Business is an extremely diverse profession with countless opportunity. Business graduates are generally in high demand, have transferrable skills with diverse career opportunities to work in any industry. 

Business courses are among the most popular areas of study at third level colleges and can be very useful for both professional and personal life. On completion of a business course learners will have a solid grounding and understanding of the role of a business manager and are educated with the confidence and knowledge to deal with business problems and opportunities as they arise. From finance to communication and marketing, students essentially gain a broad understanding of the skills needed to succeed in business.

Business management courses are designed to give students a rich overall of business. With hundreds of courses on offer it can sometimes seem like a daunting task in choosing the right one. For many, the right decision is to choose a one year course to ensure they get a real taste into the sector before committing to a degree programme.  On completion of a business course learners have an array of career opportunities across large organisations, smaller companies and indeed a career as a sole trader.

5 quick reasons why you should choose a business course:

Gain a solid foundation and understanding of the role of a business manager
Learn significant transferrable skills
Have the opportunity to work across a variety of sectors globally
Networking opportunities
Gain professional flexibility

The Business Management course offered by Portobello Institute is delivered over one academic year and is designed to provide students with an in-depth understanding of the role and function of management in a business environment with the opportunity to develop effective management skills. Key areas of management within an organisation will be explored with an important focus on business management, planning and marketing.

For full details and to start your professional journey today call us on 01 8920000 or email teri.chamberlain@portobelloinstitute.ie