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Course review : Management in international trade is broadly aimed at supervisors who are responsible for the control of activities and work output of small teams. While this includes roles such as junior office manager the qualification is solely aimed at a discrete level of organisational hierarchy. The qualification is intended to be the first stage in a progression leading to first line, middle and senior management. This qualification will be delivered to persons employed in a variety of roles within International Trade and Logistics (Export, Import, Shipping Line, Forwarding, Transport and Warehousing) Description This course introduces the key aspects of management in all aspects managing a team or group of people. This course will assist in understanding the people skills required in dealing with a variety of situations and enable you to increase your knowledge and advice to a high level of study. Features of the course include: Lectures , which you can view on our student campus. Questions , which you can answer through online testing or by submitting your answers to your tutor by e-mail, post or fax. Work-based evidence , being observed by your assessor and gathering evidence from work to prove that you can put what you have learned into practice. This evidence will be assessed by your assessor and, together with the other features of the course, will make up your portfolio of evidence. Qualification Structure The course is split into units. Each unit is based on a particular aspect or subject that is important to help you develop and prove the necessary skills for working in an administrative environment.

Course review : Management in international trade is broadly aimed at supervisors who are responsible for the control of activities and work output of small teams. While this includes roles such as junior office manager the qualification is solely aimed at a discrete level of organisational hierarchy. The qualification is intended to be the first stage in a progression leading to first line,...

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