Through our strategic alliance with the UK’s Chartered Management Institute, IML is committed to working with individuals and employers who aspire to the highest standards of professionalism and who provide leadership with a real sense of purpose and pride in their people.
Have your leadership experience formally recognised through IML today – find out more our Chartered Manager FAQs page
- Professionalise your leadership skills
- Demonstrate your management competence
- Add value to your organisation
- Learn with continuing professional development (CPD)
- Differentiate yourself from the competition
- Increase your employability
- Gain an internationally recognised leadership designation
- Join an exclusive worldwide network of top leaders
1. Qualified Route
$605 inc GST
You’ll receive: Chartered Manager Assessment
2. Experiential Route
At least five years’ management or leadership experience
There are two ways to access the Experiential Route:
Practical Online Coursework
Study an online Certificate in Management and Leadership through Switch Education for Business, looking at the key learning areas of Leading for Success and Managing for Success
Followed by completion of the Chartered Manager Assessment
Can be completed in as little as 4-6 months
$1595 inc GST
Reflective based assessment
Complete the Chartered Manager Assessment, followed by a personalised, assessor-led service to gain your Certificate. This involves an interview(s) assessing your knowledge against the certificate qualification, involving gathering work based evidence and personal research.
Can be completed in as little as 3 months
$2500 inc GST
To enquire as to which route would suit you best, please forward an up to date CV and a copy of your relevant business, management or leadership qualifications (if available) to email@example.com
The Submission document asks you to establish how, within the last 18 months, you have:
Holding an internationally recognised Chartered designation will increase your employability, demonstrate your managerial competence and prove that you possess sought-after and transferable leadership skills.
On top of your standard IML Membership benefits, as a Chartered Manager you’ll be joining a large and growing group of professionals who:
– Add value through successful leadership
– Get results by demonstrating sound leadership
– Make good leadership decisions and innovate
– Understand the key role of the leader in their organisation
– Inspire others to improve the workplace
– Work more confidently within their organisations
96% use Chartered Manager as proof of experience of leading people and managing change.
83% say they are better managers after achieving the Chartered status.
On average, Chartered Managers deliver $626,309 in added value to their organisations.
“Leaders and managers are not born – they are trained and gain experience as they develop their careers. The Chartered Manager qualification helps solidify and recognise your knowledge and experience as a great manager and leader. The questions I considered through the application process covered the previous 18 months of my career and asked me to assess my achievements and contributions in the context of leading people, managing change and principal learnings which is valuable for improving your capacities with your current employer or in transitioning your career.
The Code of Conduct and Practice which Chartered Managers follow demonstrates the highest standards of ethics and professionalism ”
Annelies Moens, CMgr FIML
Deputy Managing Director, Information Integrity Solutions Pty Ltd
“I decided to gain recognition in March of 2015 because in addition to my status of Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management, I really felt that I needed a point of difference from other managers. There are a lot of managers out there and unlike any other profession it can be hard to set us apart, I really felt that I needed something that had a set of standards and could act as a stamp of approval to say “This manager does what she says she will do” therefore providing me with credibility and recognition of my status as a professional manager. It also shows my commitment to continuing professional development (CPD) and to CMI’s Code of Practice for Professional Managers.”
Lisa Hewlett CMgr FIML FCMI
Assistant Manager Operations & Finance, Indigenous Australia Program | The Fred Hollows Foundation