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Skills Unit
LA505-15-NZ

Managing Operations (New Zealand)

Covers the characteristics of loss adjusting businesses, including their scope, operations and client groups. Students will look at how the role of the manager contributes to the effective operational management of an organisation and the purpose and characteristics of business plans. This module will also cover the process of developing business plans and the key steps involved in monitoring operational performance.

20 CIP Points
Managing Operations (New Zealand)
NZD $960
Claims
12 weeks

What you'll learn

  • Describe the characteristics of loss adjusting businesses currently in the market, including their scope or operations and client groups
  • Explain how the role of the manager contributes to the effective operational management of an organisation
  • Explain the purpose and characteristics of business plans
  • Describe the process of developing business plans
  • Describe the process of recruiting appropriate staff to achieve business plans
  • Explain how appropriate physical resources and equipment are identified and systems are put in place to ensure the business plan is achieved
  • Describe the key steps involved in monitoring operational performance.

Competencies

BSBMGT517 Manage operational plan

Online Assignment

  • Pass Grade: students must be assessed as competent in all assignment questions

Online Exam

  • Pass Grade: 50%
  • Duration: 90min
20 CIP Points
Managing Operations (New Zealand)
NZD $960
Claims
12 weeks