50 training courses found
This programme demonstrates the role of Public Administration in the implementation of government policy; in effect, the translation of politics into the 'reality' which citizens see every day.
The focus of this programme is on the planning, organizing and controlling of these activities; key elements for successful management in any organization. Special emphasis is given to strategic planning and decision-making as an important part of the management process.
This programme covers topics within the spheres of economics and commerce and the role of business people, managers and administrators in maintaining profitable organizations in the modern business world.
This programme addresses the marketing of tourism and travel products by state bodies, tour operators and travel agencies.
This programme explores what a computer can do; what it cannot do; how to get the best results from a computer; how to select the computer system which best suits the organization's requirements, how to avoid problems and pitfalls with computers and information technology, and how to successfully manage data securely.
This course provides training on hotel operations, and also on their successful planning and implementation.
This course concentrates on producing modern human resource and personnel managers, providing training on a wide range of the important duties which they must perform (including industrial relations) and their responsibilities in the modern world of commerce and industry and government service.
This programme addresses the management of stores personnel and how to plan, organise and co-ordinate work, train and supervise staff.
This programme is intended to assist managers of all kinds of occasional projects, people who need a practical introduction to project management, and those looking for careers in the field.
This programme teaches modern managers to understand and/or to control bookkeeping or accounting colleagues and subordinates, and to make effective use of available accounting data.
This course covers managing finance, accounts, human resource, purchasing, marketing, stock control, office organisation and control, computerisation
This course is designed to promote a safe and healthy occupational environment for the benefit of both employers and employees, and the wider public and visitors to premises. This programme identifies hazards and risks in many workplaces: construction sites, shops, stores, restaurants, hotels, factories, stockyards and others such as educational establishments, and outlines vital accident preventive actions management must take, from risk assessment to implementation.
This programme has wide-ranging application for individuals, business people, insurance practitioners; it deals with the background and development of modern insurance practice, and the principles on which it is based. It covers the main classes of insurance business, insurance company organisation, and much more.
This programme enables students to understand and to use business terms and expressions, and learn to write effective business letters on a wide variety of topics.
This programme covers the fundamental aspects of human behaviour, and how this is affected when people work in organisations. It also aims to assist practitioners gain a better understanding of the human aspects of organizations as they pursue career paths and maintain professional development.
This programme provides training on the wide-ranging duties of sales and marketing managers and staff in today's highly competitive world of business.
This course enables students to explore strategic management and planning for events, which focuses on the event concept, feasibility of the event, legal compliance and financial management.
This programme allows students to develop an understanding of advertising and its role for sales and marketing managers, business owners and managers, and all others involved in selling the products of an organization.
This programme explores areas such as pricing methods; stock valuation; just-in-time; absorption costing; cost units and centres; activity based costing and overheads.
This programme covers a range of areas in television, film, radio, print and online production, journalism, media law, sales and marketing, advertising, public relations, communication, campaign or advocacy, policy and research, and fund-raising.