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Diploma in Technology

Management

(with strands in Technology Marketing


and New Enterprise Development)

Level 7
Auckland
Concordia Institute of Business

The programme aims to provide those who wish to enhance


their knowledge and skills in technology management,
technology sales management or enterprise development
to further develop their knowledge and skills for a career
in a field of technology management with an opportunity
to specialise in new enterprise development or in the
marketing of technology.

Ntec is working in association with Massey Universitys


ecentre to create and develop the New Enterprise Centre
(NeC).

The skills gained can be applied to a new enterprise, an


established workplace or provide a basis for application to
higher level management or business programmes.

Under this arrangement there are significant benefits for


current Ntec students and potential for the relationship
with the ecentre to grow significantly.

Working in Partnership with

4. Demonstrate a sound understanding of finance and


financial control in relation to technology management.
5. Develop appropriate technology policies and strategies
within a changing context to meet stakeholder interests.

Duration
1 year.

Programme Content
The programme covers aspects of:
Financial Management
Project Management
Operations Management for Technology- based
Enterprises
Advancing Sustainable and Profitable Businesses using
ICT
Technology Marketing strand
Consumer Behaviour
Marketing of Technology Products
Project: Marketing Planning for Technology Products and
Services
New Enterprise Development strand
Technology Entrepreneurship
ecentreSprint programme: Technology Business
Feasibility Planning
Project: Technology Enterprise Planning

6. Think critically and systematically about business problems


and issues and propose solutions.
7. Manage and complete a business project report utilising
concepts covered within the programme.
8. Analyse and make recommendations in respect of
business problems through the submission of that
business project report.
The qualification can lead to further study in this area or direct
employment into the workforce.

Employment pathway
Graduates of this qualification will have a firm understanding of
core business concepts coupled with practical application skills
acquired through their participation in the business project. They
will be able to work effectively in professional entry-mid level
management roles across a range of sectors in established and
start-up organisations within both large and small organisational
contexts.

Entry Requirements

At least 18 years of age (international students).

Have completed at least a Diploma level 6 or equivalent in


a technology related area; or any degree from a recognised
institution and at least two years of work experience in the
technology area; or applicants without a formal qualification
but with at least five years of relevant work experience may
be admitted based on a business concept proposal that is
acceptable to faculty.

International students require IELTS 6.0 with no band less


than 5.5 (Academic) or the equivalent level of English.

The project-based component requires students to undertake


a business project, which gives them the opportunity to apply
their knowledge and skills, and gain hands-on experience and
develop their business skills.

Outcomes
Graduates will be able to demonstrate an in-depth
understanding of concepts underpinning management,
accounting and finance, business communication, marketing,
organisational change and project management both within
established organisations and in start-up situations. The
programme enables graduates to enrich their business skills
or pursue higher studies and professional development
opportunities.

Qualification delivered by:

For more information please contact your


local Ntec representative:

Specifically, graduates will be able to:


1. Demonstrate a sound understanding of relevant
academic theories and models in all components.
2. Be aware of how technology impacts on industry and
organisational issues across various sectors including
not-for-profit, ICT, commercial, global, and SME.
3. Understand the role of technology management in the
development and operation of markets for resources,
goods and services, customer expectations, service and
orientation.

Intakes 2016 / 2017

26 May, 16 Jun, 18 Aug, 8 Sep, 17 Nov, 1 Dec.


/ 12 Jan, 23 Feb, 30 Mar, 25 May, 22 Jun,
17 Aug, 14 Sep, 16 Nov, 7 Dec
Ntec Tower, 20 Hobson Street, Auckland
1010, New Zealand / Ph: +64 9 5555 400,

info@ntec.ac.nz, www.ntec.ac.nz