10 training courses found
The course is structured to teach you an awareness of both fashion items and the industry by encouraging you to look around you. You will learn about fabrics, patterns, and the basic equipment you will need for garment construction.
Currency trading is similar to Stock and Futures Trading but with many advantages. Understand the fundamentals of trading, opening a trading account and learn to buy and sell currencies on your computer, profiting from fluctuations between different currencies.
This course is designed to equip the student with the skills needed to facilitate and mediate conflict in their day to day business function, or within the community. The aim of the course is to summarise some of the basic guidelines for untrained people who may become involved in negotiation or mediation in group conflicts whether social, economic or industrial.
Strategic Management draws together and applies ideas from many of the disciplines and fields of study which contribute to a broad understanding of business. Some of the ideas may already be familiar to students who have previously studied courses in marketing, economics, management theory or organizational behaviour.
This course is about descriptive statistics, where numbers are used to summarise information about the world. Look in any newspaper, magazine or journal and you'll see charts, graphs, tables and diagrams being used in an attempt to reduce the vast amount of data that we generate to a digestible whole.
This course is designed for people who wish to gain an understanding of principles and practice of controlling credit and managing debt in commercial organisations.
This course t is designed to introduce you to the use of inferential statistics in research. Inferential statistics seek to infer whether the findings from a study can be applied to the larger population.
This course is designed to assist you to gain the skills and knowledge needed to improve your understanding of this vital function within the business environment. Course Syllabus includes: Forms of business Taxation Financial & Management Terms Books of Accounts Cash Flow Budget & Standard Costs Capital Budgeting Bookkeeping Processes Financial Statements Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis Manufacturing Accounting Working Capital Management On completion of your course, you will receive two certificates: Certificate 1 is issued by Stonebridge Associated Colleges: Finance for Non-Financial Managers Diploma and Certificate 2 is issued by ABC Awards: Level 3 Finance for Non-Financial Managers Certificate of Achievement.
Running a small business has a lot in common with the 'swamp theory', i.e.
This course is designed to introduce students who are preparing for a career in business to some of the legal rules and issues which you will encounter once you enter the world of commerce. You will not become an expert in any area of the law as a result of studying the course, however at the end of your study of this course it is hoped that you will not only have increased your knowledge about the law as it applies to the business world; but that you would have developed some competence at identifying legal issues, applying legal rules to factual situations and having a European perspective.