The Dip. in Management requires the completion of 10 units successfully.

Semester One:
Code     Unit Name
2041     Business Writing
2042     Office Application
2011     Business Law
1001     Accounting I
2017     Introduction to Economics

Semester Two:
Code     Unit Name
2043     Marketing Management
2044     Entrepreneur & Small Business
2045     Business Organisation & Management
2046     Strategic Management
2018     HR Management


Business Writing

Business Writing

This unit will mainly stress the written part of communication. Someone can be very good in speaking a good language or passing a message effectively through spoken words but if he cannot put his great ideas and information into a logical order in written form then there will be a great chance of poor understanding that may exist among students or employees.

Learning Outcomes
After completing this subject, the students are expected to:

1. Understand the characteristics that work together to make writing effective
2. Apply appropriate techniques for building these characteristics into your own writing
3. To understand how to conduct a survey
4. Identify the structure of the essay
5. Understand the features and criteria’s of a good essay
6. Identify some top tips of writing a good essay
7. Identify the reader and purpose
8. Determine the sources of information
9. To identify the unique functions of the memorandum and how it should be used to communicate the organization
10. Source and reference online information gathered from the world wide web


Office Application

Office Application

Description:
This the course is written in an easy – to – read and jargon – freestyle. We have used a lot of images, tables, bulleted list, etc. to make the reading and comprehension easier, and also to illustrate, familiarize, and demonstrate the capabilities, benefits, and limitations of Office Applications. We have used cartoon characters to make the figures interesting and easy to remember. But when you are appearing for the examinations, you should replace the cartoon characters with suitable geometrical shapes. Application Series offers a step – by step approach to learning Office Applications and is available in both brief and introductory versions. The introductory book MSO is version 2010 (format) certifies and prepare students for the Microsoft Office Applications Specialist.

Learning Outcomes

After completing this subject, the students are expected to:
1. Understanding on Microsoft office 2010
2. Apply tools to learning Microsoft Word to create documents
3. Create, save and print a word-processed document
4. Create formulas to add, subtract, multiply, divide
5. Sort data according to specific criteria
6. Use the Concatenate function to join data in two cells
7. Explore the PowerPoint 2010 interface and familiarize yourself with the interface
8. Prepare to deliver a presentation
9. Modify graphical objects on slides
10. Add graphical objects to a presentation



Business Law

Business Law

Description:
The Introduction To Business Law is a course designed for students who want to pursue their Diploma Studies in business majoring in Accounting, Management & Marketing. It contains principle legal aspects in business.

Learning Outcomes

After completing this subject, the students are expected to:
1. Discuss the Legal System in PNG
2. Distinguish between Private & Public Law in PNG
3. Discuss the importance of Business Names in business organizations
4. Discuss the Partnership Act and its importance in business
5. Define Investment Promotion Authority & its importance in the private sector
6. Discuss the Registration of Companies with IPA
7. Discuss Company Records and their importance in business
8. Discuss the Liquidation using its ultimate Companies Act 1997 legal facts
9. Explain the legal components of law of contract in business



Accounting I

Accounting I

Description:
Accounting 1 is one of the fundamental courses taken in the Diploma in Accounting, Management and Marketing programs offered here at ITI. In this course, the students will study how to apply the knowledge that they gained in the Basic Accounting and it will help them to study furthermore in the accounting field. The general purpose of this course is to give students the practical knowledge in accounting that they must need to know in accounting.

Learning Outcomes:
After completing this subject, the students are expected to:
1. Define accounting entry system
2. Explain the double-entry effects of business transactions upon the Accounting Equation
3. Describe the process of recording transactions from source documents to journals
4. Identify the components of a ledger account
5. Define simple column, two-column, and three-column Cash Books
6. Explain how the balance from ledger account is posted to the trial balance
7. Explain the function of trading and profit and loss account and balance sheet



Introduction to Economics

Introduction to Economics

Description
This the subject provides students who have not sat through a formal economics the class before and are new to the subject of economics. The course aims to equip potential managers and those who are pursuing into Economics with valuable foundational knowledge about the economic environment in which every household and firm is operating within. In the end, after all lessons and assessment activities, the participants should be able to appreciate the relevance the course has with the economy of Papua New Guinea.

Learning Outcomes:
After completing this subject, the students are expected to:
1. Define Economics and role scarcity plays in defining economic choice
2. Describe the simple circular model
3. Understanding on Market forces influences on buyer and seller behavior
4. Describe price elasticity of demand and supply
5. Demonstrate how an effective price ceiling is the equivalent of a tax on producers and a subsidy to consumers
6. Identify the national income accounts
7. Understand Macroeconomics Polices



Marketing Management

Marketing Management

Description:
Marketing Management is a subject taken in the diploma level of Marketing programs offered here at the International Training Institute. The course covers aspects relating to scientific issues involving the field of marketing. It helps students to uncover some of the deeper issues after going through the fundamentals.

Learning Outcomes
After completing this subject, the students are expected to:
1. Understanding Marketing Management concepts
2. Describe strategic planning carried out at different levels of the organisation
3. Explain the marketing plan
4. Understanding the components of a modern marketing information system
5. Describe some important macro environment developments
6. Explain good metrics for measuring marketing productivity
7. Describe how companies build a strong relationship with business customers



Entrepreneur & Small Business

Entrepreneur & Small Business

Description:
Entrepreneurship & Small Business is one of the Diploma Courses to be taken in the Diploma of Business Programs Majoring in Management and Marketing as offered by ITI.

The Course covers the fundamental aspects of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management that is aimed at equipping the students with the Fundamental Concepts/ Aspects in the area of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management.

Learning Outcomes:
After completing this subject, the students are expected to:
1. Determine relevant licensing and regulatory issues for a specific small business plan
2. Develop the financial plan component for a specific small business plan
3. Develop the operations plan component for a specific small business plan
4. Develop the human resources plan component for a specific small business plan
5. Develop the customer service plan component for a specific small business plan
6. Utilize computer technology to support small business management
7. Present and defend business reports in a professional manner
8. Develop strategies for ongoing personal and professional development and advancement



Business Organisation & Management

Business Organisation & Management

Description:

Business Organizations & Management is a course specifically designed for those students studying the Diploma in Management Program at the Diploma Level here at ITI. The course covers the basic ideas and concepts of Business Organizations & Management, which are seen as relevant and appropriate for the students whilst engaging in doing business or working with other businesses. It reveals the secrets of effectively participating in business activities including the areas of organizing, marketing products, financing the business, managing the business, and knowing which business ventures/types currently in operation are suitable and conducive to meet the needs and demands of the growing population in this complex and diverse business world.

Learning Outcomes:
After completing this subject, the students are expected to:
1. Understanding on the body of knowledge on how business organizations should operate effectively.
2. Explain continuously analyse various business situations and try to formulate some appropriate plans, strategies, and options based on environmental changes
3. Define work smarter and harder
4. Explain business both in PNG and internationally
5. Explain the Manage and utilize all kinds of resources like financial resources, human resources, material resources, etc. in the process of achieving the required strategies and goals



Strategic Management

Strategic Management

Description:
The primary emphasis of this course is the strategic approach to managing an organization. A central theme throughout this course is the contribution of the overall management practice to attain the efficiency and effectiveness of productive organizations. The course delivery will balance theoretical developments in Management with practical and strategic considerations of the organizations and their surrounding environment. Hence, the book entire content is focused on the key Strategic Management process that strategic leaders must follow in order to drive their organization forward in the 21st century.

Learning Outcomes:
After completing this subject, the students are expected to:
1. Identify and evaluate the role of leadership, organisational structure and change management in strategy-implementation
2. Analyses the role of marketing, accounting and finance, operations management and human resource management in developing the strategy
3. Understand the integrative nature of strategic management
4. Display knowledge of principal models of strategic management
5. Appreciate the importance of environmental and industry analysis in formulating strategy



HR Management

HR Management

Description:
This the subject provides students with Human Resource Management plays a critical role in modern organizations. Changing government and legal requirements, increasing demands for more a more skilled and better motivated workforce and intensifying are just a few of the factors that have contributed to the increasing importance of today’s organization. The primary emphasis of this course is the strategic approach in the management of human resources in organizations. A central theme throughout this course is the contribution of Human Resource Management (HRM) to the efficiency and productivity of organizations.

The course delivery will balance theoretical developments in HRM with practical and strategic considerations of the management of diverse people in the workplace and its surrounding environment. Hence, the book entire content is focused on the HR key practices within the organization.

Learning Outcomes
After completing this subject, the students are expected to:
1. Understand the important aspects, concepts, and principles in the subject area
2. Explain the rationality of the concepts and their relative importance in HRM
3. Analysing the applications of concepts and principles in an HRM
4. Diagnosing a business environment with the concepts and principles
5. Identifying issues and problems related to the contents of the subject area
6. Researching for alternatives to resolve the issues and problems
7. Design and develop appropriate plans to resolve the problems identified