This course was designed to help students understand the important role of strategic management in organizations and correct implementation of corporate strategies. The OTHM Level 7 Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership allows students to develop their leadership skills and their effectiveness. This diploma imparts knowledge of the surfacing managerial techniques that allow students to be the cutting edge of this generation. Graduates gain a practical understanding of this field of management and are able to advance their careers in this vocational area. They are able to evolve into high skilled leaders perfect for placements in positions of responsibilities. Graduates of this diploma can prove themselves asset to any organization by making meaningful contributions in their area of expertise.
- The Level 7 Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership qualification is offered to learners from the age of 18 and onwards.
- Mature learners over the age of 21 must have some management experience.
- Applicants must also possess an honors degree in related subject or UK level 6 diploma or an equivalent overseas qualification.
- If a learner is not from a majority English-speaking country must provide evidence of English language competency.
The Level 7 Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership qualification consists of a total of 120 credits. Students are required to complete 4 mandatory units and 2 optional units of their choice. Each of these units are of 20 credits each. This amounts to a combined total of 1200 hours of Total Qualification Time (TQT) and 600 Guided Learning Hours (GLH).
- Strategic Management (20 credits)
- Strategic Leadership (20 credits)
- Strategic Human Resource Management (20 credits)
- Advanced Business Research Methods (20 credits)
All units completed by the student are evaluated internally by the center as well as externally by OTHM. Learners are granted a “Pass” if their performance is agreed to have met the learning outcomes and standards expected by the assessment criteria. This decision is taken by the concerned assessor.