The Institute of Management has set up an initiative with the British Transport Police which will lead to a Diploma in Management for police officers. The course has been designed to help officers acquire the skills and expertise for middle management positions.
The course covers subjects in operational strategy, finance management, people empowerment and information management. It will involve a series of work-based assignments, textbook examples and workshops.
Glyn Macken, director of management at the Institute of Management, commented: “By implementing tailor-made training programmes, organisations can equip their management teams with the relevant skills for organisational success.”
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