Management professionals are needed in every occupational field of endeavour. This Associate Degree
Programme is specially designed to enable participants with the knowledge, skills and competence to perform a range of task connected with the realization of change in organizations. The successful
completion of this programme will lay the foundation for the Bachelor of Science Degree Programmes in
International Management, Human Resources Management and Organizational Change Management.
ABOUT THE PROGRAMME
This programme will introduce participants to the following;
1. Self evaluation skills.
2. Practical concepts of leadership.
3. Strategies for effective monitoring and evaluation of work.
4. Promote the effective communication of health, safety and security activities and practice.
5. Promote health and safety in the workplace.
6. Concepts of Planning and implementation of change in the workplace.
Managers - Operations
UNITS TO BE COVERED
The modules to be covered in this programme have been carefully selected to meet the needs of this
occupational discipline and it will;
Highlight the role of the individual in managing change.
Equip participants with the knowledge and skills to monitor, implement and manage the process of change in the workplace.
To support the implementation of acceptable human resource management strategies during the implementation of change.
LEVEL 1 COURSES:
English for Academic Purposes
Resource & Professional Development
Project Management -1
Monitor Work Quality
LEVEL 2 COURSES:
Introduction to Computers
Monitor and Evaluate Change
Practical Project Delivery
Written Examination: 60%
Final Project: 40%
At least five (5) CXC Subjects at General Level including English and Mathematics.
Management Level – 2 or Diploma in Management from an approved Institution would be an asset.
A minimum of five (5) years experience in a management position may be considered.
Note: Grade requirements for CXC/CSEC subjects are General Proficiency – Grades 1 or 11 prior to June 1998 and Grades 1, 11 or 111 from June 1998.
This course will involve a mix of lectures, discussions and presentations. Each student is expected to participate fully in all presentations and should attend;
A least 80% of the lectures.
Participate in group discussions.
Complete all assignments as required.
Course Fee: $ 5500.00
Deposit: $ 2750.00
Installments: 3 months to pay remainder.
Duration: 2 Years (360 hours)
Call 431-0957 for further information.
Some aspects of this course outline are subject to change.