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The Barbados Institute of Management and Productivity (BIMAP) was established as a non-profit organization to improve the operational effectiveness of organisations by developing solutions and building the internal capability of our clients.
Project management is considered as a management tool, as well as a process embracing planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating. The course is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to identify, formulate, plan and implement projects in their work environment. The course caters to non-PMPs who manage projects and team members that work on projects whether in private, public or non‐governmental organizations. It is designed to provide participants with an understanding of the theoretical underpinnings and practical tools of project management.
Decision making in marketing is first and foremost a skill. Like all skills, it is best learned through practice. The course emphasizes a managerial rather than a descriptive approach and, therefore, participants are presumed to have some prerequisite knowledge of the discipline. The course reviews the marketing concept and then elaborates on a systematic management approach to implementing the concept.
Healthcare Management is an introduction to generic management theory and practice in healthcare settings. This course is designed to provide participants with the concepts, models, techniques and relevant examples which will enable them to improve the provision of care to patients. It will also offer participants an understanding and appreciation for managing the processes in health care institutions.
Barbados' Employment Relations Guide is available for students.
The programmes offered are great. I believe more people should invest in taking courses at BIMAP. The instructors are great! They spend extra time with you just to make sure that you understand, during and even after the class. My experience was great and I would encourage others to enroll in a programme at BIMAP.Anderson Pierre, Former Student