Operations managers are responsible for streamlining an organisation’s strategic goals to improve efficiency in achieving profitable outcomes. This short course aims to instill a critical understanding of value creation from an operations viewpoint to clarify and simplify your business objectives.
Become familiar with the dynamics of supply chain management, the importance of inventory management, and grapple with fundamental project management protocols in order to administer operational oversight. Learn processes that will ensure that risks and inefficiencies are kept to a minimum.
Expert faculty and attentive course coordination will ensure that your progress is informed, focused, and enjoyable.
11 weeks online
6 - 8 hours per week
We offer a two-part payment plan option: A 50% deposit to secure your enrollment on the course and the remaining 50% within 30 days after course start date.
We also offer students the option to apply for a Mobicred loan. Click here to apply online
We offer distance learning of a wide range of business courses. Distance learning means that you can continue your work and family commitments while studying from home at times convenient for you. To support your teaching and learning, dedicated tutors are available online and by telephone.
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