Certificate in Business Strategy
Three great reasons to consider this course
- Links to Heilbronn University students in the completion of 1-week intensive residential module.
- The course aims to equip learners with a toolbox of approach to business planning and performance management.
- Network and build relationships with other senior managers and business leaders from across the North East
This 1-year part-time course is aimed at developing the strategic thinking skills of managers and leaders and at enhancing their understanding of strategy and business planning in practice.
Important notice about this course
This course is aimed at enhancing learners’ understanding of strategy and business planning in practice. It comprises two modules – ‘New Venture Finance’ & ‘Applied Strategic Management’.
The course aims to provide learners with the relevant skills and abilities to critically compare business models and diagnose key strategic issues for various industries; develop a strategy and an in-depth financial plan for a proposed project (including a risk assessment), and strategically communicate this plan to relevant stakeholders.
The Strategy Module is run as a one-week intensive session in collaboration with Heilbronn University, Germany and the students participate in an advanced business simulation. There are normally some follow up assignments the students have to complete as well. For 2018 the residential module will take place during the 1st week of November in Dromantine (8 miles north of Newry, Co. Down).
This course comprises two modules:
- New Venture Finance
- Applied Strategic Management
This is a day-time delivered course running over one year, with attendance required on one day per week plus a one week residential. On alternate years, the residential is held abroad (in Germany).
Classes are delivered on Tuesdays or Thursdays (depending on timetables), and will be supported by blended learning and significant on-line material. Assessment will comprise course work and/or examination. Exams take place in January and May.
On completion of this course learners will have a greater understanding of their own strengths as well as those of their colleagues; they will become empowered to use enhanced strategic business planning concepts and theories, develop plans and devote time to strategic planning in the future.
Applicants should typically have a degree level qualification (at Level 8) (or equivalent) in a business related discipline, OR a sufficient academic record along with a minimum of 3 years industry or management experience.
International students must have a minimum level of English equivalent to IELTS 6.5.
This programme should be of interest to practicing industry managers or those who seek to improve their performance through the implementation of key theories, techniques and practical application of new strategic approaches within their existing organisation.
|School||School of Business & Humanities|
|Awarding Body||Dundalk Institute of Technology|
|Starting Date||September 2018 (date to be confirmed).|