Experience in management
Level 5 Diploma in Business Enterprise will enable the learners to have an in depth understanding and knowledge of the functioning, objectives and the process of the companies or organisations. This qualification is created to develop and reward the business managers, to bring a sense of recognition and professionalism to the management sectors. The learners or entrepreneur will gain valuable skills and knowledge to develop their businesses and make their business a big name in the business sector. Learners will be expected to create and develop wonderful ideas to make their own name and the names of the organisations they are working with.
This unit aims to explain how an entrepreneur initiates enterprise creation, undertakes risks, and manages resources to establish and operate a business enterprise that is capable of.
This unit explains that each enterprise has to start, then grow while facing various challenges and crises, and finally mature and decline. There are many factors which will contribute to an enterprise’s success. There are many precursors also, which will allow an enterprise to, different agencies like market and government, and geography are some of the factors influencing enterprise’s growth.
Venture management is a business management practice that focuses on being both innovative and challenging in the realm of introducing what could be a completely new product or entering a promising newly emerging market.
A growth strategy is one under which management plans to advance further and achieve growth of the enterprise, in fields of manufacturing, marketing, financial resources etc. As growth entails risk, especially in a dynamic economy, a growth strategy might be described as a safest policy of growth-maximising gains and minimising risk and untoward consequences.
The procedure in setting up of a new business is a time consuming, complex and complicated activity. It involves various steps, procedures and formalities. This unit aim to explain in detail about the various steps involved in setting up a new business.
This unit explains how Social enterprises can generally be classified, although new sectors and areas arise as the field continues to evolve. Their shared common thread is that they all operate to achieve a balanced financial, social and environmental set of objectives.
6 – 9 Months
- Online; Available Offline as well with different fee structure.
Flexible for Online
Final year of UK University Honours Degree