Advanced Diploma in Administrative Management

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Course Level: Level 5 Course Duration: 1 year Awarding Body: Institute of Administrative Management (IAM) Course Fees (International Students): £3 550.00p.a. Course Fees (Home/EU Students): £1 199.00p.a.

Introduction:This qualification is for individuals who want to use best practice tools and techniques to manage organisations. It enables individuals to work at a senior level, making and implementing strategic decisions.

Course Structure:
  • Administrative Systems in the Organisations
  • Strategic Issues in Administration
  • Administrative Management Resources
  • Human Resource Management and Practice
  • Case Study 2 or Project Report 2
Course Content:

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Course Level: Level 5 Course Duration: 1 year Awarding Body: Institute of Administrative Management (IAM) Course Fees (International Students): £3 550.00p.a. Course Fees (Home/EU Students): £1 199.00p.a.

Introduction:This qualification is for individuals who want to use best practice tools and techniques to manage organisations. It enables individuals to work at a senior level, making and implementing strategic decisions.

Course Structure:
  • Administrative Systems in the Organisations
  • Strategic Issues in Administration
  • Administrative Management Resources
  • Human Resource Management and Practice
  • Case Study 2 or Project Report 2
Course Content:

The Level 5 Advanced Diploma in Administrative Management is made up of five units:


Unit 1: Administrative systems in the organisationThis unit provides students with the framework and tools for applying the systems approach to managing systems as an integrative activity. Dynamic organisational issues are addressed, including those involving complex problems characterised by uncertainty. Students will be required to critically evaluate how the process and tools of quality management can be used in the design, implementation and management of customer centred systems.


Unit 2: Strategic issues in administrationAdministration is a key element of a wider business and environmental context. This unit introduces students to some of the key concepts of higher-level business discourse and develops student awareness of the contemporary issues that are essential to successful promotional development.


Unit 3: Administrative management of resourcesThe aim of this unit is to develop knowledge and understanding of the key principles involved in managing organisational resources and to provide an appreciation of the tools and techniques associated with managing finance, projects and facilities. Students will critically appraise and employ the formal methods used in project planning and control, apply various financial techniques and examine the activities, functions and legal implications of facilities management.

Unit 4: Human resource management and practiceEffective management in the organisation requires knowledge and understanding of the theory and practice of human resources. This is achieved by critically analysing models of personnel management and human resource management and evaluating leadership theories. The unit also aims to develop skills that will enable managers to help individuals set and achieve realistic goals and objectives and improve bottom line organisational performance.


Unit 5: Case study 2 or project report 2The case study paper is an integrative examination designed to test students’ knowledge and application of that knowledge to a ‘real life’ situation. A scenario will be provided and questions on it will be aimed at testing knowledge across the whole of the syllabus. Alternatively, the student may submit a project report.

Entry RequirementThe following entrance qualifications are recommended for prospective students those who wish to undertake the Diploma programme:

  • The IAM Diploma in Administrative Management
  • One GCE A-level plus Three GCSEs (or equivalents)
  • Any qualification equivalent to one of the above
  • Two years’ relevant work experience


English Language Requirement

  • IELTS 5.0 Bands or equivalent
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