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IQ IAM Level 5 Certificate in Managing Change (QCF)


Qualification Number 601/3111/1
Title IQ IAM Level 5 Certificate in Managing Change (QCF)
Category National
Sector Business & Administration
Operational Start Date 31/03/2014
Operational End Date 30/04/2015
Total Units 1 Min Credit 15
Min Guided Learning Hours 60 Max Guided Learning Hours 60
Min Age From 19 Min Age To 100

Qualification Purpose

IQ is approved by the UK’s national regulator of qualifications Ofqual and by the Scottish regulator SQA Accreditation. It was launched in 2011 to provide users and learners with the objective of achieving the highest levels of assessment integrity, customer service and sector engagement. Uniquely, it is a membership based awarding organisation bringing together the best of UK vocational education in a not for profit environment.

Further information can be found on the IQ web-site

IQ acquired the Institute of Administrative Management (IAM) in January 2014. The Institute has been re-registered and will focus on membership services. IQ uses the IAM brand for its suite of management qualifications.

Learners can progress to further management qualifications or to higher education.

About this Qualification

Take this Qualification

If you are interested in taking this qualification and would like to find your nearest IQ centre, please give us a call on 01952 457 452 and a member of our team will be happy to help.


To achieve the IQ IAM Level 5 Certificate in Managing Change (QCF), learners must achieve 15 credits from the single mandatory unit.

IQ IAM Level 5 Certificate in Managing Change (QCF)
Mandatory UnitMinimum Units:1
 Minimum Credits:15
 M/504/0044Manage change51560


Learner Entry Requirements

There are no formal entry requirements for this qualification.  However, it is recommended that candidates should have a level 4 qualification or equivalent work experience in the business administration area.

Tutor Requirements

Centre Requirements

Centres must be approved by IQ in order to offer this qualification.

Independent candidates

Some candidates choose to prepare for these assessments by studying as an independent student, with no support from a tuition centre.  Such a learning strategy is not recommended because there is evidence to suggest that the quality of learning is greatly enhanced by tutor and peer group support at this level.

If a candidate still wishes to undertake any of the IQ IAM qualifications as an independent student, they will need to complete the appropriate registration forms, which can be requested from:

Important notice for independent candidates

It is important that all candidates are aware that IQ IAM accredited centres are not permitted to provide tutorial or assessment support for independent candidates.  If candidates are aware of any breach of these rules, they should immediately notify



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