Going through the CMI process supported by Aiden Harper was challenging and thought-provoking. Aiden's input as an advisor and assessor really enhanced the experience. Aiden was incredibly responsive, quickly getting back to discuss any questions I had and enabling me to move through the process at a good pace. His feedback and questions prompted me to reflect on my achievements and plans. He supported me in improving the quality of my submission by being an excellent role model for the CMI sub-skills; all of which he demonstrated with professionalism and empathy. The process was thoroughly worthwhile. It provided very powerful and useful professional learning for me. I can recommend using the TFL Education Assessment Centre for CMI Accreditation.
Karen Ardley | Director | Karen Ardley Associates
You could see the excitement in their eyes. They were captivated, learning and having fun.
Sir John Jones
Having a programme fully resourced was received really positively by all practitioners at King’s and its high level of interactivity has contributed not only to high quality learning but we are able to objectively track leadership performance in our students through mapping the TFL curriculum to our ASPIRE programme. Further, to secure endorsement by the Chartered Management Institute not only demonstrates the excellence of the programme, yet serves as a real motivator to students who gain certification on successful completion of each programme. I cannot praise TFL Education enough.
Sir Iain Hall | CEO | Great Schools Trust
I would recommend the Level 3 Award in Principles of Management and Leadership qualification for any person aiming at gaining a strong foundation that would be a springboard for leadership roles. For students preparing for university, this is a plus for your college applications in this increasingly competitive world.
Terry Sackey | Teacher | British International School Gambia
Batley Girls’ High School is committed to the development of outstanding young leaders. We believe in genuine empowerment and responsibility and the idea that our young people have the vision and creativity to lead the school forward. Our partnership with TFL Education fits perfectly into this ethos and the relationship is a dynamic, mutually beneficial and supportive one. The success we have had Post-16 with TFL Education programmes has led us to expand the provision into KS3. We look forward to further developing this exciting partnership.
David Cooper | Headteacher | Batley Girls’ High School
The series of First Steps to Leadership lessons have been useful in helping the children to realise their potential. As a result of the programme the class have begun to play and work more collaboratively with one another and there has been a definite improvement in their value of others.
Charlotte Worley | Assistant Headteacher | Bruche Community Primary School