Global Management Academy U.K.
Global Management Academy U.K.

Certificate in Business Management

The Global CERTIFICATE IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT is an intensive suite of 5 courses, designed to enable new and experienced supervisors and team leaders develop the knowledge with which to successfully manage the efficient operations of a department or business unit.

 

Comprising 100 hours of online learning and extensive downloadable learning materials, this program will help you rapidly advance your career.

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FEES: £250 (BUY NOW for £199.00 if paid up front). This fee includes enrollment in all 5 courses, and tutor support throughout your program.

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Number of Payments

5

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We calculate payments from the date of purchase

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Every Month x 4

TOTAL

Amount

£ 50.00

£ 50.00

£ 250.00

 

 

Program Content

The program comprises the following courses:

Understand the Organization Context

Unit 1: Getting Started
Unit 2: Understanding Organizations
Unit 3: Understanding Organization Structure
Unit 4: Understanding Organization Functions
Unit 5: Understanding Management Functions
Unit 6: Understanding Management Roles
Unit 7: Knowing the Stakeholders
Unit 8: Knowing the External Environment
Unit 9: Conducting a PESTLE Analysis
Unit 10: Wrapping-up

Understanding Costs and Budgets

Unit 1: Getting Started
Unit 2: Understanding Costs
Unit 3: Cost Centers
Unit 4: Standard Costs
Unit 5: The Sales Budgets
Unit 6: The Labor Budget
Unit 7: The Production Budget
Unit 8: The Materials and Equipment Budget
Unit 9: The Overhead Budget
Unit 10: Finalizing the Budget
Unit 11: Managing the Budget
Unit 12: Budgeting Best Practice
Unit 13: Wrapping Up

Managing Materials and Equipment

Unit 1: Getting Started
Unit 2: Understanding Resources
Unit 3: Identifying Resource Requirements
Unit 4: Capacity and Resource Planning
Unit 5: Purchasing and Materials Planning
Unit 6: Monitoring and Allocating Materials
Unit 7: Managing the use of Equipment
Unit 8: Managing the Security of Resources
Unit 9: Maintenance and the Safe use of Resources
Unit 10: Identifying Resource Waste
Unit 11: Minimizing Waste
Unit 12: Wrapping-up

Solving Problems at Work

Unit 1: Getting Started
Unit 2: The Problem Solving Method
Unit 3: Problem Recognition and Definition
Unit 4: Gathering Information
Unit 5: Understanding Causes
Unit 6: Improving Processes
Unit 7: Generating Solutions
Unit 8: Analyzing Possible Solutions
Unit 9: Selecting the Best-fit solution
Unit 10: Analyzing Risks
Unit 11: Implementing the Solution
Unit 12: Monitoring Progress
Unit 13: Wrapping Up

Develop Effective Workplace Relationships

Unit 1: Getting Started
Unit 2: Managing Relationships
Unit 3: Managing Diversity
Unit 4: Building Trust and Respect
Unit 5: Communication and Building Trust
Unit 6: Managing Ideas and Information
Unit 7: Using Feedback
Unit 8: Resolving Workplace Conflict
Unit 9: Networking
Unit 10: Wrapping-up

PROGRAM CONTENT

 

The courses in this program include:

 

COURSE 1: UNDERSTANDING THE ORGANIZATION CONTEXT

  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Organizations
  • Unit 3: Understanding Organization Structure
  • Unit 4: Understanding Organization Functions
  • Unit 5: Understanding Management Functions
  • Unit 6: Understanding Management Roles and Responsibilities
  • Unit 7: Knowing the Stakeholders
  • Unit 8: Knowing the External Environment
  • Unit 9: Conducting a PESTLE Analysis
  • Unit 10: Wrapping-up
COURSE 2: MANAGING BUDGETS AND COSTS
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Costs
  • Unit 3: Cost Centers
  • Unit 4: Standard Costs
  • Unit 5: The Sales Budgets
  • Unit 6: The Labor Budget
  • Unit 7: The Production Budget
  • Unit 8: The Materials and Equipment Budget
  • Unit 9: The Overhead Budget
  • Unit 10: Finalizing the Budget
  • Unit 11: Managing the Budget
  • Unit 12: Budgeting Best Practice
  • Unit 13: Wrapping Up

COURSE 3: MANAGING THE EFFICIENT USE OF MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT

  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Resources
  • Unit 3: Identifying Resource Requirements
  • Unit 4: Capacity and Resource Planning
  • Unit 5: Purchasing and Materials Planning
  • Unit 6: Monitoring and Allocating Materials
  • Unit 7: Managing the use of Equipment
  • Unit 8: Managing the Security of Resources
  • Unit 9: Maintenance and the Safe use of Resources
  • Unit 10: Identifying Resource Waste
  • Unit 11: Minimizing Waste
  • Unit 12: Wrapping-up

COURSE 4: SOLVING PROBLEMS AT WORK

  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: The Problem Solving Method
  • Unit 3: Problem Recognition and Definition
  • Unit 4: Gathering Information
  • Unit 5: Understanding Causes
  • Unit 6: Improving Processes
  • Unit 7: Generating Solutions
  • Unit 8: Analyzing Possible Solutions
  • Unit 9: Selecting the Best-fit solution
  • Unit 10: Analyzing Risks
  • Unit 11: Implementing the Solution
  • Unit 12: Monitoring Progress
  • Unit 13: Wrapping Up

COURSE 5: DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE WORKING RELATIONSHIPS

  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Managing Relationships
  • Unit 3: Managing Diversity
  • Unit 4: Building Trust and Respect
  • Unit 5: Communication and Building Trust
  • Unit 6: Internal Communication – Managing Ideas and Information
  • Unit 7: Using Feedback
  • Unit 8: Resolving Workplace Conflict
  • Unit 9: Networking
  • Unit 10: Wrapping-up

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Access is enabled for 7 days.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

 

There are no formal entry requirements for this program. Candidates will be working in, or preparing for work as a first line supervisor, team leader or manager.

 

PROGRAM DURATION

 

Learners have 6 months from the date of enrolment to complete the Certificate Program.

 

ASSESSMENT

 

Assessment in this program takes the form of Online-quizzes (normally 3 in each course). Each quiz has a passmark of 70% and you can take the quizzes as many times as you wish.

 

ILM QUALIFICATIONS

 

Candidates can elect to upgrade their Global Certificate to an ILM Qualification by completing written assignmenst for each course in the program. Contact us for more information.
 

CERTIFICATION: Global Management Academy Parchment Certificate (mailed)


DELIVERY: On-line with email, skype and phone support as required.


RESOURCES: Downloadable Learners manuals for each course, additional articles, workbooks and worksheets

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+44 (0) 28 90640231

 

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