A management system sets out a company’s arrangements for controlling key aspects, in support of its business processes. For example, health and safety during manufacturing. Management systems can also be used in a wider context i.e. as business management system, and include functions such as finance, procurement and operations.
Course attendees will gain an in-depth understanding of management systems principles, methodologies and practices. Particularly, those used during system development, implementation and improvement.
The course is aimed at top and middle management, engineers, supervisors, graduates, newly promoted individuals from the Energy and Renewables industries, including contractors and suppliers. The course is also offered to all associated industries.
Upon successful completion, participants should will be able to:
Module 1. Introduction
Module 2. What is a Management System?
Module 3. History and Systems topics
Module 4. Management System Models
Module 5. Management System Standards
Module 6. Documentation
Module 7. Building a Management Systems
Module 8. Use of Multimedia
Module 9. Popular Techniques and Methodologies
Module 10. Future Management Systems
COURSE LENGTH - 10 weeks
TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODS
This course includes lectures, readings, assignments and exercises, quizzes and case studies. All material will be available on the course Dropbox file.
All participants will be expected to participate actively in class discussions. You should come prepared to ask or answer questions from your work outside of class and be prepared to discuss related issues, other points of view, or even opposing ideas.
All presentations, course materials and supporting documentation will be presented in English. Audio- visual recording of presentations is strictly forbidden. Course materials available to registered attendees.
This course will be delivered online via Zoom or Teams in 1 sessions of 5 hours per day. and comprise of ten, one and a half hour (1 ½) lectures including questions and answers (Q&A). Lectures will be given on Mondays at 13:00 hours UK time (GMT), over a ten-week period.