EBMA Courses

What is EBMA?

Education for Business Managers and Administrators (EBMA) is an established awarding body based in Cambridge, in the East of England. We design, develop, deliver and award technical, vocational and academic qualifications in the areas of business management, administration, finance, health and social care and education sectors. Our high value, innovative and quality assured qualifications meet the needs of employers, learners, training providers, further and higher education colleges and Universities.
 
Our curriculums deal with issues, complexities and challenges to meet current international job market requirements and enable graduates to become innovative, entrepreneurial and critical managers and leaders.
 
EBMA also works as a provider of regulated qualifications in agreements with recognised industry-specific awarding organisations. Our recognised centres are organisations undertaking the delivery of qualifications and assessments (and potentially other activities) to learners on behalf of EBMA. While at EBMA, we maintain that highest standards within the centre of the quality and consistency of governance, management system, learners support, assessment and moderation and other regulatory requirements.
 

Our policies, systems and frameworks are certified with ISO9001:2008 for the scope of development, delivery and awarding of qualifications in further and higher education.

 

 

 

EBMA offer the following courses

[label]Diploma in Business and Management[/label]

Level: 2

Awarding Body: EBMA

Entry Requirements

EBMA does not specify entry requirements for this qualification. Applicants will need to demonstrate their prior learning and skills to allow entry in this qualification.

Course Information

The overall structure of the course is based on four modules that cover a number of topics relating to learning outcomes. Learners will be invited to attend lectures and workshops that will introduce the subject matter. Learners must complete four units successfully and achieve 40 credits before the Diploma can be issued.

- Business and Management Skills

- Customer Service Management

- Communication Skills

- Marketing and Sales

[label]Diploma in Business Innovationa & Entrepreneurship [/label]

Level: 3

Awarding Body: EBMA

Entry Requirements

1.  Learners have to be at least 16 years old

2.  Level   2   in   business   or   equivalent   qualification   or   relevant   substantial   work experience

Course Information

These qualifications consist of 3 mandatory units from Group A and 2 units from Group B

 Group A

    Unit 01 Innovation for Business

    Unit 02 English for business communication

    Unit 03 Thinking entrepreneurially

Group B

    Unit 04 Entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial business planning

    Unit 05 Entrepreneurial Marketing

    Unit 06 Entrepreneurial finance and accounting

 [label]Diploma in Health & Social Care[/label]

 Level: 3

Awarding Body: EBMA

Entry Requirements

1.  Learners have to be at least 16 years old

2.  Level   2   in   business   or   equivalent   qualification   or   relevant   substantial   work experience

3.  Learners who have work experience in the health and social care sector

Course Information

These qualifications consist of 4 mandatory units from Group A and 2 units from Group B: Group A

     Unit 01 An introduction to health and social care

     Unit 02 Communication for health and social care

     Unit 03 Promoting health in the population

     Unit 04 Person-centred care

Group B

     Unit 05 Understanding diabetes care

     Unit 06 Understanding stroke care

     Unit 06 Understanding dementia care

Assessment is varied and may include; written reports, presentations, group work, viva, a worked based project and personal development plan.

[label]Certificate in Business Management [/label]

Level: 4

Awarding Body: EBMA

Entry Requirements

The Qualifications have been designed to be accessible without artificial barriers that restrict access and progression. Entry to the Qualifications will be through centre interview, and the candidates will be expected to hold the following -

Learners who have demonstrated some ability and possess Qualifications at Level 3, for example, ‘A’ Levels or vocational awards;
 
Learners who have spent some time in an organisational role and shown they have capability and drive to develop
 
Learners seeking further professional development and gain work-related skills and know-how.

Course Information
 
The Level 4 Certificate provides an introduction to the main facets and operations of organisations. It introduces the challenges faced by modern day businesses. The Qualification focuses upon developing understanding, skills and abilities to equip the Learner with the awareness and attitudes to be an effective organisational manager and leader.
 
The Qualification is made up of 6 units. All units are mandatory and required by learners for the Level 4 Certificate in Business Management.
 
BUS 1.1: Communication in Organisations
BUS 1.2: Leadership and the Organisation
BUS 1.3: Financial Awareness
BUS 1.4: Managing Change
BUS 1.5: Business Operations
BUS 1.6: Developing Teams
 
Each unit within the qualification is assessed through an assignment.
 
A mark of at least 40% is required for a unit to be passed and the credit achieved. This same pass mark applies to all units that contribute to the Diploma.  Once a unit pass mark has been agreed by and credit awarded, the student may not be re-assessed in that unit.
 
[label]Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management[/label]

Level: 4

Awarding Body: EBMA

Entry Requirements

Learners must fulfil the following criteria to be permitted entry on to the course:

NCF/QCF Level 3 or A Level or
 
Any overseas qualification deemed equivalent to one of the above.
 
Course Information
 
Unit 1: Tourism Impacts and Sustainability (15 Credits)
Unit 2: Tourism Destinations (15 Credits)
Unit 3: Marketing for Travel and Tourism (15 Credits)
Unit 4: Financial Skills for Hospitality and Tourism (15 Credits)
 
Assessment is through an individual assignment. In order to pass this qualification, a learner must pass an assignment of each unit according to awarding organisation requirements.
  
[label]Advanced Diploma in Business Administration[/label]

Level: 5

Awarding Body: EBMA

Entry Requirements

Learner(s) must fulfil the following criteria to be allowed entry to EBMA Advanced Diploma;

Qualifi / EBMA Level 3 Diploma in Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship or

Higher Secondary School Certificate/A Level or

Any qualification equivalent to one of the above

Course Information
 
Group 1- Level 4 Diploma level
 
- Desigining Administrative Information Systems
- Management Behaviour
- Fianancial Analysis
- Business Strategy
- Company Law
- Managing Project
 
Group 2- Level 5 Advanaced Diploma
 
- International Business
- Enterprise Development and Business Planning
- Strategic Management and Leadership
- Macroeconomics
- Human Resource Development
- Management Finance
 
[label]Diploma in Business Management [/label]
 
Level: 5

Awarding Body: EBMA

Entry Requirements

The Qualifications have been designed to be accessible without artificial barriers that restrict access and progression. Entry to the Qualifications will be through centre interview, and the candidates will be expected to hold the following -

Learners who possess Qualifications at Level 3 and/or 4;
Learners who have work experience at a managerial level and demonstrate ambition with clear career goals;
Learners who possess a first degree in another discipline and want to develop their careers in business
 
Course Information
 
The Qualification is made up of 6 units. All units are mandatory and required by learners for the Level 5 Diploma in Business Management.
 
BUS 2.1: Responding to the Changing Busienss Environment
BUS 2.2: Effective Decision Making
BUS 2.3: Business Development
BUS 2.4: Business Models and Growing Organisations
BUS 2.5: Customer Management
BUS 2.6: Risk Management and Organisations
 
 
[label]Diploma in Business Enterprise [/label]
 
Level: 5

Awarding Body: EBMA

Entry Requirements

The Qualifications have been designed to be accessible without artificial barriers that restrict access and progression. Entry to the Qualifications will be through centre interview and the candidates will be expected to hold the following -

Learners who possess Qualifications at Level 3;
Learners who have work experience at a managerial level and demonstrate ambition with clear career goals;
Learners who possess a first degree in another discipline and want to develop their careers in business.
 
Course Information
 
The Diploma in Business Enterprise at Level 5 equalling 240 credits through part 1 and part 2. Learners are required to complete 6 units at Level 4 to achieve the 120 credits required to gain the Level 4 Certificate in Business Management.  Learners who register for this diploma and fail to complete may be awarded a Level 4 if they have completed sufficient credit.
 
Part 1: Level 4 Certificate in Business Management
The Qualification is made up of 6 units. All units are mandatory and required by learners for the Level 4 Certificate in Business Management.
 
BUS 1.1: Communication in Organisations
BUS 1.2: Leadership and the Organisation
BUS 1.3: Financial Awareness
BUS 1.4: Managing Change
BUS 1.5: Business Operations
BUS 1.6: Developing Teams
 
Part 2: Level 5 Diploma in Business Enterprise
 
ENT 2.1: Entrepreneurship, Enterprise and Creativity
ENT 2.2: influences on Organisational Growth and Development
ENT 2.3: Venture Management- Growing a Business
ENT 2.4: Marketing for Growth Organisations
ENT 2.5: Developing and Launching a New Business
ENT 2.6: Social Enterprise and Third Sector Organisations
 
[label]Diploma in Business Administration [/label]

Level: 6

Awarding Body: EBMA

Entry Requirements

Learners must fulfil the following criteria to be permitted entry onto the course -

EBMA Level 5 Advanced Diploma in Business Administration or
Qualifi Level 5 Diploma in Business Management or
an equivalent qualification equivalent to NQF Level 5 or
In certain circumstances, managers with considerable experience but no formal Qualifications may be considered, subject to interview and being able to demonstrate their ability to cope with the demands of the programme.
 
Course Information
 
The overall structure of the course is based on five modules that cover a number of topics relating to learning outcomes. Learners will be invited to attend lectures and workshops that will introduce the subject matter. Learners must complete five units successfully and achieve 120 credits before the Diploma can be issued.
 
GBA2031: Management Control
GBA2032: Management of Sales Force
GBA2033: Strategic Marketing Management
GBA2034: Business Law
GBA2040: Research Project including Research Methods
 
[label]Diploma in Health and Social Care Management [/label]
 
Level: 6

Awarding Body: EBMA

Entry Requirements

Learners must fulfil the following criteria to gain admission to EBMA programme:

Level 3 Certificate in Health and Social Care Management from a recognised body OR

Any qualification equivalent to one of the above.  

If you are an overseas student studying in the UK, you must ensure that both you and the institute (study centre) meet the UK government criteria. Applicants applying from the outside of the UK must demonstrate the evidence of the equivalence of the qualification to a UK degree; Equivalence to be evaluated through National Recognition Information Centre for the United Kingdom (NARIC).
 
Course Information
 
Graduate Diploma in Health and Social Care Management is created through the merger of level 4, level 5 and level 6 diplomas. It is offered on minimum of 120 and maximum of 360 credit points.
 
Learners need to complete the following units:
 
Part 1: Diploma Level
Unit 01:  Issues in Health and Social Care (30 Credits)
Unit 02:  Communication Skills for Health and Social Care Practitioners (30 Credits)
Unit 03:  Managing Care Principles (30 Credits)
Unit 04:  Supervisory Role in Health and Social Care Practice (30 Credits)
EBMA Level 4 Diploma in Health and Social Care Management is awarded on completion of Part 1 modules.
 
Part 2: Advanced Diploma Level
Unit 05:   Strategic Marketing for Health Care Organisations (30 Credits)
Unit 06:   Essential of Management in Health Sector  (30 Credits)
Unit 07:   Decision Making in Health Care (30 Credits)
Unit 08:   Social Work in Mental Care: An Evidence-based Approach (30 Credits)
EBMA Level 5 Advanced Diploma in Health and Social Care Management is awarded on completion of Part 2 modules.
 
Part 3: Graduate Diploma Level
Unit 09:   Principles of Social Work Practice  (24 Credits)
Unit 10:   Human Physiology (24 Credits)
Unit 11:   Ethics and Values in Social Work Practice  (24 Credits)
Unit 12:   Counselling Skills and Theory in Health and Social Care  (24 Credits)
Unit 13:   Research in Health Sciences  (24 Credits)
 
Graduate Diploma in Health and Social Care Management (360 Credit points) is awarded on completion of Part 1, 2 and 3 modules. Graduate Diploma in Health and Social Care Management (120 Credit points) is awarded on completion of Part 3 modules.
 
[label]Graduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management [/label]
 
Level: 6

Awarding Body: EBMA

Entry Requirement

Candidate must fulfil at least one of the following criteria to be allowed entry to this programme,

Level 3 or equivalent qualification with 1 years’ work experience in hospitality and tourism industry to get direct entry in Graduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management OR

Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management QCF/NQF Level 4 or equivalent OR

Any qualification deemed equivalent to one of the above.

If you are an overseas student studying in the UK, you must ensure that both you and the institute (study centre) meet the UK government criteria. Applicants applying from the outside of the UK must demonstrate the evidence of the equivalence of the qualification to a UK degree; Equivalence to be evaluated through National Recognition Information Centre for the United Kingdom (NARIC).
 
Course Information
 
Learners need to complete following mandatory units to a total of 120 credits to achieve the Graduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management.
 
Unit 1:   Tourism Concept and Practice (10 Credits)
Unit 2:   Marketing for Hospitality and Tourism (10 Credits)
Unit 3:   Front Office Management (10 Credits)
Unit 4:   Economics for Tourist Destinations (15 Credits)
Unit 5:   Human Resource Management (15 Credits)
Unit 6:   Accounting for Hospitality Managers (15 Credits)
Unit 7:   Organisational Context and Management (15 Credits)
Unit 8:   Research Methods for Hospitality and Tourism Management (30 Credits)
 
[label]Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology [/label]
 
Level: 7

Awarding Body: EBMA

Entry Requirements
 
Learner(s) must fulfil the following criteria to be allowed entry to EBMA programmes;
 
Hold a degree in Information Technology or Computer Science from a Higher Education Institution in the United Kingdom or the Republic of Ireland, or any recognised foreign university OR
EBMA Graduate Diploma in Business and Information Technology OR
Any qualification equivalent to one of the above
 
Course Information
 
EBMA310: Information Systems Methodologies
EBMA320: Mobile Communications and Programming
EBMA330: Advanced Software Engineering
EBMA340: System Management and Security
EBMA350: Robotics and Automation
EBMA360: Database Systems and Applications
 
In order to pass a unit, a learner is required to submit an assignment of 2000-2500 words and to obtain minimum 50% marks according to published grading criteria.
 
[label]Postgraduate Diploma in International Business Law [/label]
 
Level: 7

Awarding Body: EBMA

Entry Requirements
 
Learners must fulfil the following criteria to gain admission to EBMA programme:
 
An undergraduate law degree or an equivalent qualification is usually necessary for meeting the entry requirements.
Graduates from related disciplines may also apply for the Postgraduate Diploma in International Business Law if they provide evidence that they have relevant skills to study it.  
 
Course Information
 
The overall structure of the course is based on 6 mandatory modules that cover a number of topics relating to learning outcomes. Each unit has the equivalency of 20 credits. Learners will be invited to attend lectures and workshops that will introduce the subject matter.
 
Learners must complete all units successfully and achieve 120 credits before the Diploma can be issued. Total Qualification Time (TQT) to complete the full qualification is 1200 hours. While, Guided Learning Hours (GLH) refers to the amount of study undertaken by learners under the direction of their tutors and it includes tutorials, seminars, workshops, directed research, project or assignment.
 
BL1370: Commercial Trust Law
BL1372: International Trade Law
BL1590: Industrial and Intellectual Property Law
BL1591: Law of Financial Crimes
BL1593: Company Law
BL1596: Legal Research and Research Methods
 
[label]Diploma in Executive Management[/label]
 
Level: 7

Awarding Body: EBMA

Entry Requirements
 
Learners must fulfil the following criteria to be permitted entry onto the course -
 
Level 6 Diploma in Business Administration or an equivalent qualification
In certain circumstances, managers with considerable experience but no formal Qualifications may be considered, subject to interview and being able to demonstrate their ability to cope with the demands of the programme.
 
Course Information
 
The overall structure of the course is based on 8 mandatory modules out of total 12 modules that cover a number of topics relating to learning outcomes. Each unit has the equivalency of 15 credits. Learners will be invited to attend lectures and workshops that will introduce the subject matter.
 
QF708: Strategic Marketing
BA3032: Organisational Development and Change
QFEXE 1.2: Corporate Finance and Financial Strategy
QFEXE 1.1: Corporate Strategy
QFEXE 1.6: Operations, Quality and Supply Chain Management
QFEXE 1.3: Human Resource Practise, Leadership and Managing People
QFEXE 1.5: Research, Problem Solving and Business Reporting
BA3038: Entrepreneurship and Business Development
BA3039: Business and Sustainability
QFEXE 1.4: Global Trade and its Impact on Strategy
QFEXE 1.8: Project Management
BA3041: Information Systems for Managers
 
[label]Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration[/label]
 
Level: 7

Awarding Body: EBMA

Entry Requirements
 
Learners must fulfil the following criteria to be permitted entry on to the course -
 
Level 6 Graduate Diploma in Business Administration or
an equivalent qualification equivalent to NQF Level 6.
 
Course Information
 
The overall structure of the course is based on 9 mandatory modules that cover a number of topics relating to learning outcomes. Each unit has the equivalency of 15 credits. Learners will be invited to attend lectures and workshops that will introduce the subject matter.
 
BA3031: International Marketing Management
BA3032: Organisational Development and Change
BA3033: Financial Management 
BA3034: International Business Strategy
BA3035: Operations and Supply Chain Management
BA3036: Human Resource Management
BA3037: Research Methods of Managers
BA3038: Entreprenuership and Business Development
BA3039: Business and Sustainbility
 
[label]Postgraduate Diploma in Health and Social Care Management[/label]
 
Level: 7

Awarding Body: EBMA

Entry Requirements
 
Learners must fulfil the following criteria to gain admission to EBMA programme:
 
EBMA Graduate Diploma in Health and Social Care Management OR
Bachelor Degree from a recognised university in Health and Social Care or equivalent
 
Additionally, applicants must have two years work experience at managerial or supervisory level.
 
Course Information
 
The overall structure of the course is based on 9 mandatory modules that cover a number of topics relating to learning outcomes. Each unit has the equivalency of 15 credits. Learners will be invited to attend lectures and workshops that will introduce the subject matter.
 
HS1450: Managing Service Delivery in Health and Social Care
HS1462: Managing Finance in Health and Social Care
HS1783: Managing Enterprise in Health and Social Care 
HS1785: Strategic Marketing for Health and Social Care Organisation
HS1789: The Economics of Health Care
HS1963: Strategic Management and Change
BA3037: Research Methods for Managers
HS9814: Managing Quality through Human Resource Management
MP9061: Strategic Project Management for Managers
 
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