|Course Level||Short Course|
|Course Duration||20 Hours|
|Entry Requirements||There are no particular entry requirements|
Oxford Home Study Centre is proud to offer this exclusive strategic planning free course, ideal for business managers, entrepreneurs and future executives. Build a detailed understanding of the process of strategic management and its applications, establishing the knowledge and skills needed to make a real difference in the workplace. This free introductory course breaks down the strategic planning framework into its core components, dissecting and presenting a series of key topics for newcomers. Whether pursuing promotion, considering a career change or simply out to run your business more efficiently, this introductory strategic planning short course could be just the thing.
Why Take a Strategic Planning Course?
Strategic planning plays a key role at the core of every successful organisation. At base level, strategic planning focuses on how any given business will create and maintain an appropriate level of value for its stakeholders. Strategic planning bears many similarities to project management, though is a continuous process with no defined beginning or end. Those who excel in the art of strategic planning are considered assets of limitless value in the eyes of employers and decision makers worldwide.
Ideal for established executives, senior managers and business owners, this introductory course is also perfect for newcomers with no business experience or acumen. Our free strategic planning course concludes with an online assessment, after which you will be able to claim a certificate of completion as proof of your new skills.
Sign up online for this free course with Oxford Home Study Centre today, or contact a member of our admissions team anytime for more information.
Topics of interest covered in this exclusive free Strategic Planning course include the following:
On course completion you will be awarded with our FREE OHSC course completion letter issued by the College. This letter will be sent to you in your email.