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Management

Universities and colleges set their own admission requirements for higher education courses, so they vary broadly. Depending on the course, graduate student may be able to get into higher education with a range of qualifications. If you're applying to do a Foundation Degree course, you may find that work experience is taken into consideration alongside any qualifications you have. Some higher education institutes and colleges offer Foundation Years as preparation for a certain degree courses. They usually don't result in separate criteria as they simply qualify you to enter the degree program itself. Foundation Years aren't within reach for all degree courses, however.

If you are a strong leader and good at communicating, a master’s program in management could be for you. A master’s in management program will teach you effective management techniques, how to deal with employee issues, and how to make your employees work efficiently.

Despite its small population, Denmark ranks as one of the world's most innovative countries thanks to a strong emphasis on research and high-quality education. You will also be studying in a safe, friendly and innovation-driven environment.

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Bullying and Harassment at Work Course

NIVA Education
Campus Full time 3 days Denmark Copenhagen

Based on the most recent research, the course will update the participants’ knowledge on the causes, risk factors and consequences of bullying at work. The course will also discuss the strategies for the prevention and management of bullying and harassment at work. Special focus will be on the prevention and management of bullying at work, investigation of cases, as well as on treatment of targets of bullying. [+]

{good-term} {academiccourses-course:plural} in Management in Denmark 2017. Bullying and harassment at work is widely recognized as a serious safety and health problem in working life. Course objectives Based on the most recent research, the course will update the participants’ knowledge on the causes, risk factors and consequences of bullying at work. The course will also discuss the strategies for the prevention and management of bullying and harassment at work. Special focus will be on the prevention and management of bullying at work, investigation of cases, as well as on treatment of targets of bullying. The course will also give the participants a forum and an opportunity to explore and discuss the issue with people who work in different roles for the prevention and management of bullying and harassment. Target group Personnel management, line managers, occupational safety and health professionals, trade union officials, lawyers, labour inspectors, organizational consultants, clinical therapists, researchers and PhD students Course outline The language of the course is English. The course will consist of lectures given by internationally known experts in the field, case presentations, discussions, group work, case studies and practical exercises. Main topics The concept of bullying, harassment and mobbing at work Antecedents, causes and consequences of bullying etc. – recent development in research Prevention and management of the problem; practical measures to prevent bullying and harassment at work - interventions and best practice; roles of different actors (e.g. line managers, members of the work unit, health and safety representatives, consultants) Settling the situations: basic... [-]

Lean and the Work Environment Course

NIVA Education
Campus Full time 4 days Denmark Copenhagen

The course will consist of a mix of lectures and discussions on the role of lean, the work environment and sustainable production processes in practical lean implementation or the participant’s research projects. Basic lean literature will be distributed to participants before the course. [+]

The course will consist of a mix of lectures and discussions on the role of lean, the work environment and sustainable production processes in practical lean implementation or the participant’s research projects. Basic lean literature will be distributed to participants before the course. The participants will also be asked to prepare a brief introduction of their research project or lean implementation activities. The course can be approved as a Phd-course with 3,5 ETCS at Aalborg University. This course has also been accepted as a theoretical course (10 hours) demanded in the medical specialist education in the training programs of occupational health services at the University of Helsinki in Finland. The acceptance is valid for the specialist training programs at the Faculty of Medicine of all Finnish universities. Course objectives To understand the concept of sustainable production processes To understand the lean concept and the advantages and disadvantages of lean To understand how lean can be used in the development of sustainable production processes To able to relate lean and sustainable production processes to one's own research projects Target group Researchers and PhD-students working with lean, sustainable production, organizational development, operations management, innovation, human resource management, working environment Academic practitioners working with lean and the working environment The course can be approved as a Phd-course with 3,5 ETCS. Course outline Problem based learning. Mix of lectures and students discussion of the role of lean, the work environment and sustainable production processes in their research projects or practical lean implementation. Basic lean... [-]

Academy Professional (AP) Degree in Automotive Management

Dania Academy, University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Denmark Viborg Randers + 1 more

The programme qualifies you to work independently on diagnosis, repair and optimisation of automotive technology. It also qualifies you to take on the overall management of a garage, as well as the administration and training of staff. [+]

{good-term} {academiccourses-course:plural} in Management in Denmark 2017. The Automotive Management study programme is a two-year programme. It is taught at Dania Viborg. The programme qualifies you to work independently on diagnosis, repair and optimisation of automotive technology. It also qualifies you to take on the overall management of a garage, as well as the administration and training of staff. This education is all about cars, but you will also learn to combine theory with practical work, and be able to handle both technical and commercial challenges within the automotive field. The degree offers subjects such as innovation and design, bodywork, driving systems, IT diagnosis systems, HR, law and operational management. The AP Degree in Automotive Management is of two years duration, made up of 4 semesters and corresponding to a total of 120 ECTS points. The overall subject areas are Technology and design Optimization and repair IT Consultancy and dissemination Communication Sales and service Operational and financial management HR management Quality and safety Documentation The compulsory elements equal 65 ECTS and the optional elements equal 25 ECTS (see more details under Elements) Moreover you will complete a three month internship (15 ECTS) and write a final project (15 ECTS). Teaching methods The teaching methods are a combination of class teaching, projects, case studies, external teachers from businesses or other educational institutions, as well as excursions to local businesses. We pay great attention to bring practical experiences into our teaching. As the Automotive Management degree is a combination of commercial and... [-]