Students develop the business and management skills to start their own companies or be part of management teams in the Fashion, Interior Design, and Entertainment industries. Purpose: The purpose of this module is to give the business student a general understanding of the internal functions of the business, the interrelationships between and among the different functional areas as well as the influence of the external environment on the business.
An example of this may be a sheet metal cutter that uses an industry specific tool for the nesting of cut jobs and an integration would be to prepare the quote in the business management system, send the measurements of the cuts to the nesting application and then after the cut has been performed to send back materials used and off-cut details back to the core stock control and accounting system.
This module will provide you with the key theoretical arguments in Human Resource Management and on completion of the module you will have begun to identify and develop the skills and knowledge required to be a Human Resource Professional in today’s workplace.
Recent careers activities in the School of Business and Management include QConsult, a 6 week project where groups of students act as consultants for real clients, on-site visits to RBS finance department, HR and banking mentoring from professionals, in-curriculum CV training, and fortnightly workshops training students in job search and recruitment skills.
Entrepreneurs know the best feeling in business discovery and development is when the start-up venture is developed to a size that suits the needs of the market and others believe in its success just like the entrepreneur and a brand presence is established.