The participants in this course will
- understand the origins of business administration and management and the various methodologies of Management
- appreciate and understand the difference between creativity and innovation
- become aware of the purposes and roles of planning, recruitment, structuring, leading, and influencing in an efficient and cost-effective system.
- be made aware of and comprehend the external and internal environments in which a business operates
The course is geared toward delivering a rudimentary understanding of the planning function, including the setting up of goals followed by a decision-making process on the best way to accomplish them.
Who should attend?
Anyone not having a formal qualification at a higher level; OR
Individuals re-entering employment after a period of absence; OR
Employees who are seeking a career change; OR
Students seeking knowledge and achievement in a formal Business Administration qualification.
Employees seeking a qualification for their personal and professional development; OR
Employees seeking job progression in administrative or senior management; OR
Individuals interested in starting their own business.
Successful students may seek a career in:
- Business ownership
- Company Management
- Human Resources
- Sales and Marketing
Mode Of Assessment
Assessment will be based on in class presentations following group work, reflective notes, assignments, and a final research project.
Anyone who has a higher secondary school certificate, A level of an equivalent Level 3, or 3 years work experience can apply.
Students hailing from a non-majority English-speaking country, must provide evidence of English language competency.
Either a minimum of level B1 in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR); OR
IELTS level 4.0 in each component.