Executive Leadership Practitioner (ELP)

TOX247 Level 6 Diploma

Before becoming a TOX247 Executive Leadership Practitioner (ELP) with a ‘TOX247 Authority to Practise’ you need to understand the definition of what your accreditation will give you:
The role of the TOX247 Executive Leadership Practitioner (ELP) is to direct and manage the workplace substance management programme (WSMP) and the other practitioner roles within it. The ELP will work closely with the programme managing practitioner (PMP) where positive back to laboratory (BTL) samples have been responded to within the company disciplinary code or the employee’s extraction from the business. The ELP role is to align the WSMP within the company’s corporate governance and liaise at board level regarding officers of the company’s culpabilities and managers responsibilities within the WSMP. The ELP will also be responsible for hearing internal appeals regarding formal decisions within the WSMP or managing formal decision challenges at litigation.
Accreditation value: CV enhancing, Profession enhancing, Career enhancing, Sector enhancing, Skills for life, Workplace return on investment (WROI), Social return on investment (SROI), identified person within the insurance obligations to make fair presentation of the WSMP.

TOX247 Academy Level 6 Diploma £2200.00 Ex VAT

The Executive Leadership Practitioner (ELP) includes all of the Level 5 Certificate learning modules and three additional units for the ELP and a 5,000-8,000 word dissertation, that will need mandatory content that is country, sector, and profession specific.

The additional ELP units are:

Corporate Governance and the WSMP

  • About corporate governance (Necessary dissertation by Country)
  • Risk assessing the WSMP, stewardship of CG and insurance fair presentation (Necessary dissertation by Country)
  • Risk assessing each module of the WSMP and its role in good CG
  • Risk assessing the TOX247 Ltd three categories of test or analysis
  • Unit summary

Law and Culpability in the WSMP

  • Introduction
  • UK Legislations and the WSMP (Necessary dissertation by Country)
  • Why legislation should not be named in the SAMP
  • Consideration of aid & abet, counsel, or procure (AACP) (Necessary dissertation by Country)
  • Example of AACP in each module of the WSMP
  • Unit summary

Change Management and the WSMP

  • Introduction
  • What is change management
  • Risk management and change management (Necessary dissertation by Country)
  • Who are the stakeholders of change management
  • Change management and the WSMP (Necessary dissertation by Country)
  • Unit summary



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