ABE: Association of Business Executives
Accredited by OFQUAL (UK)
Major topics covered in the Business Management programme include management, marketing, economics and accounting.
The Business Management programme now comprises two pathways*:
2. Business Start Up and Entrepreneurship
The ABE Business Start-up and Entrepreneurship programme gives you the skills and knowledge you will need if you start your own business. It can also help you find a job or obtain a promotion, as all businesses will benefit from employing someone with an entrepreneurial outlook.
The unit syllabuses cover the essential understanding, knowledge and skills required by the entrepreneur for a new business start-up:
3. Marketing Management
Marketing is an important function that brings companies and clients closer together. Marketing management and establishing a marketing orientated organisation with the emphasis on the customer is a core component in an organisation’s success.
Why study the Marketing Management programme?
The programme introduces students to the crucial role that marketing plays in business development. Holders of our Marketing Management qualifications will have a good knowledge and understanding of the key principles of marketing and will be able to relate this to the workplace.
The positions below are examples of jobs currently held by ABE Marketing Management qualification holders. The list is not exhaustive as ABE qualifications are applicable to a wide range of vocations.
Level 4 Diploma in Marketing Management- Marketing or Business Development Assistant
Level 5 Diploma in Marketing Management– Assistant Marketing or Assistant Business Development Manager
4. Human Resource Management
The effective management of an organisation's human resources is now recognised as a critical component in the success of public and private enterprises. This recognition has led to a demand for trained and qualified HR professionals and the development of a career structure rising to the highest levels of the organisation.
Why study the Human Resource Management programme?
The Human Resource Management programme introduces you to the academic disciplines that underlie the effective management of the human resource and proceeds to explore the theory, practice and strategy of human resource management.
The positions below are examples of jobs currently held by ABE Human Resource Management qualification holders. The list is not exhaustive as ABE qualifications are applicable to a wide range of vocations.
Level 4 Diploma in Human Resource Management- working in a Personnel or HR Department
Level 5 Diploma in Human Resource Management– Assistant Personnel Manager or Assistant HR Manager