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  1. Lead a team, plan, organise and assess their work

  2. P&P4EL Leadership P&P4EL Planning P&P4EL Meetings P&P4EL Performance management Lead a team, plan, organise and assess their work Topics Modules Notional Hours 6 6 8 8 6 6 40 PE416 Understand the basic principles of leadership PE416 Understand the basic functions of management PE416 Apply situational leadership principles PE416 Apply good planning principles PE416 Conduct effective review meetings PE416 Apply good performance management Total Notional Hours

  3. Critical Cross-field Outcomes Identify and solve problems Work effectively with others Communicate effectively Organise and manage myself and my activities Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information Use science and technology effectively and critically Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems Use mathematics Learner and societal development US: ERV Lead a team, plan, organise and assess their work PE416 Understand the basic principles of leadership Be able to identify personal leadership developmental needs Be able to identify the characteristics of good leadership Understand that both management and leadership skills can be developed Understand what the difference between leadership and management is Understand what leadership is

  4. Notional Hours 6 Topic Specification: PE416 Understand the basic principles of leadership Learning Activities Assignment Description Topic assessment criteria Use Multi media WHAT • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners: • Understand what leadership is • Understand what the difference between leadership and management is • Understand that both management and leadership skills can be developed • Are able to identify the characteristics of good leadership • Are able to identify personal leadership developmental needs A group or individual exercise of viewing video material on leadership followed by a group discussion and an assessment of own needs Self Study Plant investigation Collect Information Media search HOW Interview experts Attend lectures • Discuss with other co-learners and: • describe what leadership is • tabulate the differences between leadership and management • list the characteristics of good leadership • discuss what aspects need to be developed in young leaders and how this can be done • Given a leadership developmental questionnaire, the learner has to identify his own personal needs • Compile a leadership portfolio for assessment Group Discussions Describe List / tabulate Analyse, plan and make decisions Use checklists Develop recommendations Job assignment Make presentation Complete documents Execute, test and evaluate Draft a report Complete a questionnaire

  5. Critical Cross-field Outcomes Identify and solve problems Work effectively with others Communicate effectively Organise and manage myself and my activities Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information Use science and technology effectively and critically Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems Use mathematics Learner and societal development US: ERV Lead a team, plan, organise and assess their work PE416 Understand the basic functions of management Be able to identify how the functions of management is reflected in company policies, procedures and practices Understand the functions and activities of management Understand the evolution of management leadership Understand the basic psychology of management

  6. Notional Hours 6 Topic Specification: PE416 Understand the basic functions of management Learning Activities Assignment Description Topic assessment criteria Use Multi media WHAT • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners: • Understand the basic psychology of management • Understand the evolution of management leadership • Understand the functions and activities of management • Are able to identify how the functions of management is reflected in company policies, procedures and practices Learners compare company leadership functions with company policies and goals Self Study Plant investigation Collect Information Media search HOW Interview experts Attend lectures • Supply learners with relevant company policies and goals • Discuss with other co-learners and tabulate the functions and activities of management • As a group, identify in a discussion how management functions are reflected in these policies, procedures and practices • The learners present their findings to the facilitator Group Discussions Educational games Case studies Analyse, plan and make decisions List / Tabulate Develop recommendations Job assignment Make presentation Compile checklist Execute, test and evaluate Draft a report Complete checklist

  7. Critical Cross-field Outcomes Identify and solve problems Work effectively with others Communicate effectively Organise and manage myself and my activities Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information Use science and technology effectively and critically Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems Use mathematics Learner and societal development US: ERV Lead a team, plan, organise and assess their work PE416 Apply situational leadership principles Be able to use professional leadership techniques to lead a team Be able to identify follower readiness levels Understand the basic principles of situational leadership Be able to identify personal preferred leadership style Understand the basic philosophy of leadership styles Understand the value of principle based leadership

  8. Notional Hours 8 Topic Specification: PE416 Apply situational leadership principles Learning Activities Assignment Description Topic assessment criteria Use Multi media WHAT • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners: • Understand the value of principle based leadership • Understand the basic philosophy of leadership styles • Are able to identify personal preferred leadership style • Understand the basic principles of situational leadership • Are able to identify follower readiness levels • Are able to use professional leadership techniques to lead a team Theprinciples of situational leadership will be viewed on video, highlighted by the facilitator and discussed in the group. Learners complete questionnaires to determine their own style preferences Self Study Plant investigation Collect Information Media search Interview experts HOW Attend lectures • Facilitate a discussion on the: • value of principle based leadership • basic philosophy of leadership styles and • principles of situational leadership. • Through given questionnaires, the learners determine their: • own preferred leadership style and • follower readiness levels • Given several case studies, the learners demonstrate their ability to lead people by using professional leadership techniques Group Discussions Case studies List / tabulate Analyse, plan and make decisions Questionnaires Develop recommendations Job assignment Make presentation Complete log sheets Execute, test and evaluate Draft a report Practical test

  9. Critical Cross-field Outcomes Identify and solve problems Work effectively with others Communicate effectively Organise and manage myself and my activities Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information Use science and technology effectively and critically Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems Use mathematics Learner and societal development US: ERV Lead a team, plan, organise and assess their work PE416 Apply good planning principles Be able to plan day to day work and small projects using process questions, visual displays and basic computer planning software Be able to incorporate instructions with planned activities and agree with relevant parties after consultations Be able to use a variety of basic planning techniques Be able to use process questions to identify opportunities, problems and issues Understand the use of the process in planning, problem solving and decision making

  10. Notional Hours 8 Topic Specification: PE416 Apply good planning principles Learning Activities Assignment Description Topic assessment criteria Use Multi media WHAT • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners: • Understand the use of the process in planning, problem solving and decision making • Are able to use process questions to identify opportunities, problems and issues • Are able to use a variety of basic planning techniques • Are able to incorporate instructions with planned activities and agree with relevant parties after consultations • Are able to plan day to day work and small projects using process questions, visual displays and basic computer planning software A lecture followed by a group exercise where skills in planning, problem solving and decision making will be developed through a variety of exercises Self Study Plant investigation Collect Information Media search HOW Interview experts Attend lectures • Summarise the process of planning, problem solving and decision making • Learners identify opportunities, problems and issues in a range of short case studies • Learners demonstrate their ability to plan by using a variety of planning techniques in response to case studies • Given role play situations, the learners have to be able to incorporate instructions with planned activities and agree with relevant parties after consultations • Using process questions, visual displays and basic computer planning software, learners have to plan day-to-day work and small projects Group Discussions Educational games Case studies Analyse, plan and make decisions Questionnaires Develop recommendations Job assignment Make presentation Complete documents Execute, test and evaluate Draft a report Practical test

  11. Critical Cross-field Outcomes Identify and solve problems Work effectively with others Communicate effectively Organise and manage myself and my activities Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information Use science and technology effectively and critically Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems Use mathematics Learner and societal development US: ERV Lead a team, plan, organise and assess their work PE416 Conduct effective review meetings Be able to participate in and chair effective review meetings Be able to draft and distribute effective minutes for review meetings Be able to develop and apply an agenda based review meeting Understand the basic principles of review meetings Understand the importance of individual and group performance review

  12. Notional Hours 6 Topic Specification: PE416 Conduct effective review meetings Learning Activities Assignment Description Topic assessment criteria Use Multi media WHAT • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners: • Understand the importance of individual and group performance reviews • Understand the basic principles of review meetings • Are able to develop and apply an agenda based review meeting • Are able to draft and distribute effective minutes for review meetings • Are able to participate in and chair effective review meetings View video material on review meetings. A group exercise where learners will learn how to participate in and chair review meetings through a variety of exercises Self Study Plant investigation Collect Information Media search Interview experts HOW Attend lectures • Discuss with co-learners the importance of individual and group performance reviews • Given video case studies, the learners have to demonstrate their understanding of the principles of review meetings by commenting on these meetings • Given role play situations, learners have to: • develop and apply an agenda based review meeting • draft and distribute effective minutes for the review meeting • participate in and • chair effective review meetings Group Discussions Educational games Case studies Analyse, plan and make decisions Use checklists Develop recommendations Job assignment Make presentation Complete documents Execute, test and evaluate Draft a report Practical test

  13. Critical Cross-field Outcomes Identify and solve problems Work effectively with others Communicate effectively Organise and manage myself and my activities Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information Use science and technology effectively and critically Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems Use mathematics Learner and societal development US: ERV Lead a team, plan, organise and assess their work PE416 Apply good performance management Be able to apply company performance management policies, procedures and practices Be able to conduct performance review interviews and discussions Be able to develop performance objectives for self and team members

  14. Notional Hours 6 Topic Specification: PE416 Apply good performance management Learning Activities Assignment Description Topic assessment criteria Use Multi media WHAT • The assessor will observe and confirm that learners: • Are able to develop performance objectives for self and team members • Are able to conduct performance review interviews and discussions • Are able to apply company performance management policies, procedures and practices A short concise lecture followed by a group exercise where skills in performance management will be assessed through a variety of exercises Self Study Plant investigation Collect Information Media search HOW Interview experts Attend lectures • Making use of everything the learner has learned, he has to develop performance objectives for him/herself and his/her team members • Given role play situations, learners: • conduct performance review interviews and discussions and • apply company performance management policies, procedures and practices Group Discussions Educational games Case studies Analyse, plan and make decisions Use checklists Develop recommendations Job assignment Make presentation Execute, test and evaluate Complete documents Draft a report Practical test