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  • Business Communication

    $225
    This course focuses on the principles and techniques of clear, concise, and effective written and oral communication, especially as they apply to business. In addition, students are instructed in and experience the use of audio-visual and computer-based communications.
  • Certificate in Fundamentals of Accounting

    $225
    This certificate course will prepare the participants to make appropriate managerial decisions based on financial information. The participants will be exposed to and be able to define business units as well as the concepts and methods of accounting. The students will also develop a basis for subsequent studies in accounting.
  • Certificate in Supervisory Management

    $225
    The purpose of this course is to provide an opportunity for participants to develop the skills required for applying higher-level business studies and workplace entry-level competences, and for dealing with human problems within the organization. It covers elements such as communication, motivation, discipline, negotiation, conflict management, team building and leadership and the functions and responsibilities of supervisors.
  • Human Resource Counselling

    $300
    This course seeks to establish a framework within which employers, employees, their associations and other relevant groups in the wider society can be involved in minimizing performance problems in the workplace. There is not only the need to meet job standards but also to ensure that standards are defined, communicated, understood and achievable.
  • Human Resource Management

    $300
    MAJOR TOPICS/UNITS TO BE COVERED: Strategic Human Resource, Recruitment and Selection, Creating High Performance Appraisal Systems, Working with Payroll, Staff Benefits and Statutory Deduction and Managing Conflicts
  • Introduction to Business Administration

    $300
    This course introduces participants to the fundamental principles of Business Administration. It examines the factors that lead towards successful administration of a business, and the leadership skills and behaviors necessary for achieving organizational goals and objectives. It is designed to examine modern management challenges organizations face and provides an explanation of various types of planning and decision-making tools that can aid in attaining success.
  • Introduction to Company Law

    $225
    Introduction to Company Law is much more than a sub-topic in the law relating to business enterprises—it is an epic saga: one of amazing creativity and innovation; of impressive cooperation and cut throat competition; of massive fraud and social upheaval; of cunning maneuvers and double-dealings; of family squabbles and power plays; of fraud and betrayal; of bankruptcies and suicide. These traits although historically endowed are still prevalent today.
  • Performance Management

    $300
    The measurement and management of performance are seldom tied to the strategic goals of the organization. Many organizations do not pay sufficient attention to this process which inevitably leads to problems. This course provides participants with the knowledge and skills required to assist with ensuring that the behavior and results of employees are properly managed to facilitate an organization achieving its objectives.
  • Records and Information Management

    $300
    This course provides an introduction to the principles and practices that archivists and record managers apply, as well as issues they confront. The purpose of this course is to provide an opportunity for participants to develop the knowledge required for applying a practical understanding of records keeping, storage and retrieval with an organization. Participants will learn the various strategies to improving efficiency, better traceability and ensuring regulatory compliance.