Higher Certificate in Business in Enterprise
Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LYIT) is pleased
to offer the HC in Business in Enterprise Development in
association with the Fiontraithe le Gaeilge Programme, Oideas
Gael, Forbairt Feirste and Westbic.
The Higher Certificate Programme consists of the following
and Market Research
Learning and Support
|| Mentoring and
Growing your Business
Selling and Sales Management
||Law for Enterprise
and Quality Management
Modules 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10 and
11 will be addressed in Residentials over the
duration of the programme. If participants possess an ECDL
or equivalent qualification they will be granted an exemption
in Module 5, if not appropriate arrangements will be made
to allow participants acquire such a qualification over
the duration of the programme.
Modules 6 and 7 will be addressed in association with the
Mentor allocated to you through the programme.
Module 12 is the development of a Business Plan/Business Development
or Improvement Plan/Feasibility Study or equivalent. This
will be agreed with the Programme providers early in the programme.
The HC Programme will be assessed using a combination of
assessment methods consisting of:
||A Personal Learning Diary
||Written Assignments of approx 1500 words
each on Modules 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10 & 11
||A Business Plan or equivalent
||An ECDL Qualification or equivalent
||Formal Feedback and confirmation from
Participants will be facilitated to register as Learners
with LYIT during the next Residential in Derry in November.
The Higher Certificate Programme will operate under the
auspices of LYIT's Quality Assurance procedures and John
Andy Bonar will be the LYIT Programme Coordinator.
Programme Participants will be provided with recommended
reading texts which may assist participants in meeting the
requirements of the Higher Certificate.
Participants who successfully complete the Higher Certificate
Programme will be awarded a Higher Certificate in Business
in Enterprise Development by LYIT at a Conferring Ceremony
provisionally scheduled for January 2008.