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Business Managment


- Grade 12 or equivalentOR- Mature student status (18 years of age or older) and a passing score on the entrance examination

Benefits of this program

- Prepares you for valuable industry certifications- Market-driven programs- Growing demand for professionals in this area

Employment Opportunities

- Business Managers- Operations Managers- Project Managers- Marketing Managers- Human Resources Managers- Finance Managers

Diploma from Rumi Academy of Canadian Careers. A training program that aims to teach the skills necessary for planning, organizing, directing, controlling, and evaluating departments for a variety of professional settings. Our blended curriculum of classroom lectures and lab exercises, you will gain the training to build essential office skills for your career. Include Modules: Business Management, Marketing, Managing Human Resources, Microsoft Project, Business English, Business Communication, Office Procedures, Fundamentals of Accounting, Sage 50(Formerly Known As Simply Accounting), QuickBooks, Windows Operating System, MS Office Word/Excel/PowerPoint/Access, Outlook

For Whom:
This program is a great choice for students who enjoy working with calculations and formulas, who are detail-oriented, have analytical skills and time management skills. Rumi Academy welcomes new immigrants, Laid-off employees, fresh graduates, and high school graduates.


Qestions & Answers

The role of a business management professional encompasses a wide range of responsibilities aimed at ensuring the efficient and effective operation of an organization. The specific duties can vary based on the industry, company size, and the particular management position.

Leadership, Communication, Strategic Thinking, Time Management, Team Building, Adaptability, Decision-Making, Problem-Solving, Financial Management, Negotiation, Networking, Project Management, Interpersonal Skills, Ethical Decision-Making, Analytical Skills, Customer Focus, Strategic Planning, Innovation, Emotional Intelligence, Crisis Management.

Here are other essential duties and responsibilities of a business manager:

  • Gathering and analyzing financial data and employment reports
  • Designing and implementing business plans and strategies
  • Providing feedback and recommendations to business clients
  • Interviewing job candidates. observing workflows, and addressing business issues before they become urgent
  • Ensuring team members have the required resources to succeed
  • Hiring, training, and evaluating new hires and tenured employees
  • Reporting business performance to the upper management team

Here are the general educational steps often associated with pursuing a career in business management:

Bachelor’s Degree, Specialization, Relevant Experience, Graduate Education (Optional), Professional Certifications, Networking and Professional Development

Here are some common avenues for career advancement in business management:

Specialization and Expertise, Advanced Education, Leadership Roles, Strategic Planning and Corporate Strategy, Executive Positions, Entrepreneurship, International Business, Cross-Functional Management, Mentorship and Training, Project Management Leadership, Board Positions and Governance, Continuous Learning and Certifications, Networking and Relationship Building, Innovation and Technology Leadership. 

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