Introduces learners to the evolution of business and entrepreneurship. Learners analyze global, ethical and legal environments of business, explore the human side of business and examine the functional approach to information technology, marketing, human resource management, operations management and finance.
Introduces the learner to cultural, political, legal, and economic forces and basic concepts of trade, tariffs, exchange rates, capital markets. Learners will develop the fundamentals for establishing international business enterprises, including trade and investment theory. Learners examine effects of government intervention and aid and the role of social and economic aid organizations such as the UN, EU, IMF and World Bank.
This course is provided by MSHA approved instructors and covers 8 complete hours of Mine Health and Safety topics including first aid, current MSHA changes, miners' rights and other relevant topics. Attendees will come from the mining industry, suppliers, vendors and contractors to the mining industry, logistics companies that do truck driving at mine sites, gravel pits, quarries, and companies that do excavation at mine sites for aggregate.
Develop an understanding of business organizations, contracts, and sales contracts by reviewing relevant court cases. Emphasizes the importance, meaning, and value of law in everyday lives. Special emphasis is placed on contemporary legal problems that challenge today's society.