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Postgraduate Certificate Management Conversion Course

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  • Objectives
    This course is an intensive, foundation in management and will equip you with the essential management skills needed in today's business world. It will help you: -build your management knowledge and skills -develop the confidence to apply for attractive positions in business -accelerate your management career.
  • Entry requirements
    Applicants normally have: -a degree or equivalent business professional qualification, OR -an HND in Business Studies or equivalent business professional award at NVQ 4 plus two years of relevant work experience, OR -at least two years experience in a management role with in-house management education development.
  • Academic Title
    Postgraduate Certificate Management Conversion Course
  • Course description
    Accelerate your career

    Even the most talented graduates can be held back by a lack of business and management qualifications. The Postgraduate Certificate in Management is designed to equip you with the core management knowledge and skills valued by leading employers and help you secure the right position. It's the ideal conversion course for non-business graduates with limited management experience or those with management experience but with no formal qualifications. You'll benefit from extensive support from the UWE Career Development Unit as well as access to employers who regularly approach UWE looking to recruit business graduates.

    The course acts as a high-level introduction to management. You'll study four modules (each worth 15 credits) which combine to cover the core disciplines of management:

    -Leadership and Change Management
    -Human Resources Management
    -Operations and Information Management

    Teaching is full-time for one term, from September to December with assessment in January, and results through by February.

    Teaching and learning
    You'll learn through a variety of stimulating methods which may include case studies, syndicate-based and group exercises, and presentations, as well as lectures and independent study. These modern methods create an environment that is enjoyable, varied and hugely effective

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