When you find yourself moving up the career ladder within a specialist or technical profession, often it can suddenly feel like you’re the little fish in the big pond all over again.
Surbjit Kaur, now a senior management consultant for EY, started out as a research scientist – and credits the confidence she needed to branch her career out into management to Chartered Manager.
"With the work I do, there’s nothing to say you’re qualified to do that, but from an industrial and practical application perspective, Chartered Manager status gives you that endorsement because of its experience-based approach."
Electrical Safety UK Ltd
Airbus Defence and Space
Barclays Corporate Banking
South Eastern Regional College
Institution of Civil Engineers
Uni. of London International Programmes
The Recovery Foundation
John Lewis Partnership
Greater Manchester Police Federation
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The exemption route is for experienced managers who already hold a CMI Level 5 or above Diploma in Management & Leadership.
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