Institute of Business Administration and Management

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Knowledge for business[edit]

The Institute of Business Administration and Management (IBAM) was a collaboration between the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA) and the Institute of Business Administration (IBA).[1]

IBAM is an operating division of the ICSA group with a qualifying scheme designed specifically to provide knowledge and qualifications for people involved in business. It has a logical qualification structure that incorporates Certificates, a Diploma and an Advance Diploma covering all aspects of business administration and management.

Qualifying grades[edit]

Candidates registered on an IBAM course qualifies for IBAM membership on completion. The qualifying grades are:

  • Licentiate (LInst.BA) – Successful completion of:
    • IBAM Diploma programme
    • GNVQ in Business Studies
    • National Diploma in Business Studies
  • Associate (A.Inst.BA) – Successful completion of:
    • IBAM Diploma in Business Administration
    • HNC/D in Business Studies
    • ICSA Foundation programme

Professional Grades[edit]

  • Member (M.Inst.BA) - Successful completion of IBAM Advanced Diploma, it also may be granted to those who have completed:
    • BA(Hons) in Business Studies
    • MBA
    • ICSA Pre-Professional Programme
  • Fellow (F.Inst.BA) - Successful completion of IBAM Advanced Diploma it also may be granted to those who have completed:
    • BA in Business Studies
    • MBA
    • ICSA members who have + 3 years relevant managerial experience.

IBAM modules[edit]

  • Business Accounting
  • Business Communications
  • Business Finance
  • Business Law
  • Business Operations Administration
  • Business Planning and Strategies
  • Human Resource Administration
  • Internet and Information Administration
  • Premises/Facilities Administration
  • Management in the organisation
  • Managing Change
  • Marketing Management
  • Total Quality Management

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Complete qualifications for business professional iBAM 2004 (retrieved 05/03/2007)

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