Change Leadership (Special Purpose Award, Level 9)
This Certificate in Change Leadership is a 10 Credit Level 9 programme designed to enable participants to develop their knowledge and skill as creative leaders in their chosen field. The core areas include; leadership theory, principles & emerging trends, creativity, the psychology of teams and organisational change.
This programme is primarily for those at work in the business, community and voluntary sector who seek further professional development to progress their career in management or leadership. It is also for those seeking new skills who already have an undergraduate or equivalent qualification. The ideal candidate is someone who wishes to develop their personal and interpersonal capacity to become an effective change agent in their relevant field.
QQI Level 8 award or equivalent qualification and/or relevant life and work experience.
Mature students (23 years of age on 1st January preceding application) can apply.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE: Applicants who do not have English as their first language must ensure they satisfy English Language requirements. For entry to undergraduate courses, a minimum score of 5.5 in an IELTS exam is required. For postgraduate courses, a minimum of 6.0 is required. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure their English proficiency meets these requirements.
Modules: Change Leadership: Leadership models, creativity, team psychology and change processes.
Programme Delivery Mode
This programme is delivered with a mixture of online and classroom delivery. Some of the content will be delivered online with the remaining involving either lectures/practicals/tutorials delivered at the LIT Clonmel Campus.
Postgraduate Certificate in Change Leadership (Special Purpose Award, Level 9, 10 Credits).
How to Apply
Applicants must apply for these programmes on the Springboard website, using the following link:
“Springboard+ is co-funded by the Government of Ireland and the European Social Fund as part of the ESF programme for employability, inclusion and learning 2014-2020.”