Institute of the Motor Industry: Develop an infrastructure to improve the poor levels of management and leadership capability in the sector
IMI will develop an infrastructure to improve the poor levels of management and leadership capability in the sector.
The investment will also help develop and implement a sector wide cohesive Management and Leadership programme for the automotive sector which will remove duplication and enable more employers to access a flexible, coherent infrastructure which brings a step change in the way the sector develops and supports its managers.
Return on Investment
- Provide the sector with a M&L offer which includes: qualifications; AMA assessments; CPD modules; and an on-line recruitment and selection tool by March 2014. Provide franchised dealers with accessible M&L provision by supporting and mapping a minimum of six Vehicle Manufacturers M&L offers to the Automotive Management Accreditation competency framework by March 2014
- Provide independent employers with accessible M&L provision by supporting and mapping a minimum of eight training providers M&L offers to the Automotive Management Accreditation competency framework by March 2014
- Extend the accredited Automotive M&L coach/assessor provision to a minimum of 30 by March 2014
- Communicate the new offer to 60,000 employers by March 2014
- Drive up Management and Leadership support and capability in the sector with 3,000 businesses engaged and 12,000 additional managers engaged in training and assessment by 2016 producing a potential average GVA of £4,000 (efficiencies) per individual per annum.
UK Commission investment £666,415
Employer/Other investment: £100,000
Employer/Other in-kind investment: £259,372
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