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Business Communication (Byte Size Skills Course)

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About the Business Communication (Byte Size Skills) Certificate

This byte size course is a great way to enhance your communication skills ready for the world of business and management. With theoretical notions of models, message and channels, as well as very applicable concepts such as elements of informal dialogue, barriers to communications such as language, emotion, perception and others that can impede or accelerate traditional communication.

This is a short course to empower distance learners with sufficient knowledge to become better business communicators in the business world. As a bitesize course, students may finish this distance learning course in 20 hours of study or less.

Who should study this course?

This is a course that should interest any communication professional that would like to add some theoretical aspects to their practical knowledge. It just as well suits a new entrepreneur who has developed a great business idea before getting to grips with the business skills required in the start-up arena.

Persuading, influencing, negotiating, networking or collaborating are all skills that everyone benefits from, be it in a customer-facing job, a public relations role, or in a business leadership position. You can take this business skills course without any prior qualifications, or any particular career experience.

What happens after the course?

At the end of this course you will have learnt key theories and models of communication, a number of obstacles to effective communication, as well as a better analysis and listening capacity. You may decide to continue with complementary studies, but you may also put these business writing skills to practice straight away.

The career options to choose from are hugely varied. Although there are jobs in media and communication to apply for straight away, you can also consider any marketing or customer-facing position, or you could enhance any previous qualifications to widen your employment opportunities. As such, you may find yourself in any one of these positions:

  • Business development manager
  • Public relations practitioner
  • Marketing executive

For more information about this course, give us a call on this number: 0121 392 8288

SAC Certificate

Business Communication (Byte Size Skills Course) Certificate issued by Stonebridge Associated Colleges, to view a sample of the college’s award, please click here.

Introduction

 

Objectives


Communication: Some Theories and Models

 

Introduction

 

What is communication?

 

Purposes of organisational communication

 

Communication and leadership

 

Verbal and non-verbal communication

 

Five models of communication

 

Perspectives of communication

 

Summary


Barriers to Communication

 

Introduction

 

Barriers to communication

 

Message ambiguity

 

Language

 

Distortion

 

Physical noise and distance

 

Emotions - fear, anxiety, mistrust, anger

 

Perceptions

 

First impressions and frozen evaluations

 

Stereotyping

 

Polarization

 

Evaluate too early and not listen

 

Summary


Formal and Informal Communication

 

Introduction

 

Formal and informal communication

 

Vertical communication

 

Network patterns

 

Horizontal (lateral) communication

 

The grapevine

 

Summary

 

Course Summary

 

References

 

Tutor-marked Question Paper

What's Included

  • All study materials
  • Study Guide
  • Full Tutor and Admin support

About the Business Communication (Byte Size Skills) Certificate

This byte size course is a great way to enhance your communication skills ready for the world of business and management. With theoretical notions of models, message and channels, as well as very applicable concepts such as elements of informal dialogue, barriers to communications such as language, emotion, perception and others that can impede or accelerate traditional communication.

This is a short course to empower distance learners with sufficient knowledge to become better business communicators in the business world. As a bitesize course, students may finish this distance learning course in 20 hours of study or less.

Who should study this course?

This is a course that should interest any communication professional that would like to add some theoretical aspects to their practical knowledge. It just as well suits a new entrepreneur who has developed a great business idea before getting to grips with the business skills required in the start-up arena.

Persuading, influencing, negotiating, networking or collaborating are all skills that everyone benefits from, be it in a customer-facing job, a public relations role, or in a business leadership position. You can take this business skills course without any prior qualifications, or any particular career experience.

What happens after the course?

At the end of this course you will have learnt key theories and models of communication, a number of obstacles to effective communication, as well as a better analysis and listening capacity. You may decide to continue with complementary studies, but you may also put these business writing skills to practice straight away.

The career options to choose from are hugely varied. Although there are jobs in media and communication to apply for straight away, you can also consider any marketing or customer-facing position, or you could enhance any previous qualifications to widen your employment opportunities. As such, you may find yourself in any one of these positions:

  • Business development manager
  • Public relations practitioner
  • Marketing executive

For more information about this course, give us a call on this number: 0121 392 8288

SAC Certificate

Business Communication (Byte Size Skills Course) Certificate issued by Stonebridge Associated Colleges, to view a sample of the college’s award, please click here.

Introduction

 

Objectives


Communication: Some Theories and Models

 

Introduction

 

What is communication?

 

Purposes of organisational communication

 

Communication and leadership

 

Verbal and non-verbal communication

 

Five models of communication

 

Perspectives of communication

 

Summary


Barriers to Communication

 

Introduction

 

Barriers to communication

 

Message ambiguity

 

Language

 

Distortion

 

Physical noise and distance

 

Emotions - fear, anxiety, mistrust, anger

 

Perceptions

 

First impressions and frozen evaluations

 

Stereotyping

 

Polarization

 

Evaluate too early and not listen

 

Summary


Formal and Informal Communication

 

Introduction

 

Formal and informal communication

 

Vertical communication

 

Network patterns

 

Horizontal (lateral) communication

 

The grapevine

 

Summary

 

Course Summary

 

References

 

Tutor-marked Question Paper

What's Included

  • All study materials
  • Study Guide
  • Full Tutor and Admin support
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