BUSINESS MANAGEMENT prepares students for positions within the fields of accounting, marketing, business, human resources, project management, and office administration. Training is extensive and broad to prepare students for all business management opportunities in a wide range of industries and organizations.
Students also learn various software to be skilled in document processing, spreadsheet manipulation, database entry, and presentation design and delivery, which makes them more employable for any business environment.
Grand Health Academy, registered with Ministry of Colleges and Universities, is committed to providing quality education to our students so that they are able to enter the workforce with determination and confidence in their work.
|Business Management||2-Nov-20||Mon- Fri||9:00am- 2:00pm||53 Weeks||Online Campus|
|Business Management||11-Jan-21||Mon- Fri||9:00am- 2:00pm||53 Weeks||King St Campus|
Business Management students learn many facets of business and accounting areas, so they can apply for jobs in various fields. They learn human resource management, project management, and marketing skills to make them suitable for many industries. Students also learn management fundamentals, making it possible for them to begin in higher level or supervisory positions, instead of entry level only, as students are equipped with the core business principles and entrepreneurial skills necessary to work in and manage small to medium-size enterprises. Students also learning entrepreneurial skills, including business plan development, which positions them to potentially even their own business.
Student Success Strategy – Trains on techniques & skills to achieve success in personal and professional life.
Computer Fundamentals and Internet – Trains on basic computer skills, creating and managing documents and using internet.
Keyboarding Skills – Helps learn how to touch type for improved speed and accuracy on the keyboard.
Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint – Introduces word processing, spread sheets, PowerPoint presentations.
Microsoft Word– Advanced proficiency in customizing the Microsoft Word environment, macros, mail merge, form fields, and more.
Microsoft Excel – Develops skills in customizing the Excel Interface and working with advanced proficiency functions and worksheets.
Microsoft Access – Assists in designing database, controlling data entry and application enhancement through database utilities.
Microsoft PowerPoint– Introduces slides, transitions, animation, and many features to create a dramatic presentation.
Microsoft Outlook – Explores the basic and advanced features of Outlook.
English I – Develops college-level grammar, vocabulary, sentence variety, paragraph structure, reading, and writing skills, which are necessary for success in all other courses.
Administrative Procedures – Educates and trains about the dynamic work environment in Canadian businesses and offices.
Human Resource Management – Elaborates need for human resources and how to maintain an efficient & effective workforce.
Business Mathematics – Provides the foundation in Mathematics and related concepts used in businesses and industries.
Financial Accounting I – Provides fundamental concepts of accounting, analyzing & recording financial transactions, preparing income statements and fund flow analysis.
Financial Accounting II – Introduces various categories of capital assets, their amortization and accounting for intangible assets.
Simply Accounting – Deals with creating data files, making journal entries, Accounts receivable and payable, bank reconciliations using Simply Accounting software.
Quick Books – Deals with creating data files, making journal entries, Accounts receivable and payable, bank reconciliations using Quick Books software.
Business Values and Ethics – Introduces the basic categories and framework of business ethics.
Business Communication – Introduces the principles of effective written and oral communication.
Introduction to Marketing – offers insight into the marketing functions in the business enterprise, market segmentation, target marketing and other key elements in marketing product, place, price, and promotion.
Corporate and Business Law I – Introduction to the Canadian Legal System, courts, tribunals, and procedures, including torts, contract law, sole proprietorship, partnerships, and corporations. Explore employment law, termination and dismissal, collective bargaining, and consumer protection and safety. Students also learn about environmental law, real estate laws and land transactions, intellectual property, patents, trademarks, bankruptcy and insolvency in Canada, and associated legislation.
Economics – Introduction to an understanding of micro economics, macroeconomics, and the role of economics in all industries and managerial decision making. Covers economic forecasting, game theory, production theory, consumer behavior theory, pricing theories and strategies
Fundamentals of E-Commerce – Covers trends, growth and increasing opportunities in the electronic business area. Also covers issues related to management, planning, and design of electric business.
Introduction To Entrepreneurship – Looks at entrepreneurial behavior; the role of the entrepreneur in society; conditions necessary for it to evolve; the development of venture, acquisition, and expansion.
Preparing a Business Plan – Students get the opportunity to investigate a new business venture of their interest and determine its feasibility. Students will prepare a business plan and present their products and services in a professional manner.
Fundamentals of Management – examines management processes, structure and behavior, focusing on the changing nature of management. Emphasis is placed on global management perspectives, individual and group decision making, organization culture and structure design.
Project Management – Introduces project management skills, PMBOK, the triple constraint, and qualities of a strong project and successful project leader.
Crisis Intervention Training – how to recognize the signs of escalating behaviour, how a manager should respond appropriately during episodes of chaos, and how to protect yourself and others from risk of injury.
Professional Skills – Trains on interpersonal skills required for successful induction and working in professional world.
Earning a Diploma in Business Management opens doors to a vast array of opportunities. This diploma is a merging of the courses from the Accounting Administration program and from the Business Administration program. Students are therefore training in three key areas for optimum employment opportunities — accounting, business, and management.
After earning a diploma in Business Management, graduates are eligible for positions falling under the following NOC Codes
1431 – Accounting and related clerks calculate, prepare and process bills, invoices, accounts payable and receivable, budgets and other financial records according to established procedures. They are employed throughout the private and public sectors.
1221– Administrative Officers oversee and implement administrative procedures, establish work priorities, conduct analyses of administrative operations and co-ordinate acquisition of administrative services such as office space, supplies and security services. They are employed throughout the private and public sectors. Administrative officers who are supervisors are included in this group.
1411 – General office support workers prepare correspondence, reports, statements and other material, operate office equipment, answer telephones, verify, record and process forms and documents such as contracts and requisitions and perform general clerical duties according to established procedures. They are employed in offices throughout the public and private sectors.
1422 – Data entry clerks input coded, statistical, financial and other information into computerized databases, spreadsheets or other templates using a keyboard, mouse, or optical scanner, speech recognition software or other data entry tools. They are employed in the private and public sectors.
1222 – Executive assistants co-ordinate administrative procedures, public relations activities and research and analysis functions for members of legislative assemblies, ministers, deputy ministers, corporate officials and executives, committees and boards of directors. They are employed by governments, corporations and associations.
Business Managers perform some or all of the following duties:
- Analyze and provide advice on the managerial methods and organization of a public or private sector establishment.
- Conduct research to determine efficiency and effectiveness of managerial policies and programs.
- Conduct assessments and propose improvements to methods, systems and procedures in areas such as operations, human resources, records management and communications.
- Plan the reorganization of the operations of an establishment.
- Supervise employees and administrative staff.
- Evaluate financial risk, prepare financial forecasts, financing scenarios and other documents concerning capital management, and write reports and recommendations.
- Plan short- and long-term cash flows and assess financial performance.
- Analyze and manage projects
A bachelor’s degree or college diploma in business administration, accounting administration, commerce or a related discipline is usually required.
Job openings in the field of Accounting usually seek a person who has completed college or other accounting and book keeping courses. Since majority of the firms are now using accounting software for management of their data, knowledge of computerized accounting software is considered an asset.
Job openings in the field of Business Administration usually seek a person who has completed college or other Business Administration courses. Since computerized record maintenance is the need of the hour in any organization, knowledge of basic computers with some specialization in Microsoft Office Applications is a desired asset. Good communications skills are desired to be an effective Business Administrator.
While entry level jobs ask for no experience or one to two years experience, higher positions can be sought for once you gain some practical experience in the actual workplace.
There are numerous job opportunities for Business Managers in the field of business, accounting, banking, human resource, marketing, and economic sectors both at small to medium, and medium to large corporations. Graduates can contribute towards the strategic growth of any business – potentially even their own business.
|Duration||53 Weeks – Full Time|
|Course Level||Beginner, Intermediate|
|Features||In Class, Assignment|
The Business Management program covers the following module subjects:
Student Success Strategy
Computer Fundamentals and Internet
Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
Human Resource Management
Financial Accounting I
Financial Accounting II
Business Values and Ethics
Introduction to Marketing
Corporate and Business Law I
Fundamentals of E-Commerce
Introduction To Entrepreneurship
Preparing a Business Plan
Fundamentals of Management
Crisis Intervention Training