Transition from Colleague to Manager

Course duration: 1 day

Cost: £249 plus vat per person

Location: Manchester

Time: 9.30 am to 4.30 pm

Certification: Delegates will receive a CfA certificate of attendance.  This course can also form part of the underpinning knowledge for our ILM awards.

Payment Options: When checking out, you can either pay upfront or request an invoice to be sent to you to pay later.  

Course introduction

Effective managers set the right example, build good relationships with their staff and manage performance.

This workshop is designed to help delegates to manage the challenges they can face as a workplace leader particularly when dealing with staff.

Course features and benefits

One day workshop focuses on key tools and best practice techniques essential for people managers.

This is an interactive, practical workshop where you will explore what makes a good manager of others.

The learning will help delegates to make the transition from colleague to manager as smooth as possible.

Current managers, team leaders and supervisors will improve and enhance their performance and overall effectiveness in managing people.

Why train with Centre for Assessment?

Centre for Assessment has over 20 years’ experience of delivering leadership and management training.

Trainers have held senior management positions.

We use real life examples and insights from experienced trainers.

Our practical training is reinforced through renowned theories and models.

Who is the course suitable for?

The course is suitable for people new to management or those who wish to improve their effectiveness as a people manager.


What will I learn? 

Course content includes:

  • The difference between management and leadership
  • Making the transition to a manager of others
  • The role of an inspirational leader
  • Overcoming the challenges of becoming a new manager
  • How to handle workplace conflict
  • Dealing effectively with difficult behaviour
  • Balancing demands
  • Delegation and successful task management

In-house delivery

This training is also available for in-house delivery, where we can tailor the course content to suit your specific requirements.

To request a quote for in-house training, please contact us below.

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