Our Qualifications

This diploma course is highly recommended for everyone who pursues business careers as executives, supervisors, assistant managers, and managers, as well as those who want to start their business career. It involves the basics of management principles and business functions including strategic planning, HRM, marketing, finance, economics and entrepreneurship.

Course Contents

  • Accounting Principles
  • The Principles of Economics
  • Introduction to Business Ethics
  • Marketing Management
  • Financial Management
  • Operations Management
  • Managing People
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Strategy-Defining and Developing Competitive Advantage
  • Financial Analysis and Firm Valuation
  • Consumer Behavior
  • New Product Creation
  • Entrepreneurship

This diploma course is highly recommended for those aspiring to become HR professionals, as well as for all people in management positions and those seeking management careers. It involves essential concepts, theories and principles of human resource management and how they can be applied in real life situations.

Course Contents

  • Accounting Principles
  • The Principles of Economics
  • Introduction to Business Ethics
  • Marketing Management
  • Financial Management
  • Operations Management
  • Managing People
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Strategy-Defining and Developing Competitive Advantage
  • Financial Analysis and Firm Valuation
  • Consumer Behavior
  • New Product Creation
  • Entrepreneurship

This diploma course is highly recommended for marketing and sales people in different organizations, those seeking marketing and sales jobs, and anyone with an interest in how to develop business and understand their markets better. It involves practical marketing strategies, consumer buying behaviour, strategic marketing concepts, as well as latest marketing tools for managers.

Course Contents

  • Markets and Marketing
  • The Marketing Process: Strategy and Planning
  • Customer Focus
  • The Marketing Environment
  • Buying Behavior
  • Market Segmentation and Positioning
  • Product
  • Place
  • Pricing
  • Promotion
  • Services Marketing

This diploma course is highly recommended for those seeking professional career in logistics and supply chain sectors including warehousing, purchasing, production and manufacturing, supplier management, logistics management, transportation, quality management, etc. It involves state-of-the-art supply chain concepts, value chain analysis, lean supply chain models, agile production, etc.

Course Contents

  • The Growing Demand for Supply Chain Management
  • Understanding Supply Chains from Different Perspectives
  • Digging into Your Supply Chain
  • Optimizing Your Supply Chain
  • Connecting Supply Chain Processes
  • Planning the Supply Chain
  • Sourcing, Purchasing and Procurement
  • Making Your Products or Services
  • Delivering Your Products or Services
  • Managing Product Returns and Revers Supply Chains
  • Enabling Your Supply Chain
  • Managing Supply Chain Software
  • Integrating Advanced Manufacturing into Your Supply Chain
  • Managing Digital Supply Chains
  • Transforming Your Supply Chain
  • Adopting Supply Chain Metrics
  • Managing Supply Chain Risks
  • Building Supply Chain Analytics
  • Selecting a Supply Chain Career
  • Pursuing Supply Chain Education
  • Ten Questions to Ask About Your Supply Chain

This diploma course is highly recommended for today working professionals who needs to communicate in English at the workplace. It involves language inputs and business vocabulary, practical grammar usages, reading, writing, listening and speaking skills in English especially in the context of workplace, as well as practical communication strategies and tools for business executives.

Course Contents

  • Business English Grammar & Practice (Intermediate Level)
  • Business Communication (Section 1: Emails)
  • -  Managing your inbox
    -  Dealing with group emails
    -  Dealing with long emails
  • Business Communication (Section 2: Doing business)
  • -  Understanding organizations
    -  Managing schedules and budgets
    -  Reading agendas and minutes
    -  Reading Cvs and covering letters
    -  Studying job descriptions
    -  Analysing business reports
    -  Reviewing annual reports
  • Business Communication (Section 3 : Marketing and advertising)
  • -  Browsing advertisements
    -  Product and service brochures
    -  Exploring company websites
    -  Social media
  • Business Communication (Section 4 : Business media and books)
  • -  Reading the news
    -  Business media websites
    -  Analysing the money or personal finance section
    -  Watching the markets
    -  Reading business blogs
    -  Reading business books