Delegates must be able to undertake a work based assignment within their organisation if they wish to certify this unit

Questions & Answers

Add your question

Our advisors and other users will be able to reply to you

Who would you like to address this question to?

Fill in your details to get a reply

We will only publish your name and question


Teachers and trainers (2)

Bev Cadby

Bev Cadby


Bev is a qualified teacher and former Head of Department. She now specialises in management coaching, training and development.

Mark Merrywest

Mark Merrywest


Mark is a qualified teacher and former head of department with experience in running teams and his own business.

Course programme

This course helps you to use proven management techniques to identify forces for organisational change.

You’ll learn to:

  • understand and communicate the benefits change can bring.
  • plan for change effectively
  • communicate the needs for change to your team.

The course also develops the concept of Continuous Improvement. You’ll be shown why it’s vital that your business continually improves and adapts its products and services to safeguard ongoing productivity.

You’ll learn how to identify those improvements, how to make them happen and how to secure the commitment of others to a Continuous Improvement programme.

Additional information


This course can be delivered as a private session within your organisation. It can be delivered separately or as one of three units which make up the ILM Level 3 Award in Effective Management

Career opportunities:

Leadership and Management Development

Students per class: 6
Contact person: Mark Merrywest

Planning Change in the Workplace

£ 325 VAT inc.