Level 4 Extended Diploma in Management
Level 4 Extended Diploma in Management – 1500 GP + VAT
- The ATHE Level 4 Extended Diploma in Management is a 120 credit size qualification and is the equivalent level to the 1st year of a degree. The core content of this qualification is for those entering a role in management and team lead, with content focusing on business environment, communication skills and resource management, including an understanding of the research skills and personal development expected of a manager.
- Learners must complete 4 mandatory units worth 60 credits in total and a further 4 or 5 optional units totalling 120 credits to achieve the ATHE Level 4 Extended Diploma in Management (QCF).
- Students will be trained to attend IELTS English test
Entry to level 4
- Entry to Level 4 generally requires a Higher secondary education (+2 pass or fail) and a minimum age of 18. Level 4 is equivalent to the first year of a degree
What do you study in Level 4?
- Developing Personal Skills
Develop a range of personal skills vital to the world of business. Concentrating on communication, leadership and decision making techniques.
- Effective Communication
Communication is the key to effective operations and working effectively with others. Throughout this module, learners will grasp a range of communication techniques used for a variety of commercial purposes.
- The Business Environment
Explore issues outside of the business that may affect the business and its operations. Looking into economics, international dimensions, nature and competition.
- The Marketing Mix
Exploring and using the marketing mix as part of the business planning process.
- Strategic HRM
This module looks at employees and people as a business’ most valuable asset. Recruit the best, reward the best and retain the best.
- Managing Ethically
Explore the various theories and models of management and their different contexts.
- Culture and the Organisation
What is meant by culture? Why is it important? How does it differ between organisations?
- Customers and Customer Service
This module looks at customers as the fulcrum of any business.
- Fundamentals of Accounting
On completion of this module, learners will understand accounts and how they can be used to give insight into the health of the organisation.
- Financial Management and Control
In this module, learners will compare and contrast some examples of good and bad financial decision making and the impact on the business.