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Senior Manager

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The Senior Management Qualifications

Select one of the 3 qualification programs below. Credits can be carried forward between qualifications.

Certificate in Senior Management

  • Credits: 42
  • Courses 7
  • Duration: 2 months
  • Fees: £360 (from £107 per month)
  • Exam fees: Included

Diploma in Senior Management

  • Credits: 78
  • Courses 13
  • Duration: 4 months
  • Fees: £640 (from £127 per month)
  • Exam fees: Included

Advanced Diploma in Senior Management

  • Credits: 120
  • Courses 20
  • Duration: 6 months
  • Fees: £960 (from £127 per month)
  • Exam fees: Included

Key Features of the Program

Best Practice Online Learning

All Global courses are delivered online using leading technologies and accessible on all devices 24/7. All courses in the program include lectures, video clips, quizzes and downloadable learning manuals and additional resources.

Accredited Manager Certification

On completion of your qualification, you will receive certification from The Institute of Accredited Managers. On completion of 15 courses (120 credits), you will be eligible for the prestigious ACCREDITED EXECUTIVE MANAGER QUALIFICATION.

Exam Preparation

The courses in the Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma programs are designed to meet the specifications of the I.A.M examinations and are approved by the I.A.M. On completion of the assessment in the online courses, learners will be well prepared to succeed in the examinations.

Continuos Tutor Support

Throughout your learning program you will receive continuous online and email support from your personal tutor. Your tutor will also guide you through the program and advise on your registration for the final examinations.

The Senior Management Courses

Certificate in Senior Management

  • Credits: 42
  • Courses 7

Program Content

  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Leadership
  • Unit 3: The Evolution of Leadership
  • Unit 4: The Behavioral Leadership Model
  • Unit 5: Transformational Leadership
  • Unit 6: Situational Leadership
  • Unit 7: Action-Centered Leadership
  • Unit 8: Emotional Intelligence and Leadership
  • Unit 9: EI and 6 Leadership Styles
  • Unit 10: Creating the Vision
  • Unit 11: Motivating Your Team
  • Unit 12: Leadership Communication
  • Unit 13: Wrapping-Up and Further Learning
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Coaching
  • Unit 3: The Coaching Process
  • Unit 4: Coaching Models – GROW
  • Unit 5: Coaching skills
  • Unit 6: Coaching and Performance
  • Unit 7: Individual Development Plans
  • Unit 8: Understanding Mentoring
  • Unit 9: Making the Business Case
  • Unit 10: Selecting Coaches
  • Unit 11: Overcoming Objections
  • Unit 12: Evaluating Outcomes
  • Unit 13: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: The Pressure to Innovate
  • Unit 3: Approaches to Innovation
  • Unit 4: Blue Ocean Strategy
  • Unit 5: Leading Innovation
  • Unit 6: Stage Gate – Managing the Process
  • Unit 7: Locating Innovation Opportunities
  • Unit 8: Opportunity Analysis
  • Unit 9: Innovation Project Requirements
  • Unit 10: Mobilize the Change Team
  • Unit 11: Change Management Plan
  • Unit 12: Communication
  • Unit 13: Monitor Progress and Celebrate Wins
  • Unit 14: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Organizations
  • Unit 3: Knowing your Stakeholders
  • Unit 4: Business Environment Analysis
  • Unit 5: The Political Factors
  • Unit 6: The Economic Factors
  • Unit 7: The Social Factors
  • Unit 8: The Technological Factors
  • Unit 9: The Environmental Factors
  • Unit 10: The Legal Factors
  • Unit 11: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Marketing
  • Unit 3: Knowing Your Products and Services
  • Unit 4: Knowing Your Customers
  • Unit 5: Customer Segmentation
  • Unit 4: Knowing Your Competition
  • Unit 7: Understanding Market Share
  • Unit 8: The Marketing Mix
  • Unit 9: Product Positioning and Pricing
  • Unit 10: Place Strategy
  • Unit 11: Promoting Your Business
  • Unit 12: Evaluating Marketing Effectiveness
  • Unit 13: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Customer Service
  • Unit 3: Knowing your Customers
  • Unit 4: Knowing Customer Needs
  • Unit 5: Meeting Customer Needs
  • Unit 6: Exceeding Customer Expectations
  • Unit 7: Knowing Customer Legal Rights
  • Unit 8: Using Customer Feedback
  • Unit 9: Handling Complaints
  • Unit 10: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Management
  • Unit 3: Efficiency versus Effectiveness
  • Unit 5: The Functions of Management
  • Unit 6: Planning and Management by Objectives
  • Unit 7: Implementing Strategy
  • Unit 8: Organizing – Setting up Teams
  • Unit 9: Delegating Effectively
  • Unit 10: Directing (Leading your Team)
  • Unit 11: Leadership Styles
  • Unit 12: Management Controls
  • Unit 13: Accountability Management
  • Unit 14: Improving Efficiency and Effectiveness
  • Unit 15: Assessing Efficiency and Effectiveness
  • Unit 16: Becoming an Effective Manager
  • Unit 17: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Resources
  • Unit 3: Identifying Resource Requirements
  • Unit 4: Capacity and Resource Planning
  • Unit 5: Purchasing and Materials Planning
  • Unit 6: Monitoring and Allocating Materials
  • Unit 7: Managing the Security of Resources
  • Unit 8: Maintenance and Safe use of Resources
  • Unit 9: Improving Resource Management
  • Unit 10: Wrapping-up

 

  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: The Context for Business Research
  • Unit 3: Quantitative versus Qualitative Research
  • Unit 4: The Literature Review
  • Unit 5: Research Approaches
  • Unit 6: Sampling
  • Unit 7: Quantitative Research
  • Unit 8: Questionnaire Design and Testing
  • Unit 9: Using secondary data
  • Unit 10: Collecting and Analyzing Qualitative Data
  • Unit 11: Field research Methods
  • Unit 12: The Research Report
  • Unit 13: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Economics
  • Unit 3: Understanding Supply and Demand
  • Unit 4: Elasticity of Demand
  • Unit 5: Consumer Choices
  • Unit 6: Changes in Income and Prices and Consumption Choices
  • Unit 7: Labour-Leisure and Consumption Choices
  • Unit 8: Perfect Competition
  • Unit 9: Monopolies
  • Unit 10: Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly
  • Unit 11: Oligopoly
  • Unit 12: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 9: Wrapping-up

Diploma in Senior Management

  • Credits: 78
  • Courses 13

Program Content

  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Leadership
  • Unit 3: The Evolution of Leadership
  • Unit 4: The Behavioral Leadership Model
  • Unit 5: Transformational Leadership
  • Unit 6: Situational Leadership
  • Unit 7: Action-Centered Leadership
  • Unit 8: Emotional Intelligence and Leadership
  • Unit 9: EI and 6 Leadership Styles
  • Unit 10: Creating the Vision
  • Unit 11: Motivating Your Team
  • Unit 12: Leadership Communication
  • Unit 13: Wrapping-Up and Further Learning
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Coaching
  • Unit 3: The Coaching Process
  • Unit 4: Coaching Models – GROW
  • Unit 5: Coaching skills
  • Unit 6: Coaching and Performance
  • Unit 7: Individual Development Plans
  • Unit 8: Understanding Mentoring
  • Unit 9: Making the Business Case
  • Unit 10: Selecting Coaches
  • Unit 11: Overcoming Objections
  • Unit 12: Evaluating Outcomes
  • Unit 13: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: The Pressure to Innovate
  • Unit 3: Approaches to Innovation
  • Unit 4: Blue Ocean Strategy
  • Unit 5: Leading Innovation
  • Unit 6: Stage Gate – Managing the Process
  • Unit 7: Locating Innovation Opportunities
  • Unit 8: Opportunity Analysis
  • Unit 9: Innovation Project Requirements
  • Unit 10: Mobilize the Change Team
  • Unit 11: Change Management Plan
  • Unit 12: Communication
  • Unit 13: Monitor Progress and Celebrate Wins
  • Unit 14: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Organizations
  • Unit 3: Knowing your Stakeholders
  • Unit 4: Business Environment Analysis
  • Unit 5: The Political Factors
  • Unit 6: The Economic Factors
  • Unit 7: The Social Factors
  • Unit 8: The Technological Factors
  • Unit 9: The Environmental Factors
  • Unit 10: The Legal Factors
  • Unit 11: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Marketing
  • Unit 3: Knowing Your Products and Services
  • Unit 4: Knowing Your Customers
  • Unit 5: Customer Segmentation
  • Unit 4: Knowing Your Competition
  • Unit 7: Understanding Market Share
  • Unit 8: The Marketing Mix
  • Unit 9: Product Positioning and Pricing
  • Unit 10: Place Strategy
  • Unit 11: Promoting Your Business
  • Unit 12: Evaluating Marketing Effectiveness
  • Unit 13: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Customer Service
  • Unit 3: Knowing your Customers
  • Unit 4: Knowing Customer Needs
  • Unit 5: Meeting Customer Needs
  • Unit 6: Exceeding Customer Expectations
  • Unit 7: Knowing Customer Legal Rights
  • Unit 8: Using Customer Feedback
  • Unit 9: Handling Complaints
  • Unit 10: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Management
  • Unit 3: Efficiency versus Effectiveness
  • Unit 5: The Functions of Management
  • Unit 6: Planning and Management by Objectives
  • Unit 7: Implementing Strategy
  • Unit 8: Organizing – Setting up Teams
  • Unit 9: Delegating Effectively
  • Unit 10: Directing (Leading your Team)
  • Unit 11: Leadership Styles
  • Unit 12: Management Controls
  • Unit 13: Accountability Management
  • Unit 14: Improving Efficiency and Effectiveness
  • Unit 15: Assessing Efficiency and Effectiveness
  • Unit 16: Becoming an Effective Manager
  • Unit 17: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Resources
  • Unit 3: Identifying Resource Requirements
  • Unit 4: Capacity and Resource Planning
  • Unit 5: Purchasing and Materials Planning
  • Unit 6: Monitoring and Allocating Materials
  • Unit 7: Managing the Security of Resources
  • Unit 8: Maintenance and Safe use of Resources
  • Unit 9: Improving Resource Management
  • Unit 10: Wrapping-up

 

  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: The Context for Business Research
  • Unit 3: Quantitative versus Qualitative Research
  • Unit 4: The Literature Review
  • Unit 5: Research Approaches
  • Unit 6: Sampling
  • Unit 7: Quantitative Research
  • Unit 8: Questionnaire Design and Testing
  • Unit 9: Using secondary data
  • Unit 10: Collecting and Analyzing Qualitative Data
  • Unit 11: Field research Methods
  • Unit 12: The Research Report
  • Unit 13: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Economics
  • Unit 3: Understanding Supply and Demand
  • Unit 4: Elasticity of Demand
  • Unit 5: Consumer Choices
  • Unit 6: Changes in Income and Prices and Consumption Choices
  • Unit 7: Labour-Leisure and Consumption Choices
  • Unit 8: Perfect Competition
  • Unit 9: Monopolies
  • Unit 10: Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly
  • Unit 11: Oligopoly
  • Unit 12: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 9: Wrapping-up

Advanced Diploma in Senior Management

  • Credits: 120
  • Courses 20

Program Content

  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Ethical Leadership
  • Unit 3: Understanding Organization Culture
  • Unit 4: Application of Culture Theory
  • Unit 5: Understanding Business Ethics
  • Unit 6: Understanding Ethics in the Workplace
  • Unit 7: Values, Culture and Leadership
  • Unit 8: Becoming an Ethical Leader
  • Unit 9: Leading with Integrity
  • Unit 10: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Leadership for Results
  • Unit 3: Management by Objectives
  • Unit 4: Measuring Performance
  • Unit 5: Defining Effective Teams
  • Unit 6: Motivating your Team
  • Unit 7: The Team Performance Plan
  • Unit 8: Leadership Styles And Performance
  • Unit 9: Leadership for Results in Practice
  • Unit 10: Wrapping Up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Recruitment
  • Unit 3: Workforce Planning
  • Unit 4: Recruitment Policies And Procedures
  • Unit 5: Writing the Job Description
  • Unit 6: Advertising the Vacancy
  • Unit 7: Using a Recruitment Agency
  • Unit 8: Shortlisting
  • Unit 9: Occupational Assessment
  • Unit 10: The Interview
  • Unit 11: Selection and Appointment
  • Unit 12: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Unit 3: The Context for CSR
  • Unit 4: Stakeholders and CSR
  • Unit 5: Implementing CSR
  • Unit 6: Developing a CSR Strategy
  • Unit 7: Developing CSR Policies
  • Unit 8: Implementing CSR Policies
  • Unit 9: Monitoring and Reporting CSR
  • Unit 10: Measuring CSR
  • Unit 11: Evaluate and Improve CSR Performance
  • Unit 12: Wrapping-up

 

  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Organization Strategy
  • Unit 3: Understanding Strategic Planning
  • Unit 4: Knowing your Organization
  • Unit 5: Understanding the External Environment
  • Unit 6: Understanding Strategic Theory
  • Unit 7: Growth Decision Making (Portfolio Analysis)
  • Unit 8: Understanding Blue Ocean Strategy
  • Unit 9: Developing your Vision, Mission and Values
  • Unit 10: Developing Goals and Objectives
  • Unit 11: Action Planning
  • Unit 12: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Organisation Strategy
  • Unit 3:Understanding Strategic Theory
  • Unit 4: Understanding Strategic Planning
  • Unit 5: Knowing your Organisation
  • Unit 6: Environment Analysis
  • Unit 7: Creating the Vision and Mission
  • Unit 8: Goals and Objectives
  • Unit 9: Action Planning
  • Unit 10: Implementing Business Strategy
  • Unit 11: Measuring Business Performance
  • Unit 12: Balanced Scorecard
  • Unit 13: Reviewing Strategic Execution
  • Unit 14: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Sources of Business Finance
  • Unit 3: The Balance Sheet
  • Unit 4: The Income Statement
  • Unit 5: The Cash Flow Statement
  • Unit 6: Profitability Ratios
  • Unit 7: Asset Management Ratios
  • Unit 8: Liquidity Ratios
  • Unit 9: Leverage Ratios
  • Unit 10: Activity Ratios
  • Unit 11: Investment Valuation Ratios
  • Unit 12: Financial Decision Making
  • Unit 13: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Promoting the Business
  • Unit 3: Advertising
  • Unit 4: Internet Marketing
  • Unit 5: Branding
  • Unit 6: Developing Promotional Materials
  • Unit 7: Developing Newsletters
  • Unit 8: Direct mailing
  • Unit 9: Email Marketing
  • Unit 10: Planning the Promotional Campaign
  • Unit 12: Evaluating Campaign Outcomes
  • Unit 12: Wrapping-up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Quality
  • Unit 3: Quality Standards
  • Unit 4: Customers and Quality
  • Unit 5: Understanding TQM
  • Unit 6: Quality Awards
  • Unit 7: The Costs of Quality
  • Unit 8: Benchmarking Quality
  • Unit 9: Understanding Processes
  • Unit 10: Statistics and Process Control
  • Unit 11: Leadership in Quality Management
  • Unit 12: Quality Improvement
  • Unit 13: Understanding Six Sigma
  • Unit 14: Understanding LEAN (1)
  • Unit 15: Understanding LEAN (2)
  • Unit 16: Planning Improvement
  • Unit 17: Wrapping up
  • Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Unit 2: Understanding Stress
  • Unit 3: Understanding Stress at Work
  • Unit 4: Your Experience of Stress at Work
  • Unit 5: The Manager’s role in Managing Stress
  • Unit 6: The Organization’s Role in Managing Stress
  • Unit 7: Organizational Risk Assessment
  • Unit 8: Using the Assessment Tool
  • Unit 9: Bullying and Harassment
  • Unit 10: Conflict in the Workplace
  • Unit 11: Wrapping-up

Accredited Executive Manager Qualification Exam

On completion of the program, you will be enrolled in the Accredited Executive Manager Examination. On achieving a pass-mark on the examination, you will be awarded the prestigious Accredited Executive Manager Qualification.

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