About this programme
This qualification is designed for learners who are seeking to enhance their job prospects in a range of industries and functions. The programme includes a core selection of fundamental management subjects such as Human Resources, Finance and International Business. The programme aims to develop key management skills. Following this qualification, learners can progress to the Extended Diploma in Management and then to the final year of a bachelor’s degree course in the area of management studies.
This Diploma option is 60 credits. [Learners can progress to an Extended Diploma with 120 credits.]
Who is it for?
This Diploma in Management programme is designed for professionals in employment who can be in various roles of responsibility (such as, but not limited to, managerial or supervisory positions) as well as aspiring managers, team leaders and owners of small businesses.
The Diploma in Management is delivered over 4 Units:
- Managing Communication
- People Management
- Finance for Managers
- Business Organisations in a Global Context
Learning Outcomes per Unit
Each Unit carries a set of learning outcomes and assessment criteria. The learning outcomes set out what a learner is expected to know, understand or be able to do as the result of the learning process. The assessment criteria describe the requirements a learner is expected to meet in order to demonstrate that the learning outcome has been achieved.
Unit: Managing Communications
This unit aims to develop your knowledge and understanding of how communication takes place within and between different organisations you are in contact with. It will also highlight the potential pitfalls and the benefits of good communication practice.
- Understanding how information and knowledge is communicated within an organisation
- Understanding factors that impact on workplace communication
- Ability to promote effective interpersonal communication
- Ability to review communication within an organisation
Unit: People Management
In this unit you will develop the knowledge and understanding of what motivates individuals and teams and use this to review people management strategies used in your organisations. You will gain an understanding of leadership theories, motivational theories, the impact of structure and culture as well as other tools that can be used to empower people in the workplace.
- Understand how structure and culture can have an impact on people in organisations
- Understand approaches to managing different individuals and how these can impact on performance at work
- Understand the organisational factors that impact on the performance of people
- Understand methods for developing human resources
Unit: Finance for Managers
This unit aims to introduce you to practical accounting and financial techniques that are useful to your business setup.
- Understanding the requirements and techniques for financial recording and reporting
- Understanding how working capital can be effectively managed
- Understanding management accounting techniques
- Understanding how to evaluate business projects
Unit: Business Organisations in a Global Context
This unit aims to develop your understanding of the issues and opportunities organisations face when operating within a global context.
- Understanding the key differences between global business operations
- Understanding the impact of external factors on organisations
- Understanding the impact of the global factors on business organisations
- Review current issues impacting on business activities in a named country of own choice
From the ATHE Level 5 Diploma in Management you can progress to the ATHE Level 5 Extended Diploma in Management, and then to a bachelor degree top-up. Talk to us for further information on university top-ups.
This qualification provides a flexible route for learners who:
- Have already achieved qualifications at a lower level
- Do not have a business or management qualification (but who may have qualifications in other areas) but who would like to learn more about business and management
- Have prior professional experience at the work place
- Are at least 19 years of age or older
- Learners must have an appropriate standard of English to enable them to access relevant resources to complete unit assignments.