Diploma in Administrative Management

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Course Level: Level 4 Course Duration: 1 year Awarding Body: Institute of Administrative Management (IAM) Course Fees (International Students): £3 350.00p.a. Course Fees (Home/EU Students): £1 199.00p.a.

Introduction:This qualification is for individuals who wish to develop their understanding and improve their management skills. It enables individuals to take a systematic approach to organisational and information management.

Course Structure:
  • People in Organisations
  • Administrative Systems and Processes
  • Professional Administration
  • Information for Decision Making
  • Case Study 1 or Project Report 1

Course Content:

The Level 4 Diploma in Administrative Management is made up of five uni…

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Course Level: Level 4 Course Duration: 1 year Awarding Body: Institute of Administrative Management (IAM) Course Fees (International Students): £3 350.00p.a. Course Fees (Home/EU Students): £1 199.00p.a.

Introduction:This qualification is for individuals who wish to develop their understanding and improve their management skills. It enables individuals to take a systematic approach to organisational and information management.

Course Structure:
  • People in Organisations
  • Administrative Systems and Processes
  • Professional Administration
  • Information for Decision Making
  • Case Study 1 or Project Report 1

Course Content:

The Level 4 Diploma in Administrative Management is made up of five units:


Unit 1: People in organisationsThe aim of this unit is to develop an appreciation of the people management functions within the organisation, improve leadership and management capability and develop an understanding of the importance of self-management and continuing professional development. Behaviour within the organisation will be analysed and types of organisational culture, and their impact on individuals and the organisation, will be identified.


Unit 2: Administrative systems and processesThis unit provides a general introduction to the relevance of the systems approach for the design and conduct of administrative activity. It introduces candidates to the role that systems thinking can play in understanding the contribution administrative processes make to organisational effectiveness. Students will be able to explain the role and purpose of different types of systems in an organisation and describe the methods for improving their operation.


Unit 3: Professional administrationThe effective management of administration is essential to the success of the organisation as a whole. The aim of this unit is to consider administration in its wider organisational context. It introduces students to some of the key concerns of administrative managers within a rapidly changing environment and develops in the student an understanding of the role of the professional administrator in achieving organisational objectives.


Unit 4: Information for decision makingTo survive in a rapidly changing, competitive environment, every organisation must be able to collect, communicate and process information in such a way that managers within the organisation can make effective decisions in pursuit of the organisation’s objectives. Students will develop an appreciation of the need for quality information in organisations and the importance of managing that information.


Unit 5: Case study 1 or project report 1This assessment unit offers students the opportunity to apply their new skills and learning to a ‘real life’ work related situation. Two options are available – they can take a case study examination answering questions based on a realistic scenario which is provided for study in advance. Alternatively, students can undertake a project in the work place, submitting a “project report” for marking to complete this qualification.

Entry Requirement

  • The IAM Certificate 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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