LEVEL 4 or managerial experience
This qualification will provide learners with a solid foundation for a career in a range of organisations. This course is designed to make every learner - a confident person who can think independently and use his skills and knowledge of business and management to make a difference in his area of work. This qualification is focused on people management, finance for managers, business law, business ethics managing projects, marketing, and social responsibility.
This unit enable the learners how to respond to changes in your business market. Many things can change the market your business operates in, from new competitors and innovations to a general slowdown in the economy. If your business is in trouble, you could benefit from fresh information on your market, customers and potential customers. You might discover your sector has changed and that your lack of response has contributed to your problems.
Effective decision making is defined here as the process through which alternatives are selected and then managed through implementation to achieve business objectives.
In the simplest terms, business development can be summarized as the ideas, initiatives, and activities that help make a business better. This includes increasing revenues, growth in terms of business expansion, increasing profitability by building strategic partnerships and making strategic business decisions.
The term business model refers to a company's plan for making a profit. It identifies the products or services the business plans to sell, its identified target market, and any anticipated expenses. Business models are important for both new and established businesses. They help new, developing companies attract investment, recruit talent, and motivate management and staff. Established businesses should regularly update their business plans or they'll fail to anticipate trends and challenges ahead. Business plans help investors evaluate companies that interest them.
This unit explains customer management as the process of managing the relationship between an organisation, its people and its customers over time. For sustained success, it is important for companies to align their customer strategy with the company's aims and objectives.
Risk management is the process of identifying, assessing and controlling threats to an organization's capital and earnings. These threats, or risks, could stem from a wide variety of sources, including financial uncertainty, legal liabilities, strategic management errors, accidents and natural disasters.
6 – 12 Months
Online; Available Offline as well with different fee structure.
Flexible for Online
Final year of UK University Honours Degree