Apply a range of business concepts, tools and terminology to common business situations
Explain the importance of business management for you and your community
Identify your own skills, interests and ideas, and how you can continue to develop them
Explore opportunities and challenges of working with others: including collaboration, listening to others, feedback, negotiation
Explain the important aspects of a business idea to potential customers and investors
Reflect on what you’ve learnt and how you will apply this now
On this course, you’ll develop a range of business management skills relevant to your life, university study or the world of work.
You’ll learn how to use and apply useful business concepts, tools and terminology whilst exploring four key aspects of business management: managing money, managing people, managing information, and – most importantly – managing and understanding yourself.
You’ll learn to communicate professionally in common business situations. You’ll reflect on your own management and leadership style and consider the concepts of success, sustainability, and social responsibility.
Managing yourself: introduction to management and leadership styles.
Managing money and key financial concepts, including the implications of various sources of finance and the relative importance of cash flow and profit.
Managing people, stakeholder management and professional communication.
Managing Information: different information types and key information management issues.
The roles businesses play in the lives of people and communities, and social responsibility.
Aspects of growth and the effects of success.
This course is supported by UK Aid - Strategic Partnerships for Higher Education, Innovation and Reform.
This course is designed for refugees, displaced people and the communities supporting them in the MENA (Middle East and Northern Africa) region who wish to study a Business Management related course at a university in English.
It has been created as part of the PADILEIA project, which aims to increase access to higher education and employment.
However, this course will also be of interest to anyone looking to develop their Business Management skills and foundational knowledge, as well as their English language and communication skills in a business setting.
We recommend learners have a minimum of CEFR B1 (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) to get the most from this course.