Level 3 Certificate

ABMA Education’s Certificate level qualifications are an excellent way to begin your ABMA studies.

These Certificate qualifications are available in the following subjects:

  • Level 3 Certificate

    Mandatory Units

    • Economics of the Marketplace
    • Understanding Functions and Roles within Business Organisations
    • Introduction to Business Strategy and Planning
    • Principles of Budgets and Financial Information
    • Understanding the Marketing Environment
  • Level 3 Certificate

    Mandatory Units

    • Principles of People Management
    • Recruiting People into an Organisation
    • Principles of Staff Development
    • Dealing with Release Processes
    • Human Resource Remuneration
  • Level 3 Certificate

    Mandatory Units

    • Database Software
    • Introduction to Computer Programming
    • Small Business Systems
    • Optimise IT System Performance
    • Business Organisations
  • Level 3 Certificate

    Mandatory Units

    • The Computer
    • Principles of ICT System and Data Security
    • Customer care
    • Introduction to Networking
    • Personal Computer Hardware Support
  • “I feel proud of the skills I have gained from the my ABMA studies and I am hoping to progress to a higher position in my career as well as develop in my current role.”

    Mohaladi Sarefo

  • “ABMA has really helped me, in such a way that after completing my ABMA Advanced Diploma in Business Administration and Management Studies I am able to compete internationally when seeking employment. I also have the possibility of going straight into a Masters Degree with my ABMA qualification!”

    Patricia Sendeza

  • “I feel ABMA courses are wonderful as they have made me who I am today. I am a good communicator and a computer specialist. ABMA has added massively to my well being in life and I am able to work well in the business world.”

    Boston Leji

  • “My ABMA qualification, being an international one, is highly recognised. If I went job seeking, without hesitation I would be given a chance to sit an interview!”

    Margaret Onduri