Business Law Online Bundle, 3 Certificate Courses

Learn The Legal Rules And Issues In The World Of Commerce

Business Law Online Bundle, 3 Certificate Courses

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1. Business Law: Learn The Legal Rules And Issues In The World Of Commerce

Regardless of what the nature of your involvement in business is - and whether you are working in the private or public sector - as a business man or woman you will face an array of legal controls and obligations of an unprecedented scope and complexity.

Our Business Law courses online are designed to introduce students who are preparing for a career in business to some of the legal rules and issues which you will encounter once you enter the world of commerce.

You will not become an expert in any area of the law as a result of studying the course, however at the end of your study of this course it is hoped that you will not only have increased your knowledge about the law as it applies to the business world; but that you would have developed some competence at identifying legal issues, applying legal rules to factual situations and having a European perspective.

2. Project Management Advanced: Learn The Fundamental Aspects Of Project Management

Students will learn the fundamental aspects of project management, in detail, including principles and approaches to project management and the stages of project initiation and planning. The course also aims to develop the skills necessary for managing the project life cycle, project finance and resources, quality and risk, and the people and communications involved.

This Advanced Project Management course is ideal for those who have completed our Project Management course and want to progress their training further. It is also suitable for those who want to gain a solid foundation in project management in order to further their job skills.

3. Operations Management: Learn The Ways Of Achieving The Most Efficient Use Of An Organisation's Resource

Operations management is concerned with the ways of achieving the most effective and efficient use of an organisation's resources, such as its financial and human resources, its capital resources and its raw materials.

It is concerned with making a better product or service and with making it more efficiently or at lower cost. Operations management is therefore centrally concerned with the achievement of organisational objectives and ultimately with the achievement of business success.

Although the course presents operations management as a specialist business function, it will become clear that many of the ideas and techniques are relevant to many other management specialists.

As you will see throughout this course there are many parts to the discipline of operations management and the course is likely to be of value to any manager in any business.

Receive Lifetime Access to Course Materials, so you can review at any time.

For comprehensive information on units of study click the units of study tab above.

This is an incredible opportunity to invest in yourself and your future, sharpen your training skills and learn what it takes to create your own success with Courses For Success Today!

Course Fast Facts:

  1. All courses are easy to follow and understand
  2. Unlimited lifetime access to course materials
  3. Study as many courses as you want
  4. Delivered 100% on-line and accessible 24/7 from any computer or smartphone
  5. You can study from home or at work, at your own pace, in your own time
  6. Download printer friendly course content

Course Delivery

CoursesForSuccess.com are accessed online by any device including PC, tablet or Smart Phone. Upon purchase an automated welcome email will be sent to you (please check your junk email inbox if not received as this is an automated email), in order for you to access your online course, which is Available 24/7 on any computer or smart mobile device. 

Recognition & Accreditation

Upon completion of  each course assessment, you will receive a certificate per course. An accredited certificate from the awarding body relating to your course.

Receive Lifetime Access to Course Materials, so you can review at any time.

Business Law Online Bundle, 3 Courses includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Certificate in Business Law Online Course

Unit 1: The English Legal System

Section One: The Nature of Law

  • Introduction
  • Some social functions of law
  • Criminal and civil law
  • Common law and equity
  • Equitable rights
  • Equitable remedies
  • Maxims of equity
  • Common law damages
  • Summary of section one

Section Two: Sources of Law

  • Legislation
  • Statutory interpretation
  • Precedent
  • European Union law
  • Summary of section two

Section Three: The Courts and Tribunals

  • Possible classifications
  • The legal process
  • Criminal courts
  • Indictable offences
  • Summary offences
  • Offences triable either way
  • Civil courts
  • Tribunals
  • Arbitration
  • Mediation
  • Summary of section three

Section Four: Legal Personnel and Legal Aid

  • Magistrates
  • Juries
  • Members of tribunals
  • The solicitor
  • The barrister
  • The judges
  • Legal aid and other sources of legal assistance
  • Summary of section four

Unit 2: Legal Relationships

Section One: Liability for Employees and Agents

  • The employment relationship
  • Vicarious liability
  • The contract of employment
  • Agency
  • Types of agent and formation
  • Responsibilities of the parties
  • Terminating an agency
  • The commercial agents regulations
  • Summary of section one

Section Two: Sole Traders and Partnerships

  • Business organisations introduced
  • Sole traders
  • Partnerships
  • Liability of partners
  • The partnership agreement
  • Ending the partnership
  • Summary of section two

Section Three: Forming a Company

  • Basic principles
  • Separate legal personality
  • Company membership and limited liability
  • Types of company
  • Forming a company
  • The constitution: memorandum and articles
  • The Memorandum of Association
  • The Articles of Association
  • Changing the constitution
  • Summary of section three

Section Four: Managing the Company

  • Capital
  • Shares
  • Borrowing
  • Company management
  • Summary of section four

Unit 2: additional questions

  • Additional questions: guidance

Unit 3: Business Contracts

Section One: Making a Contract

  • What is a contract?
  • Creating the contract
  • Agreement - offer
  • Concluding the agreement - acceptance
  • Intention to create legal relations
  • Consideration
  • Summary of section one

Section Two: What Can Go Wrong During the Making of a Contract

  • What can go wrong in the making of a contract and how it affects the contract
  • Lack of certainty
  • Lack of necessary formality
  • Lack of capacity
  • Illegal contracts
  • Misrepresentation
  • Summary of section two

Section Three: Contractual Terms

  • The contents of a contract
  • Terms and pre-contractual statements
  • Contractual terms - express and implied
  • Conditions, warranties and innominate terms
  • Terms which exclude or limit liability
  • Summary of section three

Section Four: Discharging a Contract

  • How contracts come to an end
  • Discharge by performance
  • Discharge by agreement
  • Discharge by breach of contract
  • Frustration of contracts
  • Remedies
  • Summary of section four

Unit 3: additional questions

  • Additional questions: guidance
  • Reading list for Unit 3

Unit 4: Non-Contractual Obligations of the Seller/Producer

Section One: The Duty of Care in Negligence

  • Negligence: an introduction
  • The duty of care
  • Special circumstance
  • Negligent statements and professional
  • negligence
  • Summary of section one

Section Two: Other Aspects of Negligence and Product Liability

  • Breach of duty
  • Factors in setting the standard
  • Proof of breach
  • Resulting damage
  • Defences
  • Remedies
  • Product liability
  • Summary of section two

Section Three: Other Aspects of Tort

  • Nuisance
  • The rule in Rylands v Fletcher
  • Occupier's liability
  • Summary of section three

Section Four: Liability in Respect of Employees

  • Vicarious liability
  • Liability for employees only
  • Within the course of employment
  • Health and safety at work
  • Making the system work
  • Summary of section four

Unit 4: additional questions

  • Additional questions: guidance

Unit 5: European Community Law

Section One: The Development of the European Community

  • Introduction and history
  • The Treaty of Rome
  • The four main institutions
  • The Treaty of Maastricht
  • Terminology
  • Summary of section one

Section Two: The Functions of the Institutions

  • The role of the institutions
  • Inter-relationship of the institutions
  • Recent changes
  • Summary of section two

Section Three: The Sources of European Community Law

  • Transformation of European Community
  • law into English law
  • The enacted sources of European
  • Community law
  • The general principles of EC law
  • Modes of interpretation
  • Summary of section three

Section Four: The Integration of European Community Law at a National Level

  • Supremacy of European Community law
  • Direct effect
  • Indirect effect of EC law
  • State liability for non-compliance with EC law
  • Summary of section four

Section Five: Enforcement of European Community Law at a European Level

  • Introduction
  • Control of the institutions
  • The action for failure to act
  • The plea of illegality
  • The action for damages
  • Control of Member States
  • The preliminary reference procedure
  • Comment
  • Summary of section five

Unit 5: additional questions

  • Additional questions: guidance
  • Further reading

Course 2 - Certificate in Project Management Advanced Online Course

Module 1 – Project management principles and approaches

Learning Outcomes:

  • Describe the principles of project management
  • Describe different approaches to project management
  • Describe the use of technology in project management

Module 2 – Project initiation and planning

Learning Outcomes:

  • Describe how and why a feasibility study would be carried out
  • Explain how to prepare a business case for a project
  • Explain how project plan is prepared
  • Identify documentation for project planning and show how it can be used

Module 3 – Managing project finance and resources

Learning Outcomes:

  • Use forecasting techniques to show how project finances can be estimated
  • Describe how finances and resources for projects can be secured
  • Show how budgets can be used to control project finances
  • Describe reporting of project finance and resource use

Module 4 – Managing project quality and risk

Learning Outcomes:

  • Describe why it is important to identify and manage risk for a project
  • Identify risks in a given scenario and suggest how they might be minimised/managed
  • Describe approaches to quality management
  • Apply appropriate quality management solutions in given scenarios

Module 5 – Managing people and communications in project management and the Project Life cycle

Learning Outcomes:

  • Explain the importance of managing stakeholder expectations and how this can be achieved
  • Define the project team and team roles
  • Explain effective team management techniques for successful projects
  • Explain why effective communication is important successful team working and how this can be achieved
  • Describe the stages of the project life cycle
  • Describe approaches to project closedown and reporting
  • Explain how to evaluate the success of projects
  • Apply appropriate project management techniques to a given scenario

Course 3 - Certificate in Operations Management Online Course

Introduction to Operations Management

  • What is Operations Management
  • Continuing Challenges for Operations Managers
  • Three Fundamental Activities
  • Value Chain
  • Five Primary Activities
  • Four Essential Support Activities
  • The Systems View
  • Operations as Transformation Systems
  • Controlling Systems
  • The Six P’s of Operations Performance Objectives
  • Dimensions of Competitiveness
  • Product Life Cycle
  • Volume Variety Matrix and Produce Process Matrix
  • Job Shop
  • Batch Processes
  • Assemble Line
  • A Cell
  • Universal Principles

Product Planning and Positioning

  • Product Strategies
  • Making Decisions about the Product and the Market
  • Professor Eppink’s article deals with the need for strategic innovation
  • Product Planning Concept
  • Checklist Features
  • Production and Engineering Factors Research and Development
  • Stages of an R&D Programme
  • Product Rejuvenation
  • Marketing Factors
  • Financial Factors
  • Design Proposal
  • Reasons for failure of an R&D
  • Process used by Life Cycle Engineering
  • Value Analysis
  • Methodology of Value Analysis: The Six Phase Approach

Process Design

  • Process Type and Facilities
  • Types of Focus of Facilities
  • International Operations Strategy
  • Facilities Strategy Factors
  • Capacity Management
  • Capacity
  • Strategies
  • Active Strategies
  • Passive Strategies
  • Capacity and its Features
  • Design Capacity
  • Effective Capacity
  • Actual Output
  • System Efficiency
  • System Utilisation
  • Capacity Aspects
  • Facilities
  • Layout Principles within a Facility
  • Layout Problems
  • Types of Layouts
  • Special Applications
  • Systematic Layout Planning
  • Business Process Reengineering

Managing Demand and Supply of Materials

  • Demand Management
  • Order Management
  • Techniques for Order Management
  • Order Service
  • Forecasting
  • Forecasting Techniques
  • Material Requirements Planning
  • MRP Calculations
  • Requirements for Successful MRP
  • Features of MRP Systems
  • Independent Demand Inventory Control
  • Types of Inventory
  • Inventory is necessary
  • Inventory Decisions
  • How much to order: Economic
  • Limitations of the EOQ
  • The EOQ and the JIT philosophy
  • Quantity Discounts
  • Measure of Service Levels
  • Time Phased Order Point
  • Inventory Control

Project Management

  • Growth of Project Management
  • Participants in Project Management
  • Project Documentation
  • Network Planning Techniques
  • Network planning is used
  • Work Breakdown Structures
  • Project Requirements
  • Symbols used in Network Planning
  • Numbering the Network
  • Determining Activity Times
  • Activity Duration Times
  • Constructing the Network
  • Constructing the Overall Project Duration
  • Float
  • Using Computer Packages in Network Planning
  • Potential Problems of Computer Applications
  • Probability of Duration
  • Calculation of Load
  • Project Control
  • Project Status Reports
  • Milestones
  • Project Cost Scheduling
  • Crashing Activities
  • Cost/Time Curve
  • Controlling Variances
  • Factors which lead to project success
  • Factors which lead to project failure

Quality Management

  • Quality Views – John Guaspari
  • Quality Views –The Kano Model
  • Customer Expectations: Moments of Truth
  • Customer Expectations: Gaps Analysis
  • Quality Gurus and their Views
  • Marketing in Management
  • The ISO 9000 Systems
  • Quality Systems Requirements
  • Tools of Quality
  • Statistical Process Control (SPC)
  • Improvement Techniques
  • Reliability and Maintenance

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

About this Course

Get Business Law, Project Management Advanced and Operations Management in this Bundle

1. Business Law: Learn The Legal Rules And Issues In The World Of Commerce

Regardless of what the nature of your involvement in business is - and whether you are working in the private or public sector - as a business man or woman you will face an array of legal controls and obligations of an unprecedented scope and complexity.

Our Business Law courses online are designed to introduce students who are preparing for a career in business to some of the legal rules and issues which you will encounter once you enter the world of commerce.

You will not become an expert in any area of the law as a result of studying the course, however at the end of your study of this course it is hoped that you will not only have increased your knowledge about the law as it applies to the business world; but that you would have developed some competence at identifying legal issues, applying legal rules to factual situations and having a European perspective.

2. Project Management Advanced: Learn The Fundamental Aspects Of Project Management

Students will learn the fundamental aspects of project management, in detail, including principles and approaches to project management and the stages of project initiation and planning. The course also aims to develop the skills necessary for managing the project life cycle, project finance and resources, quality and risk, and the people and communications involved.

This Advanced Project Management course is ideal for those who have completed our Project Management course and want to progress their training further. It is also suitable for those who want to gain a solid foundation in project management in order to further their job skills.

3. Operations Management: Learn The Ways Of Achieving The Most Efficient Use Of An Organisation's Resource

Operations management is concerned with the ways of achieving the most effective and efficient use of an organisation's resources, such as its financial and human resources, its capital resources and its raw materials.

It is concerned with making a better product or service and with making it more efficiently or at lower cost. Operations management is therefore centrally concerned with the achievement of organisational objectives and ultimately with the achievement of business success.

Although the course presents operations management as a specialist business function, it will become clear that many of the ideas and techniques are relevant to many other management specialists.

As you will see throughout this course there are many parts to the discipline of operations management and the course is likely to be of value to any manager in any business.

Receive Lifetime Access to Course Materials, so you can review at any time.

For comprehensive information on units of study click the units of study tab above.

This is an incredible opportunity to invest in yourself and your future, sharpen your training skills and learn what it takes to create your own success with Courses For Success Today!

Course Fast Facts:

  1. All courses are easy to follow and understand
  2. Unlimited lifetime access to course materials
  3. Study as many courses as you want
  4. Delivered 100% on-line and accessible 24/7 from any computer or smartphone
  5. You can study from home or at work, at your own pace, in your own time
  6. Download printer friendly course content

Course Delivery

CoursesForSuccess.com are accessed online by any device including PC, tablet or Smart Phone. Upon purchase an automated welcome email will be sent to you (please check your junk email inbox if not received as this is an automated email), in order for you to access your online course, which is Available 24/7 on any computer or smart mobile device. 

Recognition & Accreditation

Upon completion of  each course assessment, you will receive a certificate per course. An accredited certificate from the awarding body relating to your course.

Receive Lifetime Access to Course Materials, so you can review at any time.

Business Law Online Bundle, 3 Courses includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Certificate in Business Law Online Course

Unit 1: The English Legal System

Section One: The Nature of Law

  • Introduction
  • Some social functions of law
  • Criminal and civil law
  • Common law and equity
  • Equitable rights
  • Equitable remedies
  • Maxims of equity
  • Common law damages
  • Summary of section one

Section Two: Sources of Law

  • Legislation
  • Statutory interpretation
  • Precedent
  • European Union law
  • Summary of section two

Section Three: The Courts and Tribunals

  • Possible classifications
  • The legal process
  • Criminal courts
  • Indictable offences
  • Summary offences
  • Offences triable either way
  • Civil courts
  • Tribunals
  • Arbitration
  • Mediation
  • Summary of section three

Section Four: Legal Personnel and Legal Aid

  • Magistrates
  • Juries
  • Members of tribunals
  • The solicitor
  • The barrister
  • The judges
  • Legal aid and other sources of legal assistance
  • Summary of section four

Unit 2: Legal Relationships

Section One: Liability for Employees and Agents

  • The employment relationship
  • Vicarious liability
  • The contract of employment
  • Agency
  • Types of agent and formation
  • Responsibilities of the parties
  • Terminating an agency
  • The commercial agents regulations
  • Summary of section one

Section Two: Sole Traders and Partnerships

  • Business organisations introduced
  • Sole traders
  • Partnerships
  • Liability of partners
  • The partnership agreement
  • Ending the partnership
  • Summary of section two

Section Three: Forming a Company

  • Basic principles
  • Separate legal personality
  • Company membership and limited liability
  • Types of company
  • Forming a company
  • The constitution: memorandum and articles
  • The Memorandum of Association
  • The Articles of Association
  • Changing the constitution
  • Summary of section three

Section Four: Managing the Company

  • Capital
  • Shares
  • Borrowing
  • Company management
  • Summary of section four

Unit 2: additional questions

  • Additional questions: guidance

Unit 3: Business Contracts

Section One: Making a Contract

  • What is a contract?
  • Creating the contract
  • Agreement - offer
  • Concluding the agreement - acceptance
  • Intention to create legal relations
  • Consideration
  • Summary of section one

Section Two: What Can Go Wrong During the Making of a Contract

  • What can go wrong in the making of a contract and how it affects the contract
  • Lack of certainty
  • Lack of necessary formality
  • Lack of capacity
  • Illegal contracts
  • Misrepresentation
  • Summary of section two

Section Three: Contractual Terms

  • The contents of a contract
  • Terms and pre-contractual statements
  • Contractual terms - express and implied
  • Conditions, warranties and innominate terms
  • Terms which exclude or limit liability
  • Summary of section three

Section Four: Discharging a Contract

  • How contracts come to an end
  • Discharge by performance
  • Discharge by agreement
  • Discharge by breach of contract
  • Frustration of contracts
  • Remedies
  • Summary of section four

Unit 3: additional questions

  • Additional questions: guidance
  • Reading list for Unit 3

Unit 4: Non-Contractual Obligations of the Seller/Producer

Section One: The Duty of Care in Negligence

  • Negligence: an introduction
  • The duty of care
  • Special circumstance
  • Negligent statements and professional
  • negligence
  • Summary of section one

Section Two: Other Aspects of Negligence and Product Liability

  • Breach of duty
  • Factors in setting the standard
  • Proof of breach
  • Resulting damage
  • Defences
  • Remedies
  • Product liability
  • Summary of section two

Section Three: Other Aspects of Tort

  • Nuisance
  • The rule in Rylands v Fletcher
  • Occupier's liability
  • Summary of section three

Section Four: Liability in Respect of Employees

  • Vicarious liability
  • Liability for employees only
  • Within the course of employment
  • Health and safety at work
  • Making the system work
  • Summary of section four

Unit 4: additional questions

  • Additional questions: guidance

Unit 5: European Community Law

Section One: The Development of the European Community

  • Introduction and history
  • The Treaty of Rome
  • The four main institutions
  • The Treaty of Maastricht
  • Terminology
  • Summary of section one

Section Two: The Functions of the Institutions

  • The role of the institutions
  • Inter-relationship of the institutions
  • Recent changes
  • Summary of section two

Section Three: The Sources of European Community Law

  • Transformation of European Community
  • law into English law
  • The enacted sources of European
  • Community law
  • The general principles of EC law
  • Modes of interpretation
  • Summary of section three

Section Four: The Integration of European Community Law at a National Level

  • Supremacy of European Community law
  • Direct effect
  • Indirect effect of EC law
  • State liability for non-compliance with EC law
  • Summary of section four

Section Five: Enforcement of European Community Law at a European Level

  • Introduction
  • Control of the institutions
  • The action for failure to act
  • The plea of illegality
  • The action for damages
  • Control of Member States
  • The preliminary reference procedure
  • Comment
  • Summary of section five

Unit 5: additional questions

  • Additional questions: guidance
  • Further reading

Course 2 - Certificate in Project Management Advanced Online Course

Module 1 – Project management principles and approaches

Learning Outcomes:

  • Describe the principles of project management
  • Describe different approaches to project management
  • Describe the use of technology in project management

Module 2 – Project initiation and planning

Learning Outcomes:

  • Describe how and why a feasibility study would be carried out
  • Explain how to prepare a business case for a project
  • Explain how project plan is prepared
  • Identify documentation for project planning and show how it can be used

Module 3 – Managing project finance and resources

Learning Outcomes:

  • Use forecasting techniques to show how project finances can be estimated
  • Describe how finances and resources for projects can be secured
  • Show how budgets can be used to control project finances
  • Describe reporting of project finance and resource use

Module 4 – Managing project quality and risk

Learning Outcomes:

  • Describe why it is important to identify and manage risk for a project
  • Identify risks in a given scenario and suggest how they might be minimised/managed
  • Describe approaches to quality management
  • Apply appropriate quality management solutions in given scenarios

Module 5 – Managing people and communications in project management and the Project Life cycle

Learning Outcomes:

  • Explain the importance of managing stakeholder expectations and how this can be achieved
  • Define the project team and team roles
  • Explain effective team management techniques for successful projects
  • Explain why effective communication is important successful team working and how this can be achieved
  • Describe the stages of the project life cycle
  • Describe approaches to project closedown and reporting
  • Explain how to evaluate the success of projects
  • Apply appropriate project management techniques to a given scenario

Course 3 - Certificate in Operations Management Online Course

Introduction to Operations Management

  • What is Operations Management
  • Continuing Challenges for Operations Managers
  • Three Fundamental Activities
  • Value Chain
  • Five Primary Activities
  • Four Essential Support Activities
  • The Systems View
  • Operations as Transformation Systems
  • Controlling Systems
  • The Six P’s of Operations Performance Objectives
  • Dimensions of Competitiveness
  • Product Life Cycle
  • Volume Variety Matrix and Produce Process Matrix
  • Job Shop
  • Batch Processes
  • Assemble Line
  • A Cell
  • Universal Principles

Product Planning and Positioning

  • Product Strategies
  • Making Decisions about the Product and the Market
  • Professor Eppink’s article deals with the need for strategic innovation
  • Product Planning Concept
  • Checklist Features
  • Production and Engineering Factors Research and Development
  • Stages of an R&D Programme
  • Product Rejuvenation
  • Marketing Factors
  • Financial Factors
  • Design Proposal
  • Reasons for failure of an R&D
  • Process used by Life Cycle Engineering
  • Value Analysis
  • Methodology of Value Analysis: The Six Phase Approach

Process Design

  • Process Type and Facilities
  • Types of Focus of Facilities
  • International Operations Strategy
  • Facilities Strategy Factors
  • Capacity Management
  • Capacity
  • Strategies
  • Active Strategies
  • Passive Strategies
  • Capacity and its Features
  • Design Capacity
  • Effective Capacity
  • Actual Output
  • System Efficiency
  • System Utilisation
  • Capacity Aspects
  • Facilities
  • Layout Principles within a Facility
  • Layout Problems
  • Types of Layouts
  • Special Applications
  • Systematic Layout Planning
  • Business Process Reengineering

Managing Demand and Supply of Materials

  • Demand Management
  • Order Management
  • Techniques for Order Management
  • Order Service
  • Forecasting
  • Forecasting Techniques
  • Material Requirements Planning
  • MRP Calculations
  • Requirements for Successful MRP
  • Features of MRP Systems
  • Independent Demand Inventory Control
  • Types of Inventory
  • Inventory is necessary
  • Inventory Decisions
  • How much to order: Economic
  • Limitations of the EOQ
  • The EOQ and the JIT philosophy
  • Quantity Discounts
  • Measure of Service Levels
  • Time Phased Order Point
  • Inventory Control

Project Management

  • Growth of Project Management
  • Participants in Project Management
  • Project Documentation
  • Network Planning Techniques
  • Network planning is used
  • Work Breakdown Structures
  • Project Requirements
  • Symbols used in Network Planning
  • Numbering the Network
  • Determining Activity Times
  • Activity Duration Times
  • Constructing the Network
  • Constructing the Overall Project Duration
  • Float
  • Using Computer Packages in Network Planning
  • Potential Problems of Computer Applications
  • Probability of Duration
  • Calculation of Load
  • Project Control
  • Project Status Reports
  • Milestones
  • Project Cost Scheduling
  • Crashing Activities
  • Cost/Time Curve
  • Controlling Variances
  • Factors which lead to project success
  • Factors which lead to project failure

Quality Management

  • Quality Views – John Guaspari
  • Quality Views –The Kano Model
  • Customer Expectations: Moments of Truth
  • Customer Expectations: Gaps Analysis
  • Quality Gurus and their Views
  • Marketing in Management
  • The ISO 9000 Systems
  • Quality Systems Requirements
  • Tools of Quality
  • Statistical Process Control (SPC)
  • Improvement Techniques
  • Reliability and Maintenance

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

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The Personal Success Training Program Helps You Stay Focused To Achieve Your Goals!
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Course Summary

Course ID No.: 009OABLD3CB
Delivery Mode: Online
Course Access: Unlimited Lifetime
Time required: Study at your own pace
Assessments: Yes
Qualification: Certificate

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