Imagine registering for one of the Chartered Management Institute professional qualifications in management and leadership, coaching and mentoring or professional consulting and having all the learning resources you need available 24/7/365 in one place. Now you do not need to imagine it as this is exactly what Exponential Training has done.
One of the major challenges for anyone thinking about completing a professional qualification is a lack of time. Today, whether you are a manager, a business coach, a consultant or a team leader, time is precious. With Exponential’s learning portal, ManagementDirect, you can go straight to the learning resources you need.
Exponential Training’s Assessment and Moderation Manager, Anne-Marie Daly, said:
“We have created a series of Learning Journeys. Each Learning Journey is directly linked to one of the qualification units that make up your qualification. Learning Journeys take 2 – 3 hours to complete and include checklists, e-learning modules, podcasts, videos, journal articles, templates and even ‘Pearls of Wisdom’.”
The ManagementDirect learning portal also enables learners to search for additional resources using the easy-to-use search tool. The search tool enables learners to research topics, tools and techniques that are not related to or part of their qualification making it a fantastic, valuable resource.
To keep up-to-date with the latest news and research in management and leadership, coaching and mentoring and consulting your can check out the Editor’s Choice, Exponential News and use the Latest Research Summary tool.
“Exponential Training’s strategic partnership with the Chartered Management Institute has enabled us to develop Exponential’s ManagementDirect. Exponential learners now have a huge advantage over other learners as we have used our 25 years’ experience of delivering Chartered Management Institute qualifications to design our unique set of Learning Journeys. We have taken the hard work out of the learning process enabling our learners to focus on improving their performance and applying what they have learned where it counts the most – in the workplace.”
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