"Developing Others" – CIMSPA Academy course spotlight

In this bulletin we’re taking a closer look at “Developing Others” – just one of over 30 study options available from the new CIMSPA Academy – the home of eLearning for members.

The Developing Others CPD course awards 4 CIMSPA-developmental CPD points – up to half of most members’ annual CPD requirements.

Remember, the initial batch of over 30 eLearning options are FREE for all members, with new courses being released quarterly, many of which will also be free for members. If you’re a member, click here to access the CIMSPA Academy today. To find out more about joining CIMSPA, click here.


Developing others


The ability to develop others is central to any manager's role. Effective managers will use a range of techniques to bring out the best in their team. They understand that developing capability and skills will help to ensure that their team is motivated and engaged.

So, this CPD choice is ideal for anyone who manages a team in the workspace – from supervisor through duty manager to more senior leadership roles, or those with an interest in coaching.

The course opens with an overview of understanding how people learn, key learning theories, and setting learning objectives. This is presented as eBriefings – self-contained eLearning blocks. There are 7 compulsory eBriefings with content quizzes to reinforce learning, plus one elective eBriefing with a choice of 4 subjects on offer.

The tutorial part of the certificate is very extensive with 16 content choices, from which learners must pick 12 to be assessed on. The tutorials cover a lot of ground – mentoring, giving critical feedback, improving staff learning and building confidence in others are just a few of the options on offer. We’re hoping that “Motivate for a happy workforce” will be a popular choice!

As with the other CIMSPA Academy eLearning, there are optional assignments which, if completed, open up the possibility of merit and distinction grades for those members who go the extra mile.

Scroll down for to see a complete outline of the certificate objectives and content for this course.

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Developing Others – certificate objectives
  • On completing this certificate you will:
  • Have an understanding of how people learn
  • Be able to set SMART objectives
  • Be able to give constructive feedback
  • Use coaching, mentoring and delegation to develop others
  • Motivate others to succeed
Certificate Content
  • This certificate includes the following content:
  • Understanding Learning Styles
  • How To Ensure They 'Get It'
  • How SMART are Your Objectives?
  • BOOST Your Feedback Technique
  • A Coaching Approach to Feedback
  • GROW - A Simple and Powerful Coaching Technique
  • Change Someone's Life - Become a Great Mentor
  • Need To Get More Done? Learn to Delegate!
  • How to Motivate People - (3 theories)
  • Inspire People Into Action
  • Are You (Un)Conscious and (In)Competent?
  • The Accelerated Learning Cycle
  • Setting Objectives
  • Giving Critical Feedback
  • How to Conduct an Effective and Enjoyable Appraisal
  • Are You Actively Listening?
  • Ask Better Questions
  • He missed the deadline! - a coaching opportunity
  • Motivating Others - A Powerful New Theory
  • Motivating Others - Herzberg's Two Factor Theory
  • Building Confidence in Others
  • Training - How People Learn
  • Giving Constructive Feedback
  • Coaching for Success
  • Mentoring
  • Delegation
  • Motivation
  • Learning With Style
  • Developing The Team
  • Questioning Skills
  • Are You Listening Carefully?

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