Global Impact Training is a well established training provider, we specialise in Corporate training, Life Skills, Vocational courses and Online Degree / Post Graduate Qualification.
The company has offices in the UK; with Business Associates in West Africa, Egypt and United Kingdom.
The company is firmly established as a provider of internationally recognised company. Our clients include individuals seeking to upgrade their professional qualifications, private businesses, and multi nationals providing training and qualifications to staff to meet their legal obligations.
Expert trainers can work with you in your offices or at a nominated location. All our courses provide nationally recognised qualifications, and they will make a positive impact to your business.
48 training courses found
Aims To analyse and evaluate information contained within financial statements Learning Outcomes After completing the module the student should be able to: Analyse the different methods commonly used to report financial information. Develop an understanding of the techniques used to gather financial information.
Food Handlers and their employers have a legal duty to manage Food Safety. These obligations are set out by a number of EU and UK Laws.
Aims To apply and evaluate appropriate quality systems To evaluate concepts and theories applicable to a range of complex operational management decisions Learning Outcomes After completing the module the student should be able to: Analyse the evolution of quality thinking and the shift from inspection to prevention. Evaluate the business case for quality and the management concept that 'quality is free'.
Aims To evaluate critically human resource characteristics and processes of an organisation To analyse the processes of recruitment and retention of effective employees Learning Outcomes After completing the module the student should be able to: Develop the skills to analyse the external and internal factors impacting on the labour market. Develop the skills to write a job description and person specification.
Aims To produce solutions to accounting problems, which make appropriate use of accounting practice and principles. To assess the context within which accounting operates and through which it relates to the business environment.
Aims To develop an appreciation of the British and European perspectives. To understand the relationship between economics and management.
Aims To consider the factors that influence strategic decision making To evaluate the role of a range of different systems within an organisation’s overall strategy Learning Outcomes After completing the module the student should be able to: Understand supply chains. Manage logistics and the supply chain.
Aims To analyse and evaluate financial statements To evaluate critically the contribution that financial and management accountancy theory provides To evaluate critically sources of long-term financing Learning Outcomes After completing the module the student should be able to: Understand the importance of measuring financial performance. Explore the financial position of organisations through the use of financial ratios.
Aims To effectively communicate to a range of users problem definition and resolution To understand behaviours in organisations Learning Outcomes After completing the module the student should be able to : Describe the interpersonal skills that you need in your current and future managerial work. Describe specific professional tasks that involve significant levels of interpersonal skills.
Aims To evaluate critically alternative theories to strategic business problems Learning Outcomes After completing the module the student should be able to: Explore the purpose of a business plan. Define the vision, mission, values and objectives of an organisation.
Aims To effectively communicate and critically evaluate solutions to complex financial problems To evaluate critically sources of long-term financing Learning Outcomes After completing the module the student should be able to: Understand the importance of cash flow and working capital. Assess the role played by the management of stock.
Aims To identify the legal issues in a variety of business situations. To understand the law-making process.
Aims To analyse information that is presented in numerical form in an appropriate method and extract all relevant trends, patterns and points of importance. To present the results and data in an appropriate way to clients, partners and business colleagues.
Aims To understand the theory and practice of marketing decision making. To assess the marketing environment and the scope of tasks undertaken in marketing in the context of different organisational situations in which marketing is applied.
Aims To understand key concepts and techniques used in recording and analysing accounting information. To assess the role played by financial accounts and the context within which accounting operates.
Aims To identify competing perspectives on the nature of management as both a function and process within organisations. To understand the process of organisational change and development.
Aims To apply and evaluate a model for change To evaluate critically the contribution of theory in support of operational management problem resolution To evaluate critically and apply strategic management concepts tools and techniques Learning Outcomes After completing the module the student should be able to: Compare and contrast vision, mission, strategy, strategic plans and actions. Identify the strategic planning tools used to assess the macro- and micro-environments of an organization, highlighting any limitations.
Aims To evaluate critically alternative theories to strategic business problems Learning Outcomes After completing the module the student should be able to: Understanding the concept of governance. Identifying issues relating to employment law and legal aspects of governance.
Aims To communicate succinctly and clearly the ways strategic management can influence the allocation of resources, impact on organisational competence and alter an organisation's direction. To develop a plan for the effective resourcing of an organisation's human requirements.
Aims To evaluate a range of types of customer and how customer service provision meets their needs and different ways of exceeding customer expectations. To identify actions that can be taken to support improvements to customer service.