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Course information: Foundation Degree in Leadership & Management Course summary: The course is suitable for people aged 18 and above from a range of backgrounds and work contexts, primarily those working in a first line management role. Ideally the student should have access to a work based mentor who is available to take an active part in the study process through attendance at meetings and events at the college, designed to aid the student. However, this is not mandatory. Course content: Year 1 Leadership and Organisational Behaviour (20 Personal Development (40) Managing Operations (40) Management and Business Environment (20) Year 2 Business Planning and Innovation in the Workplace (40) Professional Development Planning (40) Managing Marketing and Customer Relations (20) Managing Human Resources (20) Each module has an assigned module leader Course structure: This is a two year course held on a Wednesday 5.00pm - 9.00pm or Friday 9.15am - 1.15pm at the Hebburn campus. Assessment procedure: Various assessment methods are used across the modules and may include presentations, reports, business plan, research exercise, portfolio and self assessment Reports will generally be of 3000 words duration to be handed in at the end of the relevant module and a group/individual presentation. The activities and assessments contained with both the Personal Development and Personal Development Planning modules fulfil the requirements of progress files; furthermore they are integral to development of academic research skills and analysis. The Course is moderated by a University Assessment Board Entry requirements: You must have four passes at GCSE grade C or above with one relevant pass at A Level, or a London Qualifications Authority National Diploma, Advanced Vocational Certificate of Education or relevant Level 3 qualification. Applicants must be in relevant employment to do this course. Qualifications achieved: Foundation Degree in Leadership and Management in conjunction with the University of Sunderland. Progression opportunities: BA (Hons) Degree in Applied Management Free study and financial support: For more information about student loans and grants visit Student Finance England or download our Money Matters for Higher Education 2009/10 booklet.

Course information: Foundation Degree in Leadership & Management Course summary: The course is suitable for people aged 18 and above from a range of backgrounds and work contexts, primarily those working in a first line management role. Ideally the student should have access to a work based mentor who is available to take an active part in the study process through attendance at meetings and...

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