Sales Management ,
Retail Management
And Marketing

Public Relations ,
Advertisement and
Events Management

Tourism hospitality
and sociology

Media , Journalism
&
Project Management

Human Resources ,
Social Care ,
and Psychology

Child care,
creche management and
community development

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List Of Courses

MARKETING

OVERVIEW OF MODULES

Module 1: Concept of Marketing
Module 2: Marketing Communications
Module 3: Services Marketing
Module 4: Consumer Behavior

Upon completing this professional course of study, you can earn a Level 6 Diploma in marketing management, with the strategic knowledge to function as a senior marketing manager, top executive, head superior and team leader in any business firm, corporations and government department.

SALES MARKETING

OVERVIEW OF MODULES

Module 1: Sales Management Concept
Module 2: Management of Sales Force
Module 3: Prospect of Selling
Module 4: Strategies for Effective Selling

Upon completing this professional course of study, you can earn a Level 6 Diploma in marketing management, with the strategic knowledge to function as a senior marketing manager, top executive, head superior and team leader in any business firm, corporations and government department.

RETAIL MANAGEMENT

OVERVIEW OF MODULES

Module 1: Concept of Retail Managment
Module 2: Retail Strategy
Module 3: Retail Operations
Module 4: Supply Chain Management

Upon achieving this diploma in retail management, you become a retail supervisor or assistant retail manager, as take up the role to oversee shop floor staffs, monitoring and coordinating activities in business firms dealing with retail queries, ability to train, motivate and develop staffs.

TOURISM-HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT

OVERVIEW OF MODULES

Module 1: Tourism
Module 2: Internalisation & Growth
Module 3: Aspects of Management
Module 4: Accommodation Operations

A tourism-hospitality professional, prepares you as an active officer, in hotel, holiday, and tour manager, restaurant and public house manager, leading cabin crew, supervising and training new staffs in this industry. Organising music festivals, resort supervisor, hotel floor manager, etc.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

OVERVIEW OF MODULES

Module 1: Functions of Project Management
Module 2: Working with the Management
Module 3: Project Communication Management
Module 4: Completing the Project

All project management professionals are in hot demand in several industries to lead, create, plan project activities. From managing daily operations, assign responsibilities, ensure projects are perfectly exerted, and completed in a timely manner, while making sure clients needs are adhered to.

EVENT MANAGEMENT

OVERVIEW OF MODULES

Module 1: Functions of Project Management
Module 2: Working with the Management
Module 3: Project Communication Management
Module 4: Completing the Project

Event professionals have so much opportunity, especially in new product launch, managing events, conferences, charity fund raising, sales promotions, as public relations and event supervisors, event executive and organiser and more.

PUBLIC RELATIONS

OVERVIEW OF MODULES

Module 1: Introduction to Public Relations
Module 2: Public Relations Writing
Module 3: Public Relations Process
Module 4: Specialist Areas in Public Relations

After this case of study, you become a public relation analyst, public relation specialist, head of communications in business organisations and government organs, creating and maintaining public image for business firms, crafting media measures, expert at using social media programmes to shape public durations

ADVERTISING MANAGEMENT

OVERVIEW OF MODULES

Module 1: Fundamentals of Advertising
Module 2: Advertising Media
Module 3: Advertising Messaging Channel
Module 4: Marketing/Sales & Advertising

Career paths for an advertising graduate means progressing to be an advertising supervisor in any marketing, sales, retail public relations and government agencies who wants to increase awareness of any programmers polices or items of interest. As an advertising professional, your creativity will be required to understand the consumer and public behavior. You are equipped with competencies that prepare you to work in design studies, advertising agencies, copy writing, television, media and print and publishing firms.

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

OVERVIEW OF MODULES

Module 1: Fundamentals of Human Resources Management
Module 2: Concept of Human Resource Planning
Module 3: Recruiting & Selecting for the Workforce
Module 4: Health and Safety, Security and Welfare

All human resource managers work almost in all business settings, administratively employing, directing, supervising and training workers. As a HR manager, you oversee issues of working conditions, equal opportunities, fair play, disciplinary procedures, encourage satisfying payment conditions, remuneration issues and salary reviews.

MEDIA / JOURNALISM

OVERVIEW OF MODULES

Module 1: Communications and Mass Media
Module 2: The Print and Broadcast Media
Module 3: Media Law and Ethics
Module 4: Journalism

Most media and journalism graduates work in television and radio stations, newspapers magazine and press agencies. Although some are freelancers, but in general, they are constantly writing, editing and proofreading, liaising with editors, designers and photographers.

SOCIAL CARE – COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

OVERVIEW OF MODULES

Module 1: Sociological Perspective (theory & method)
Module 2: The Dynamics of Social Life & Behaviour
Module 3: Social Inequality & Social Institutions
Module 4: Social Organisations and Control

As a social care professional, you are a community support worker, a services assistant in all social care outlets. Some chose to undergo volunteering to gain experience, then quickly gain employment in children’s homes, hospices, and care homes.

CHILD CARE-CRECHE MANAGEMENT

OVERVIEW OF MODULES

Module 1: Introduction to Creche Management
Module 2: Organisation and the Management of a Creche
Module 3: Fundamentals of Creche Management
Module 4: Managing Quality Childcare

Child care and crèche managers oversee the general well-being of children, infants and toddlers and protecting them. Their safety is at the paramount of importance, preparing meals and snacks. Crèche managers manage and plan daily activities, ensuring safe and secure legal work environment.

SOCIOLOGY

OVERVIEW OF MODULES

Module 1: Sociological Perspective (theory & method)
Module 2: The Dynamics of Social Life & Behavior
Module3: Social Inequality & Social Institutions
Module 4: Social Organizations and Control

Sociologists are critical thinkers, who ponder over challenging social issues, for which reason they are open to a range of several careers. They are good Councillors, play roles in government settings, political parties, charity organizations and religious groups. Also, they are widely employed in social and community organizations. They are public managers, policy analysts and crisis managers.

PSYCHOLOGY

OVERVIEW OF MODULES

Module 1: Introducing Psychology
Module 2: Qualitative Research
Module 3: Biological Explanations of Behavior
Module 4: Learning objectives

Professional psychologists are well regarded within any setting, for which they are employed. They are behavioral specialists, who determine people that are mentally fit for certain positions. The work in top government organizations, airline industry recruiting agencies, social science, organs sales, marketing, public relations and media organizations need them to study behaviors of leaders in these industries, which regard to their relationships to the public arena. Psychologists make so much money by running mental and counseling clinics.

MIXED DISCIPLINES

The courses are arranged in bundles of four disciples compressed as one. As explained in a previous section each bundles as comes with its unique sets of questions which are evaluated in the forms of a continuous assessments and exams where we find necessary, however leading towards your graduation and awards.

  • MARKETING, SALES MANAGEMENT & PUBLIC RELATIONS
  • MARKETING, EVENT MANAGEMENT & ADVERTISING
  • MARKETING, TOURISM/HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
  • MARKETING, HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT & ADVERTISING
  • MARKETING, MEDIA/JOURNALISM & ADVERTISING
  • MARKETING, CHILDCARE, PUBLIC RELATIONS & ADVERTISING
  • SALES MANAGEMENT, RETAIL MANAGEMENT, PUBLIC RELATIONS, ADVERTISING
  • SALES MANAGEMENT, HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, & PUBLIC RELATIONS
  • MARKETING, RETAIL MANAGEMENT, PUBLIC RELATIONS
  • MARKETING,BUSINESS SERVICES, PUBLIC RELATIONS
  • MARKETING, EVENT MANAGEMENT, PROJECT MANAGEMENT, & PUBLIC RELATIONS
  • TOURISM MANAGEMENT, HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT, HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, & PUBLIC RELATIONS
  • CREATIVE WRITING, PUBLIC RELATIONS, & PUBLISHING

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