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MIS 104: Data Analysis Using SPSS (Apr 06 – 08)Overview of SPSS; Frequency distributions; Measures of central tendency; Measure of dispersion; Cross tabulation; Linear Regression analysis; Chi Square; Anova; Basic Analytical Techniques used in Professional and Academic Research and interpretation.
GM 117: Pre-Retirement and Pension Planning (Apr 06 – 08)The Retirement Concept; Managing Economic and Social Life; Managing Your Health; The New Pension Scheme; Preparing and Managing a Retirement Plan and a Will.
GM 120: Job Analysis and Evaluation (Apr 06 – 08)Overview of the Job Analysis & Evaluation Process, the Relevance and Linkage to Compensation; Job Description & Analysis Methods & Process; Practical aspects of Writing Job Description; Setting Performance Objectives; Performance Appraisal; Job Evaluation Methods and Techniques
MM 108: Hotel & Hospitality Management (Apr 11 – 15)Overview of Hotel & Hospitality Management; House Keeping, Catering and Customer Services; Front Desk Management; Back House Management; Supply Chain Management; Accounting & Financial Management; Industry Standard Operating Practices (SOPs); Safety and Security.
MM 117: Brand and Corporate Image Management (Apr 11 – 15)Managing Corporate Image; Customer Buying Strategy; Promoting the Right Image; Test for Effective Logo; Branding; Positioning Strategy; Crisis Management; Media Selection and Advertising Design; Building and Evaluating Brand Promotion.
FM 111: Accounting for Non-Accountants (Apr 11 – 15)Journalise and Post Transactions; Records Keeping: Cash and Petty Cash, Sales and Purchases, Receipts and Payments; Preparation of Cheque Register & Bank Reconciliation Statement; Preparation of Ledger Accounts, Trial Balance & Financial Statements; Preparation and Analysis of Budget & Cashflow Statements; Fundamentals of Auditing and Internal Controls.
FM 113: International Financial Reporting Standards (Apr 11 – 22)Conceptual Framework of Accounting; Preparation of Quality Financial Statements (IFRS/IAS Requirements for Financial Reporting; Application and Practice of Selected Standards (IFRS): Financial Instruments (IFRS 9), Lease Accounting (IFRS 16 New Standard), Accounting for Property, Plant and Equipment (IAS 16), Employees Benefits (IAS 19), Revenue from Contracts with Customers(IFRS 15 New Standard), Intangible assets (IAS 38), Provisions, Contingent Assets/Liabilities (IAS 37), Impairment of Assets (IAS 36), Introduction to MS Excel
FM 113: International Financial Reporting Standards (Apr 11 – 22)Conceptual Framework of Accounting; Preparation of Quality Financial Statements (IFRS/IAS Requirements for Financial Reporting; Application and Practice of Selected Standards (IFRS): Financial Instruments (IFRS 9), Lease Accounting (IFRS 16 New Standard), Accounting for Property, Plant and Equipment (IAS 16), Employees Benefits (IAS 19), Revenue from Contracts with Customers(IFRS 15 New Standard), Intangible assets (IAS 38), Provisions, Contingent Assets/Liabilities (IAS 37), Impairment of Assets (IAS 36), Introduction to MS Excel
GM 104: Managing Interpersonal Relations (Apr 11 – 15)Principles of Human Relations; Individual Differences and Diversity Management; Conflict Management; Effective Communication: Assertiveness & Listening Skills; Emotional Intelligence. Stress Management; Attitudinal Change.
IE 104: Productivity Measurement & Improvement Techniques (Apr 18 – 22)Introduction to Production/Operations Management; Concept of Productivity; Productivity Measurement and Analysis; Productivity Improvement Factors; Productivity Improvement Techniques; Back Home Action Plan (BHAP).
MM 111: Delighting the Customer (Apr 18 – 22)Customer Service; Competencies of Customer Care Staff; Setting Performance Standards; Effective Customer Communication; Internal and External Customer Relationship; Dealing with Diverse Customer Groups; Customer Feedback Strategy; Handling Difficult Customer Encounters; Service Recovery.
FM 120: Inventory Management (Apr 18 – 22)Overview of Inventory Management; Inventory Management and Accounting for Inventory; Warehousing, Risks and Safety in Inventory Management.
FM 110: Stores Management (Apr 18 – 22)Overview of Stores Management; Role of Stores Officers; Types of Stores; Objectives and Functions of Stores; Internal Controls in Stores; Stores Equipment; Computer Applications to Stores; Stores Accounting Procedures.
MM 121: Product and Service Branding (Apr 18 – 22)The Product Management Process and Structure; Product Management Structure; Analyzing the Product Attributes; Evaluating Effectiveness of New Product or Service Development; Brands Management
FM 129: Financial Management & Risk (Apr 25 – 29)Advance Financial Management; Portfolio Theories & Investment; Measurements of Risk; Risk Quantification; Productivity & Risk – RCA
FM 115: Archival and Records Management (Apr 25 – May 06)Overview of Archival and Records Management; Procedures and Practices of Archival and Records Management; Records Manage-ment Act; Record Office Procedures; Functions of the National Archives; File Storage Systems; Legal Framework; Classification and Indexing of Records; Storage and Preservation of Archives; Acquisition of Archives; Accessibility and Handling of Archives.
FM 116: Records Management (Apr 25 – May 06)Records Management Procedures & Practices; Legal Framework & Policies; Electronic Records Management; Records Life Cycle; Records Office Procedures; File Management; Storage System Maintenance; Classification and Indexing; Functions of Record Centre; Information Retrieval.
IE 106: Workplace Improvement Techs. for Increased Productivity (Apr 25 – 29)Overview of Productivity Management; Productivity Improvement Factors & Techniques; Managing the Workplace for Increased Productivity; Basic Kaizen Techniques; Total Productive Maintenance (TPM); Back Home Action Plan (BHAP).
MM 122: Carving a Niche for Your Products and Services (Apr 25 – 29)Marketing Niche: Concepts and Importance; Analyzing the Market Competition; Market Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning; Formulating, Implementing & Evaluating Marketing Niche Strategies.
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