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  • QAR 1,800.00

    What Modules are covered?
    Module 1 – Business Management Fundamentals
    1) Who are you and what are you about?
    2) Designing your organizational structure
    3) Introduction to operations management
    4) Understanding financial terms and
    budgeting
    5) Getting the right people in place
    6) Getting your product together
    7) Building a corporate brand
    8) Marketing and selling your product
    9) Planning for the future
    10) Ethics 101 and leadership essentials
    11) Building a strong customer care team
    12) Training employees for success

    Module 2 – Business Leadership
    1) Learning organizations
    2) Peter Senge’s learning disciplines
    3) What leadership is and is not (including
    servant leadership)
    4) Kouzes and Posner’s five leadership
    practices
    5) Core skills
    6) Understanding the trust cycle and
    building trust
    7) Managing change
    8) SWOT analysis and problem solving
    9) Giving effective, constructive feedback
    10) Building good relationships

    Module 3 – Core Negotiation Skills
    1) Define negotiation.
    2) Use key success strategies.
    3) Apply different negotiation approaches.
    4) Establish rules that lead to effective
    negotiation.
    5) Effectively prepare the research
    6) Maintain composure when things get
    heated.
    7) Collaborate and foster cooperation.
    8) Remain focused.
    9) Keep an open mind.
    10) Decide what kind of relationship we wish
    to foster.
    11) Use additional resources and expertise.
    12) Keep an open mind.
    13) Create a sustainable agreement.
    14) Incorporate everyone’s perspective
    15) Gain consensus.

    Module 4 – Business Succession Planning
    1) A need for succession planning
    2) Define a succession planning
    3) Identifying resources and analyzing risks
    4) Defining roles, responsibilities and
    functions
    5) Gathering information and forecasting
    needs
    6) Putting the plan together
    7) Putting the plan into action
    8) Evaluating and reviewing the plan

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  • QAR 2,000.00

    What Modules are covered?
    Module 1 – Introduction
    1) When is a project a project and not an organizational activity?
    2) What additional information would make the “projects” become “operational
    activities”?
    3) Project Lifecycle phases?
    4) Project Processes
    5) Project Management Fundamentals
    6) Top 10 qualities of a Project Manager
    7) The Project Team’s Key Players
    8) Scope
    9) What is a Scope Creep?
    10) Five Scope Management Process for a Project Director
    11) Budgets and Cost (Estimate Costs, Determine Budgets, Control Costs)
    12) Fundamentals of the Project Life Cycle

    Module 2 – Aligning Goals, Projects and Competencies
    1) The Alignment Matrix
    2) Rank the Priorities
    3) Identify the top 3 skills needed to Manage each Project
    4) Establish the Organizations 10 Core Competencies
    5) Align the Project Skills by relating it to a Competency Value
    6) Comparing listed strengths versus project skills to complete the Matrix
    7) Comparing listed strengths versus project skills to complete the Matrix
    8) Identifying gaps and Utilizing strengths

    Module 3 – Organizing Multi-Project Communications
    1) The Delivery of Information involving Multiple, Ongoing Projects
    2) Influences on Communicating
    3) Getting the Information to the Right People The Right Way
    4) Completing and Simplifying the Communication Matrix
    5) Communicating Issues; and, Managing and Documenting Change
    6) Issue Log Document

    Module 4 – Managing Risk Communications
    1) Introduction to Managing Risk
    2) What is it and Where’ can I find it?
    3) Probability and Impact
    4) Risk Matrix
    5) Tools for Managing Multiple Projects
    6) Project Management Technology
    7) Technology Needs Assessments
    Module 5 – Tools for Managing Multiple Projects
    1) Project Management Technology
    2) Technology Needs Assessments
    Module 6 – Leadership
    1) Establishing Goals
    2) Examining the Role of a Project Director
    3) Project or Practice Management Roles
    4) Project Accounting Roles
    5) Examining the Qualities of an Effective Leader
    6) Professional Qualities for a successful Project Director
    7) Career Path Competencies for a successful Project Director
    8) Organizational Responsibilities

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  • QAR 2,000.00QAR 5,000.00

    GAQM Certified Courses

    Becoming a Certified Digital Marketing Professional (CDMP)® will ensure you are equipped with the tools and skills needed to create a cohesive, effective digital marketing strategy. There are ten comprehensive modules that cover all the disciplines involved in best practice digital marketing.

    Businesses and recruiters prefer marketing professionals with genuine knowledge, skills and experience verified by a certification that is accepted across industries. Continuous learning for any working professional is not only important for keeping themselves up to date with the current market trends, but it also helps them expand their array of skill set and become more flexible in the workplace.

    Who should take the CDMP® Exam

    • Digital Marketing Managers.
    • Small Business Owners and Managers
    • Marketers & consultants & Service Providers
    • Marketing Executives, Account Managers, Business Development.

    Why to get certified from us?

    • A worthy recognition from internationally respected schools.
    • CDMP ® Digital Badge which can be shared on Social media to strengthen your profile & stand out of the competition in your job hunt.
    • Opportunity to become a Certified Accredited trainer. Which is a great door opener in approaching new businesses & acquiring new opportunities.
    • A guideline that is essential to new business managers & a great benefit for any startup business.
    • Enroll for a Master’s Degree in Marketing, recognized worldwide.
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  • CFM Inspire Training Academy
    QAR 1,650.00

    What Modules are covered?
    Module 1 – Accounting
    1) Introduction
    2) The Accounting Cycle
    3) The Key Reports
    4) A Review of Financial Terms
    5) Understanding Debits and Credits
    6) Your Financial Analysis Toolbox
    7) Identifying High and Low Risk Companies
    8) The Basics of Budgeting
    9) Working Smarter
    10) People and Numbers

    Module 2 – Budgets and Managing Money
    1) Introduction
    2) Finance Jeopardy
    3) The Fundamentals of Finance
    4) The Basics of Budgeting
    5) Parts of a Budget
    6) The Budgeting Process
    7) Budgeting Tips and Tricks
    8) Monitoring and Managing Budgets
    9) Crunching the Numbers
    10) Getting Your Budget Approved
    11) Comparing Investment Opportunities
    12) ISO 9001:2008
    13) Directing the Peerless Data Corporation

    Module 3 – Accounting – Merchandising Transactions
    1) Merchandising Transactions
    2) Gross Selling Price
    3) Returns and Allowances
    4) Cost of Goods Sold
    5) Classified Income Statement

    Module 4 – Measuring and Reporting Inventory

    1) Merchandise Inventory
    2) Determining Inventory Costs
    3) Four Inventory Costing Methods
    4) Pro’s and Con’s of the Four Costing Methods
    5) Journal Entries for the Peretual Inventory Procedure
    6) Departures from Cost Basis for Inventory Measurement

    Module 5 – Accounting
    1) Control of Cash
    2) Internal Contols
    3) Controling Cash
    4) The Bank Checking Account
    5) Bank Reconcilliation
    6) Petty Cash Fund

    Module 6 – Accounting – Receivables and Payables
    1) Accounts Receivable
    2) Uncollectable Accounts
    3) Write-offs and Recoveries
    4) Current Liabilities
    5) Notes Receivable and Note Payable
    6) Short Term Financing through Notes Payable

    Module 7 – Adjustments for Financial Reporting
    1) Cash versus Accrual Basis Accounting
    2) Classes and Types of Adjusting Entries
    3) Adjustments for Deferred Items – Expenses
    4) Adjustments for Deferred Items – Depreciation
    5) Adjustments for Accrued Items

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  • CHRM
    QAR 1,650.00

    Curriculum

    Module 1 – HR Training for the Non HR Managers
    1) Defining Human Resources
    2) Skills Inventory
    3) Forecasting
    4) Job Analysis
    5) Job Competencies
    6) Position Profiles and Job Descriptions
    7) Do You Really Need to Hire?
    8) Finding Candidates
    9) Advertising Guidelines
    10) Screening Resumes
    11) Preparing for the Interview
    12) Conducting the Interview
    13) After the Interview
    14) Employee Orientation
    15) Planning Training
    16) Working with External Providers
    17) Performance Reviews
    18) Absenteeism
    19) Diversity
    20) Privacy Issues
    21) Compensation and Benefits
    22) Discipline
    23) Termination
    24) Exit Interviews

    Module 2 – Employee Dispute Resolution
    1) What is Peer Review?
    2) Initiating the Process
    3) The Peer Review Panel
    4) Asking Questions
    5) The Peer Review Process

    Module 3 – Talent Management
    1) Talent management
    2) Creating a talent management plan
    3) Competency-based programs
    4) Identifying talent
    5) Conducting talent assessments
    6) Keeping people interested
    7) Talent review meetings
    8) Compensation and benefits
    9) Communicating with high potentials
    10) Development strategies
    11) Fostering engagement
    12) Evaluating the plan

    Module 4 – Performance Reviews
    1) Common errors and solutions
    2) Types of performance reviews
    3) The performance management process
    4) Setting standards and goals
    5) Creating a performance development plan
    6) Feedback and communication skills
    7) Accepting criticism
    8) Appraisal preparation
    9) Planning and conducting the interview
    10) Coaching and maintaining performance
    11) Terminating an employee
    12) Performance management checklists

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  • QAR 2,000.00QAR 5,000.00

    GAQM Certified Courses

    Certified Sales and Marketing Professional (CSMP)® Certification indicates a high level of professionalism to both coworkers and customers, increasing your value in the market place.

    The CSMP® deals with Body language, which can make or break your efforts to establish long, trusting relationships. Understanding what signals you are sending, as well as being able to read the signals that your clients send, is an essential skill in sales and throughout our lives.

    Exams are online and proctored based.

    Credits: Successfully passing the CSMP® exam will also earn candidates a total of 60 Learning Hours and 7 Credits towards MBA in Sales and Marketing Charisma University.

    Who should take the CSMP® Exam

    • Corporate Members (Sales Managers, Marketing Managers, Executives)
    • Small Business Owners and Managers
    • Consultants & Service Providers
    • Sales Representatives, Account Managers, Business Development, Distributor Representatives

    Why to get certified from us?

    • A worthy recognition from internationally respected schools.
    • CSMP® Digital Badge which can be shared on Social media.
    • Certified Accredited trainer Program.
    • A guideline that is essential to new business managers & a great benefit for any startup business.
    • Enroll for a master’s degree in Marketing, recognized worldwide.
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  • CERTIFIED SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGER (CSCM
    QAR 1,250.00

    What Modules are covered?
    Module 1 – Supply Chain Management
    1) Why Supply Chain Management
    2) Key Terms
    3) Key Terms (II)
    4) Three Levels of Supply Chain Management
    5) Five Stages of Supply Chain Management
    6) The Flows of Supply Chain Management
    7) Inventory Management (Foundation)
    8) Supply Chain Groups
    9) Tracking and Monitoring
    10) Supply Chain Event Management

    Module 2 – Inventory Management
    1) What is inventory?
    2) Types of inventory
    3) Key players
    4) Setting up the warehouse
    5) What makes a good inventory management system?
    6) The warehouse inventory cycle
    7) Identifying demand
    8) Validating inventory
    9) The put-away and receiving process
    10) Maintaining inventory accuracy
    11) The outbound process
    12) Industry trends

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  • MASTER’S DEGREE IN MARKETING
    QAR 20,000.00QAR 30,000.00

    GAQM Certified Courses

    The MA in Marketing is ideal for those with relevant work experience who would like to receive more focused marketing management education. The Marketing MA will provide the education and credentials needed to qualify for advancement to most management positions.

    The course is an ideal start for business owners and people new to marketing to learn the basics of Internet marketing. We’ve included information on how to market online, and even more importantly, how to determine what results you are getting. Then, you can figure out whether you are reaching your target market, where your qualified prospects are, and how they are engaged as a result of your efforts. This one-day course includes sessions on search engine optimization, e-mail campaigns, pay per click advertising, and more.

    While many companies promise to deliver an incredible customer experience, some are better at delivering than others. This MA is also designed around six critical elements of customer service that, when the company lives them, bring customers back to experience service that outdoes the competition.

     

    About Charisma University: Charisma University makes it possible for students and professionals to earn an online degree regardless of where they live, how many hours they work, their family circumstances or how much time they spend on the road. Charisma’s priority is providing its students an education that is worth both their time and money. Charisma: Your pathway to success. Charisma University is committed to enhance the intellectual, personal, and professional growth of its students. This is accomplished by providing low tuition, a challenging curriculum, a highly qualified faculty, and strong academic support.

    International Accreditations and Memberships

    • Ministry of Education, Govt. of The Turks and Caicos
    • Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)
    • Accreditation, Certification and Quality Assurance Institute) (ACQUIN) – Germany.
    • American Council on Education (ACE) – Member.
    • International Association of Universities (IAU)
    • World Education Services (WES)

    Why Accredited University

    Accreditation is not only important for the quality and reputation of online colleges, but receiving a degree from an unaccredited college could affect the transfer of your credits to other schools and whether employers recognize your degree or certificate.

    In many other parts of the world, institutions of higher education are authorized to operate by the government. In this sense the government serves as an accreditation body, authorizing only institutions that meets sustain educational standards.

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