As a manager, you will be required to make decisions every day. Some minor, some important with far reaching consequences. Recent studies show that despite what we might think, we are not as good at making decisions as we think we are.
Let's face it, analysing numbers and doing maths might not be your idea of a great night out (otherwise you'd already probably be an accountant) but every manager needs to have a basic grip of figures. Budgets need to be set and managed, cash flows produced and monitored, business cases justified and costs controlled. Understanding finances is not only essential to the day to day running of your team or department, but can greatly aid you in making decisions; as well as becoming more efficient and productive.
In addition to the specialist skills and knowledge required of any manager, the ability to step back and see the bigger picture and understand how an organisation operates in a commercial environment is essential.
A multi-award-winning business simulation is at the heart of this course, providing you with hands on experience in running a business.
Mental Health England are internationally recognised as a leading organisation in the field of Mental Health. This one day course is designed to create Mental Health Champions within your organisation to support your qualified Mental Health First Aiders.
My son, who is at University, went for an interview recently for an internship. I helped him with his preparation going over the steps that I go through when preparing for an interview. (If you are interested in this – let me know and I will make it the subject of another blog article). We discussed how to identify sensible questions he could ask and possible questions that they might ask and how he might answer those.
Our extensive range of bite-sized learning sessions get right to the heart (or kernel if you prefer) of the matter.
.NET Core is the next generation of ASP.NET. A completely new web stack developed from the ground up. This introductory course introduces attendees to the new .NET Core platform and teaches them the skills necessary to start to design and build well-architected web and service-oriented applications that follow the MVC design pattern.
We understand why organisations with dispersed and/or voluntary workforces like the thought of e-learning in particular because of the reduced costs and increased accessibility associated with this type of delivery. However, the long and short of it is that it although it is cheap and easy to distribute, it isn’t always as effective as clients might hope.
Quanta Blended Learning Programmes combine many of the benefits of e-learning with the benefits of face-to-face training.
There are many benefits to formalising your Business Analysis Skills.
As an organisation...
Your analysts will develop a sound knowledge of Business Analysis best practice, developing missing skills and knowledge ultimately helping you to standardise effective ways of working across your teams. Investing in your Business Analysts enables you to demonstrate commitment to them and their development.
To complete the BCS International Diploma in Business Analysis you must pass an Oral Exam with a BCS examiner.
We work with you to help you understand what you may be asked in the Oral Exam and to develop your responses.
This is not primarily a content revision course, but is more about how to demonstrate the knowledge you have gained as a professional and during the four courses you have completed on route to the Diploma.