Business Management Level 4
Boost your knowledge in business management from home and achieve an Ofqual recognised Level 4 Extended Diploma in Management.
- Develop your personal skills to allow you to succeed in a working environment.
- Explore the marketing mix and the part if plays in the business planning process.
- Learn more about strategic human resource management, including recruiting the right staff and retaining them.
- Study the fundamentals of financial management and control such as making food financial decisions and the impact a bad decision can have on the business.
This level 4 course dives into the in-depth knowledge of business and management, providing the equivalent to the first year of an undergraduate degree.
It is ideal for:
- Students who want to develop their business management skills
- Learners that want to go onto university and further learning
- Those aspiring to work or progress their career in business management
This course provides you with the equivalent skills and education of the first year of an undergraduate degree, at a pace that suits you. Join over 90,000 other students who chose to improve their education and boost their employability through distance learning.
Up to five years.
You will receive an ATHE Level 4 Extended Diploma in Management.
You must be at least 18 years of age and have completed secondary education.
Online and written assignments.
ATHE Level 4 Extended Diploma in Management qualification 600/4378/7
- Understand which personal skills are vital to the business world and why.
- Learn a range of vital communication skills and understand how and why they are used in different commercial purposes.
- External factors that may affect the business and its operations, including economics, internal dimensions, nature and competition.
- Gaining an understanding of the marketing mix and using it within the process of business planning.
- Looking at employees as a business's most valuable asset, and how you can recruit, reward and obtain the best possible.
- Exploring management theories and models and their different contexts.
- Looking at culture, why it’s important and how it differs between organisations.
- Looking at customers as a business's most valuable asset, and how you can recruit, reward and obtain the best possible.
- Understanding accounts and how they can be used effectively to give valuable insight into the health and status of an organisation.
- Reviewing good and bad financial decision making and the impact they have on a business.