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Diploma in Business and Legal Studies
  • Description
  • Outcome
  • Certification
  • Alison's free online Diploma in Business and Legal Studies course covers key topics in business and law such as corporate management, human resources, operations management, accounting, types of law, how laws are created, the adversary system, and legal procedures.

    This business online course offered by Alison is ideal for those who want to gain comprehensive knowledge and understanding of business and legal systems. Having this knowledge will greatly improve your career prospects.

  • You will understand the characteristics and functions involved in managing a large scale organization. You will gain a knowledge of key performance indicators (KPIs) when evaluating organizational performance and understand the importance of structures and objectives pertaining to business management.

    You will know the different styles of management and the continuous changes that you need to be aware of. You will have a good understanding of HR management, the employment cycle, employee relations and operations management. You will understand accounting concepts like balance sheets, profit and loss statements, accounting terminology and principles, and preparation of reports. You will also learn about the characteristics of effective laws, civil and criminal law, the adversary trial system and more.

  • All Alison courses are free to study. To successfully complete a course you must score 80% or higher in each course assessments. Upon successful completion of a course, you can choose to make your achievement formal by purchasing an official Alison Diploma, Certificate or PDF.

    Having an official Alison document is a great way to share your success. Plus it’s:

    • Ideal for including in CVs, job applications and portfolios
    • An indication of your ability to learn and achieve high results
    • An incentive to continue to empower yourself through learning
    • A tangible way of supporting the Alison mission to empower people everywhere through education.

Modules List( 40 )
  • Module 1: Corporate Management
  • Managing large scale organisations
    • Characteristics of large scale organisations
    • Distinguishing large-scale organisations
    • POLC CCM
    • Specific management functions
    • Contributions of large-scale organisations to the economy
    • Business environments
  • Evaluating organisational performance
    • Evaluation of organisational performance
    • KPIs
  • Management structures and objectives
    • Management structures
    • Management structures and objectives
    • Goals and objectives
    • Management uses of objectives
    • Corporate culture
    • Corporate culture continued
    • Management roles
    • P - planning
    • O - organising
    • L - leading
    • C - controlling
    • C - communicating
    • C - creating
    • M - motivating
    • Corporate Management -1
    • Corporate Management - 2
  • Management styles
    • Characteristics of management styles
    • Four management styles
    • Autocratic management style
    • Consultative management style
    • Participative management styles
    • Democratic management style
    • Management skills and competencies
    • Generic skill types
    • Expectations of an effective manager
    • Relationship between management styles and management skills and competencies
  • Change management
    • Organisational change
    • External pressures for change
    • Effects of change on large-scale organisations
    • Effects of change on large-scale organisations continued
    • Processes for effective change management
    • Forms of resistance
    • Strategies to overcome resistors
    • Processes for effective change management: implementation
    • Application of effective change management to significant issues
    • Social responsibility
    • Business ethics
    • Globalisation
    • Technological development
  • Module 2: Human Resource Management
  • Human resource management
    • Introduction and factors involved in managing human resources
    • Human resource management responsibilities
    • The role of the human resources manager
    • Human resource management: job specifications for human resource managers
    • Human resource management: factors influencing the workforce
    • Human resource management: organisational objectives
    • Human resource management: terms and conditions of employment
    • Human resource management: employee motivation
    • Human resource management: motivational theories
    • Human resource management: strategies for motivating employees
  • The employment cycle
    • Human resource management: the employment cycle
    • Human resource management: human resource planning
    • Human resource management: job analysis
    • Human resource management: recruitment and selection
    • Human resource management: employment packages, agreements and contracts
    • Human resource management: induction, training and development
    • Human resource management: recognition and reward
    • Human resource management: performance appraisal
    • Human resource management: termination/separation
  • Employee relations
    • Human resource management: employee relations
    • Human resource management: the role of human resource managers in employee relations
    • Human resource management: conflict between management and employees
    • Human resource management: Key Performance Indicators
    • Human resource management: the application of management styles and skills to employee relations
  • Managing changes to human resource management
    • Changes in Human Resource Management resulting from changes in attitudes, technology and legislation.
    • Human resource management: workplace employment conditions
    • Human resource management: workplace diversity
    • Human resource management: changes in technology
    • Human resource management: changes in legislation
    • Human resource management: changes in HRM Resulting from Changes in Attitudes, Technology and Legislation
    • Human resource management: changes in HRM resulting from changes in attitudes, technology and legislation
  • Module 3: Operations Management
  • Operations management
    • Operations management: introduction
    • Definition - operations management
    • Operations management: distinction between manufacturing and service organisations
    • Characteristics of operations managers
    • Operations management: relationship between operations, productivity and competitiveness
  • Operations management strategies
    • Operations management strategies
    • Operations management strategies: capacity planning
    • Operations management strategies: facilities location planning
    • Operations management
    • Operations management strategies: facilities layout planning
    • Operations management strategies - aggregate planning
    • Operations Management Strategies: Scheduling
    • Operations management strategies: materials requirement planning
    • Operations management strategies: maintenance control
    • Operations management strategies: evaluation of performance
  • Applying operations management
    • Application of operations management systems: inventory management
    • Operations management: inventory management techniques
    • Operations management: inventory management techniques
    • Operations management: inventory management techniques
    • Operations management: quality management
  • Module 4: Accounting
  • Introduction to accounting
    • Introduction
    • The Profit and Loss statement
    • The Profit and Loss statement example
    • The balance sheet
    • Classification of terms for the balance sheet
    • Balance sheet tasks
    • The balance sheet example
  • Accounting terminology
    • Understanding Accounting Terminology
    • Accounting Terminology, A - C
    • Accounting Terminology, D – L
    • Accounting Terminology, M – Z
  • Accounting principles
    • Accounting Principles
    • Accounting Concepts and Principles
    • Accounting Principles: Matching
    • Accounting Principles: Disclosure
    • Accounting Principles: Consistency
    • Accounting Principles: Diversity
    • Accounting Principles: Dependability
    • Accounting Principles: Materiality
    • Accounting Principles: Accounting Period
    • Accounting Principles: Monetary
    • Accounting Principles: Verifiability
    • Accounting Principles: Going Concern
    • Accounting Principles: Entity
    • Accounting Principles: Historical Cost
    • Accounting Principles: Conservatism
  • Accounting systems
    • Introduction
  • Preparation of reports
    • Classification
    • Preparation of reports: balance sheets
    • Preparation of reports: profit and loss statement
    • Preparation of reports: The Trial Balance
    • Preparation of reports: 10 Column Worksheet
    • Preparation of reports
  • Balance day adjustments in the general journal and ledger
    • Prepaid and Accrued Expenses
    • Accrued expenses
    • Accrued revenue
    • Prepaid revenue
    • Recording
    • Reporting
    • Likely Errors
    • Depreciation Example
    • Application
    • Reporting
    • Preparing the profit and loss summary account
    • The capital account
    • Closing and posting entries
    • General journal
    • General Ledger
  • Module 5: Financial Accounting
  • Accounting concepts
    • General accounting concepts
    • Accounting principles
    • The relationship between concepts and principles
  • Accounting information
    • Understanding and using accounting information
    • Key ratios - profitability
    • Key ratios - liquidity
    • Key ratios - efficiency
    • Key ratios - stability
    • The cash cycle
    • Trend analysis
    • Benchmarks
    • Presentation
    • Decline in profit
    • Understanding and using accounting information - example
    • How changes to the numerator and the denominator impacts on the ratio
    • Liquidity ratios
    • Quick asset ratio
    • Efficiency Ratios
    • Long Term Stability
    • Limitations in the Use of Accounting Information
    • Evaluating Accounting Information
    • Owner's Equity
  • Accounting issues
    • Accounting issues
    • Historical cost and non-current asset valuation
    • Depreciation
    • Revenue and expense recognition
    • Revenue realisation
    • Revenue recognition points
    • 2. Receipt of payment
    • 3. Point of production
    • 4. Degree of contract completion
    • Essential elements of revenue recognition
    • Case studies
  • Balance day adjustments
    • Balance day adjustments
    • The accounting period
    • Recording prepaid and accrued revenue and expenses in the general journal and ledger
    • Accrued expenses
    • Accrued revenue
    • Prepaid revenue
    • Depreciation
    • Cost of the asset
    • Life of the asset and the residual value
    • Nature of use
    • Case study - Depreciation
    • Asset register
    • Accounting time lines
    • The accounting equation
    • The Accounting Equation
    • Bad and Doubtful Debts
    • Case Study 1 – Depreciation
  • Budgeting
    • Budgeting
    • Budgeting requirements
    • Debtors (accounts receiveable) ageing analysis
    • Information debtors (accounts receivable) ageing analysis provides
    • What strategies can a business employ to improve debt collection?
    • A budgeting problem - Fun Run Enterprises
    • Annual sales - Fun Run Enterprises
    • Cash variance analysis
    • A task on variance analysis
    • Variance reports
  • Control for debtors and creditors
    • Control for Debtors and Creditors
    • Subsidiary ledgers
    • Likely errors
    • Bad debts
    • Source documents
    • Credit note
    • Sales returns - in the general journal
    • Credit note accounting equation
  • Historical cash flow statement
    • Reporting - historical cash flow statement
    • Examples of cash flow items
    • Reporting - historical cash flow statement table
    • Case Study – Cash Flow Statements
  • Profit and loss statements
    • Reporting - profit and loss statements
    • Case study - departmental profit and loss statement
    • Arbitrary allocation of expenses
    • Reporting - profit and loss statements - classification
    • Case study - Cash versus profit
    • Case study 1 - departmental profit and loss statement
    • Direct expenses
    • Classification
  • Risk in small business
    • Risk in small business
    • 2. Degree of competition
    • 3. The nature of the product
    • 4. The degree of expertise involved
    • 5. Does the firm provide goods or services?
    • 6. Cash or credit?
    • 7. Suppliers
    • 8. Access to finance
    • 9. Coping with technological change
    • 10. People management
    • 11. Exposure to external events
    • 12. Cash versus profit
  • Stock recording and valuation
    • Stock - recording and valuation
    • A stock control problem
    • Perpetual stock recording
    • Applcation of NRV Rule
    • Distinguishing between FIFO and identified cost
    • Case study - perpetual stock
  • Module 6: Types of Law
  • Characteristics of effective laws
    • Fairness, Access, Time and Values
    • Elements or Characteristics of Effectiveness
    • The Element of Fairness
    • The Principle of Access
    • The Resolution of Disputes
    • The Legal System
    • Various Mechanisms in the Dispute Resolution Framework
    • Mechanisms in the Dispute Resolution Framework
  • Civil and criminal law
    • Classification of Laws
  • Module 7: How Laws are Created
  • How and why the law changes
    • How the Law Changes: Introduction
    • Parliament
    • Delegated Bodies
    • Courts
    • Why the law changes: Introduction
    • Social Developments
    • Changing Technology
    • Changing Values
    • Methods used in changing the law
    • Examples of Factors causing Changes in the Law
    • Role of a Law Reform Body
    • The Role of the Courts in Changing the Law
  • How do judges make laws?
    • Role of Parliament and the Court
    • The Doctrine of Precedent
    • Interpretation of Past Decisions
    • Role of Courts
    • Reasons for the Interpretation of Legislation
    • Effect of the Interpretation of Legislation
  • Relationships between law-making bodies
    • Parliament, Delegated Authorities and the Courts
    • Similarities between Parliament and the Courts
    • Differences between Parliament and the Courts
    • Strengths of Law-making by Parliament
    • Weaknesses of Law-making by Parliament
    • Strengths of Law-making by Courts
    • Weaknesses of Law-making by Courts
    • Strengths and Advantages of Delegated Legislation
    • Weaknesses/Disadvantages of Delegated Legislation
  • Module 8: The Adversary Legal System
  • The Adversary trial system
    • Adversary trial system: definition
    • Features of the adversary system of trial
    • Strengths of the adversary system
    • Weaknesses of the adversary system
    • Inquisitorial system of trial: definition
    • Reforms to the adversary system
  • The Court hierarchy
    • Reasons for the existence of the court hierarchy: specialisation and administrative efficiency
    • Reasons for the existence of the court hierarchy: system of appeals
    • Reasons for the existence of the court hierarchy: doctrine of precedent
    • Reasons for the existence of specialised courts and tribunals (SCATS): specialisation
    • Reasons for the existence of specialised courts and tribunals (SCATS): costs
    • Reasons for the existence of specialised courts and tribunals (SCATS): speed
    • Reasons for the existence of the court hierarchy
    • Reasons for the existence of specialised courts and tribunals (SCATs)
  • The Jury system
    • Jury system: definition
    • Composition and empanelling of a jury
    • Role of a jury
    • Strengths of jury system
    • Problems of jury system
    • Reforms to the jury system
    • Alternatives to the jury system
  • Module 9: Legal Procedures
  • Civil procedure
    • Court processes and procedures: civil procedure
    • Civil pre-trial procedure
    • Civil trial/hearing procedure
    • Civil post-trial procedure
    • Strengths of civil procedure
    • Problems of civil procedure
  • Criminal procedure
    • Criminal procedure: the nature of proceedings
    • Criminal procedure - criminal pre-trial procedure
    • Criminal procedure: criminal trial procedure
    • Criminal procedure: criminal post-trial procedure
  • Civil cases and criminal disputes
    • Nature of disputes
    • Alternative methods of dispute resolution
    • Advantages and disadvantages of methods of dispute resolution
    • Inappropriate mechanisms for dispute-resolution
    • Criminal cases and civil disputes: types of disputes
    • Jurisdiction of specialised courts
  • Assessment
  • Assessment
    • Diploma in Business and Legal Studies Assessment
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Civil and criminal law
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How and why the law changes
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Relationships between law-making bodies
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The Adversary trial system
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Civil procedure
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Criminal procedure
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Civil cases and criminal disputes
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Assessment
Assessment Score 80% or more in the assessment and you can obtain a Diploma parchment for this course.
Course Features
  • Duration

    10-15 Hours

  • Publisher

    XSIQ

  • Video

    No

  • Audio

    No

  • Assessment

    Yes

  • Certification

    Yes

  • Price

    Free

  • Reward

    250 Pts

  • Responsive

    No

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