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  1. National Institute of Business Management, Sri Lanka. http://www.nibm.lk
  2. Database leaked.
  3. by Mad HaTTer
  4. from The 0utlaws
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  7. update 08/07/2011 : now, I admire the quick response of the site's admin to my email which I sent yesterday. But sadly, all they have done is changing the admin login page! LOL. Thinking that'll keep it safe and sound. Call up your web developers and secure your site AND the database, you morons!
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  15. 15      1       layan   Layan Chathuranga       layan@nibm.lk   *7F0C90A004C46C64A0EB9DDDCE5DE0DC437A635C       0
  16. 16      2       seetha  Ms. Seetha Wijesinghe   nibmpro@nibm.lk         *C0D66E60537B4FC59545A26D8D79D91E07F4842D       0
  17. 21      2       amali_pmd       Amali Jayanetti         amajayanetti2550@yahoo.com      *BDC3C323B2C0B8AEC594964938F8BC4BD38113D8       0
  18. 31      2       thepul  Mr. Thepul Ginige       thepulg2003@yahoo.com   *5F62725F07F75D19F3ECD45C552CFF5171C1DA51       0
  19. 32      2       devika  Mr. Devika      devika_nibm@yahoo.com   *D69301E58274852112A3408A84C8E91C584AE46C       0
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  27. 1       Mr      Thedina Bandara         Ratnayake                                       Thedina@hotmail.com                                                                             MSc. IT.        Y       22/02/2007     
  28. 2       Mr      Egodage         Amila Ruwan     713082767V      57,     Galle Rd        Ambalangoda     regodage@yahoo.com                      IT Lecturer     CCS     143, Galle Rd,  Ambalangoda     regodage@yahoo.com      914382055       914382055       PG Diploma of British Computer Society.         N       27/02/2007     
  29. 3       Mr      Deyalage        Indika Pushpalumara     831341050v      422     Gadapuwana New Road,    Piliyandala.    indika.dpt@gmail.com    112618160       773012142       Project Leader  126C,   Highlevel Road,         Nugegoda.       indika@dpitl.com        114700555       114309352       BSc(Hons) Computing and IS - UG         N       24/02/2007     
  30. 4       Mr      Athukorala      Darshana        723072018v      44 First Lane   Kirulapone      Colombo 5       dathukorala@gmail.com   112854332       776665658       Software Engineer       IFS R&D Ltd     501 Galle Road  Colombo 6       darshana@ifs.lk         112364440               B.Sc (Hons)     Y       26/02/2007     
  31. 5       Mr      RIZNI   MARZOOK         713621560V      7, IMPASSE DES PECHERIES        LE PECQ, 78230  LE PECQ, FRANCE         rizni@hotmail.com       33134515814     33620794        IT PROJECT MANAGER      HSBC FRANCE             PARIS                           NIBM DIP, HDIP, BCS     N       26/02/2007     
  32. 6       Mr      Alwis   Chamara Sanjaya         790192842V      495     Makola North    Makola  chamaraalwis@gmail.com  2963607         System Analyst  199     CIC House Kew Rd        Colombo 02.     chamara-itd@cic.lk      2328525         Bsc(MIS)        N       28/02/2007     
  33. 7       Ms      Abeyratne       Kushani         846273026V      Mihira          Unavatuna       kushani84@yahoo.com                                                                             DCSD    Y       02/03/2007     
  34. 8       Ms      Abeyratne       Vijayani Viranjala      786573319V      Mihira  Unavatuna               vijayani123@yahoo.com                                                                           BSc(MIS)        Y       02/03/2007     
  35. 9       Mr      Goonatilleka    Senaka  843073417V                              sdg22_36@yahoo.co.uk                                                                            DCSD    Y       12/03/2007     
  36. 10      Mr      Ismail  Asker   822590055v      44 , Ratnavalie Road    Kalubowila,     Dehiwela        asker.ismail@gmail.com                                                                          Bsc(Hons)       Y       15/03/2007     
  37. 11      Mr      Ratnayake       Ajantha Sarathchandra Kuda Banda        663161580V      134 Heerassagala Road           Kandy   ajanthar@hotmail.com    773601673       773601673       Manager MIS     140/12 Gemunu Mawatha   Nawala Road     Nugegoada       ajantha@irque.lk        2814272 2814273 MBA     Y       17/03/2007     
  38. 12      Mr      Danthanarayana  Prathiba        842101646V      D/8 Veytex Housing              Veyangoda       dantha_84728@yahoo.com  602831601       779335124                                                               Higher Diploma followed         Y       17/03/2007     
  39. 13      Ms      Pemarathne      Data Karunika   706340750V      375/14/12       Rathnarama Road,Hokandara       Hokandara       karunika@hotmail.com    011-2563607     773528255       Analyst Programmer      SLPA                    karunika@slpa.lk        112483618               MSC in Computer Science         N       20/03/2007     
  40. 14      Mr      Silva   Sanjaka Rajeeve         682740329V      38/1, Pepiliyana Road   Nedimala        Dehiwala        sanjaka@royal.net       112714479       777344225       Technical Support Manager       165, Dharmapala Mawatha                 Colombo         sanjaka@dmsswt.com      112673973       112696640       MBA, MBCS CITP  N       21/03/2007     
  41. 15      Mr      Akmimana Hettiarachchige        Indika Niroshan         731860335V      No 341/C/92, 3rd Lane,  Mahayayawatta,  Piliyandala.    ahiniroshan@yahoo.com   112700970       773763742       Analyst Programmer      No 96A, Dutugemunu st,  Kohuwala,       Dehiwala.       niroshan@sms.lk         11451109        114512533               N       21/03/2007     
  42. 16      Mr      Sandaruwan      Kosala  802770480V      No 435/8, Himbutana Lane,       Mulleriyawa New Town, 10620     Colombo         Kosala@alumni.ucd.ie    -2569501        773187363       Engineer        DMS Software Technologies (Pvt) Ltd.    165, Dharmapala Mw,     Colombo 07.     kosala@dmsswt.com       112696648       112696640       BSc (MIS) Hons , MBCS   N       21/03/2007     
  43. 17      Mr      Unantenna       Rukshan         812340522V      Shantha Sewana  Ratemulla       Kandy   unantenna2000@yahoo.com         815627323       773697451       Software Developer      Software & Management Services (Pvt) Lt         No.96 A,Dutugamunu Street,Kohuwala,Dehiw        Colombo         rukshan@sms.lk  0114 51110      0114 511109     A/L     N       21/03/2007     
  44. 18      Mr      Weerasinghe.    Udana Lakshman  801813747V                              udana_weerasinghe@yahoo.com                     Software Engineer.                                                      DCSD    N       21/03/2007     
  45. 19      Mr      Karunatissa     Sujeeva         682750138V      20, Sampath Uyana       Kulasewana Mawatha      Kottawa         sujeevakarunatissa@yahoo.com    -1223694060     7896358332      IT advicer      PC World - ( Member of the Dicksons Inte        New Market Road, Cambridge Retail Park  Cambridge, UK , CB5 8WR         sujeevakarunatissa@yahoo.com    -122278         MBA - Anglia Ruskin University - Cambridge Campus, UK   N       21/03/2007     
  46. 20      Ms      Daluwatta       Jina Rashmi     768032076V      36/3, Dutugamunu Mw     Rajamahavihara Rd       Pita Kotte      rashmi_daluwatta@yahoo.com      2826787 776155855       Lecturer        APIIT City Campus       388 Union Place         Colombo 02      jina@apiit.lk   2675060         MBA     N       22/03/2007     
  47. 21      Mr      Thembuwana      Indunil         812224026v                              indunil.s@gmail.com                     Java EE Developper                                                      BIT(C.Sturt/AUS)        N       22/03/2007     
  48. 22      Ms      Dissanayake     Chamurthi       797961604v                              chamurthi@yahoo.com                                                                             B. Sc.(MIS)     N       27/03/2007     
  49. 23      Mr      Thennakoon      Thilaka         780880040v                              thilaka.thennakoon@arpico.com                                                                           BSc(MIS)        N       27/03/2007     
  50. 24      Ms      Kuruppu         Manjula Chamindi        808612526V      No 38, Dutugemunu Mawatha,      Rajamaha Vihara Rd      PitaKotte       manjula.kuruppu@gmail.com       112825186       714199938       Software Engineer       No 35C  Torrington Avanue       Colombo 7       manjula@sasianet.com                    B.Sc(MIS)       N       27/03/2007     
  51. 25      Mr      Munasinghe      T. Prasanna     782480030V      144, Nagoda,            Kalutara        prasa_mun@yahoo.com, prasa123@gmail.com         034-2225742     777956200       Analyst Programmer                                                      BSc In MIS(Hons)        N       27/03/2007     
  52. 26      Ms      Hewabatage      Malithi         806151238v      No:280/1,       Parakrama Rd    Peliyagoda      malithih@yahoo.com      112912753       723504746       Qality Assurance Engineer       Roomsnet        nawamawatha     Colombo         malithi@roomsnet.com                    BSc in (MIS)    N       27/03/2007     
  53. 27      Mr      Deheragoda      Thilina Amanda  822653243v      NO. 28,         Kirimandala Mw,         Nawala.         amandadnf@yahoo.com     2873299 773451194       HR-Executive    No. 1,  Millennium Drive,       Malambae.       thilinad@millenniumit.com       2416000         BSC (MIS)       N       27/03/2007     
  54. 28      Ms      Ferdinando      Dulanji Gayaneesha      825561722v      N0. 4/4A,       Samagi Mw,      Gangodawila,Nugegoda.   neeshatad@yahoo.com                                                                             BS.c ( MIS )    N       27/03/2007     
  55. 29      Mr      Samarasinghe    Asanka Methnuwan        813342243V      No 3/24 ,Janatha road   maharagama              arconpro@yahoo.co.uk            773733634       Operation Executive     Millennium information Technologies     1.millennium drive      Malabe                          B.Sc in MIS     N       27/03/2007     
  56. 30      Mr      Ranawella       Madawa Sumudu   833050052V      No : 13/B,      Sri Siddhartha Road, Welikadamulla      Wattala         sumudu31@yahoo.com                      Associate Software QA Engineer                                                          N       28/03/2007     
  57. 31      Ms      silva   vishmi samudrika        835073726v      1314, Hokandara Road,   Pannipitiya     colombo         vishmi.silva@gmail.com  112851388       -                                                               Bsc (MIS)       N       28/03/2007     
  58. 32      Ms      Nilani Panchadsaram     Nila    827500682v      240 galle road          colombo-6       nilanip@gmail.com       112503775       773447024       Administrative Assistant        2,Jawatta Avenue                Colombo-5               112506397       112559275       BSc in MIS      N       29/03/2007     
  59. 33      Mr      Palliyaguruge   Sampath         861363821v      374/c, Temple Road      Thalawathugoda  Maharagama      sampathf1@gmail.com             777565365       Computer Operator                                                               N       30/03/2007     
  60. 34      Mr      Weerasinghe     Prageeth        772321856v      3M/13A  National Housing Scheme         Kiribathgoda    akshdeshkaa@hotmail.com                 6799472454      Manager MIS     Tappoo Group of Companies       PO BOX 46,Main Street   Sigatoka , Fiji Islands         prageethw@tappoo.com.fj         679 6500 1              BSC (Cmp Sc & Statistics) , NIBM DCSD (Distinction)     N       31/03/2007     
  61. 35      Mr      Perera  K.M. Upul Indrajith     760773433       No 23, First Lane Angulana Station Road,                Moratuwa        upul_indrajith@hotmail.com      +0094 011 26129                 Systems Administrator                           sa@clubentota.com                       B.Sc (Hons)     N       01/04/2007     
  62. 36      Ms      Wickramaratna   Minoli Shehaana         807794140V      No 9/1C         Cooray Place, Edirigoda Road,   Nugegoda        minoli_w5@yahoo.com     060-2181508     775103790       Lecturer-Gateway        No 9    Rodney Street   Borella, Colombo-08     minoli.w5@gmail.com     112670631               BSc in Management Information Systems-Hons(2nd Upper)   N       09/04/2007     
  63. 37      Mr      Wanigasekara    D. Yashobhana Nandanabhaya Alwis        710510199V                              yashobhana@gmail.com                                                                            MBA (University of Colombo)     N       16/04/2007     
  64. 38      Mr      Manchanayake    Buddhika        840300625v                      kurunegala      buddhikam@millenniumit.com              714856855                                                               BSc(MIS)        N       17/04/2007     
  65. 39      Mr      Ahamed  Asif Anver      771940455V                              asif.anver@gmail.com                                                                                    N       26/04/2007     
  66. 40      Mr      Dadallage       Mihira Niroshan         792413820V      Hemakeerthi, Meemana    Pokunuwita      Horana  mihira_1010@yahoo.com   342264010       723263426       System Cordinetor       34,     W.A.D.ramanayake mw,    Colombo 02      beirabrush@sltnet.lk    112307168       112307169       part qlyfication AAT & Higher Diploma in computer (software) Enginering         N       27/04/2007     
  67. 41      Ms      Hewavitharanage         Kumudinie       765970270v      No 7 Nidahas Mawatha    Siddamulla      Piliyandala     kumudiniee@yahoo.com    011 2 701368    776111870       Conputer Based Assessment Administrator         CIMA Sri Lanka Division 356     Elwitigala Mawatha      Colombo05       kumudinie.hewavitharan@cimaglobal.com   112503880       112503881       Reading for MBA(Unv Col)        N       30/04/2007     
  68. 42      Mr      De Silva        Nuwan   823590873V      Randolawatta    Meetiyagoda     Ambalangoda     nuwansh@gmail.com       915670702       777069815       Software Engineer       Sasianet        32-C, Torinton Ave      Colombo 7                               BSc(MIS)        N       10/05/2007     
  69. 43      Mr      mohammed hassan         ghammahalle gedera      832152633v      214/b,modera,moratuwa           moratuwa,colombo        hassanbbold@gmail.com   97509451969             sales advisor                   dubai                           dcsd    N       14/05/2007     
  70. 44      Mr      Wickramage      Sachi Subodha   821702941V      No.24, Elliot Place,    Borella,        Colombo 08      SachiSubodha@Yahoo.com  717729156                                                                       BSc. in MIS (Hons.)     N       28/05/2007     
  71. 45      Ms      Chandrasekara   Nadeeshani      857883691d      331/15a         Sarapwatte, Walihena- south     Kochchikade     sanecs@gmail.com        312221668       786184197       -                                                       Higher Diploma In Computer Based Infromation System     N       02/06/2007     
  72. 46      Mr      Samarakoon      Y.M Jayantha Bandara    720702908V      18, Gannoruwa   Peradeniya      Peradeniya      jayanthas@gmail.com     812387617       773411616       Software Engineer       Hayleys Advantis        50, Foster lane Colombo 10      Colombo         jayantha.bandara@hayleysadvantis.com    2688907-10      2678524 DCSD NIBM       N       05/06/2007     
  73. 47      Mr      Herath  Priyantha Bandara       873220864v      No 22/2, Kandy Road, Hatharaliyadda             Kandy   priyanthasin@yahoo.com  812464423       724265500                                                               Dip in Mkt & IT         N       28/06/2007     
  74. 48      Ms      Abayasinghe.    Anshumali kanika        797760471v      No . 28, Kalyani mawatha,       wattala.                kanika_anshumali@yahoo.com                                                                              Bsc in MIS      N       04/07/2007     
  75. 49      Mr      Ratnasekera     Manjula Shalika         771532373V      98/9A,  Jambugasmulla Mawatha   Nugegoda        manjula.ratnasekera@gmail.com                   Director - Operations   14A, 3rd Floor  16th Lane       Colombo 3       manjula@shalrat.com                             N       11/07/2007     
  76. 50      Ms      Jayalath        Anuruddhika Kumari      77962442V       Ranasgalla      Nakkawatta      Kuliyapitiya    anuruddhika_kj@yahoo.com                                                                                Bsc(MIS)        N       11/07/2007     
  77. 51      Mr      Amarasinghe     Kantha  762601672V      37, Kumudu Mawatha,     Primrose Gardens,       Kandy.  Kantha76@hotmail.com            714432019                                                               BSc (MIS)       N       21/07/2007     
  78. 52      Mr      Fernando        Anthony Dunstan         633430764       78/7 Alwis Place        Kotahena        Colombo -13     zoaproc@sltnet.lk       451 3091        773863363       Procurement & Logistics Assistant       136/2 Issipathana Mawatha               Colombo 05                                      N       24/07/2007     
  79. 53      Mr      Weerawardana.   G. P. Aruna     761760670V      Mahawattha,     Dodamgasthanna,         Aruggammana.    arunawtj@yahoo.com      355678125       775806230       Programmer      Textured Jersey Lanka (Pvt) Ltd.        Block D4-D14, C.V.Gunarathne Industrial         Awissawella.    ArunaW@masholdings.com  036 4 2795      036 4279 595    Diploma in Computer System Design - NIBM        N       10/08/2007     
  80. 54      Mr      Wanniarachchi   Don Chamara Dayan       802975546V      26/5, Kotuwegedarawattha        Kiribathkumbura         Kandy   dayancw@yahoo.com       812388039       773788999       Student                                                         Higher Diploma Followed         N       12/08/2007     
  81. 55      Mr      Gunawardena     Sanath  702721164V                              sanath@sanath.co.uk                                                                             MBA, Bsc (Hons)         N       23/08/2007     
  82. 56      Ms      Dissanayake     Thirani         786403537V                              thirani@hotmail.com                                                                                     N       24/08/2007     
  83. 57      Mr      Panditharatne   Shalindra Dhanuka       783073153V      28, Woodside Crescent   Rossendale      Lancashire, United Kingdom      shalindra02@yahoo.co.uk         (0044)-78864982                 IT Manager      Mccallum Layton, Bramley Grange, Skelton        Thorner         Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS14 3DW         shalindrapanditharatne@mccallum-layton.co.uk                    Master of Business Administrator (Keele University, United Kingdom)     N       24/08/2007     
  84. 58      Ms      Dissanayake     Thirani         786403537V                              thirani@hotmail.com                                                                             BSc. (MIS)      N       31/08/2007     
  85. 59      Mr      Kugathasan      Majueran        793321295V      119-3/2,        W.A.Silva Mawatha       Colombo-06      mayalk2000@yahoo.com    777755037       777755037       HR Officer      MAG     9/1, Edmonton Road      Colombo-05      maghr@sltnet.lk         114514069               BSc     N       10/09/2007     
  86. 60      Ms      Dissanayake     Thirani         786403537v                              thirani@hotmail.com                                                                             Bsc in MIS      N       11/09/2007     
  87. 61      Mr      perera  amila   860870444v      142 enderamulla                 wattala         mailstoamila@yahoo.com  779751574               instructer      nibm                                            HD-NIBM         N       11/09/2007     
  88. 62      Mrs     Katugahage      Chandima        817430600V      Godamunna Rd, Bootawatta, Thalatuoya, Ka                Kandy   Dilanthic@yahoo.com     081-5676450     078-547807      SL Navy. Infromation Technolist         CITO(W) Office, SLNS Gemunu, Welisara, R                Colombo         wt37101@navy.lk                         GCE A/L         N       14/09/2007     
  89. 63      Mr      Divakara        Dhanushka       780490743V      No 14A, Susiri Place, Asiri Uyana       Katubedha,      Moratuwa.       ddivakara@gmail.com             777751610       Network Administrator                                                   Bsc In MIS      N       21/09/2007     
  90. 64      Mr      Wijerathne      Achini Priyadarshani    788411324v      665/2,alawewa Road,     Galewela        Matale  achini_pw@yahoo.com     662289141       776177521       System Analyst  Pentagon i runway(pvt) LTD      No.10,1st floor, Vajira Road, Colombo 0         Colomo 04       info@pentagonit.net     11540318        115373100       BSc .(Hons) in (MIS) Second Class division 1    N       22/09/2007     
  91. 65      Mr      somdal  gokart  876543982v                              oldman@gmail.com                                                                                        N       18/10/2007     
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  99.                                                
  100. 7       0       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )  D051001         1       2005    2006
  101. 8       0       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )          0       2002    2003
  102. 8       1       Higher Diploma in Computer Based Information Systems                    2003    2004
  103. 8       2       BSc in Management Information Systems           1       2003    2005
  104. 9       0       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )  D051025         1       2005    2006
  105. 12      0       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )  D051018         1       2005    2006
  106. 12      1       Higher Diploma in Computer Based Information Systems ( English )        H061012         1       2006    2007
  107. 14      0       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )          89      1989    1990
  108. 14      1       Higher Diploma in Computer Based Information Systems ( English )                91      1991    1991
  109. 14      2       BSc in Management Information Systems (Conducted in collaboration with University College, Dublin)              96      1996    1998
  110. 15      0       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )          98      1998    1999
  111. 16      0       BSc in Management Information Systems (Conducted in collaboration with University College, Dublin)      B03080  7       2003    2005
  112. 17      0       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )  D042141         2       2004    2005
  113. 18      0       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )          3       2002    2003
  114. 19      0       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )          89      1989    1990
  115. 22      0       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )  12104   2       2001    2002
  116. 24      0       BSc in Management Information Systems (Conducted in collaboration with University College, Dublin)              8       2004    2006
  117. 25      0       BSc in Management Information Systems (Conducted in collaboration with University College, Dublin)              8       2004    2006
  118. 25      1       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )          99      1999    2000
  119. 29      0       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )          3       2001    2003
  120. 29      1       Higher Diploma in Computer Based Information Systems ( English )                1       2003    2004
  121. 31      0       BSc in Management Information Systems (Conducted in collaboration with University College, Dublin)      B05097  9       2005    2007
  122. 31      1       Higher Diploma in Computer Based Information Systems ( English )        H04168  41      2004    2005
  123. 31      2       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )  D0230180        23      2002    2003
  124. 34      0       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )          1       1998    1999
  125. 35      0       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )          1       1998    1999
  126. 35      1       Higher Diploma in Computer Based Information Systems ( English )                1       1999    2000
  127. 35      2       BSc in Management Information Systems (Conducted in collaboration with University College, Dublin)              1       2000    2002
  128. 36      0       Higher Diploma in Computer Based Information Systems ( English )                22      2002    2003
  129. 36      1       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )          11      2001    2002
  130. 37      0       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )          91      91      92
  131. 37      1       Higher Diploma in Computer Based Information Systems ( English )                93      93      93
  132. 37      2       BSc in Management Information Systems (Conducted in collaboration with University College, Dublin)              96      96      98
  133. 39      0       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )          3       1994    1995
  134. 41      1       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )          97      1997    1998
  135. 44      0       BSc in Management Information Systems (Conducted in collaboration with University College, Dublin)              9       2005    2007
  136. 45      0       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )  D051014         51      2005    2006
  137. 46      0       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )  983025  98      1998    2000
  138. 46      1       BSc in Management Information Systems (Conducted in collaboration with University College, Dublin)      6151175 10      2006    2008
  139. 49      0       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )          98      1998    199
  140. 53      0       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )          1       2001    2002
  141. 54      0       Higher Diploma in Computer Based Information Systems ( English )        H061092         6       2006    2007
  142. 54      1       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )  D031141         3       2003    2004
  143. 58      0       BSc in Management Information Systems (Conducted in collaboration with University College, Dublin)              5       2001    2003
  144. 58      2       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )          98      1998    1999
  145. 61      0       Higher Diploma in Computer Based Information Systems ( English )                62      2006    2007
  146. 61      1       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )          52      2005    2006
  147. 65      0       Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )          3       2006    2007
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  152. Articles                                                               
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  155. 2       NIBM Celebrates 40 Years 1968-2008      1       NIBM is proud to announce the celebration of the 40th Anniversary of National Institute of Business Management  0               NIBM is proud to announce the celebration of the 40th Anniversary of National Institute of Business Management.</p> <p align="left" class="BodyTxtNm">With more than 3,000 students enrolled in full-time, part-time, undergraduate, diploma and certificate programs, NIBM is noted for its innovative training programs and commitment to Management and IT Education excellence. During this Anniversary year, NIBM will celebrate its past achievements and highlight its current strengths to reach even greater heights of service to both private and public sector in Management Education, Training and Consultancy, in Sri Lanka. </p> <p align="left" class="BodyTxtNm">NIBM is affiliated to the University College Dublin of National University of Ireland and Northumbria University in United Kingdom and has already produced about 700 graduates who had reached international standards of achievement.</p> <p align="left" class="BodyTxtNm">The Anniversary plan include various social activities that embrace the range of stakeholders in our community, from students at all levels to our dedicated academic staff and management team who represent the best in academic and professional accomplishment and potential. These social activities include an almsgiving to 40 Bhikkus to commemorate 40 years.</p> <p align="left" class="BodyTxtNm">The 40th Anniversary year will start from mid-July of 2008. In conjunction with anniversary celebrations, two major events are also organized.</p> <ul><li>Official opening ceremony of the newly constructed building extension to the NIBM Colombo Campus will take place in an auspicious moment on 15th July 2008.</li> <li>Official opening ceremony of the newly constructed building for the NIBM Kurunegala Training Centre will take place in an auspicious moment on 22nd July 2008.</li></ul> <p align="left" class="BodyTxtNm">Students of NIBM are also encouraged to undertake activities that contribute to the celebratory effort, including designing a Anniversary Logo.</p> <p align="left" class="BodyTxtNm">Faculty, staff, students, alumni, advisors, supporters and friends of NIBM are all invited to participate and celebrate. </p> <p align="left" class="BodyTxtBd">Milestones 1968 - 2008</p> <ul> <li>1968 National Institute of Management, established in 1968 under the purview of the Ministry of Industries and Scientific Affairs in collaboration with the UNDP, with the ILO functioning as the executing agency </li> <li>1976 The Institute was incorporated as the National Institute of Business Management</li> <li>1979 Introduced Diploma in Computer System Design program.</li> <li>1989 Introduced Higher Diploma in Computer Based Information Systems programme. </li> <li>1996 Rolled out B.Sc. in Management Information Systems degree course, together with NUI, Ireland.</li> <li>2004 The NIBM was brought under the purview of the Ministry of Skills Development, Vocational and Technical Education.</li> <li>2007 Obtained ISO 9001:2000 certification for its training excellence</li> <li>2007 Launched B.Sc. and B.A degree programmes in Finance, Marketing and Business Administration in affiliation with UCD, Dublin and Northumbria University, UK.</li> </ul>       26/11/2008 0:00 0
  156. 3       High quality and standard of Diploma in Computer system Design is accredited by British Computer Society        1       The Diploma in Computer System Design and the Higher Diploma in Computer Based Information Systems conducted by the Management Information Systems division of National Institute of Business Management has gained credits towards the BCS Professional Examinations conducted by the British Computer Society for 2007/2008.  0               The Diploma in Computer System Design and the Higher Diploma in Computer Based Information Systems conducted by the Management Information Systems division of National Institute of Business Management has gained credits towards the BCS Professional Examinations conducted by the British Computer Society for 2007/2008.</p> <p align="left" class="BodyTxtNm">The Diploma in Computer System Design (NIBM-DCSD) is considered the first public sector computer training programme in Sri Lanka. This accredited Diploma meets British Computer Society (BCS) requirements and as such will open more doors to jobs.</p> <p align="left" class="BodyTxtNm">The internationally recognised Certificate in IT and Diploma in IT are conducted by the The British Computer Society which has only 16 accredited bodies that meets its requirements. The NIBM Diploma qualification is one of them, which is approved under the Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL) scheme by British Computer Society. </p> <p align="left" class="BodyTxtNm">Students who successfully complete Higher Diploma are exempted from all the Certificate level modules and Diploma level modules except one core module.</p> <p align="left" class="BodyTxtNm">For more information : <a href="http://www.bcs.org/server.php?show=ConWebDoc.12049">http://www.bcs.org/server.php?show=ConWebDoc.12049         26/11/2008 0:00 0
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  166. 5       MISHDP072       HDCBS 07.2
  167. 6       MISHDP081       HDCBS 08.1
  168. 8       MISHDP082       HDCBS 08.2
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  173. 13      MISDIP12        M3QD4D WaS HeRe !!
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  182. 2       BSC     Bachelor of Science Degree Programs
  183. 9       UGC     UGC Approved
  184. 11      DIP     Diploma Programs
  185. 17      BA      Bachelor of Arts
  186. 18      CTC     Certificate Program
  187. 19      FND     Foundation Course
  188. 20      FSE     Free Seminar
  189. 21      MSc     Postgraduate Studies
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  193. Courses                                                                                                                
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  197.                 Certificate Course in Taxation  2006-11-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1                                                                              
  198.                 Diploma in Logistics Management ( English )     2006-07-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1                                                                              
  199.                 Certificate Course in Business Management ( Sinhala )   2008-02-00,2008-08-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1                                                                              
  200. 1       DIP01   Diploma in Computer Systems Design ( English )  2008-10-06,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        MIS     1       After successful completion of the program, participants should be able to : <br> <ul> <li> Apply the knowledge in Computer Programming and Systems Analysis & Design <li> </ul>        For persons who wish to become Computer Professionals   <ol> <li>Introduction to Computer Science</li> <li>Quantitative Techniques for Computing</li> <li>Date Structures with C Language</li> <li>Computer Technology I & II</li> <li>OOP with C++</li> <li>Programming in JAVA</li> <li>Business Information Systems</li> <li>Visual Basic Programming</li> <li>Unix & Linux Operating Systems</li> <li>Data Base Management Systems</li> <li>Internet Technology</li> <li>Systems Analysis and Design</li> <li>Systems Design Project</li> </ol>     1 year - full time/18 months - part time        0800 h - 1530 h         00-00-English   Lectures / Practical Sessions / Assignments and Evaluation Tests        Mrs. K Karanayake & Ms. Wickramasinghe G        Colombo-00-00   LKR 90,000/- + Reg 500/=
  201. 2       DIP02   Higher Diploma in Computer Based Information Systems ( English )        2008-10-06,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        MIS     0       After successful completion of the program, participants should be able to                                                                     
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  209. 1       DIP0001         <ul> <li> The course provides the knowledge in Computer Programming and Systems Analysis & Design to Work in Business and Industrial Environments. </li> </ul>  <ul> <li> 2 Passes at GCE A/L or </li> <li> 5 Credits at GCE O/L including Maths and English or </li> <li> Successfully completed the Certificate Course in Computer Science (CCS) at NIBM. </li> </ul>         <ol> <li>Introduction to Computer Science.</li> <li>Quantitative Techniques for Computing.</li> <li>Data Structures and C Language.</li> <li>Computer Technology. </li> <li>OOP with C++.</li> <li>Database Management Systems.</li> <li>Computer Architecture.</li> <li>Internet Technology.</li> <li>System Software. </li> <li>Programming in Visual Basic.NET. </li> <li>Programming in JAVA.</li> <li>Business Information Systems.</li> <li>Systems Analysis and Design.</li> <li>Systems Design Project.</li> </ol>      1 Year (Full Time)      0800 h - 1500 h         00-00-English   Lectures / Practicals / Assignments and Evaluation Tests        LKR.110,000/- +2000/- (Reg)     Colombo         Mr. C C B Wijeshinghe , Mrs. G Wickramasinghe
  210. 2       DIP0002         After successful completion of the program, participants should be able to apply the knowledge in Management of Information Systems     Successfully Followed the Diploma in Computer System Design     <ol> <li>Management Practices</li> <li>Software Engineering</li> <li>Data Structures and Algorithms</li> <li>Computer Networks</li> <li>Advanced Database Management Systems</li> <li>Computer Architecture</li> <li>Object Oriented Programming and Design I</li> <li>Agile Software Development Practices</li> <li>Software Quality Assurance</li> <li>Data Warehousing and Data Mining</li> <li>Object Oriented Programming and Design II</li> <li>Business Statistics for Information Technology</li> <li>Distributed Processing</li> <li>Operational Research</li> <li>Software Development Project</li> </ol>     1 Year (Full Time)      0830 to 1530, Practices: 3 - 4 hours per week   00-00-English   Lectures / Practical Sessions / Assignments and Evaluation Tests        LKR.110,000/- +2000/- (Reg)     Colombo         Ms. K. Wijesiriwardana
  211. 3       BSC0001         <BR>A University Level Degree that provides participants with comprehensive knowledge of Management Information Systems <BR>    HDCBIS, DCSD+3 y exp, BCS(Dip)+3 y exp, ACS (all papers) + 4 y exp.,Equivalent qualifications & exp.    <ol> <li>Database and Information Resource Management</li> <li>Project Management</li> <li>e-Commerce Infrastructure</li> <li>Management of Information Systems</li> <li>Management� Support Systems</li> <li>Accounting</li> <li>Business Policy</li> <li>Marketing Management</li> <li>Management of e-Commerce Strategy and Operations</li> <li>Information System Development and Implementation</li> <li>Management of Organizations</li> <li>Information Systems Applications</li> </ol>        HDCBIS (2 yrs) + 2 years (4 Semesters)  0900 h - 1600 h Sundays | 1700 h - 2000 h Weekdays      00-00-English   Lectures / Practical Sessions / Assignments and Evaluation Tests        LKR.520,000/- +2000/- (Reg)     Colombo         Prof. Andrew Deegan, University College Dublin, Ireland / Ms. K. Wijesiriwardana, NIBM
  212. 4       CTC0001         <ul> <li>The course provides an understanding of computer science fundamentals.</li> <li>The course helps students to decide whether to pursue higher studies in Computer Science.</li> <li>It also provides basic computer skills for work in Business Systems.</li> </ul>     <ul> <li>GCE O/L or A/L.</li> </ul>     <ol> <li>Principles of operation of CPU and storage devices.</li> <li>Number Systems and Data Representation.</li> <li>Functions and use of Operating Systems.</li> <ul> <li>MS DOS.</li> <li>MS Windows.</li> <li>LINUX.</li> </ul> <li>File Design, Organization and Access. </li> <li>Program Flow charts and Pseudo Codes.</li> <li>Boolean Algebra and Logic Gates.</li> <li>Introduction to programming.</li> <ul> <li>Languages : C and Visual Basic. </li> </ul> <li> Introduction to Web Design.</li> <li>Introduction to SQL using Oracle.</li> <li>Use of PC Software:</li> <ul> <li>MS Word.</li> <li>MS PowerPoint.</li> <li>MS Excel.</li> <li>MS Access.</li> </ul> </ol>        4 Months - (Part Time)  0900 h to 1600 h, Practices: 3 hours per week   00-00-English   Lectures / Practicals / Assignments and Evaluation Test.        LKR 25,000/- + 1000/- (Reg)     Colombo         Mr. A Amarasinghe
  213. 7       DIP0005         After successful completion of the program, participants should be able to, <BR>* Understand the conceptual knowledge and practices applicable to all aspects of Human Resource Management in an organization <BR>* Enhance the skills to implement and perform the Human Resources functional activities efficiently and effectively in an organization <BR>* Develop positive thinking and attitude to make use of human talent in an organization    <BR>Persons related to HRM functions, Satisfying the following Entry Requirements<ul> <li>A/L qualification with more than 3 Years Working Experience </li> or <li>Those who have followed Advanced Certificate in Human Resource Management </li> </ul>        <BR>* Management Process <BR>* Labor Economics <BR>* Human Resources Planning <BR>* Behavioral Dimension of an Organization <BR>* Management of Rewards System <BR>* Industrial and Labor Law <BR>* Employee Service <BR>* Industrial Relations <BR>* Productivity and Change Management <BR>* Strategic Planning for HRM <BR>* Statistics and Computer Based MIS <BR>* Management Practices <BR>* Methods of Personnel Research <BR>* Independent Study        1 Year  0900 h - 1600 h         Sinhala-Tamil-English   Lectures / Case Studies / Discussions / Exercises       LKR. 90,000/- + Reg 2000/-      Colombo         Ms. Ganga Karunathilaka
  214. 9       DIP0007         Provide participants with up to date knowledge of productivity techniques and systems, industrial engineering and management disciplines so as to fully equip them to take up challenging assignments as industrial engineers, systems managers, productivity advisers, managers of management services or training officers<BR><BR> Entry Qualifications:<BR> <ol> <li>Degree or NIBM Diploma with 2 years working experience</li> <li>A/L 2 subjects or recognized professional qualifications with 4 years working experience</li> <li>O/L with 5 years working experience</li> <li>Successfully completed the Advanced Certificate Programme with 4 years working experience</li> <li>Successfully completed the Certificate Programme with 5 years working experience</li> </ol>   <BR> * A/L qualification with more than 3 Years Working Experience      <ol> <li>Industrial Economics</li> <li>Business Statistics</li> <li>Marketing Management</li> <li>Management Concepts</li> <li>Industrial Law & Industrial Relations</li> <li>Financial Accounting </li> <li>Cost Techniques</li> <li>Information Technology</li> <li>Operational Research</li> <li>Methods Study & Work Measurements</li> <li>Facility Design & Layout</li> <li>Materials Management</li> <li>Production Planning & Control</li> <li>Quality Management</li> <li>Strategic Management</li> <li>Special Topics</li> <ul> <li>Productivity Management</li> <li>Training & Development</li> <li>Time Management</li> <li>Project Management</li> </ul> </ol>      1 Year ( Saturdays )    0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures / Discussions / Case studies / Presentations   LKR 90,000/- + Reg 2000/-       Colombo         Mr. H.H.L. Amarasinghe (E-mail : amara@nibm.lk)
  215. 10      DIP0008         <BR>* To provide the participants with an opportunity of acquiring theoretical knowledge in management <BR>* To provide the participants with an effective forum for the appraisal of modern management ideas and techniques <BR>* To develop in the participants a general management perspective <BR>* To improve the managerial skills in the participants in diagnosing and business related issues from a multi-disciplinary base <br>     <BR> * A/L qualification with more than 3 Years Working Experience Or <BR> * Those who have followed Advanced Certificate Course in Business Management         <ol> <li>Module I - Foundation Stage</li> <ul> <li>Management Process and Organizational Behavior</li> <li>Financial Accounting</li> <li>Economics of Business Enterprise</li> <li>Business Mathematics and Statistics</li> </ul> <li>Module II - Functional areas of Management</li> <ul> <li>Management Accounting <li>Operations Management <li>Management Information Systems and e-commerce <li>Marketing Management <li>Productivity Improvement <li>Human Resource Management <li>Industrial Law & Industrial Relations </ul> <li>Module III - Integration</li> <ul> <li>Strategic Management and Performance Improving Planning</li> <li>Special Topics in Business Management</li> <li>Independent Study</li> </ul> </ol>      1 Year  9.00 am - 4.00 pm (Sunday)      00-00-English   Lectures / Discussions / Case Method / Exercises        LKR. 90,000/- + Reg2000/-       Colombo-Kandy   Mr. Kolitha Ranawaka
  216. 13      CTC0004         After successful completion of the program, participants should be able to use personal computers effectively in their routine office work      GCE O/L or GCE A/L      <ol> <li> Introduction to Component of a Computer System and Operating System (MS DOS, Windows and Linux) </li> <li> Word Processing (MS Word) </li> <li> Spread Sheets (MS Excel) </li> <li> Database Management (MS Access) </li> <li> Presentations (MS PowerPoint) </li> <li> Publishing(MS Publisher) </li> <li> Introduction to Internet (MS Internet Explore) & Web page Design (MS Front Page) </li> <li>E-mail, Time & Task Management (MS Outlook) </li> <li>Introduction to Hardware basics & PC maintenance </li> </ol>     4 months (Sundays)      09:00h to 16:00h        00-00-English   Lectures / Demonstrations & Practicals ( Individual computer for each participant )     LKR 25,000/- + 1000/- (Reg)     Colombo         Mrs.Gangani Wickramasinghe
  217. 15      CTC0006         After successful completion of the program, participants should be able to: <BR>* Develop the ability to create professional web sites and publish them         <BR>Those who are interested in learning web graphics and web designing         <BR>i. Web page Design Consideration <BR>ii. HTML coding <BR><TAB> Base tags, anchors & hyperlinks <BR> Lists, tables, forms, frames, image maps <BR>iii. Cascading Style Sheets <BR>iv. Graphics & Video Elements <BR> Vector based lines & curves <BR> Paths, objects, layers <BR> Image composition, retouching & masking <BR> Color fundamentals, models & management <BR> Image setting & calibration <BR>v. Graphics & Web Development Tools <BR> Adobe Photoshop CS <BR> Adobe Imageready CS <BR> Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004 <BR> Macromedia Flash MX <BR>vi. WYSIWYG Web Development Tools <BR> Templates & Wizards <BR> Frames, themes, active elements <BR> Adding graphics & video elements <BR>vii. Java Script <BR> Java script programming model & syntax <BR> Built in objects, functions, arrays <BR> Handling browser events <BR>viii. Introduction to Active Server Pages (ASP) <BR> Overview of web servers <BR> Database and File Handling <BR> Criteria for selection of host service provider <BR> Concepts & tools for transferring files to and from servers        Five months ( Sundays )         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English           LKR. 16,000/-   Colombo-00-00   Mr. Kaluarachchi S C
  218. 17      CTC0008         After successful completion of the program, participants should be able to: <BR>* Explain the basic theories relating to financial and management accounting <BR>* Practice these theories in real situations   O/L with relevant experience and those who are interested       <BR>* Accounting Principles and Concepts <BR>* Books of Prime Entry/Double Entry Principles <BR>* Error Corrections / Bank Reconciliation <BR>* Preparation of Final Accounts using Microsoft Excel <BR>* Preparation of Cash Flow Statement <BR>* Interpretation of Accounts <BR>* Basics of Cost Accounting <BR>* Marginal Costing <BR>* Variance Analysis <BR>* Activity Based Costing <BR>* Time Value of Money / Capital Budgeting <BR>* Internal Controls in an Accounting System <BR>* Taxation <BR>* Working Capital Management <BR>* Basics of Balance Score-card      4 Months        1700h - 2000h (Tuesday,Thursday)        00-00-English   Lectures / Discussions / Project work / Demonstrations  LKR. 30,000/- + 1000/-(Reg)     Colombo         Mrs. Ameelan S
  219. 27      DIP0009         After successful completion of the program, participants should be able to:<BR> <BR>* Develop & implement profitable (Productive) Maintenance System in their own Organizations <BR><BR>        <br>* Degree or NIBM Diploma with 2 years working experience.<BR> * A/L qualification with more than 3 Years Working Experience.<BR> * Successfully completed the Advanced Certificate Programme with 4 years working experience.<BR> * Successfully completed the Certificate Programme with 5 years working experience<br>    <BR>* Maintenance Technology <BR>* Maintenance Planning & Scheduling <BR>* Types of Maintenance <BR>* Maintenance Management Applications <BR>* Total Productive Maintenance <BR>* Productivity Improvement Techniques <BR>* General Management <BR>* Information Technology <BR>* Safety Management <BR>* Cost Control In Maintenance <BR>* Discipline in Industry <BR>* Reliability & Failure Analysis <BR>* Wear & Lubrication <BR>* Properties of Materials for Maintenance <BR>* Spare Parts Management <BR>* Project Management <BR>* Environmental Management <BR>* Statistical Applications     1 Year ( Sundays )      0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures / Discussions / Group Activities / Video Presentations / Take-home Assignments         LKR 90,000/- + Reg 2000/-       Colombo         Mr. H.H.L. Amarasinghe
  220. 28      DIP0010         After successful completion of the program, participants should be able to: <BR>* Explain concepts, theories and practices applicable to all aspects related to marketing <BR>* Perform all activities related to the marketing function of an organization     <BR> * A/L qualification with more than 3 Years Working Experience Or <BR> * Those who have followed Advanced Certificate Course in Marketing Management        * Marketing Concepts * Quantitative Techniques * Management Of Theory & Practice * Understanding Consumer Behaviors * Promotional Practice * Marketing Planning * Agricultural , Industrial & Service Marketing * Computer Based Marketing Information Systems * Economics Of Business Enterprise * Financial Aspects Of Marketing * Marketing Research * Salesmanship & Sales Management * Legal Aspects of Marketing  One Year ( Saturdays )  0900 hrs - 1600 hrs     00-00-English   Lectures/Discussions/Case Analysis/Presentations/Video Presentations/Role Plays         LKR. 90,000/- + Reg 2000/-      Colombo         Mr. J.L.P. Fernando
  221. 31      DIP0013         After successful completion of the program, participants should be able to: <BR>* Understand the theoretical and practical aspects of the management principles <BR>* Be comfortable with Supplies and Materials Management Procedures <BR>* Implement and control the supplies and materials functional activities, efficiently and effectively        <BR>*A/L qualification with more than 3 Years Working Experience Or <BR>*Those who have followed Advanced Certificate Course in Supplies & Materials Management         <BR>* Management Principles <BR>* International Purchasing <BR>* Legal Aspects of Purchasing <BR>* Supplies & Purchasing Management <BR>* Stores & Warehouse Management <BR>* Supply Chain Management <BR>* Import and Export Procedures <BR>* Computer Based Applications for Supplies & Materials Management <BR>* Operational Management <BR>* Method of Personnel Research <BR>* Management Functions & Practices <BR>* Financial Accountancy <BR>* Independent Study       1 Year (Saturday)       0900 h - 1600 h         Sinhala-Tamil-English   Lectures / Discussions / Group Exercises / Case Studies         LKR 80,000/- + Reg 1000/-       Colombo         Mr. Kolitha Ranawaka
  222. 32      DIP0014         After successful completion of the program, participants should be able to: <BR>* Understand the theoretical and practical aspects of the management principles <BR>* Be comfortable with Supplies and Materials Management Procedures <BR>* Implement and control the supplies and materials functional activities, efficiently and effectively        <li>A/L qualification with more than 3 Years Working Experience </li> Or <li>Those who have followed Advanced Certificate Course in Supplies & Materials Management </li>       <BR>* Management Principles <BR>* Legal Aspects of Purchasing <BR>* Supplies & Purchasing Management <BR>* Stores & Warehouse Management <BR>* Supply Chain Management <BR>* Import and Export Procedures <BR>* Computer Based Applications for Supplies & Materials Management <BR>* International Purchasing <BR>* Operational Management <BR>* Method of Personnel Research <BR>* Management Functions & Practices <BR>* Financial Accountancy       1 Year ( Sundays )      0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures / Discussions / Group Exercises / Case Studies         LKR 90,000/- + Reg 2000/-       Colombo         Mr. Kolitha Ranawaka
  223. 35      CTC0010         The course provides the participants with in-depth knowledge and skills in Internet Technology and techniques of developing contents for the World Wide Web.    <ul> <li>GCE O/L or A/L</li> </ul>      <ol> <li>Fundamentals of Internet</li> <ol> <li>Structure of the Internet</li> <li>World Wide Web</li> <li>Client/Server Architecture</li> </ol> <li>Web Design Techniques</li> <ol> <li>HTML, XML</li> <li>CSS</li> <li>Java Scripts</li> <li>Macromeadia Dreamweaver</li> </ol> <li>Web Application Development in ASP.NET </li> <ol> <li>Microsoft .NET Framework and ASP.NET</li> <li>ASP.NET 2.0 Essentials</li> <li>Developing Web Applications with C#</li> <li>Organizing web projects with IIS</li> <li>Debugging in Visual Studio .NET</li> <li>Working with Databases</li> <li>Configure and Deploy a Web Application</li> </ol> <li>Web Application Development using PHP</li> <li>Web Application Development in Java (Tomcat,JSP,Servlets)</li> </ol>     4 Months ( Sundays )    09:00h to 16:00h        00-00-English   Lectures, Demonstrations and Practices (Individual computer for each participant)       LKR 30,000/- +1000/- (Reg)      Colombo         Mrs.Gangani Wickramasinghe
  224. 47      DIP0018         After successful completion of the programme, participants should be able to: <br> <br>* Understand the conceptual knowledge and practices applicable to all aspects of Human Resource Management in an organization <br>* Enhance the skills to implement and perform the Human Resources functional activities efficiently and effectively in an organization         <BR>Persons related to HRM functions, Satisfying the following Entry Requirements<ul> <li>A/L qualification with more than 3 Years Working Experience </li> or <li>Those who have followed Advanced Certificate in Human Resource Management </li> </ul>        <br>* Management Theory & Organization <br>* Manpower Planning <br>* Employee Compensation Package <br>* Behavioral Dimension of an Organization <br>* Career Management & Development <br>* Strategic Management Process in HRM <br>* Strategic Industrial Relations <br>* Legal Environment of Human Resource Management <br>* Quantitative Techniques & Information Technology in HRM <br>* Employee Services <br>* Work Place Health, Safety and quality of work life <br>* Multi-disciplinary approach to HRM � Finance, Marketing & Productivity Enhancement <br>* Method of Personnel Research and Independent Study   One Year (Sunday)       0900h - 1600h   00-00-English   Lectures / Case Studies / Discussions / Exercises       LKR.90,000/- + Reg 2000/-       Colombo        
  225. 49      DIP0020         After successful completion of the program, participants should be able to, <BR>* Explain the basic theories relating to financial and management accounting <BR>* Practice these theories in real situations <BR>* Appreciate the importance of knowledge and practices in improving performance of the organization <BR>* Use fundamental concepts in Financial decision making       <BR> * A/L qualification with more than 3 Years Working Experience Or <BR> * Those who have followed Advanced Certificate Course in Financial and Management Accounting         <BR>* Accounting Principles - Concepts <BR>* Financial Statements <BR>* Company Accounts <BR>* Accounting Standards Applicable to Sri Lanka <BR>* Preparation of cash flow Statements <BR>* Interpretation of Accounting Statements <BR>* Stores Accounting <BR>* Marginal Costing/Budgeting <BR>* Standard Costing <BR>* Activity Based Costing <BR>* Costing for Decision Making <BR>* Company Valuation <BR>* Investment Appraisal Techniques <BR>* Working Capital Management <BR>* Risk Management <BR>* Budgeting <BR>* Stock market Analysis <BR>* Auditing Practices <BR>* Cost of Capital <BR>* Derivatives & Risk Management <BR>* Portfolio Analysis <BR>* Multinational Financial Management <BR>* Legal aspect of Company formation and Operation in Sri Lanka <BR>* Company Taxation <BR>* Computerized Accounting <BR>* Internal Controls in an Accounting System <BR>* Foreign Exchange Transaction <BR>* Balance Score Card/Performance Indicators <BR>* Basics of Productivity Improvement Techniques <BR>* General Management Techniques     One Year (Sundays)      0900 h - 1530 h         00-00-English   Lectures / Discussions / Project Work / Demonstrations  LKR 90,000/- + Reg 2000/-       Colombo         Mrs. S. Ameelan
  226. 52      DIP0023         After successful completion of the program, participants should be able to, <BR>* Explain the basic theories relating to financial and management accounting <BR>* Practice these theories in real situations <BR>* Appreciate the importance of knowledge and practices in improving performance of the organization   <BR> * A/L qualification with more than 3 Years Working Experience Or <BR> * Those who have followed Advanced Certificate Course in Financial and Management Accounting         <BR>* Accounting Principles <BR>* Accounting Concepts <BR>* Basic Book Keeping <BR>* Books of Prime Entries <BR>* Error Corrections <BR>* Accounting Standards Applicable to Sri Lanka <BR>* Preparation of Cash Flow Statements <BR>* Interpretation of Accounts <BR>* Stores Accounting <BR>* Marginal Costing <BR>* Process Costing <BR>* Variance Analysis <BR>* Activity Based Costing <BR>* Decision Making <BR>* Company Valuation <BR>* Time Value of Money <BR>* Working Capital Management <BR>* Legal Aspects of Company Formation and Operation in Sri Lanka <BR>* Company Taxation <BR>* Basics of Balance Score Card <BR>* Computerized Accounting <BR>* Internal Controls in an Accounting System        1 Year ( Tuesdays & Fridays )   1630 h - 1930 h         Sinhala         Lectures / Discussions / Project work / Demonstrations  LKR90,000/- + Reg2000/-         Colombo         Mr. Kolitha Ranawaka
  227. 56      CTC0020         Upon completion of the programme the participants will be able to, <BR>* Equip themselves to undertake higher organizational responsibilities in the field of HRM <BR>* Confront effectively issues related to HRM <BR>* Qualify for National Diploma in Human Resource Management conducted by NIBM    <br> � GCE A/L with more than one year working experience.<br> � Foundation course in HRM qualification offered by NIBM or any other recognized institute.<br> � Undergraduates <br><br>  Module 1 <br />Introduction to Management <br />Business Environment in Sri Lanka <br />HRM Process Module 2 - Organizational Behavior <br />Concepts of Motivation <br />Leadership in organizations <br />Communication <br />Group Dynamics <br />Interpersonal Relationship Module 3 - Key result areas in HRM <br />Elements of Manpower Planning <br />Recruitment Selection & Induction <br />Grievances Handling <br />Training and Development <br />Performance Management <br />Elements of Industrial Relations <br />Disciplinary Procedures <br />Record Management <br />Employee Health & Safety <br />Welfare and Benefit Services Module 4 - Essential skills required in HRM <br />Basic Quantitative Techniques <br />Human Resources Information Systems <br />Presentation Skills <br />Case study <br />Project Report   32 Lecture Sessions of 3 hours duration         0900 h - 1600 h (Sundays)       00-00-English   Lectures, Experiential exercises, Individual and Group Assignments      LKR. 30,000/- + Reg. 1000/-     Colombo-Kandy-Kurunegala        
  228. 57      CTC0021         After the successful completion of the programme, participants should be able to : <br> <ul> <li>Understand the Principles of Marketing</li> <li>Fit in to an organization’s marketing environment</li> <li>Apply the knowledge gained, in their work environments</li> <li>Acquire a basic qualification for Diploma in Marketing</li> </ul> <br>Next Steps : Advanced Diploma in Marketing Management       Those currently employed in Marketing and seek a basic qualification.   <ol> <li>The Marketing Concept</li> <li>Marketing Environment</li> <li>Marketing Research</li> <li>Consumer Behavior</li> <li>Marketing Strategies</li> <li>Marketing Planning</li> <li>Marketing Ethics</li> <li>International Marketing</li> <li>Marketing Skills</li> <li>Principles of Management</li> <li>Marketing Communication</li> <li>Targeting & Positioning</li> </ol>      4 Months        1300 h 1800 h ( Saturday ) )    00-00-English   Lectures / Discussions / Assignments    LKR.30,000/- + Reg. 1000/-      Colombo         Mr. Kolitha Ranawaka
  229. 79      CTC0043         After successful completion of the program, participants should be able to : <br> <ul> <li>Acquire theoretical and practical knowledge on computer networking</li> <li>Setup, configure and maintain Local Area Networks and common Networking Services</li> </ul>      Those who have basic computer knowledge and wish to learn Computer Networks & Network Services  <ol> <li>Introduction</li> <ul> <li>Introduction to Networking and Data Communication</li> <li>OSI & TCP/IP Architectures, Protocols & IP Addressing</li> <li>Local Area Network (LAN) Concepts & Technologies</li> <li>Network cabling (Structured cabling for LAN)</li> </ul> <li>Windows 2008 Server Setup and Administration</li> <ul> <li>Windows 2008 Server Architecture</li> <li>Active Directory, DNS, DHCP,Terminal servers.</li> </ul> <li>Web Server Setup and Administration</li> <ul> <li>IIS 6 Architecture & Installation</li> <li>Implementing Security and Secure Servers</li> <li>Apache Server</li> </ul> <li>Setup, Configuration and Administration of Mail Server</li> <ul> <li>Exchange Server 2008</li> <li>Managing Resources & Disaster Recovery.</li> </ul> <li>Network Security</li> <ul> <li>Network Security Issues</li> <li>Firewalls, IDS / IPS</li> <li>Vulnerability Scanners, Network Monitoring Tools.</li> </ul> <li>Introduction to Networking with Linux</li> <li>WAN</li> <ul> <li>WAN Technologies</li> <li>Routing & router configuration basics</li> <li>Procurement of WAN services</li> </ul> </ol>       4 Months (16 Sundays)   0900 h to 1600 h        00-00-English   Lectures / Demonstrations / Assignments         LKR 30,000/- +1000/= Reg        Colombo         Ms. K. Wijesiriwardana
  230. 80      CTC0044         <BR>* Understand modern practices & processes related to Human Capital Development and their futuristic tendencies. <BR>* Apply modern innovative people development techniques as a weapon to gain competitive advantage. <BR>* Understand training methodology and its application at different stages of the training process <BR>* Manage and administer a training system for competitive advantage.       <BR>Those who are employed in the HRM function in private, public & NGO sectors         <BR>* Management Process <BR>* Human Capital Management <BR>* Competency based Human Capital Development <BR>* E-Learning Systems <BR>* Learning Organization <BR>* Knowledge Management Systems <BR>* Talent Management Systems <BR>* Understanding Learner & Theories of Learning <BR>* Training Needs Assessment <BR>* Training Design Frame work <BR>* Innovative Training Methods & Techniques <BR>* Training Evaluation <BR>* Budgeting & Controlling Training Cost <BR>* Use of IT in Training Management        18 Weeks        0900 h - 1600 h ( Saturdays )   00-00-English   Lectures/Experiential Exercises/Individual & Group Presentations/Case Analysis/Group Assignments        LKR 17,500/-    Colombo-00-00   Mr. Duminda Weeraratne
  231. 84      CTC0046         After successful completion of the program, participants should be able to, <BR>* Understand Linux Distributions <BR>* Install a Linux Distribution <BR>* Administer the Linux Computer <BR>* Use it for day to day usage       For persons who wish to gain practical knowledge in Linux Computing     <BR>* Introduction to Linux Distributions <BR>* Installation of Linux (RedHat Fedora on a Computer with Windows) <BR>* Understanding the Linux Desktop <BR>* Using Linux Commands and shell scripting <BR>* Using Linux Applications (Office applications, terminal etc) <BR>* Understanding System Administration <BR>* Setting Up and Supporting Users <BR>* Automating System Tasks <BR>* Backing Up and Restoring Files <BR>* Setting Up Security <BR>* Connecting to a LAN <BR>* Using Internet & Email <BR>* Sharing Files within the LAN <BR>* Updating Linux Applications       4 weeks (Tuesdays & Thursdays)  1630 h - 1930 h         00-00-English   Interactive Training    LKR 7000/- +250/=       Colombo-00-00   Mr. M M Z Murshid
  232. 112     CTC0049         After successful completion of the program the participants should be able to: <BR>* Acquire knowledge on human resources planning and implementation. <BR>* Develop required skills on <BR>** Preparation on HR planning. <BR>** Job analysis <BR>** Preparation of JD, JS <BR>** Recruitment, Selection and hiring <BR>** Induction of new employee <BR>* Develop positive attitudes toward Job and Organization      <BR>Officers involved in HRM functions in Private & Public Sectors, Armed Fprces & Police Dept  <BR>* Introduction to HRM <BR>* HR planning <BR>* Job analysis / Job evaluation <BR>* Job design and job analysis <BR>* Techniques of attracting potential employees <BR>* Techniques for selection of employees <BR>* Orientation for new employees    5 Days ( 7, 14, 21, 28 June & 5 July )  0900 h � 1600 h       00-00-English   Lectures / Case Studies / Group Exercises / Group Presentations         LKR. 6,750/-    Colombo-00-00   Tissa Kariyawasam
  233. 113     CTC0050         After completion of the programmme, participants will be able to; <BR>* Understand the importance and benefits of using good management practices in NGOs <BR>* Understand the key management concepts required to operate a NGO <BR>* Acquire the necessary knowledge in Project Management, Human Resource Management and Financial management in managing NGOs. <BR>* Acquire the necessary knowledge in Marketing Management, Social Marketing and Public Relations in managing NGOs. <BR>* Be a key force in his/her organization for introducing and maintaining best management practices.       <BR>Managers, Executives, Project Staff, field officers and Volunteers of NGOs.         <BR>* Management Fundamentals <BR>* Effective Project Management <BR>* Effective Human Resource Management & Development <BR>* Importance of Financial Management and Good governance <BR>* Marketing Management, Social Marketing and Public Relations Management <BR>* Registration and operating of Non-Governmental Organizations   06 Consecutive Fridays (Jan 20,27 & Feb 2,10,17,24      0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures / Presentations / Discussions  LKR. 7,500/-    Colombo-00-00   Mr. Kolitha Ranawaka
  234. 117     DIP0025         <BR>* Provide an opportunity for the practicing Managers in Business Organizations to acquire a comprehensive knowledge base in Logistics Management <BR>* Enhance knowledge and skills to improve Quality & Productivity in Business Organizations <BR>* Facilitate participants to develop effective Logistics Management Strategies in their respective organizations        <BR> * A/L qualification with more than 3 Years Working Experience Or <BR> * Those who have followed Certification in Logistics and Distribution Management     <BR>Core Modules <BR>* Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) <BR>* Supply Chain Management <BR>* Warehouse Management <BR>* Transportation & Networking <BR>* Quality Systems & Quality of Service <BR>* Preventive Maintenance Management <BR>* Order Processing & Information Systems <BR>* Logistics Audit & Control <BR>* E-Business for Business Process Improvement <BR>Supplementary Modules <BR>* Marketing Logistics <BR>* Advanced Financial Management <BR>* Human Resource Management in Logistics <BR>* Independent Project on Business Process Improvement   1 Year ( Sundays )      0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures / Discussions / Case Studies / Factory Visits and Real Life Project    LKR. 90,000/- + Reg 2000/-      Colombo         Mr. D.M.A. Kulasooriya
  235. 142     CTC0054         At the end of the programme the participants will be able to: <BR>* Understand the basic functions of laboratory <BR>* Get Knowledge on the standards relevant to laboratory management <BR>* Improve the level of productivity & quality of laboratory functions       <BR>Quality Control Officers, Technical Assistants, Lab. Assistants & Technicians, Demonstrators        <BR>* Productivity & Quality Management Concepts <BR>* ISO Standards for Laboratory Management <BR>* Quality Infrastructure <BR>* Functional Elements Relevant to personnel, Equipment & safety <BR>* Management of the Laboratory <BR>* Laboratory process <BR>* Calibration <BR>* Reporting results <BR>* Supplies Management & costing <BR>* Measurement system analysis <BR>* Statistical Evaluation & Computer Applications <BR>* Field Visits to Accredited Laboratories  6 Month         1530 h - 1830 h         Sinhala-00-English      Presentations, Visits to Accredited Laboratories, Group Work, Discussions, Assignments, Project Work    LKR. 30,000/- + Reg.500/-       Colombo         Ms. Pavithra Wickramasuriya & Ms. Wijendra Gunathilake
  236. 172     CTC0055         At the end of this programme the participants should be able to; <BR>* Develop an effective attraction strategy <BR>* Acquire modern interviewing skills <BR>* Learn state of the art selection techniques      <BR>HR Managers and others involved in Recruitment and Selection        <BR>* Innovation in Recruitment <BR>* Development of a Recruitment Policy <BR>* Employer Branding <BR>* Talent Scouts <BR>* Competency Based Recruitment <BR>* Recruiting Diversity <BR>* E - Recruitment <BR>* Effective Interviewing Techniques <BR>* Conducting Effective selection Techniques       2 Days ( 17 & 18 August )       0900 h � 1600 h       00-00-English   Lectures / Case Analysis / Group Work / Group Presentations     LKR. 5,000/-    Colombo-00-00   Duminda Weeraratne
  237. 175     CTC0058         By the end of the course participants will: <Br>* Be able to speak Tamil in day-to-day communication and at work <Br>* Read and understand texts and basic written communication <Br>* Have a sound knowledge in basic grammar <Br>* Develop vocabulary required for day-to-day communication   Public and private sector professionals and employees   <Br>* Speaking skills <Br>* Introduction to the alphabet and the orthography <Br>* Vocabulary development for spoken & written communication <Br>* Basic grammar for spoken and written communication   04 Months       13.00h-17.00h   00-Tamil-English        Lectures / Presentations / Group work / Discussions     LKR 8000/- + Reg 500/-  Colombo         Mr. Samira Wijayasiri
  238. 176     CTC0059         At the end of the programme, <BR>* Participants should be able to display the clerical skills in their office environment more effectively and efficiently.     <BR>Those who are in the field of clerical and allied grades and those interested       <BR>* General Management Concept <BR>* Principles of Management <BR>* Personality Development <BR>* Motivation <BR>* Teamwork <BR>* Communication <BR>* Office Accounts <BR>* Records Management <BR>* Collecting Data and Preparation of Data for Reports <BR>* Productivity in the office environment <BR>* Time Management <BR>* Industrial Safety and Health <BR>* Developing your Career <BR>* Use of Computer in Office Environment       18 Weeks (32 Lecture Sessions of 3 hrs)         0900 hrs - 1600 hrs     00-00-English           LKR 22,750/-    Colombo-00-00   Mrs. Wyomi Perera
  239. 195     DIP0026         At the end of this programme, the participants should be able to : <BR>* Understand the concept of Knowledge Management <BR>* Understand the importance of knowledge management <BR>* Gain awareness about techniques used to manage Knowledge in the organization      <BR>Managers and Executives     <BR>* Knowledge economy <BR>* Concept of knowledge Management <BR>* Approaches to Knowledge Management <BR>* The learning organization <BR>* Knowledge Management systems & tools <BR>* Knowledge Management & Empowerment <BR>* Power, Knowledge & the organization    01 Day ( August 10 )    0900 h � 1600 h       00-00-English   Lectures / Case Analysis / Group Work / Group Presentations     LKR. 3,000 /-   Colombo-00-00   Duminda Weeraratne
  240. 206     CTC0061         On successful completion of the Programme the participants would be able to :<br /> * Equip themselves with the knowledge and skills required for software development<br /> * Gain a recognized qualification in software development that would make them more employable in the field of information Technology              * Computer Fundamentals<br /> * Operating Systems<br /> * Computer Architecture and Networking<br /> * Data Structures and Algorithms with C Programming<br /> * Database Design and Development<br /> * Visual Basic Programming<br /> * Java Application Development<br /> * Web Application Development<br /> * Systems Analysis & Design<br /> * Business English <br />    04 Months (Full Time)   0800h – 1530h         00-00-English   Hands on practical / Lectures           Colombo-00-00  
  241. 207     CTC0062         After successful completion of the program, participants should be able to gain knowledge and skills needed for design and development of computer systems              * Introduction to Computers<br /> * Use of computers<br /> * Main parts of a computer<br /> * Use of operating systems (Dos/Windows/Linux)<br /> <br /> * Introduction to Programming Languages<br /> * Pseudo Code<br /> * Programming in C language<br /> * Programming in visual basic<br /> <br /> * Database Management Systems<br /> * File design, file organizations<br /> * Access methods, introduction to DBMS, Access Database<br /> * Data models, data normalization<br /> * ER diagrams, query languages (SQL)<br /> <br /> * Network, Internet, E-mail<br /> <br /> *Web Programming<br /> * Introduction of markup languages (SGML,HTML,XML)<br /> * HTML language elements, structure, web graphics, dynamic styles, dynamic contents examples<br /> * Front page, Flash<br /> * Assignment<br /> <br />* Business System Design<br /> * System concepts, investigation & analysis<br /> * Design techniques, common applications<br /> * System life cycles, security<br /> * Documentations <br /> <br /> * System design project<br />     15 Sundays      Lectures and Practicals: Sunday 0830 h – 1630 h       00-00-English   Lectures/Demonstration & Practicals             Colombo-00-00  
  242. 208     CTC0063         * Provide knowledge and practices applicable to the Entrepreneurship Development in the region<br /> * Motivate to creation of new enterprise & develop the existing enterprise <br /> * Business ideas generation & preparation of bankable business plan              The Institute of Business Management (NIBM) has identified Entrepreneurship as one of the principle mechanism for solving the problem of unemployment and underemployment. Realizing the need for motivating people to take up an entrepreneurial career, it is strongly felt that entrepreneurial value is inculcated in them along with regular academic inputs. To meet this objective, the NIBM has taken initiative in introducing Entrepreneurship Development Programmes.<br /> <br /> * Introduction to Entrepreneurship<br /> * Understanding of Entrepreneurial characteristics<br /> * Enhancing of entrepreneurial competencies & Motivation for entrepreneurship<br /> * Nature of the Sri Lanka SME sector & supporting organizations<br /> * Project Identification<br /> * Micro & Macro screening and SWOT analysis<br /> * Preparation and Evaluation of Business Plan (Marketing plan , Technical Plan, Organizational Plan , Management Plan and Financial Plan )<br /> * Evaluation of the Business plan <br /> * Small Business Management<br /> * Principles of Management<br /> * Marketing Management<br /> * HR Management<br /> * Accounting Principle<br /> * Taxation<br /> * Legal Environment of Business<br />  04 months       0900h – 1600h (Fridays)       Sinhala-00-English      Lectures/Discussion / Group Work / Presentation         LKR 24,000/- + Reg 250/-        Colombo-00-00   Mrs. Ganaga Karunathlake
  243. 209     CTC0064         * To enhance the knowledge of participants with the Taxation and connected issues<br /> * To enhance the knowledge of latest development of the inland revenue act<br /> * Skillful solving of income tax problems      Middle Managers,Accountants and Assistant Accountants(Both Public and Private Sector)Businessmen,Self Employed  * Income Tax<br /> * Rational of Income Tax<br /> * Tax Compliance<br /> * Principles of Taxation<br /> * Imposition of Income Tax<br /> * Sources of Income<br /> * Trade, Business, Profession or Vocation<br /> * Profits from Employment<br /> * Net Annual value of land and improvements<br /> * Dividends, Interest of Discounts<br /> * Charges or Annuities<br /> * Rents, Royalties and Premiums<br /> * Income from any other source<br /> * Exemptions from Income Tax <br /> * Ascertainment of Total statutory income<br /> * Aggregation of statutory income of a child<br /> * Ascertainment of Assessable Income<br /> * Deduction of Annuity, Ground rent, Royalty and Interest <br /> * Deduction of Losses<br /> * Ascertainment of Taxable Income<br /> * Personal Allowance<br /> * Allowance for Qualifying payments<br /> * Tax applicably<br /> * Individuals<br /> * Partnerships<br /> * Companies<br /> * Any other Institute <br /> * Withholding Tax<br /> * Value Added Tax<br /> * Economic Service Charges<br />       Six months (72 hours)   1700 h -2000 h (Wednesdays)     00-00-English   Lecture/ Interactive Discussion/ Power Point Presentations      LKR 30,000/- + Reg 500/-        Colombo-00-00   Mrs. S. Ameelan
  244. 211     CTC0066         On successful completion of the programme the participants will be able to :<br /> <br /> * Understand the key concepts and apply the modern management techniques in project Management<br /> * Plan, implement and monitor construction projects effectively<br /> * Develop the skills of using computer for Project Management      Project Coordinators,Project Managers,Project Engineers, Project Supervisors    Module I : General Management Skills<br /> * Project Management Philosophy and concepts<br /> * Leadership in Project Management<br /> * Communication skills for Project Management<br /> * Working with teams in Project Management<br /> * Human Resource Management in Projects<br /> * Inter-group problem solving<br /> <br /> Module II : Panning Fundamentals<br /> * The Project Master Plan<br /> * Work definition and developing work breakdown structures (WBS)<br /> * Project Organization Structure and Responsibilities<br /> * Resource Allocation and Resource Leveling<br /> * Computer Application on Project Planning (MS Project)<br /> <br /> Module III : Cost Estimation Budgeting<br /> * Cost Accounting and Budgeting Principles<br /> * Budgeting using cost Accounts<br /> * Project cost accounting and management information systems<br /> * Environmental Management<br /> * Procurement Management in Project<br /> * Computer Application on Ms-Excel for Budgeting and Accounting<br /> <br /> Module IV : Project Controlling<br /> * Risk Identification, Assessment and Risk Management in Projects<br /> * Project Control process<br /> * Project Communication Management<br /> * Earned value concept and cost account control<br /> * Performance index monitoring and Evaluation<br /> * Contract Administration and legal procedures<br /> * Quality Assurance Management and Documentation<br />       04 Months       1700h -2000h (Thursdays & Fridays)      00-00-English   Lectures / Case analysis / Assignments / Computer applications  LKR 30,000/- + Reg 250/-        Colombo-00-00  
  245. 212     FND0002         At the end of the programme the participant should be able to :<br /> <br /> * Understand the basic concepts and practice and practices of HRM applied in modern organizations today<br /> * Identity, develop and apply a range of interpersonal organizational and Human Resource functional skills that are applicable for a career in Human Resource Management<br /> * Obtain and excellent grounding required to specialize in a career in Human Resource Management<br /> * Acquire skills and knowledge required for effective planning of their career in order to achieve your life goals<br />       School Leavers, Students awaiting University, Job Seekers       * Introduction to Business<br /> * Principles of Management<br /> * Organizational Environment <br /> * HRM Process<br /> * Leadership<br /> * Group Dynamics<br /> * HRM Planning<br /> * Job Analysis<br /> * Recruitment and Selection<br /> * Training and Development<br /> * Motivation<br /> * Performance Management<br /> * Compensation Management<br /> * Employee Safety and Health<br /> * Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures<br /> * Termination of Employment <br /> * IT for HRM <br /><br /> Next Steps :<br /> * Advanced Certificate in Human Resource Management<br /> * Advanced National Diploma in Human Resource Management  10 Weeks(Tuesdays)      0900 h - 1300 h         00-00-English   Lectures/ Case Analysis/ Group Work/ Group Participation        LKR. 20,000/- + 500/-(Reg)      Colombo         Ms. Chulani Senarathna
  246. 213     FND0003         At the end of the programme the participant should be able to :<br /> <br /> * Understand the basic concepts and practice and practices of HRM applied in modern organizations today<br /> * Identity, develop and apply a range of interpersonal organizational and Human Resource functional skills that are applicable for a career in Human Resource Management<br /> * Obtain and excellent grounding required to specialize in a career in Human Resource Management<br /> * Acquire skills and knowledge required for effective planning of their career in order to achieve your life goals<br />       <BR>Persons related to HRM functions    * Introduction to Business<br /> * Principles of Management<br /> * Job analysis<br /> * Manpower Planning<br /> * Recruitment and Selection<br /> * Performance Management<br /> * Compensation Management<br /> * Training & Development<br /> * Grievances Management<br /> * Disciplinary Procedure<br /> * Safety and Health<br /> * Labour Laws<br /> * Career Guidance <br /><br /> Next Steps :<br /> * Advanced Certificate in Human Resource Management<br /> * Advanced National Diploma in Human Resource Management        10 Weeks (Mondays - Colombo,)   0900 h - 1300 h         Sinhala-00-English      Lectures/ Case Analysis/ Group Work/ Group Participation        LKR. 20,000/- + 500/-(Reg)      Colombo-Kandy-Kurunegala        Mrs. Ganaga Karunathlake
  247. 214     CTC0067         Next Step :<br /> * Diploma in English Language for professions                 * Communication Skills<br /> * Writing skills for office correspondence<br /> * Reading skills for office administration <br /> * Public speaking , social interactions<br /> * Report writing skills<br /> * Seminar presentation skills<br /> * English grammar for communication <br /> * Literature in language <br /> * Language skills for ,exams /efficiency bar <br />  4 Months ( 96 hrs)      0900h - 1600h (A - Sunday, B - Saturday)        00-00-English   Lectures / Discussions / Presentation / Group work      LKR 14,000/- + Reg 250/-        Colombo-Kandy   Mr. Jagath Polgaspitiya
  248. 216     CTC0069         By the end of the course participants will be confident in using English in day to day communication    Those who wish to improve their English Language skills or seeking employment   <ol> <li>Speaking skills for day to day communication</li> <li>Grammar for speaking & writing skills</li> <li>Reading for vocabulary building & comprehension</li> <li>Writing skills for career purposes</li> <li>Listening & Pronunciation </li> </ol>        04 Months(Full Time) 06 Months (Part Time)      Full Time(0900-1600) Part Time (1300-1700)      00-00-English   Lectures/Discussions/Student Presentation/Course work   LKR 25,000/- + Reg 1000/-       Colombo         Mr. Samira Wijayasiri
  249. 217     CTC0070         At the end of the programme, participants will be able to : <br /><br /> * Speak Tamil comfortably in any situation<br /> * Gain confidence to read and understand written Tamil<br /> * Enhance writing skills<br />           * Self introduction, verbal commands and reading<br /> * Identification of Tamil alphabet by simple words<br /> * The names of days, months & time – oral and reading<br /> * Request & Commands (Verbal)<br /> * Identification of the alphabet in reading material with Correct pronunciations<br /> * Posing simple questions and elicit answers, reading commands and requests<br /> * Pronunciation of simple words, writing simple words and reading loudly<br /> * Reading Newspaper excerpts, listening to news broadcasts verbal repetition of news. Writing and understanding words by participants <br /> * Listening comprehension and reading comprehension, telephone conversations<br /> * Map reading<br /> * Tenses, Present and past<br /> * Tenses, Present and Future<br /> * Daily events in simple words and forecasting plans<br /> * Filling specific forms and reading documents<br /> * Comprehension exercises in reading, listening and writing   3 Months (12 Sessions)  1630 - 1930 Thu / 0900 - 1130 Sa        00-Tamil-00     Lectures, Discussion, Exercises         LKR 9,000/- + Reg 250/-         Colombo-00-00   Mrs. S. Ameelan
  250. 221     WKS0001         At the end of the Programme, participants should be able to : <br> <ul> <li>Understand the Supervisor\\'s responsibilities to promote greater efficiency and effectiveness through involvement with the management team and to provide an appreciation of the supervisory role. </li> </ul>     Staff engaged in supervisory and allied duties  <ol> <li>Role of the Supervisor</li> <li>Principles of Management</li> <li>Communication & Public Relation</li> <li>Leadership and Motivation</li> <li>Problem Solving and Decision Making</li> <li>Industrial Relations</li> <li>Work Scheduling and Work Study</li> <li>Material Management & Industrial Safety</li> <li>Productivity in the Organization</li> <li>Costing and Cost Control</li> <li>Personality Development</li> <li>Time Management</li> </ol>      04 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         Sinhala-Tamil-English   Lectures/ Case Study/ Role Plays/ Group Exercises/ Video Presentations etc      LKR 12,000/- per participant    Colombo         Ms. Ganga Karunathilaka
  251. 222     WKS0002         At the end of the Programme, participants should be able to understand the Supervisor responsibilities to promote greater efficiency and effectiveness through involvement with the management team and to provide an appreciation of the supervisory role.     Staff engaged in supervisory and allied duties  * Role of the Supervisor<br /> * Principles of Management<br /> * Communication & Public Relation<br /> * Leadership and Motivation<br /> * Problem Solving and Decision Making<br /> * Industrial Relations<br /> * Work Scheduling and Work Study<br /> * Material Management & Industrial Safety<br /> * Productivity in the Organization<br /> * Costing and Cost Control<br /> * Personality Development<br /> * Time Management   04 Days(Feb 3,4,10,11)  0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures/ Case Study/ Role Plays/ Group Exercises/ Video Presentations, etc     LKR 15,000/- per participant    Colombo         Ms.C.P.H. Jayaweera
  252. 223     WKS0003         At the end of the programme participants should be able to : <br /> <ol> <li>Appreciate the need for a sound knowledge of basic managerial functions</li> <li>Improve the skills required to perform the basic managerial functions</li> <li>Prepare them to face the challenges of their functions by understanding the practical problems involved</li> </ol>         Newly recruited/ promoted Junior Executive / Supervisors        <ol> <li>Role & the Responsibility of junior Executives</li> <li>Effective Communication</li> <li>Problem solving & Decision Making</li> <li>Leadership Skills </li> <li>Discipline & Disciplinary Procedures</li> <li>5S as a productivity Improvement Tool</li> <li>Office Management </li> <li>Management of change</li> <li>Time Management </li> <li>Personality Management</li> </ol>     05 Days         1,8 July 2011, (0900 h - 1600 h)        Sinhala-Tamil-English   Lectures/ Case study/ Games/ Group Presentations        LKR 15,000/- per participant    Colombo         Ms.Ganga Karunathilaka
  253. 225     WKS0005         Conference on Lean Production Systems is a one-day event devoted to exploring how to lead the improvement within their organization by focusing on the entire value stream instead of individual processes.     Leaders,Operational Managers,Engineers, Marketing & functions that routinely work on project teams      <ul> <li> Paper 01- Lean Consumption (0900h-1100h) <ol> <li>Introduction to Lean</li> <li>Lean Consumption</li> <li>Analysis of Value</li> <li>Lean Behavior of People</li> <li>Leadership and culture change</li> <li>Creating a Lean Culture</li> </ol> </li> <li>Paper 02 - Lean Knowledge (1100h- 1500h) <ol> <li>Five Principles of Lean</li> <li>Identify Value</li> <li>Value Stream Mapping</li> <li>Continuous Flow</li> <li>Pull from the customer</li> <li>Continuous Improvement</li> </ol> </li> <li> Paper 03 - Lean Transformation - A Case Study from Garment Manufacturing - ZM Vertiko PLC (1530h - 1730h) <ol> <li>Why I wanted to make my organization lean</li> <li>Lean Training - Multi Skilled Work Force</li> <li>Selection, Application of Lean </li><li>Principles and Tools</li> <li>Resistance to change and overcoming Obstacles</li> <li>Lean Measurement System</li> <li>Future Expectations</li> </ol> </li> </ul>     1 day   0830 h to 1730 h        00-00-English   Papers published as conference preceedings      LKR 10,000/- per participant    Colombo-00-00  
  254. 226     WKS0006         * Expose participants to modern training techniques and methods, for evaluation of the training function<br /> * Enhance productivity of individuals, functions and organizations through an improved training function         Training professionals and other managers involved in thetraining function and executives who are re    * The Training cycle<br /> * Factors to consider in selecting training techniques<br /> * Didactic and participative training techniques<br /> * On-the-Job Training (OJT)<br /> * Presentation Skills<br /> * Discussion Method<br /> * Role plays<br /> * Case Method<br /> * Syndicate Exercise<br /> * Other useful Training Techniques<br /> * Training Evaluation         04 days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures/ Role play/ Case studies/ Group discussions/Individual exercises/ Group exercises/ Presenta    LKR 12,000/- per participant    Colombo         Mr. Kolitha Ranawaka
  255. 227     WKS0007         At the end of this workshop the participants should be able to,<br /> * Gain the knowledge on principles and concepts of custom procedure relating to Export & Import<br /> * Practice the principles and concepts of Export & Import Procedure         * Small & Medium level Entrepreneurs engaged in Export & import<br />   <ol> <li>Introduction to import & export procedures</li> <li>Trade Documents</li> <li>Methods of Payment</li> <li>Incoterms (Terms of Delivery)</li> <li>Import Export & Bonding Procedures</li> <li>Automated Data Processing</li> <li>BOI Procedures</li> </ol>       02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         Sinhala-00-English      Presentations/ Group work       LKR 7,150/- per participant     Colombo         Mr. Pathmasiri Fernando
  256. 230     WKS0010         At the end of the programmme, participants should be able to :<br /> <ul><li>Familiarize with Stores and Supplies Procedures</li></ul>  Officers involve in the management of Supplies and functional activities of stores      <ol> <li>Introduction to activities of Supplies and Stores functions</li> <li>Purchasing Procedures</li> <li>Tender Procedures</li> <li>Classification and Coding</li> <li>Stores Accounts</li> <li>Inventory Control Systems</li> <li>Annual Stock Taking and stock Verification</li> <li>Stock levels</li> <li>Import and Export Cargo Procedures</li> <li>Insurance Claims on Stocks</li> <li>Letter of Credits</li> <li>Clearance Procedures</li> </ol>     05 Days (consecutive fridays)   19,26 August 2011, (0900 h - 1600 h)    00-00-English   Lectures, Case Studies, Group Exercises,Group presentations, etc.       LKR 15,000/- per participant    Colombo         Mr.Kolitha Ranawaka
  257. 233     WKS0012         At the end of this workshop the participants should be able to<br /> <ul> <li>Gain Knowledge on service selling</li> <li>Identify and formulate strategies to sell insurance</li> <li>Gain knowledge on insurance as a service</li> <li>Build up an effective customer relationship</li> </ul>  Agents, Brokers, Organizers and Personnel who engaged in selling Insurance      <ol> <li>Service Selling strategies</li> <li>Life and General Insurance as a service</li> <li>Customer satisfaction in service sector</li> <li>Relationship Management</li> </ol>       02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lecture/ Interactive Discussion/ Group Activities       LKR 7,150/- + Reg 250/-         Colombo        
  258. 234     WKS0013         To familiarize the participants with the role of production supervisors and to give an appreciation of production management concepts   Supervisors and personnel in middle level grades engaged in production  <ol> <li>Principles of Supervision</li> <li>Understanding & handling the work force</li> <li>Supervisor as a leader</li> <li>Motivating the work force</li> <li>Techniques for improving production</li> <li>Problem analysis & problem solving</li> <li>Role of the supervisor in productivity improvement</li> <li>Planning and control of production</li> <li>Work simplification</li> <li>Lean Production System</li> <li>Concepts of quality management</li> <li>Production cost control</li> </ol>        04 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         Sinhala         Lectures / Case study / Video Presentations / Group Excercises  LKR 12,000/-    Colombo         Mr. H.H.L Amarasinghe
  259. 235     WKS0014         After completion of the programmme, participants will be able to;<br /> * Understand the key concepts in customer focused sales management<br /> * Develop the key skills needed for Customer focused selling<br /> * Develop a knowledge base in marketing that would help him/her throughout the career to become an outstanding & effective sales/marketing/customer representative.         For sales representatives, marketing representatives and customer representatives       * Role of a sales/marketing/customer representative<br /> * Customer focused selling<br /> * Effective selling skills<br /> * Winning new customers and getting new business<br /> * The sales process<br /> * The ’twelve big keys to sales success’<br /> * The ’twelve big sales mistakes’ and how to avoid them     02 days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures/Presentations/ Discussions/Group Excercises    LKR 6,500/- + Reg 250/-         Colombo        
  260. 236     WKS0015         After completion of the programmme, participants will be able to:<br /> * Understand the key concepts in customer focused sales management<br /> * Develop the key skills needed for Customer focused selling<br /> * Develop a knowledge base in marketing that would help him/her throughout the career to become an outstanding & effective sales/marketing/customer representative.         For sales representatives, marketing representatives and customerrepresentatives of business organiz    * Role of a sales/marketing/customer representative<br /> * Customer focused selling<br /> * Effective selling skills<br /> * Winning new customers and getting new business<br /> * The sales process<br /> * The ’twelve big keys to sales success’<br /> * The ’twelve big sales mistakes’ and how to avoid them     02 days         0900 h - 1700 h         00-00-English   Lectures/Presentations/ Discussions/Group Work  LKR 6,500/- + Reg 250/-         Colombo-00-00  
  261. 238     WKS0017         At the end of the course, participants will be able to,<br /> * Understand the importance of managing the sales force in the marketing process<br /> * Acquire knowledge in managing the sales force<br /> * Use win-win strategies to get the maximum output from your sales force     Managers and executives of business organizations incharge of the sales/marketing functions, trainin    * Introduction to the selling process<br /> * Designing the sales force strategy, structure, size and compensation<br /> * Recruiting, selecting and training sales representatives<br /> * Motivating the sales force<br /> * Win-win reward systems   02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures /Discussions/Presentations     LKR 6500/=      Colombo         Mr.Kolitha Ranawaka
  262. 239     WKS0018         At the end of this programme, participants will be able to,<br /> * Understand the Marketing Concept and definitions of marketing<br /> * Identify external and internal customers<br /> * Understand the marketing mix<br /> * Understand how to manage customer relationships<br /> * Understand the marketing planning process and how to involve in it<br /> * Be able to actively support the total marketing effort of the Organization   All levels of Managers and Executives in Non- Marketing Disciplinessuch as Personnel and Human Resou    * The Marketing Concept and Key definitions<br /> * Identifying the Internal and External Customers<br /> * The Marketing Mix- Product, Price, Promotion and Place<br /> * Customer Service Management<br /> * Marketing Department and its Functions<br /> * Marketing Planning<br /> * Collaborating with Market Research Organizations and Advertising Agencies      03 Days         0900 h - 1600h  00-00-English   Lectures / Case Studies/Group Exercises/ Video Presentations    LKR 9000/- + Reg 250/-  Colombo         Ms.Kailashini Thiranagama
  263. 240     WKS0019         After successful completion of the programme, participants should be able to: <ol> <li>Deal with various facts of office management and organization</li> <li>Organize office activities in a productive manner</li> </ol>      Managers / Executives & other interested parties        <ol> <li>The office and its functions</li> <li>Office Management / Organization</li> <li>Delegation of authority Security Systems</li> <li>Record Management/Filing Systems Communication</li> <li>Impact of Computerization in Office work</li> <li>Reconciliation of individual objectives with departmental objectives</li> <li>Managing conflicts in an office</li> </ol>   02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures / Discussions / Group Presentations    LKR 6500/-      Colombo         Mrs.S.Ameelan
  264. 245     WKS0024         At the end of the program participants will be able to : <br /> <ol> <li>Gain knowledge on how to write a research/survey</li> proposal <li>Be familiar with various data collection methods</li> <li>Use statistical tools and software packages for data</li> <li>Improve presentation skills</li> </ol>      <ol> <li>Research officers, Research Assistants and Project Officers in Business Organizations, NGOs and Academic Institutes</li> <li>Diploma/Undergraduate/Post-Graduate students</li> <li>Any other person with an interest in gaining knowledge in research and survey methodology</li> </ol>        <ol> <li>Basic concepts in research and survey methodology</li> <li>How to write a research proposal Methodology</li> <li>Literature review and research design</li> <li>Data collection methods</li> <li>Application of software packages for data analysis</li> <li>Writing dissertation/report Course</li> <li>Presentation of research/report</li> </ol>    04 days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Discussions / Lectures / Group Work     LKR 12,000/- per participant    Colombo        
  265. 249     WKS0028         At the end of the programme participants will be able to:<br /> * Understand the importance of Caring for Customers.<br /> * Develop a Customer Care Culture in the organization.<br /> * Develop a programme towards achieving Excellence in Customer Service.         Mangers and Executives in the Health care sectorincluding Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Medical TestingL    * Introduction to Health Care as a Service.<br /> * Customer Behavior in Health services<br /> * Understanding Customer Expectations and perceptions<br /> * Building Customer Relationships<br /> * Service Development and Design<br /> * Customer-Defined Service Standards<br /> * Delivering and Performing Services<br /> * Managing Demand and Capacity  03 Days         0900 h - 1630 h         00-00-English   Presentations/ Discussions/ Group Work  LKR 9,000/- + Reg 250/-         Colombo-00-00  
  266. 250     WKS0029         At the end of the programme participants should be able to;<br /> * Understand the importance of Caring for Customers.<br /> * Develop a Customer Care Culture in the organization.<br /> * Develop a programme towards achieving Excellence in Customer Service.       Employees private, public sector and non-profitorganizations.   * The Concept of Customer Service<br /> * Principles Guiding Customer Care<br /> * Improving Standard of Customer Care<br /> * Customer Care within the organisation process<br /> * Setting Up a Customer Care Programme<br /> * Conditions for effective Customer Care programmes.    02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         Sinhala-Tamil-English   Presentations/ Discussions/ Group Activity      LKR 6,500/- + Reg 250/-         Colombo        
  267. 251     WKS0030         At the end of the programme participants should be able to:<br /> * Develop the road map to enhance your customer relationship management skills<br/> * Understand the importance of the lifetime value of a customer <br/> * Develop your style and professional image in your business environment<br/> * Create a good impression among your co-workers to receive the internal support and service you require satisfying the needs and expectations of external customers<br/> * Recognize yourself for the talented individual that you are, for career enhancement opportunities<br/> * Influence the customer behavior and getting them to make buying decisions<br/> * Create of value to customers as well as to the organization<br/> * Maximize the building of an ongoing profitable business<br/>         All staff who deals with customers � either face-to face or over the telephone � and those who want to fine tune and develop their customer care skills to create opportunities for increased business growth and profitability     * Overview of customer service<br/> * The Plus Factor face to face<br/> * Image management<br/> * Image over the telephone<br/> * Handling complaints effectively<br/> * Liaising with colleagues in your organization to get what you need and want<br/> * Developing your communication skills<br/> * Building for the future<br/>    02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Presentations/ Discussions/ Group Activity      LKR 6500/- per participant      Colombo         Mr.Asoka Silva
  268. 252     WKS0031         At the end of the programme, participants should be able to;<br /> * Develop simple techniques for analyzing accounting statements<br /> * Equip with the ability and knowledge to identify clues or information useful for problem solving and decision making         Corporate Managers, Business Executives, Loan Officers oflending institutions and other senior and m    <ul> <li>Analysis of Financial Statements</li> <li>Profit & Loss Accounts</li> <li>Balance Sheet</li> <li>Techniques of Ratio Analysis</li> <li>Cash Flow Statement</li> </ul>  01 Day  0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures/ Case Study/ Group Presentations       LKR 3,000/-     Colombo         Mrs.S.Ameelan
  269. 253     WKS0032         To enhance the knowledge of participants with The development of latest Sri Lankan Accounting Standards and presentation of Accounts accordingly.       Middle Managers, Accountants and Assistant Accountants(Both public & private sector)    * Latest Development in Accounting Standards<br /> * Treasury Guidelines<br /> * Interpretation of Accounts<br />       03 Days (Wednesdays)    0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures, Interactive Discussion, PowerPoint presentations, etc.,       LKR 9,000/- + Reg 250/-         Colombo        
  270. 254     WKS0033         At the end of the programmme, participants should be able<br /> * Handle day to day accounts in an organization<br /> * Minimize audit queries  Accounts & Audit Assistants and Junior Executives in Private and Public Sector Organizations    * Principles of Accounting<br /> * Preparation of Profit / Loss A/C<br /> * Principles of Auditing <br /> * Internal Control and its influence on Audit<br /> * Depreciation Accounts<br /> * Ratio Analysis<br /> * Cash Flow Statements<br /> * Reading & Understanding Financial Statements<br /> * Financial Statements     04 Consecutive Wednesdays       0900 h - 1600 h         Sinhala-00-00   Lectures / Case Studies / Group Exercises etc   LKR 12,000/-    Colombo-00-00  
  271. 255     WKS0034         At the end of the programmme, participants should be able<br /> * Handle day to day accounts in an organization efficiently & effectively.<br /> * Minimize audit queries       Accounts & Audit Assistants and Junior Executives in theprivate and public sector organizations         * Principles of Accounting<br /> * Bank Reconciliation Statement<br /> * Preparation of Financial Statements<br /> * Principles of Auditing & Stages of an Audit<br /> * Cash flow statements<br /> * Internal Control and its influence on Audit<br /> * Preparation & Maintenance of Audit Programme<br /> * Control Accounts<br /> * Understanding Costs<br /> * Ratio Analysis      04 Days         28 July 2011, (0900 h - 1600 h)         00-00-English   Lectures, Case Studies, Group Exercise etc.,    LKR 12,000/-    Colombo         Mr.T.B Dewanarayana
  272. 256     WKS0035         After successful completion of the programme, participants<br /> * Build up skills to solve Income Tax problems<br /> * Build up positive attitudes about Taxation      Businessmen     * Income Tax for individuals<br /> * Income Tax for Business<br /> * Common Income Tax problems and solutions   01 Day  0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures/ Presentations         LKR 3000/- + Reg 250/-  Colombo-00-00  
  273. 257     WKS0036         At the end of the programme, participants should be able to :<br /> * Familiarize with accounting methods and techniques that would enable them to understand, communicate and co-ordinate more effectively in their day to day work situation.         Functional Managers and other Executives for whom anaccounting knowledge would be useful.       * An Overview of the Management Process<br /> * Basic Financial and Cost Accounting Techniques for Decision Making<br /> * Understanding Liquidity Management and its Control<br /> * Budgets & Budgetary Controls<br /> * Understanding Financial Statements<br /> * Case Analysis     02 Days         0900 h - 1300 h         00-00-English   Lectures/ Case Study & Group Presentations      LKR 6,500/- + Reg 250/-         Colombo-00-00  
  274. 258     WKS0037         <ol> <li>To make participants aware of the role of Maintenance Supervisors in an organization</li> <li>To improve the knowledge of techniques which participants may employ at their work places</li> </ol>     Supervisory and Middle level Personnel Engaged in Maintenance   <ol> <li>Productivity and maintenance</li> <li>Maintenance objective and functions</li> <li>Planning and scheduling</li> <li>Motivating Maintenance workers</li> <li>Spare parts control</li> <li>Industrial safety</li> <li>Maintenance Systems</li> <li>Failure Analysis</li> </ol    04 days         0900 h - 1600 h         Sinhala-Tamil-English   Lectures/ Discussions/Group Activities/Video Presentations      LKR 12,000/- per participant    Colombo         Mr. Amarasinghe H H L
  275. 259     WKS0038         At the end of the programme, participants should be able to: <br /> <ul><li> Gain knowledge and understanding of concepts and procedures necessary for maintaining discipline in an organization</li></ul>      Executives in human resources, administration in government bodies and private sector organizations     <ol> <li>Rules and regulations relating to discipline</li> <li>Delegation of disciplinary authority</li> <li>Conducting of preliminary investigations</li> <li>Preparation of charge sheet</li> <li>Disciplinary order</li> <li>Appeal procedure</li> <li>Management approaches to maintenance discipline in an office</li> </ol>       03 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         Sinhala-00-English      Lectures/ Case Analysis/ Group Work/ Group Presentations        LKR 9,000/- per participant     Colombo         Mr. P. Fenando
  276. 260     WKS0039         At the end of the programme, participants should be able to;<br /> * Gain knowledge and understanding of concepts and procedures necessary for maintaining discipline in an organization        Executives involved in human resources and administrationin government statutory bodies and private     <ol> <li>Rules and regulations relating to discipline</li> <li>Administration of Discipline</li> <li>Conducting of preliminary investigations</li> <li>Preparation of charge sheet</li> <li>Disciplinary order</li> <li>Appeal procedure</li> <li>Management approaches to maintenance discipline in an office</li> </ol>       03 Days (Wednesdays)    0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures/ Case Analysis/ Group Work/ Group Presentations        LKR 9,000/- + Reg 250/-         Colombo-00-00   Mr.J.L.P Fernando
  277. 261     WKS0040         At the end of this programme the participants should be able to : <br> <ol> <li>Gain knowledge on how to handle handling of industrial disputes effectively</li> <li>Gain the practical knowledge on how to strengthen the Employer-Employee relationship</li> <li>Know how to avoid unnecessary disputes in workplace</li> </ol>       Managers and Executives who handle labour issues        <ol> <li> Employer-Employee Relationship</li> <li>Collective Bargaining and Collective Agreements</li> <li>Labour Tribunal Procedure</li> <li>Role of the Commissioner of Labour</li> <li>Other labour issues</li> </ol>        02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         Sinhala-00-00   Lectures / Discussions / Case Studies   LKR 6,000/- per participant     Colombo-00-00  
  278. 262     WKS0041         At the end of this programme the participants should be able to understand the issues and procedures related to Industrial Disputes Act.        Managers and Executives who handle labour issues        * Employer-Employee Relationship<br /> * Collective Bargaining and Collective Agreements<br /> * Labour Tribunal Procedure<br /> * Role of the Commissioner of Labour<br /> * Other labour issues       02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lecture/ Interactive Discussion/ Power Point Presentations      LKR 6,000/-     Colombo-00-00  
  279. 263     WKS0042         To award an internationally recognized certificate incomputer literacy from a reputed government institution.   To those who want to enhance their knowledge and competency in computing.       * Concepts of Information Technology (IT)<br /> * Using the Computer and Managing Files<br /> * Word Processing<br /> * Spreadsheets<br /> * Database<br /> * Presentation<br /> * Information and Communication        14 Week days    0800h - 1530h   00-00-English   Lectures/Hands on practicals            Colombo-00-00  
  280. 265     WKS0044         At the end of the program, participants will be able to : <br /> * Develop the competency of using MS-Access for database management function   Those who are interested in developing and managing computer based Databases.   * Fundamentals of relational database management<br /> * Creating and managing data<br /> * Creating queries<br /> * Creating forms, reports<br /> * Developing forms with sub forms<br /> * Creating complex reports<br /> * Sharing Access information with Word and Excel    04 days (Wednesdays)    0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-00                        00-00-00        
  281. 266     WKS0045         At the end of the program participants should be able to <br /> <ul><li> Develop the competency of preparing computer based multimedia presentations using Microsoft Power Point 2003. </li></ul>       Managers, Training Managers, Lecturers, TrainingExecutives and those who are interested in learningc    * Understanding the qualities of good presentations<br /> * Getting Started with Power point XP<br /> * Working with Text Slides<br /> * Formatting and Proofing Tools<br /> * Working with Pictures and Drawings<br /> * Using tables on slides<br /> * Using graphs and charts on slides<br /> * Adding multimedia features<br /> * Editing/adding Video clips<br /> * Using Power point with other applications (Ms Word, Ms Excel)<br /> * Using templates and Slide Master<br /> * Hyper linking applications      02 days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   All training is hands-on, using a mixture of tutor led demonstrations and individual work at the PC     LKR 8000/- per participant      Colombo-00-00  
  282. 267     WKS0046         At the end of the program, participants will be able to : <br> <ul> <li> Develop the competency of using MS-Project for Project Management function </li> </ul>         Those who are interested in learning Computer aided Project Management applications     <ul> <li>Project Management Concept, Tools & Techniques</li> <li>Project Management Disciplines</li> <li>PERT/CPM</li> <li>Microsoft Project Professional</li> <li>Setting up a Project</li> <li>Activities Coding & Organization</li> <li>Resource Allocation</li> <li>Resource Leveling</li> <li>Schedule Optimization</li> <li>Progress Tracking</li> <li>Cost Management</li> <li>Report Generation</li> </ul>      02 day  0900 h - 1600 h         Sinhala-00-English      All training is hands-on, using a mixture of tutor led demonstrations and individual work at the PC     LKR 6,500/-     Colombo         Mr.Nadeep Tharanga
  283. 268     WKS0047         At the end of the program, participants will be able to develop the competency of using MS-Excel for financial data analysis.   Those who wish to analyze business information usingSpreadsheet(Participants with basic knowledge in    * Understanding Excel work environment<br /> * Understanding functions and formulas<br /> * Using data analysis tool pack<br /> * Business forecasting using Trend analysis<br /> * Sensitivity analysis model<br /> * Charting and organizing data. Explore all of Excel?s impressive charting capabilities<br /> * Create and manage a Worksheet database<br /> * Consolidating worksheets<br /> * Advanced formulas and other advanced features including pivot tables.<br /> * Integrate Data and graphs into your word document<br /> * Project Evaluation using NPV, IRR Techniques<br /> * Financial Statement Analysis through Ratios   03 Days (Tuesdays)      0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   All training is hands-on, using a mixture of tutor led demonstrations and individual work at the PC     LKR 9000/- + Reg 500/-  Colombo-00-00   Mrs.S.Ameelan
  284. 270     WKS0049         At the end of the programme participants should be able to : <ul> <li>Familiarize with the 5S concepts and discuss techniques of implementing 5S at the workplace</li> </ul>    Executives / 5S facilitators / Supervisors and those who are interested in implemeting 5S       <ol> <li>Why improve productivity</li> <li>Introduction to Kaizen based productivity techniques</li> <li>Waste Elimination</li> <li>Introduction to 5S</li> <li>Benefits of 5S</li> <li>5S Organization and implementation</li> <li>Practical 5S, 5S Toolbox, 5S competitions</li> <li>Sharing experience of 5S implementation</li> </ol>       02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         Sinhala-Tamil-English   Lectures, Discussions, Group Presentations, Video Presentations         LKR 6,500 per participant       Colombo         Mr. Amarasinghe H H L
  285. 271     WKS0050         To create an initial awareness of waste control among owners and managers of small and medium scale industries and business     Owners and Managers of manufacturing BusinessOrganizations      * Planning for Efficient Waste control<br /> * Utilization of 5M<br /> * Effective Inventory Methods<br /> * Process Control<br /> * Work Improvement<br /> * Managing Quality in Waste Management      02 Days         0900 h - 1300 h         00-00-English   Presentations/ Discussions/ Group Activity      LKR 6,500/- per participant     Colombo         Mr. H.H.L Amarasinghe
  286. 272     WKS0051         At the end of the programme, participants will be able to: <br /> <ol> <li>Acquire necessary knowledge and skills in organizing corporate events</li> <li>Effectively coordinate with professional event management agencies</li> <li>Plan and conduct corporate events successfully</li> </ol>         Event Coordinators, Advertising & Promotions Executives, Public Relations Officers, Secretaries         <ol> <li>Nature of Corporate Events</li> <li>Event Objectives</li> <li>Conceptualizing the event</li> <li>Budgeting</li> <li>Event planning</li> <li>Organization and timing</li> <li>Logistics</li> <li>Programme</li> <li>Staging events</li> <li>Event promotion</li> <li>Evaluation and reporting</li> </ol>        01 day  0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Presentations/ Discussions / Group Activities   LKR 3,000/-     Colombo        
  287. 273     WKS0052         At the end of the programme participants should be able to:<br /> * Familiarize with basic concepts of Quality Management<br /> * Understand the techniques to improve quality in education & training Institutes.<br /> * Learn how to implement and maintain Quality Management System (QMS) for education & Training Institutes      Lectures, Instructors, Teachers, Managers and Executive inEducation & Training Institutes in public/    * Basic concepts of Quality Management in relation to education & training institutes<br /> * Techniques to imporve service quality<br /> * Maintaining quality though Quality Management System(QMS)<br /> * Quality Auditing in education & training institutes.      02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-00        Lectures, Discussions, Case studies ,Group work                 00-00-00        
  288. 274     WKS0053         At the end of the program, participants will be able to:<br /> * Understand the requirements of GMPs<br /> * Gather knowledge on the basics of Food Safety Practices    Food Handlers   * Primary Sources<br /> * Control of Operation<br /> * Transportation<br /> * Product Information & Consumer Awareness<br /> * Training         03 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Power Point Presentation , Lectures, Discussions & GroupActivities      LKR 10,000/- + Reg 250/-        Colombo-00-00  
  289. 275     WKS0054         * To make participants aware of the basic TQM concepts and be able to understand how to implement TQM   Managers, Sectional Heads & Executives from Manufacturing &Service organizations        * Introduction to Productivity & Quality Improvement<br /> * Quality Control Tools<br /> * Quality Control Circles<br /> * ISO Quality System <br /> * Sharing Experience with Quality Management Activities <br /> * Assessment the cost of Quality <br /> * Dimensions of Design Quality <br /> * Service Quality <br /> * Statistical Quality Control <br /> * Six Sigma Quality Improvements        04 Days (Two days per week)     0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures / Discussions / Group Activities / Video Presentations         LKR 12,000/-    Colombo-00-00   Mr. H.H.L. Amarasinghe
  290. 276     WKS0055         At the end of the program participants should be able to : <br> <ul> <li>To make participants aware of the Total Productive Maintenance</li> <li>Understand implementation of TPM in organization</li> <li>To enable participants to involve Productivity Improvement programs in organization</li> </ul>       Engineers, Foreman, Supervisors & Maintenance Personnel in organizations        <ol> <li>Types of Maintenance</li> <li>Preventive Maintenance for Equipment</li> <li>Good Housekeeping Practices (5S) in Maintenance</li> <li>Autonomous Maintenance</li> <li>Raising Equipment Efficiency, Overall Equipment Efficiency</li> <li>Causes of Breakdown, Countermeasures for Zero Breakdowns</li> <li>TPM implementation</li> <li>Activities in TPM development</li> </ol>        02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         Sinhala-00-00   Lectures / Discussions / Group Activities / Video Presentations         LKR 6,000 per participant       Colombo-00-00  
  291. 277     WKS0056         <ul> <li>To make participants aware of the Total Productive Maintenance</li> <li>At the end of the program participants should be able to understand implementation of TPM in organization</li> <li>To enable participants to involve Productivity Improvement programs in organization</li> </ul>      Managers, Engineers, Foreman & Maintenance Personnel in organizations   <ol> <li>Types of Maintenance</li> <li>Good Housekeeping Practices in Maintenance</li> <li>Major Pillars of TPM</li> <li>Autonomous Maintenance, Six Big Losses</li> <li>Life Cycle Cost, Overall Equipment Efficiency</li> <li>Countermeasures for Zero Breakdowns</li> <li>TPM implementation</li> <li> Measuring TPM results</li> <li>TPM Benefits</li> </ol>        02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures / Discussions / Group Activities / Video Presentations         Rs 6,500 /- (inclusive lunch)   Colombo-00-00   Mr. Amarasinghe H H L (E – Mail : amara@nibm.lk )
  292. 278     WKS0057         To impart knowledge on Statistical Techniques for Quality Improvements.         Those who are involved in Quality Control functions in the organization         * Introduction to statistics<br /> * Methods of Data Presentation<br /> * Histograms<br /> * Probability Distributions<br /> * Sampling Methods<br /> * Quality Control Charts<br /> * Process Capability<br /> * Regression Analysis / Scatter Diagrams        02 Days         0900 h - 1200 h         Sinhala-00-00   Lectures / Discussions / Case Studies   LKR 6,500/- + Reg 250/-         Colombo-00-00  
  293. 279     WKS0058         This progamme has been designed in keeping with the Body of Knowledge (BOK) of ASQ Green Belt certification programme. However, the course director has notified some aspects of the programme in order to make it suitable for our business environment in Sri Lanka. This is to train GREEN BELTS (PART-TIME PROJECT LEADERS) for implementation of Six Sigma Projects in Service Organizations as well as in Manufacturing Organizations.    * Quality Assurance Managers & Executives<br />         Certification programme includes the following<br /> <ol> <li>The Lean SIX SIGMA System</li> <li>The SIX SIGMA Language</li> <li>Business Process Management</li> <li>Quality of Service</li> <li>DMAIC Methodology</li> <li>DMAIC Power Tools</li> <li>SIPOC Analysis</li> <li>QFD Cycle</li> <li>CTQ Tree</li> <li>PPI</li> <li>CAE</li> <li>FMEA</li> <li>FFA</li> <li>Process Capability Calculation</li> <li>POKA -YOKE</li> <li>ECRS</li> <li>Idealizing</li> <li>Control Charts</li> <li>Process Sigma Calculation</li> <li>How to Design a SIX SIGMA Project Chart</li> <li>Presentation Skills</li> <li>Guideline for In-Plant Study</li> <li>Presentation of Six Sigma Project Reports</li> </ol>     05 Days (one day per week every Thursday)       0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Leactures / Projects    LKR 30,000/-    Colombo         Mr. Kulasooriya D M A
  294. 280     WKS0059         This programme has been designed in keeping with body of knowledge (BOK) of ASQ Black Belt Certification Programme. However, the Course director has modified some aspects of the programme in order to make it suitable for our business environment in Sri Lanka. Participants undergo 16 days of extensive training over a eight (08) weeks period. Before they are recognized as successfully completing stringent Black Belt Programme requirements; they must demonstrate their proficiencies in using Six Sigma tools and techniques and saving actual LKR saving and customer benefits through their project work.<br /><br /> * You will be able to explain Six Sigma philosophies, including supporting systems and tools.<br /> * You will be able to apply them in various business processed throughout the organization.<br /> * You will be able to demonstrate and be a driver for various leadership roles and responsibilities, organizational dynamics, customer expectations, and satisfaction<br /> * You will receive a BLACK BELT certificate on SIX SIGMA after completing a Six Sigma project in your organization     * Quality, Operations, Marketing, Production and Financial Managers with alt least 05 years of exper    Six Sigma Black Belt Curriculum and Body of knowledge (BOK) of the Black Belts Certification Programme includes the following<br /> * The Lean SIX SIGMA System<br /> * Statistical for BPI<br /> * Business Process Management & Methodology<br /> * Quality of Service<br /> * DMAIC Methodology & Tools<br /> * Design for Six Sigma (DFSS)<br /> * How to design a SIX SIGMA Project charter<br /> * Presentations Skills<br /> * Guideline for in-Plant Study<br /> * Presentation of Six Sigma project reports<br /> * SIPOC Analysis<br /> * QFD Cycle<br /> * CTQ Tree<br /> * PPI<br /> * CAE<br /> * ANOVA / DOE / FMEA<br /> * FFA<br /> * Process Capability calculation<br /> * POKA - YOKE<br /> * ECRS<br /> * Control Charts<br /> * MINITAB Software   16 Days (08 Weeks)      0900 h - 1630 h         00-00-English   Lectures / Case Analysis / Group Work / Group Presentations / Assignments / Computer Applications       LKR 125,500/-   Colombo         Mr Kulasooriya D M A
  295. 281     WKS0060         At the end of the programmme, participants should be able<br /> * Learn two modern tools for quality and productiivty improvement<br /> * Learn how to implement them in your organization      Senior Managers, Operations Managers, ProductivityPractitioners, Production Managers, and Quality As    * Why Mistake -Proofing<br /> * Source inspection & Mistake Proofing<br /> * Principles of Mistake-Proofing<br /> * Poka-Yoke System & Examples<br /> * How to implement the system     01 Day          00-00-00                        00-00-00        
  296. 282     WKS0061         At the end of the programme, participants should be able to:<br /> * Familiarize with the 5S concepts and discuss techniques of implementing 5S at the Workplace.       Supervisors, 5S Facilitators and Executives who areInterested in implementing/knowing more about 5S     * Why improve productivity?<br /> * Introduction to Kaizen based Productivity Techniques<br /> * Introduction to 5S<br /> * Benefits of 5S<br /> * 5S Organization and Implementation<br /> * Practical 5S<br /> * Audit and guide 5S activities <br /> * Sharing experience of 5S Implementation by 5S award winner    02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures, Discussions, Group Presentation, Video Presentation   LKR 6,500/-     Colombo        
  297. 283     WKS0062         At the end of the Workshop, participants should be able to:<br /> * Make the participants understand the value productivity concept and their impact on the economy standard of living.<br /> * Understand how productivity is measured at the company level<br /> * Know when it is appropriate to use value and physical productivity ratios<br /> * Differentiate productivity indicators from performance indicators used in departmental level     Managers and executives - supervisors in manufacturingand service sector        * Understanding productivity concepts<br /> * Productivity measurement & analysis at organizations level<br /> * An overview of organizations performance indicators<br /> * Development of performance indicators at the department level<br /> * Case Study   02 days         0900 h - 1600 h         Sinhala-00-00   Lectures/ Discussions/ Group Exercises/ Video Presentation      LKR 6500/- per participant      Colombo-00-00   Ms. Wayomi Perera
  298. 284     WKS0063         At the end of the program participants will be able to,<br /> * Know the importance of plant maintenance in organizations.<br /> * Realize and implement ways of maintaining a plant in good working order.<br /> * Devise a more effective maintenance system.         Managers, Engineers, Supervisors & Executives responsible forMaintenance function       * Productivity Improvement Techniques<br /> * Importance of Plant Equipment Maintenance<br /> * Practical 5S<br /> * Preventive Maintenance System<br /> * Raising Equipment Efficiency<br /> * Failure Analysis<br /> * Equipment Replacement Theory<br /> * Cost Reduction Through Waste Elimination<br /> * Productive maintenance<br /> * Sharing experience in Maintenance         03 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures / Discussions / Group Activities / Video Presentations         LKR 9,000/=     Colombo-00-00   Mr. H.H.L. Amarasinghe
  299. 285     WKS0064         * To introduce participants to work study techniques<br /> * To provide an understanding of the use of Work Study techniques in industry<br /> * To train the participants in the use of appropriate Work Study techniques      Managers, Supervisors, Sectional Heads in ManufacturingOrganizations & those who are interested in t    * Productivity Principles & Concepts<br /> * Work Study for Methods Improvement<br /> * Use of Flow Process Charts<br /> * E C R S Activities<br /> * Developing Improved Method<br /> * Human Engineering<br /> * Time Study, Work Measurement<br /> * Manage the human factors in the application of work study       03 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures, Discussions, Group Activities         LKR 9,000/=     Colombo-00-00   Mr. H.H.L. Amarasinghe
  300. 286     WKS0065         At the end of the program, participants will be able to :<br /> <ul> <li> Learn about latest breakthroughs of manufacturing systems</li> <li>Learn lean Manufacturing techniques</li> <li>Reduce cycle time</li> <li>Reduce Inventories</li> <li>Increase capacity in current facilities</li> <li>Maintain flexibility of the production systems</li> </ul>     Divisional Heads        <ol> <li>What is Lean Enterprise?</li> <li>Operational Vision & Strategy</li> <li>Supply Chain & Strategies</li> <li>Systematic Identification and elimination of waste</li> <li>Just-in-Time Operations</li> <li>Cellular and Continuous Flow</li> <li>Accountability and Change Management</li> </ol>         5 Days  0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures /Projects      LKR 30000/- + Reg1000/=         Colombo         Mr. Kulasooriya D M A
  301. 287     WKS0066         At the end of the program, participants will be able to<br /> * Know the basic structure of ISO 17025 Standards<br /> * Learn the practical application of the standards<br /> * Understand the benefits of a Laboratory Management System      * Laboratory Managers<br />     * Overview of the Standard - ISO 17025<br /> * Management Requirements<br /> * Technical Requirements<br /> * Documentation<br /> * Accreditation Process       04 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Power Point Presentation , Lectures, Discussions & Groupactivities      LKR 12,000/-    Colombo-00-00  
  302. 288     WKS0067         At the end of the program, participants will be able to :<br /> <ul> <li> Understand the benefits of a Quality Management System</li> <li>Know the basic structure of ISO 9001:2000 standard </li> <li>Learn the practical application of the standards</li> </ul> P.S. Resource Personnel are IRCA Certified Auditors  Managers, Executive and Business Owners who wants to know more about ISO 9001:2000 standard.    <ol> <li>Introduction to the eight principles of Quality Management Systems</li> <li>Introduction to ISO 9000 family of standards</li> <ul> <li>Quality Management System</li> <li>Management Responsibility</li> <li>Resource Management</li> <li>Product Realization</li> <li>Measurement, Analysis & Improvement</li> <li>Resource Management</li> </ul> <li>Designing your Quality Management System</li> <li>Improving Business Performance</li>> <li>Benefits to the Organization</li> <li>Misconceptions</li> </ol>      02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Presentation, Discussions & Group Work  LKR 7,000 per participant       Colombo-00-00  
  303. 289     WKS0068         This is a step towards the process of becoming a Lead Auditor, which will be an added qualification for your career advancement.At the end of the program, participants will be able to<br /> * Understand the responsibilities of an auditor<br /> * Plan, Conduct and report findings of audits effectively   * Officers who are involved in the process of internal quality auditing<br />   * Overview of ISO 9000 family of standards<br /> * How to plan and schedule audits to get maximum benefit<br /> * Method of conducting audit effectively<br /> * Reporting and follow up<br /> * Human factors in the audit process     02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-00        Power Point Presentation ,Lectures, Discussions & GroupActivities       LKR 6,000/-     Colombo-00-00  
  304. 290     WKS0069         At the end of the Programme, participants should be able to:<br /> * Organize and supervise effective safety programmes in their Organizations<br /> * Analyze accidents and introduce preventive measures<br /> * Develop and conduct training programmes that will Inculcate safety consciousness among the work force        Executives, Supervisors, Safety Officers, Security Officers inpublic and private sectors        * Laws pertaining to industrial safety<br /> * Mechanical Safety in workplace<br /> * Human factor in prevention of accident<br /> * Operation high risk machines to prevent major accidents under factory ordinance<br /> * Occupational Hygiene<br /> * Electrical safety in work place<br /> * Preventing fire hazard in industrial environment<br /> * Materials handling and good house keeping<br /> * Engineering methods of prevention of health hazards & personnel protective equipment<br /> * Safety construction industry <br /> * Industrial accident analysis according to ILO standard<br /> * Principles of Methods of safety management       04 Days (2 Days per week - Tuesday/Wednesday)   0900 h - 1600 h         Sinhala-00-00   Lectures/ Discussions/ Group Exercises/ Video Presentation      LKR 12,000/- per participant    Colombo-00-00   Mr. H.H.L Amarasinghe
  305. 291     WKS0070         At the end of the Programme, participants should be able to :<br /> <ul> <li>To enable participants to organize and supervise effective safety programmes in their enterprises</li> <li>Analyze accidents and introduce preventive measures</li> <li>Develop and conduct training programmes that will Inculcate safety consciousness among the work force</li> </ul>   Executives, Supervisors, Safety Officers, Security Officers inpublic and private sectors        <ol> <li>Law pertaining to industrial safety</li> <li>Principles of machine guarding</li> <li>Human factor in prevention of accident</li> <li>Operation high risk machines to prevent major accidents under factory ordinance</li> <li>Occupational Hygiene</li> <li>Electrical safety in industry and work place</li> <li>Preventing fire hazard in industrial environment</li> <li>Materials handling and good house keeping</li> <li>Safety construction industry trending foundation work scaffolds work platforms, working at height, leader etc</li> <li>Industrial accident analysis according to ILO std</li> <li>Principles of Methods of safety management</li> </ol>         04 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures/ Discussions/ Group Exercises  LKR 12,000/- per participant    Colombo-00-00   Mr. H.H.L Amarasinghe
  306. 292     WKS0071         At the end of the programme participants should be able to : <br /> <ul> <li>To make participants aware of the role of QCC for productivity improvement</li> <li>To assist participants to apply techniques in Quality Control Circles</li> </ul>       Leaders, Members in Quality Control Circles & Quality Controllers in an organization    <ol> <li>Productivity Improvement</li> <li>Statistical Process Control</li> <li>Sampling Methods</li> <li>Application of Seven Tools for Quality Control</li> <li>Variable Control Charts, Attribute Control Charts</li> <li>Design & Application of Control Charts</li> <li>Sharing experience of QCC implementations</li> </ol>       03 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         Sinhala-00-00   Lectures / Discussions / Group Activities       LKR 9,000/- per paticipant      Colombo-00-00   Mr. Amarasinghe H. H. L (E – Mail : amara@nibm.lk)
  307. 293     WKS0072         At the end of the programme participants should be able to ;<br /> * Identifying and using operations management techniques to minimize waste from the foundation of any waste reduction programme.<br /> * Implementing these programmes require changes to accepted working practices and improvement to skills       All levels of Personnel         * Utilizing KAIZEN Productivity Improvement Concepts to implement waste reduction programmes.<br /> * Planning for efficient utilization for manpower and machine capacity<br /> * Balancing demand and production for optimum, work and Finished Good Inventories.<br /> * Material Requirement Planning (MPR) and other models for optimizing raw material inventories.<br /> * Managing quality for reduction of rejects.<br /> * Process Improvements through Method Study and Specifications<br /> * Competitiveness and Productivity for the survival and growth of the enterprise<br /> * Reduction of ineffective work by eliminating unnecessary movement and human motions.   02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures/ Case Studies/ Group Exercises/Group Presentations     LKR 6,500/- + Reg 250/-         Colombo-00-00  
  308. 294     WKS0073         At the end of the workshop, participants should be able to:<br /> * familiarize the participants with the role of production supervision and to give an appreciation of production management concepts..        Executives and Supervisors who are engaged in production.       * Production Management<br /> * Production Planning and Control<br /> * Human Factor in Productivity<br /> * Materials Management<br /> * Quality Management<br /> * Industrial Safety<br /> * Productivity Measures<br /> * Productivity Improvement Approaches and strategies<br /> * Setting Wok Norms<br /> * Techniques for Method Improvement<br /> * Maintenance Management<br /> * Concept of Production Costs and Cost Control         03 days (one day per week)      0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures/ Discussions/ Case Study/ Video Presentations  LKR 9,000/- per participant     Colombo-00-00  
  309. 295     WKS0074         At the end of the programme, participants will be able to gain and sharpen the required secretarial skills to work more closely and efficiently with the management team.       Secretaries and Personal Assistants to senior and middle management     <ol> <li>The Role of a Secretary in Today\\\\\\'s Business Environment & Career Development</li> <li>Caring for Internal and External Customers</li> <li>Conducting Successful Meetings and Managing Visitors</li> <li>Planning and Managing Your Time</li> <li>Records Management</li> <li>Introduction to 5S</li> <li>Business Etiquettes & Professional Telephone Skills</li> <li>Enhancing Computer Literacy</li> </ol>     04 days (One day per week - Fridays)    27 July 2011, (0900 h - 1600 h)         00-00-English   Lectures/ Discussions/ Role play/ Individual & group workand Presentations/ Case study/ Video films     LKR 12,000/- per participant    Colombo         Ms.Samira Wijayasiri
  310. 296     WKS0075         At the end of the workshop participants should be able to : <br /> Make participants appreciate the importance of projecting a good image of their institutions and to promote greater efficiency in the discharge of their duties for front desk persons of the organization   Receptionists and telephone operators in public and privatesector institutions  * Role of a receptionist<br /> * Effective communication<br /> * Personality development<br /> * Public relations<br /> * Office automation<br /> * Taking down the messages    02 days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures/Discussions/Group work/Role play and Video Presentations       LKR 6500/- per participant      Colombo-00-00   Mr. Samira Wijayasiri
  311. 297     WKS0076         * Provide the conceptual and practical background to participants to play more effectively in their supporting role to higher management.<br /> * To provide participants with a knowledge of techniques and skills that would enhance their professional performance.  Staff engaged in clerical and allied duties     * Role of an office in today’s Business Environment<br /> * Records Management and Filing Systems<br /> * Productivity Improvement in Office Environment<br /> * Personality Development<br /> * Office Accounting<br /> * Graphical Presentation & Report Writing<br /> * Communication and Motivation<br /> * Time Management and Developing your Career    4 Days  01 July 2011, (0900 h - 1600 h)         Sinhala-Tamil-English   Lectures/ Case Study/ Role Play/Games/ Group Presentations      LKR. 12, 000/-  Colombo        
  312. 298     WKS0077         <ol> <li>Provide the conceptual and practical background to participants to play more effectively in their supporting role to higher management.</li> <li>To provide participants with a knowledge of techniques and skills that would enhance their professional performance</li> </ol>        Staff engaged in clerical and allied duties     <ol> <li>Role of an office in today\\\\\\'s Business Environment</li> <li>Records Management and Filing Systems</li> <li>Productivity Improvement in Office Environment</li> <li>Personality Development</li> <li>Office Accounting</li> <li>Graphical Presentation & Report Writing</li> <li>Communication and Motivation</li> <li>Time Management and Developing your career</li> </ol>       04 Days (April 29,30 & May 06,07)       0900 h - 1600 h         Sinhala-00-English      Lectures/ Discussions/ Video Presentation/ Group Work/Role Play         LKR.12,500/- per participant    Colombo         Ms.C.P.H. Jayaweera
  313. 299     WKS0078         \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"There are no unmotivated people, only unmotivated employees.\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"<br /> At the end of this programme the participants should be able to :<br /> * Understand importance of motivation in the ever changing work place<br /> * Learn techniques applied to motivate subordinates for superior performance<br /> * Learn techniques applied to maintain motivation<br /> * Understand what motivates you       Managers, Executives& Those Responsible for ManagingPeople in private, public & NGO sectors     * How important is motivation<br /> * Demotivating factors<br /> * Identifying employee needs<br /> * Understanding different types of people<br /> * Which needs are the best motivators<br /> * Motivating techniques<br /> * Leadership in Motivation<br /> * How to motivate yourself       02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures/ Case Analysis/ Group Work/ Group Presentations        LKR 6,500/- + Reg 250/-         Colombo-00-00  
  314. 300     WKS0079         At the end of this programme the participants should be able to:<br /> * Understand importance of Conflict Management<br /> * Respond to grievances effectively<br /> * Manage conflicts effectively<br /> * Conduct performance counseling meetings effectively        Managers, Executives, Officers & others responsible formanaging people  * Causes of Conflict<br /> * Conflict Management Styles<br /> * Skills for Managing Conflicts Successfully<br /> * Tips for settling conflicts<br /> * Dealing with Grievances<br /> * Reducing grievances<br /> * Counseling Poor Performances<br /> * The Cycle of Performance Improvement    02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures/ Case Analysis/ Group Work/ Group Presentations        LKR 6,500 per participant       Colombo-00-00  
  315. 301     WKS0080         On successful completion of this workshop the participants will be able implement changes and innovation successfully in the organization.      Managers responsible for organizational change & innovation     * The pace of change today<br /> * Challenges to successful change<br /> * Developing change management plans<br /> * Building capacity for change<br /> * Stepping stones to introducing change<br /> * Managers role in change<br /> * Winning the cooperation of people<br /> * Maintaining change   02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures/ Case Analysis/ Group Work/ Group Presentations        LKR 6,500/- + Reg 250/-         Colombo-00-00  
  316. 302     WKS0081         At the end of this programme, the participants should be able   Managers & Executives   * Knowledge economy<br /> * Concept of knowledge Management<br /> * Approaches to Knowledge Management<br /> * The learning organization<br /> * Knowledge Management systems & tools<br /> * Knowledge Management & Empowerment<br /> * Power, Knowledge & the organization    01 Day  0900h- 1600h    00-00-English   Lectures/Case Analysis/Group Work/Group Presentations   LKR 3,000/-     Colombo-00-00  
  317. 303     WKS0082         At the end of this programme the participants should be able to;<br /> * Understand the importance and uses of job analysis<br /> * Learn job analysis procedure<br /> * Learn job analysis techniques<br /> * Develop ability to create a job description & job specification  HR Managers , HR Executives and HR Officers     * Important and uses of job analysis<br /> * Job analysis process<br /> * Job analysis methods<br /> * Knowledge skills and task analysis<br /> * Development of job Description<br /> * Development of job specificationAnchor the new ways of doing things in         02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures/Case Analysis/Group Work       LKR 6,500 per participant       Colombo-00-00  
  318. 304     WKS0083         At the end of the programme the participants will be able to <br /> <ul> <li>Acquire a comprehensive overview of the current and changing HR agenda in organizations.</li> <li>Develop the ability to apply modern HRM concepts and techniques to the optimal utilization of resources for tangible outcomes.</li> <li>Get an understanding of the HR aspects of their roles and responsibilities in respect of the management of people.</li> <li>Understand the nature of employee-employer relationship.</li> <li>Acquaint themselves with current relevant labour legislation</li> </ul>    Line managers and executives of private sector and publicsector organizations(Managers and Executive    <ol> <li>HRM role in the 21st Century</li> <li>Effective HR Planning</li> <li>Effective Recruitment and selection</li> <li>Training and Development</li> <li>Wage and Salary Administration</li> <li>Performance Management</li> <li>An overview of grievance & discipline handling in the workplace</li> <li>An overview of current relevant labour legislation</li> </ol>     02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures/ Case Analysis/ Group Work/ Group Presentations        LKR 6,500/-     Colombo-00-00  
  319. 305     WKS0084         At the end of this workshop, the participants should be able to: <br /> * Understand the concept of E-Learning<br /> * Learn steps followed in developing E- Learning system<br /> * Understand the link between E-Learning & knowledge Management      Managers        * What is E-Learning?<br /> * Concepts understanding E-Learning<br /> * The concept of Blended learning<br /> * Developing E-Learning processes<br /> * Importance facets of E-Learning<br /> * Linking E-Learning to knowledge Management      01 Day  0900h- 1600h    00-00-00        Lectures/Case Analysis/Group Work/Group Presentations           00-00-00        
  320. 306     WKS0085         On successful completion of this programme the participants shouldbe able to<br /> * Understand link between effective reward system & organizational performance.<br /> * Acquire skills required to develop cost effective reward systems for the organization.<br /> * Learn to strike a balance between financial & non financial rewards in order to monitoring employee for high performance.     HR Managers , HR Executives and Public, Private & NGOsectors.   * Reward Management Process<br /> * Developing a reward Management Policy & Strategies<br /> * Job analysis & Job evaluation<br /> * Development of a Pay structures<br /> * Contingent Pay System<br /> * Employee Benefits<br /> * Managing Reward ProcessAnchor the new ways of doing things in      04 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-00        Lectures/Case Analysis/Group Work/Group Presentations   LKR 12,000/- + Reg 250/-        Colombo-00-00  
  321. 307     WKS0086         At the end of this programme the participants should be able to;<br /> * Develop an effective attraction strategy<br /> * Acquire modern interviewing skills<br /> * Lean state of the art selection techniques         HR Managers and others involved in Recruitment and Selection    * Innovation in Recruitment<br /> * Development of a Recruitment Policy<br /> * Employer Branding<br /> * Talent Scouts<br /> * Competency Based Recruitment<br /> * Recruitment diversity<br /> * E - Cruitment<br /> * Effective Interviews Techniques<br /> * Conducting Effective selection Tests   02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures/ Case Analysis/ Group Work/ Group Presentations        LKR 6500/- per participant      Colombo         Mr.Asoka Silva
  322. 308     WKS0087         At the end of this workshop, the participants should be ableto;<br /> * Understand the importance of PM as a Motivational tool<br /> * Identify a fitting performance appraisal system for the organization<br /> * Recognize suitable appraisal methods for the organization<br /> * Learn Constructive Performance Management techniques      Managers, Assistant Manager involved in Human ResourceManagement        * Objective of performance Management<br /> * General performance management cycle & model<br /> * Tremendous benefits of a well planned appraisal<br /> * Developing the Performance Agreement<br /> * Establishing the right climate<br /> * Performance Measure<br /> * Managing Performance<br /> * Applying appraisal procedures<br /> * Dealing with Performance Problems         02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures/ Case Analysis/ Group Work/ Group Presentations        LKR 6,500/- + Reg 250/-         Colombo-00-00  
  323. 309     WKS0088         At the end of this programme, the participants should be able to acquire necessary counseling skills for managing people in the organisation.   Those who manage people         * Basic Psychology<br /> * Stresses & Anxieties<br /> * Introduction to counseling<br /> * Approaches to counseling<br /> * Counseling Personality<br /> * Counseling skills    04 Days(Thursdays & Fridays)    0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures/ Case Analysis/ Group Work/ Group Presentations        LKR 12,000/- per participant    Colombo-00-00  
  324. 310     WKS0089         At the end of this programme the participants should be ableto;<br /> * Explain the Nature of Organizational Culture<br /> * Understand the power of healthy organizational culture<br /> * Understand need to manage and change organizational culture for sustainable growth  Managers and Executive of private, public and NGO sector        * Nature of the Organizational culture<br /> * Power of organizational culture<br /> * Characteristics of great organizational cultures<br /> * Analyzing and assessing the existing culture<br /> * Importance of managing and changing Organizational cultures<br /> * Importance of aligning strategy, structure and cultureAnchor the new ways of doing things in   02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures/Case Analysis/Group Work/Group Presentations   LKR 6,500 per participant       Colombo-00-00  
  325. 311     WKS0090         At the end of the programme the participants will be able to;<br /> * Make realistic career choices & find work or training accordingly<br /> * Find out what you are good at or which other careers might suit you<br /> * Improve your CV, the way you complete applications forms and sharpen up your interview skills<br /> * Get correct advice on what vocation they should choose according to their aptitude.<br /> * Understand their own strengths and interests      School Leavers and Job Seekers  * Why career guidance important?<br /> * Assessment test for Identifying Strengths and Interests<br /> * Developing self -determination skills, financial skills and social skills<br /> * Job-search, goal-setting, resume writing and interviewing skills.<br /> * Guidance for choosing training and careers<br /> * the latest changes in education and training    02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         Sinhala-00-English      Lectures/ Case Analysis/ Group Work/ Group Presentations        LKR 6,500/- per participant     Colombo-00-00  
  326. 312     WKS0091         At the end of the programme participants should be able to:<br /> * Acquire the necessary knowledge and skills in Corporate Planning.<br /> * Develop an effective Corporate Plan for the organization.<br /> * Build a Competitive Edge for their businesses   Entrepreneurs and Managers of Small & Medium EnterprisesMembers of Regional Business Chambers   * Vision and Mission<br /> * Business Environment<br /> * Business Functions<br /> * Formulating a Corporate Plan<br /> * Developing Corporate Strategies<br /> * Implementation<br /> * Evaluation & Control<br /><br /> Next Step:<br /> Training your Team to formulate your Corporate PlanCertificate Course in General Management <br /><br /> Note:<br /> This workshop is proposed to be implemented in collaborationwith the Chambers of Commerce. The programmes will be conducted at NIBM and/or regionally according to customer requirements and is to be scheduled in consultation with the respective chambers    02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         Sinhala-00-English      Presentations/ Discussions/ Group Activity              00-00-00        
  327. 313     CTC0071         By the end of the course participants will be competent in using English at work & in day to day communication  Those who have a basic knowledge in English & want to improve their skills further      <ol> <li> Speaking for effective communication</li> <li>Advanced Grammar </li> <li>Advanced Reading skills for language development</li> <li>Advanced writing skills for careers</li> <li>IELTS & TOEFL preparatory listening modules</li> </ol>        03 Months(Full Time) 06 Months (Part Time)      Full Time(0900-1600) Part Time (1300-1700)      00-00-English   Lectures, discussions, presentations, reading , group work      LKR 25,000/- + Reg 1000/-       Colombo         Mr. Samira Wijayasiri / Ms. Upeksha Rathnasena
  328. 315     CTC0072         <lo> <li>Build robust applications using java�s object oriented features</li> <li>Create robust applications using class libraries</li> <li>Develop platform independent GUI s</li> <li>Read and Write data using java streams</li> <li>Retrieve data from relational databases with JDBC</li> <li>Build data driven web applications with sever-side java Technologies</li> <li>Generate dynamic web pages with java server pages</li> </lo>         Those who are interested in learning Java from the begining to an advanced level.       <ol> <li>Introduction to java applications</li> <li>Internet and the Web</li> <li>Data structures & Control statements</li> <li>Objects & Methods</li> <li>Object oriented programming concepts</li> <li>Graphical User Interface designing</li> <li>Event handling</li> <li>Exception Handling</li> <li>Multithreading</li> <li>Files and Streams</li> <li>The Collections Framework</li> <li>JDBC with Oracle 10g / SQL</li> <li>Web Application Development with HTML, Applets, Java Server Pages & Servlets</li> <li>Final Project</li> </ol>       4 Months (Saturday)     09000 Hrs - 1600 Hrs    00-00-English   Lectures / Demonstrations / Practicals / Assignments    LKR 30,000/= + (Reg) 500/=      Colombo-00-00   Mr. C. C. B. Wijesinghe
  329. 317     WKS0093         After completion of the programmme, participants will be able to :<br /> <ul> <li>Understand the importance and benefits of using good management practices in NGOs</li> <li>Understand the key management concepts required to operate a NGO</li> <li>Acquire the necessary knowledge in Project Management, Human Resource Management and Financial management in managing NGOs.</li> <li>Acquire the necessary knowledge in Marketing Management, Social Marketing and Public Relations in managing NGOs.</li> <li>Be a key force in his/her organization for introducing and maintaining best management practices. </li> </ul>     Managers, Executives, Project Staff, field officers and Volunteers of Non-Governmental Organizations    <ol> <li>Management Fundamentals</li> <li>Effective Project Management</li> <li>Effective Human Resource Management & Development </li> <li>Importance of Financial Management and Good governance</li> <li>Marketing Management, Social Marketing and Public Relations Management</li> <li>Registration and operating of Non-Governmental Organizations</li> </ol>     03 Days         0900 h : 1600 h (36 hours of teaching)  00-Tamil-00     Lectures/Presentations/ Discussions     LKR 9,000/-     Colombo-00-00   Mrs.S.Ameelan
  330. 318     CTC0073         After successful completion of the programme, participants should be able to:<br /> <ol> <li>Understand and explain the theoretical aspects of management</li> <li>Function effectively in coordinating functional areas of the organizations</li> </ol>        For Junior and Middle Level Executives in Private and Public Sector Organizations       <ol> <li>Principles of Management</li> <li>Human Resource Management</li> <li>Business Statistics</li> <li>Business Economics</li> <li>Financial Management</li> <li>Marketing Management</li> <li>Operations Management</li> <li>Supplies & Materials Management</li> <li>Management information Systems & Business Internet</li> <li>Productivity Improvements</li> <li>Strategic Management</li> </ol>       4 Months        0900h - 1600h (Saturdays)       00-00-English   Lectures/Case Studies/Group Exercises etc.      LKR.30,000/- + Reg 1000/-       Colombo         Mr. D M A Kulasooriya
  331. 319     CTC0074         <lo>By the end of the programme participants will be more competent in communicating in the modern business environment</lo>    The course has been designed for those who are interested in improving their English Language skills to be more successful in a business environment    <lo> <li>Effective speaking for busines</li> <li>Memos / Circulars / Invitations & Letters</li> <li>Basic Report Writing </li> <li>Effective Sales Presentations</li> <li>Effective Negotiation Skills</li> <li>Meeting techniques</li> <li>Interview techniques</li> </lo>     04 Months       0900 hr to 1600         00-00-English   Presentations / Group work / Discussions        LKR 20,000/- + Reg 250/-        Colombo         Mr. Samira Wijayasiri
  332. 320     CTC0075         <ul> <li> To acquire the Knowledge and Skills in computer hardware. </li> </ul>         Those who are interested in learning Computer Hardware from basics.     <ol> <li>Introduction to Computers</li> <ul> <li>Introduction to Computer Basics</li> <li>Main parts of Computer System and System Unit</li> </ul> <li>Assembling a Computer</li> <ul> <li>Power supply, casing, motherboard form factors</li> <li>Motherboard settings and connections</i> <li>Hard Disk, Floppy and CD ROM Drivers</li> <li>Processor assemblies, System BIOS</li> </ul> <li>Software Installation</li> <ul> <li>Introduction to Operating Systems</li> <li>Types of Operating Systems</li> <li>Software Installation</li> </ul> <li>Computer Networks</li> <ul> <li>Fundamental Networking Conecpts, Types of Networks</li> <li>Hardware Platform : Servers and Workstations</li> <li>Software Platform</li> <li>Ethernet Standards</li> <li>Connecting Media</li> <li>Setting up Local Area Networks</li> <li>Peer to Peer networks</li> <li>Wireless LAN s</li> </ul> <li>Troubleshooting</li> <ul> <li>Troubleshooting process</li> <li>Using POST and BIOS for troubleshooting</li> <li>Troubleshooting resource conflicts</li> <li>Troubleshooting Devices</li> <li>Diagnostic Utilities</li> </ul> </ol>       12 Weeks        09:00h to 16:00h        00-00-English   Lectures / Demonstrations / Practicals  LKR 25,000/- + 1000/- (Reg)     Colombo         Ms. K. Wijesiriwardana
  333. 321     CTC0076         At the end of the programe participants will be able to: <br /> <ol> <li>Understand basic concepts of advertising & Graphic designing.</li> <li>Understand latest trends methods in advertising</li> <li>Understand Art Directing & Copywriting.</li> <li>Understand the various computer tools and techniques that will help them to produce advertisement for different media. (Press & web )</li> <li>Design for Digital & Offset Printing</li> <li>Design Photos & Photo Repairing </li> <li>Understand basic Knowledge of Web designing </li> <li>Understand how to upload web pages to Internet.</li> </ol>       Those who are interested in learning graphic designing from the begining        <ol> <li>Introduction to advertising and designing principles </li> <li>Advertising process & Types of advertising </li> <li>Art Directing techniques </li> <li>Copywriting & Typography for print media</li> <li>Color psychology & Composition</li> <li>Adobe Photoshop CS</li> <li>Adobe Illustrator CS</li> <li>Adobe PageMaker</li> <li>Adobe InDesign</li> <li>Basic HTML, Macromedia Dreamweaver & Macromedia Flash for Web Designing</li> </ol>         04 months       0830h-1530h     Sinhala-00-English      Lectures, Demonstrations & Computer Practical   LKR.30,000/- + Reg 1000/-       Colombo         Mr. Nadeep Tharanga
  334. 324     DIP0027         <p>The Advanced Diploma in Manufacturing Management is a proven programme of educational excellence that is preparing the next generation of manufacturing champions, In an increasingly competitive and complicated world this programme cuts through the maze of learning choices available and promises simply to help managers in manufacturing companies do their job.</p> <p> The programme’s methodology combines classroom based learning with practical models and simulation. Project assignments between modules ensure the transfer and application of new knowledge and skills to the participant’s own workplace.</p> <p> The programme draws from a valid process. It does produce capable managers and the return on investing in the programme is directly measurable in bottom line business results</p>  <li>A/L qualification with more than 3 Years Working Experience </li>   <ol> <li>Manufacturing Management and Industrial Organization</li> <li>Statistics for Manufacturing Organization</li> <li>Manufacturing Planing and Control</li> <li>Accounting and Finance for Manufacturing</li> <li>Industrial Marketing</li> <li>Industrial Relations and Industrial Law</li> <li>Six Sigma Quality for Manufacturing</li> <li>Design Technology and Innovation Management</li> <li>Manufacturing Science</li> <li>Lean Manufacturing Systems</li> </ol>    01 Year         0900 h - 1600 h (Sundays)       00-00-English   Lectures/Assignments/Practical Models/Simluation        LKR 90,000/- + Reg2000/-        Colombo         Mr. D.M.A. Kulasooriya
  335. 325     WKS0094         At the end of the program participants should be able to : <ul> <li>Identify and collect data</li> <li>Analyze pictorial presentation of data & numerical data</li> <li>Present collection data in the organization</li> <li>Make conclusions</li> </ul>        Those who are engaged in statistical work or any other related filed    <ol> <li>Data collection methods</li> <li>Numerical and pictorial presentations of data</li> <li>Basic data analysis methods</li> <li>Probability distributions</li> <li>Regression analysis</li> <li>Design of experiments</li> <li>Making statistical conclusions</li> <li>Sharing experience with statistical analysis of data</li> </ol>    04 Days (Two days per week)     0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures / Case Studies / Group work    LKR 12,000/- per participant    Colombo        
  336. 326     CTC0077         To develop following core competencies in workplace level : <ul> <li>Ability to diagnosis & identify productivity issues</li> <li>Ability to workout productivity solutions</li> <li>Ability to convincing stakeholders inlcuding management & workers to adopt solutions</li> <li>Ability to implement solutions</li> <li>Ability to evaluate results</li> <li>Ability to sustain improvements</li> </ul>      The program can be attended at all levels of staff in any organization with any nature of business.     <ol> <li>Understanding productivity</li> <li>Dynamic of improvement</li> <li>Principles of productivity ratio</li> <li>Inter-personal skills</li> <li>Communication skills</li> <li>Project management skills</li> <li>Presentation and delivery skills</li> <li>Effective problem identification and solving</li> <li>Total quality management</li> <li>Cusotmer satisfaction & services recovery</li> <li>Customer relation management</li> <li>Labour management cooperation</li> <li>Building productivity culture</li> <li>Technology enhancement</li> <li>Innovation & creativity</li> <li>Productivity quality tools and techniques</li> <li>Capturing, Encoding, storing & sharing knowledge</li> <li>Business Organization & process management</li> </ol>     15 Weeks (One day per week)     0900 h - 1600 h         Sinhala-00-English      Lectures / Case Studies / Group work    LKR 30,000/- per participant    Colombo         Amarasinghe H H L (E - mail : amara@nibm.lk)
  337. 327     WKS0095         <ul> <li>Participants will gain knowledge on Kaizen</li> <li>Participants will be able to explore Kaizen tool in their organization</li> <li>Participants will know more about productivity</li> </ul>  The program can be attended at all levels of staff in any organization with any nature of business.     <ol> <li>Kaizen Basics and Productivity Improvement</li> <li>Developing Work Attitude</li> <li>Kaizen appreciation, acceptance and integration</li> <li>Hints for Kaizen suggestions</li> <li>Rewards and Recognition</li> <li>Cost Reduction and Kaizen</li> <li>Sharing experience with Kaizen suggestions</li> </ol>         02 Days         0900 h - 1600 h         Sinhala-00-00   Lectures / Discussions / Group Activities       LKR 6,500/- per participant     Colombo-00-00   Mr. H H L Amarasinghe (E-mail : amara@nibm.lk)
  338. 328     WKS0096         At the end of the programme, participants should be able to : <br> <ul> <li>Learn the techniques of collecting, segregating and analyzing the data</li> <li>Analyse statistics in a more meaningful way</li> <li>Present data in a scientific method</li>       Middle level managerial personnel dealing with statistical analyzing, Researchers, Planners     <ol> <li>Introduction to statistics</li> <li>Data Collection and Tabulation</li> <li>Probability Distribution</li> <li>Time Series Analysis</li> <li>Forecasting Techniques</li> <li>Sampling Theory</li> <li>Report Writing Techniques</li> <li>Computers in Statistical Techniques</li> </ol>         02 days         0900 h -1600 h  00-00-English   Lectures/Discussions/Group work         LKR 6500/- per participant      Colombo-00-00  
  339. 329     WKS0097         At the end of the programme participants will be able to : <br /> <ul> <li>Understand the link between effective team work and organizational success</li> <li>Acquire skills required to build and maintain effective teams</li> <li>Learn how to motivate and lead teams</li> </ul>   Managers, Executives, and those responsible for managing people in private, public and NGO sectors      <ol> <li>Forming Effective Teams</li> <li>Achieving Positive Team Synergy</li> <li>Leading Teams Through Tomorrow’s Change</li> <li>Building a Motivational Climate</li> <li>Creating Supportive Team Culture</li> <li>Participatory Team Management</li> <li>Empowering Teams</li> </ol>     02 days         0900h - 1600h   Sinhala         Lectures/Case Analysis/Group Work/Group Presentations   LKR 7,500/- per participant     Colombo         Mr. Duminda Weeraratne
  340. 332     CTC0078         The course is to provide participants the tools and techniques essential in the management of the Logistics Function.   Supply Chain Mgrs,Warehouse Mgrs,Executives,Senior Storekeepers,Production Planner,Freight Forwarder    LDM curriculum consists of three modules <br /> <ol> <li>Logistics Management</li> <ul> <li>Introduction to Logistics Management</li> <li>Scope of business Logsitics</li> <li>Logistics Customer Service</li> <li>Warehouse Management</li> <li>Service Contingencies</li> <li>Inter-functional Management of Logistics Management</li> <li>Various Logistics Information Systems</li> </ul> <li>Physical Distribution and Transportation Management</li> <ul> <li>Store Functions and Responsibilities</li> <li>Store Procedures and Planning</li> <li>Materials - Handling considerations</li> <li>Store System costs and rates</li> <li>Networking and Transportation</li> <li>Import and Export Procedures</li> <li>Frieght forwarding agencies and shipment services</li> </ul> <li>Lean Production Systems</li> <ul> <li>Lean Principles</li> <li>Value Chain Analysis</li> <li>Value Stream Mapping</li> <li>Cell Manufacturing Systems</li> <li>Kanban and Pull System</li> </ul> </ol>        05 Days         0900 h - 1400 h         00-00-English   Lecture Sessions/ Assignments / Examination     LKR 30,000/- + 1000/- (Reg)     Colombo         Mr.D.M.A Kulasooriya
  341. 334     CTC0080         By the end of this qualification you should: : <br /> <ol> <li>Understand the key functions of marketing and its role in an organization </li> <li>Know about the four Ps (product, price, place and promotion) and how to apply the marketing mix </li> <li>Understand more about customers and managing customer relationships </li> <li>Learn and develop techniques and skills pertinent to become a stylish marketer</li> </ol>    Office Managers,Management Assistants   <ul> <li>Module 1</li> <ol> <li>Principles of Office Management</li> <li>Effective Communication</li> <li>Business English</li> <li>Records Management & Filing Systems</li> <li>Productivity for Office</li> </ol> <li>Module 2</li> <ol> <li>Office Accounting</li> <li>IT Skills & Internet</li> <li>Leadership & Motivation</li> <li>Human Resources Management</li> </ol> <li>Module 3</li> <ol> <li>Basic Negotiation & Influencing Skills</li> <li>Career Development Pathway</li> <li>Personality Development</li> <li>Public Relations</li> </ol> </ul>        02 months       Mondays & Fridays � Full Time (9.00 am-4.00pm)        Sinhala-00-English      Discussions, Group work, Presentations  LKR 30,000/- per participant    Colombo        
  342. 335     CTC0081         At the end of the programme participants should be able to : <br /> <ol> <li>Plan,organize & prioritise work effectively</li> <li>Demonstrate a clear understanding of finance & budgets</li> <li>Communicate effectively to any level</li> <li>Deal with difficult people & situations with ease</li> <li>Take on extra responsibility while staying in control</li> <li>Foster a productive & efficient office environment</li> </ol>         Office Managers,Management Assistants   <ul> <li>Module 1</li> <ol> <li>Principles of Office Management</li> <li>Effective Communication</li> <li>Business English</li> <li>Records Management & Filing Systems</li> <li>Productivity for Office</li> </ol> <li>Module 2</li> <ol> <li>Office Accounting</li> <li>IT Skills & Internet</li> <li>Leadership & Motivation</li> <li>Human Resources Management</li> </ol> <li>Module 3</li> <ol> <li>Basic Negotiation & Influencing Skills</li> <li>Career Development Pathway</li> <li>Personality Development</li> <li>Public Relations</li> </ol> </ul>        04 Months       0900 h - 1600 h         Sinhala-00-00   Discussions, Group work, Presentations  LKR 20,000/-    Colombo-00-00  
  343. 336     CTC0082         At the end of the program participants will be able to : <br /> <ol> <li>Develop their Professional Selling Skills with a Can-Do Approach Built on Positive Attitudes.</li> <li>Retain and Grow the Sales Pipeline </li> <li>Prepare Value Based Sales Proposals</li> <li>Understand Customer Psychology and Improve Negotiation Skills</li> <li>Understand and Improve the Necessary Skills in Customer Care Management</li> </ol>     Customer Care Executives and Individuals interested in developing a career in Customer Care Managem     <ol> <li>Personal Selling and Marketing Strategy</li> <li>Organizing the Sales Effort</li> <li>Sales Force Management</li> <li>International Sales and Marketing</li> <li>Delivering Customer Service Excellence</li> <li>Preparing Value Based Sales Proposals</li> <li>Customer psychology and consumer behaviour</li> <li>Effective Selling /Closing Techniques</li> <li>Business Communication and Negotiation Skills </li> <li>Essential Computer Applications</li> </ol>  04 Months       Friday 0900h - 1600h    00-00-English   Lectures,(including guest lecturers from Industry Experts).Presentations,Case Studies,Group Work        LKR 30,000/- +500/- (Reg)       Colombo-00-00   Ms. Charmie Jayaweera
  344. 337     WKS0099         At the end of the Workshop, participants should be able to:<br /> * Be aware of the role of maintenance supervision in an organization<br /> * Improve knowledge of maintenance techniques      Personnel (in supervisory and middle level grades) engaged in Maintenance       * Productivity and maintenance<br /> * Maintenance objective and functions<br /> * Planning and scheduling<br /> * Motivating Maintenance workers<br /> * Spare parts control<br /> * Industrial safety<br/> * Maintenance Systems<br/> * Failure Analysis      04 days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures/ Discussions/ Video Presentations/ Group work  LKR 9,000/- per participant     Colombo         Mr. Amarasinghe H H L
  345. 338     DIP0029         <BR>* To provide the participants with an opportunity of acquiring theoretical knowledge in management <BR>* To provide the participants with an effective forum for the appraisal of modern management ideas and techniques <BR>* To develop in the participants a general management perspective <BR>* To improve the managerial skills in the participants in diagnosing and business related issues from a multi-disciplinary base  <BR> *GCE A/L (Passed or pending results) Or <Br> *Sat for A/L and five credits including English at GCE O/L    <ol> <li>Semester I</li> <ul> <li>Principles of Management </li> <li>Induction & Returning to Learning</li> <li>Business English</li> </ul> <li>Semester II</li> <ul> <li>Financial Accounting</li> <li>Marketing Management</li> <li>Principles of Economics</li> </ul> <li>Semester III</li> <ul> <li>Business Law</li> <li>Business Statistics </li> <li>Management Accounting</li> </ul> <li>Semester IV</li> <ul> <li>Business Environment</li> <li>Independent Study � Business Project</li> </ul> </ol>        1 Year (03 Days per week)       0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures / Discussions / Case Method / Exercises        LKR.110,000/- + Reg 2000/-      Colombo         Ms. Kailashini Thiranagama
  346. 339     CTC0083         Upon completion of the programme the participants will be able to, <BR>* Equip themselves to undertake higher organizational responsibilities in the field of HRM <BR>* Confront effectively issues related to HRM <BR>* Qualify for National Diploma in Human Resource Management conducted by NIBM    Those who wish to embark on a career in Human Resource Management       Module 1 <ol> <li>Introduction to Management</li> <li>Business Environment in Sri Lanka</li> <li>HRM Process</li> </ol> Module 2 - Organizational Behavior <ol> <li>Concepts of Motivation</li> <li>Leadership in organizations</li> <li>Communication</li> <li>Group Dynamics</li> <li>Interpersonal Relationship</li> </ol> Module 3 - Key result areas in HRM <ol> <li>Elements of Manpower Planning</li> <li>Recruitment Selection & Induction</li> <li>Grievances Handling</li> <li>Training and Development</li> <li>Performance Management </li> <li>Elements of Industrial Relations</li> <li>Disciplinary Procedures</li> <li>Record Management</li> <li>Employee Health & Safety</li> <li>Welfare and Benefit Services</li> </ol> Module 4 - Essential skills required in HRM <ol> <li>Basic Quantitative Techniques</li> <li>Human Resources Information Systems</li> <li>Presentation Skills</li> <li>Case study</li> <li>Project Report</li> </ol>         04 Month        0900h - 1600h   Sinhala-00-English      Lectures, Experiential exercises, Individual and Group Assignments      LKR. 30,000/- + Reg.1000/-      Colombo        
  347. 340     CTC0084         There are many different careers in business, few offer as much potential for personal achievement and independent wealth creation as starting or running own business. The course is designed to develop creativity, innovation, change perseverance and purposes fullness venturing to new business opportunities.    <ol> <li>Those who manage their own small and medium enterprises that require a formal education for growth and performance improvement</li> <li>Those who are planning to start their own businesses</li> <li>Those who have inherited business skills and to sharpen them with a formal management education</li> <li>People who are self employed</li> <li>Those who have completed school education and are looking forward to a sound career path</li> <li>Those who aspire to continue higher professional qualification</li> </ol>       <ol> <li> Small, Scale Enterprises and their Dynamic Nature</li> <li>Creativity Innovation and Entrepreneurship</li> <li>Researching and Analyzing Business Opportunities</li> <li>Human Resources Issues in New & Small Firms</li> <li>Managing the Operations, Business and Society</li> <li>Essential Understanding on Legal System</li> <li>Taxation and Dealing with the Bank</li> <li>Business Communicating Tools and Negotiation Strategies</li> <li>Financial Information & Management</li> <li>Corporate Entrepreneurship and Economic Analysis for Small Business</li> <li>Preparation of a Business Plan</li> <li>Starting a Small Business, Growth & Transition</li> </ol>                                                        
  348.                                         2 years         1700h-2000h (Two Weekdays),0900h-1600h (Sundays)        00-00-English   Lectures/Discussions/Group Exercises/Case Studies/Role Plays    LKR 520,000/= + LKR 2000/=(Reg  Colombo         Mr.Kolitha Ranawaka / Mr. Kulasooriya D M A
  349. 348     BSC0003         <ol> <li>To provide an opportunity to the students to obtain a world class degree</li> <li>To provide students with a solid conceptual and practical understanding of business management</li> <li>To facilitate the students for personal development and confidence building to meet the challenges of the modern day business</li> </ol>     <ol> <li>NIBM Diploma holders</li> <li>NIBM Higher Diploma in Business Management </li> </ol>   <ol> <li>Introduction to Accounting</li> <li>Management Information Systems</li> <li>Managing Change</li> <li>Project Management</li> <li>International Business</li> <li>HRM Strategy and Policy</li> <li>Business Policy</li> <li>Management of Organizations</li> <li>Electronic Commerce</li> <li>Critical Issues in IR & HRM</li> <li>Human Resource Development</li> <li>Workplace Practice</li> </ol>    2 years         1700h-2000h(Weekdays),0900h-1600h (Sundays)     00-00-English   Lectures/Discussions/Group Exercises/Case Studies/Role Plays    LKR 520,000/= + LKR 2000/=(Reg  Colombo         Mr. Kulasooriya D M A
  350. 350     CTC0087         To train the participants to fulfill the emerging requirements in the software industry by providing a thorough knowledge of the current technologies used.     Past students of the Certificate Course in JAD. For those who are fammiliar with Java Language  <ol> <li>Introduction to J2EE</li> <li>System Architecture Design using Erwin / Visio</li> <li>Oracle 9i</li> <li>Web Core Technologies, Servelets and JSP (Specification with Forwarding)</li> <li>JDBC / SQL / Ant / JUnit / Version Control</li> <li>Web-tier Secrity</li> <li>Web Services / XML / XSTL / RMI</li> <li>Design Patterns and Best Practices</li> <li>Struts 2</li> <li>Java Server Faces (JSF)</li> <li>Other web-tier Frameworks</li> <li>EJB 2.x</li> <li>Java EE 5 / EJB 3.0 / JPA</li> <li>Spring Framework</li> <li>Hibernate</li> <li>Portal and Portlet</li> </ol>     3½ Months (14 Weeks)   Saturdays 0830 Hrs - 1630 Hrs   00-00-English   Lectures/Demonstrations/Practicals/Assignments  LKR 25,000      Colombo-00-00   Mr. C C B Wijesinghe
  351. 352     DIP0030         The Advanced Diploma in Project Management is an interactive and critically informative programme, engaging participants from all professions and disciplines equally. The course content mirrors and compliments the ever changing theoretical body of knowledge within project management and reinforces their professional codes of conduct  <li>A/L qualification with more than 3 Years Working Experience </li> Or <li>Those who have followed Computer Aided Project Management </li>    <ul> <li>Principles of Project Management </li> <li>Project Procurement </li> <li>Integration, Scope and Risk Management. </li> <li>Time, Cost and Quality Management </li> <li>Related Legal and Contractual Procedure for Projects </li> <li>Project Feasibility and Selection </li> <li>Human Resources and Communication Management </li> <li>Applied Project Management </li> <li>Project Management Competency and Ethics </li> <li>Research Techniques in Project Management </li> <li>Conflict Management, Dealing with Clients in Projects and project Environment Management </li> <li>Strategic Management in Projects </li> <li>Information Technology in Project Management Including MS Project </li> <li>Garment Sector Project Evaluation Methods </li> <li>Project Audit and Termination </li> </ul>   1 year  0900h - 1600h ( Sundays )       00-00-English   Lectures from Industry Experts, Exercises, Assignments and Project Report.      LKR. 90,000/- + Reg 2000/-      Colombo         Ms. Chami Jayaweera
  352. 355     CTC0089         Familiarize the participants with basic operations management concepts for improvements.        Those who want to enhance their- knowledge on operations management.    Module I: Designing the Operating System Introduction to Operations Management Work Organization & Job Design Process Selection & Design Design of Operations Network Facility Layout Module II : Managing the Supply Chain Demand Management (Forecasting) Supply Chain Management Inventory Management Operations Scheduling MRP&ERP Module III: Ensuring Quality & Improve Quality Management Statistical Process Control    04 Months       0830 h - 1700 h         00-00-English   Presentations / Discussions / Group Work Medium                 Colombo-00-00  
  353. 360     WKS0101         Familiarize participants how to computerize a Vehicle Transport Management System and implement it in an organization.  Administrative and Technical Personal Who are involved in vehicles operations and maintenance.  <ul> <li>Transportation Techniques</li> <li>Coding and Grouping Vehicles</li> <li>Designing a Relational Database to Store Basic Data<br> <pre> -Vehicles and selected major Assemblies -Run Chart Data -Fuel Purchases and Other Expenses -Preventive Maintenance Plane based on Km / Run -Accidents, Breakdowns and Spare Parts Fitted to Vehicles -Personnel using/driving the vehicles assigned to them</pre> </li> <li>Explanation of Written Computer Programs and Their Outputs<br> <pre> -Km run for a period (month) wise. �� -History of Vehicles ( Repairs and Other Expenditure) �� -Monthly Cost of Operation and Maintenance Vehicle wise. �� -Transport cost Job Number or Dept. wise -A CD that contains the system will be given.</pre> �</li> </ul>     --      --      00-00-English   --      LKR 11,000/-    Colombo         --
  354. 362     WKS0102         </br><ul> <li>Enhancement of quality of product or service [Q]</li> <li>Reduction of unit cost [C]</li> <li>Delivery on time [D]</li> </ul>     </br>Recommended for all employees who support other departments or functions within the organization.</br></br>        <ul> <li>Quality life through Quality work for all internal customers</li> <li>Value creation through excellent internal customer service </li> <li>Streamlining the workflow by identifying internal customers</li> <li>Managing expectations by balancing the work flow to avoid interdepartmental conflicts</li> <li>Managing across the departmental borders</li> <li>Activate productive interdepartmental communication</li> <li>Right environment for service excellence.</li> <li>Innovative problem solving </li> <li>Deal professionally with difficult internal customers and situations </li> <li>Handle emotions on the job </li> <li>Handling internal customer complaints </li> <li>Clarify individual`s role in customer interactions </li> <li>Establish internal customer trust and rapport </li> <li>Telephone and email etiquette </li> <li>Listening skills </li> </ul>    Two-Day Seminar         0900 h - 1700 h         00-00-English   Two-day seminar. Highly interactive. Group discussion, lecture, self-assessments and group learning     LKR 6,500/- per Participant     Colombo         Mr. N.R. Asoka De Silva
  355. 364     DIP0032         <BR> * To equip candidates with the theory and applications of general insurance, life insurance and risk management. <BR> * To develop candidates professional skills. <BR> * To create an image of the profession by offering a nationally and internationally accepted qualification in insurance.   <BR> * A/L qualification with more than 3 Years Working Experience      <BR> * Principles of Insurance & Its universal Practices <BR> * Business Economics <BR> * Managing Insurance Broker Companies <BR> * Insurance & Risk Management <BR> * Claims Management <BR> * Property Insurance & Life Underwriting <BR> * Legal Framework and Legal Aspects of Insurance. <BR> * Insurance and Risk Management     One Year and 3months    09:00 hrs-16:00hrs (Saturdays)  00-00-English   Lectures, Group Discussions, Case Studies, Self-Assessments and Group Learning  LKR 98,000/- + Reg 500/=        Colombo         Mr. D.M.A.K.Kulasooriya
  356. 365     WKS0103         This course is ideal for any employee of an organization who desires to or is required to know about Six Sigma and its DMAIC methodology without spending the time, effort and expense necessary for Green and Black Belt certification.The Six Sigma Yellow Belt course is for people who are going to be involved in a Six Sigma project Champion or a Project Member.                Certification programme includes the following<br /> <ol> <li>Six Sigma Introduction</li> <li>Understanding variability</li> <li>Process basics</li> <li>Defining Customer Value</li> <li>Cost of Poor Quality</li> <li>Identify Six Sigma Projects and developing a project charter</li> <li>DMAIC overview</li> <li>Critical to Quality requirements</li> <li>SIPOC diagrams</li> <li>Collecting data</li> <li>Basic data analysis�Pareto,histograms and run charts</li> <li>Cause and effect � Ishikawa diagrams</li> <li>Identifying, evaluating and developing solutions</li> <li>FMEA risk analysis</li> <li>Statistical Process Control overview</li> </ol>  Two Days        0900 h to 1600 h        00-00-English   Leactures / Projects    LKR18,000/- per Participant     Colombo         Mr.D.M.A Kulasooriya
  357. 370     CTC0092         This is designed for students who wish to improve their English Language skills.        Job seekers, Students and Employed people who wish to improve their English Language skills     <ol> <li>English Grammar & Vocabulary</li> <li>English Communication skills</li> <li>Reading Comprehension</li> <li>Writing Skills</li> <li>English Drama & Poetry</li> </ol>   04 Months (96 Hrs)      0900 h to 1600 h(Friday)        00-00-English   Lectures/Discussions/Student Presentation/Course work   LKR 20,000/- + Reg 250/-        Colombo-00-00   Ms. Chulani Senarathna
  358. 371     WKS0105                 Management Representatives and Executives of the ISO 9001:2000 certified companies      <lo> <li>Attributes of Quality Leadership: Path finding, Aligning, Empowering, Modeling</li> <li>Introduction of the changers and transition to ISO 9001:2008 </li> <li>The implication of these changes and how they would impact business </li> <li>Value creation through adoption of ISO 9001:2008</li> <li>Implementation of ISO 9001: 2008 Quality Management System< <li> </lo>  02 days         9000 Hrs - 1600 Hrs     00-00-English   Group discussions/Lecture/Self Assignments/Group learning Activities    LKR 6500/-      Colombo-00-00   Mr. N.R. Asoka De Silva
  359. 373     WKS0107         <lo> <li>Improve Quality, reduced Cost and meet Delivery deadlines.</li> <li>Develop talents to manage the supply chain effectively and efficiently</li> <li>Find strategic solution for the current crisis situation and for their heavy workload.</li> <li>Develop right attitude for their new responsibilities and KPIs� for the current crisis situation.</li> <li>Make continual improvement for sustainable productivity growth.</li> </o>     Merchandisers and other executives dealing with the supply Chain.       <lo> <li>Principles of supply chain management and merchandising.</li> <li>Identification of the roles in the supply chain management, merchandising and their functions.</li> <li>Elements of supply chain management and merchandising.</li> <li>How to create an effective supply chain management environment to face the current crisis situation.</li> <li>Benefits of effective supply chain management.</li> <li>Relationship between supply chain management & merchandising.</li> <li>Business focus and merchandising</li> <li>Merchandising activities pertaining to the apparel industry.</li> <li>Comprehension of issues pertaining to a given order.</li> <li>Effective and efficient merchandising.</li> <li>Merchandising and sustainable productivity growth.</li> </lo>     One-Day         9000 Hrs - 1600 Hrs     00-00-English   One-day workshop. Highly interactive/Group discussion/Lectures/Self-assessment and Group Learning ac    LKR 4,500/=     Colombo-00-00   Mr. N.R. Asoka De Silva
  360. 375     WKS0109         <lo> <li>Build quality leadership</li> <li>Streamline the workflow to delight the customers</li> <li>Sustainable profitability enhancement through the adoption of ISO 9001: 2008</li> <li>Understand the changes to ISO 9001</li> <li>Effective implementation of the changes</li> <li>Prepare for recertification </li> <li>Take the advantage of being the first to get certified with ISO 9001 : 2008 versions</li> <li>Quality life through Quality work for all employees</li> <li>Enable to handle conflicts professionally and avoid their recurrence by setting proper vision, goals and systems </li> </lo>   Management Representatives and Executives of the ISO 9001:2000 certified companies Group discussions/Lecture/Self Assignments/Group learning Activities         <lo> <li>Attributes of Quality Leadership: Path finding, Aligning, Empowering, Modeling</li> <li>Introduction of the changers and transition to ISO 9001:2008 </li> <li>The implication of these changes and how they would impact business </li> <li>Value creation through adoption of ISO 9001:2008</li> <li>Implementation of ISO 9001: 2008 Quality Management System </li> </lo>  2 full Days     9000 Hrs - 1600 Hrs     00-00-English   Lectures / Practical Sessions / Assignments and Evaluation Tests        LKR 6500/-      Colombo         Mr. N.R. Asoka De Silva
  361. 376     WKS0110         Familiarize participants how to implement a computerized planned maintenance system     Engineers and Technical personnel who are involved in maintenance work. Also Computer Programmers with Visual Basic Language knowledge.         <lo>Coding of fixed assets such as machinery, equipment and buildings</lo> <lo>Designing a Relational Database to store the basic data on the following:</lo> <lo> <li>fixed assets</li> <li>Preventive maintenance plan and schedule based on calendar weeks or running hours</li> <li>breakdowns and repairs on equipment and buildings</li></lo> <lo>Explanation of the written computer programs to obtain various outputs such as </lo> <lo> <li> weekly PM jobs to be done machine wise</li> <li>History of an asset</li> <li> Failure analysis reports</li></lo> <lo>The CD that will be given to participants will contain the following:</lo> <li>Computer program (with source code) written in Visual Basic 6.0</li> <li>A User Document of the system.</li> </lo>   3 half days during week days    9000 Hrs - 1200 Hrs     00-00-English   Lectures / Practical Sessions / Assignments and Evaluation Tests        LKR 11,000/= Per Participant    Colombo-00-00   Mr. H.H.L Amarasinghe
  362. 377     WKS0111         Familiarize participants how to implement a computerized planned maintenance system     Engineers and Technical personnel who are involved in maintenance work. Also Computer Programmers with Visual Basic Language knowledge.         <lo>Coding of fixed assets such as machinery, equipment and buildings</lo> <lo>Designing a Relational Database to store the basic data on the following:</lo> <lo> <li>fixed assets</li> <li>Preventive maintenance plan and schedule based on calendar weeks or running hours</li> <li>breakdowns and repairs on equipment and buildings</li></lo> <lo>Explanation of the written computer programs to obtain various outputs such as </lo> <lo> <li> weekly PM jobs to be done machine wise</li> <li>History of an asset</li> <li> Failure analysis reports</li></lo> <lo>The CD that will be given to participants will contain the following:</lo> <li>Computer program (with source code) written in Visual Basic 6.0</li> <li>A User Document of the system.</li> </lo>   3 half days during week days    9000 Hrs - 1200 Hrs     00-00-English   Lectures / case study / Assignments and Evaluation Tests        LKR 11,000/= Per Participant    Colombo         Mr. H.H.L Amarasinghe
  363. 379     DIP0034         <lo>After successful completion of the programme, participants should be able to</lo> <lo> <li>Develop a comprehensive understand of the organization and the business environment in which it operates</li> <li>Broaden the knowledge required to maintain a high standard of performance in all secretarial practices</li> <li>Recognize the role of a secretary as a part of the organizational team and develop skills for enhancing service provision</li> <li>Identify and develop the attitudes of a top of the range executive secretary</li> </lo>             <lo> <li>General Management</li> <li>Business Communication</li> <li>Office Management & Administration Skills</li> <li>Secretarial and Office Logistics</li> <li>Business Etiquettes and Social Behavior</li> <li>Personal Effectiveness</li> <li>Office Finance</li> <li>Business Law and Industrial Relations</li> <li>Project Management - Theory and Applications</li> <li>Office Technology and Information Processing</li> <li>Project Report</li> </lo>         One Year (Sundays)      0900 h�1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures, Discussions, Individual & Group work,& Case Studies   LKR 75,000/- + Reg 500/-        Colombo        
  364. 381     DIP0036         <lo>At the end of the programme, participants will be able to</lo> <lo> <li>Gain a comprehensive knowledge of the skills and techniques required to be an effective secretary</li> <li>Learn the vital skills and knowledge to improve the overall administration within your office, or organization</li> <li>Qualify for Advanced Diploma in Secretarial Practices conducted by National Institute of Business Management</li> </lo>          <lo> <li>Role of Secretary</li> <li>Effective Customer Care</li> <li>Introduction to Office Management </li> <li>Record Management</li> <li>Effective Communication</li> <li>Modern Written Communication (Letters/ Memos/ Circulars etc) </li> <li>Meeting Techniques</li> <li>Presentation Techniques</li> <li>Office Management</li> <li>Interview Skills</li> <li>Telephone etiquette</li> <li>MS Office Package</li> <li>Manuscript</li> <li>Negotiation Skills</li> <li>5s for Office</li> <li>Stress Management</li> <li>Time Management</li> <li>Effective Public Relations</li> </lo>  06 Months (Saturday)    1530 h - 1830h  00-00-English   Lectures, Discussions, Individual & Group work  LKR 30,000/= +1000/=    Colombo         Mr. Samira Wijayasiri
  365. 384     DIP0039         <lo> <li> To provide the participant with an opportunity of acquiring theoretical knowledge in advertising & Marketing</li> <li>Get good background about Multimedia related concepts and Theories.</li> <li>To improve knowledge of multimedia software tools</li> </lo>       A/L qualification with more than 3 Years Working Experience     <br><lo> <li>Communication Mix (Adverstising) </li> <li>Digital Image & Image Manipulation (Photoshop,illustrator, corel painter, Indesign, matte painting)</li> <li>Life Drawing</li> <li>Writing for Commercial Arts and film study</li> <li>Digital Animation (flash, toonboon animation, 3D max, Z-Brash, E-on)</li> <li>Digital Video Production (After Effect, Premier, Nuke Composition)</li> <li>Web Designing & Development </li> <li>Multimedia Project (Final Project)</li> </lo><br>        1 Year (One Day per Week)       1230 h 1845 h (Sundays)         00-00-English   Lectures, Demonstrations & Computer Practical   LKR 90,000/- + Reg 2000/-       Colombo         Mr.Nadeep Tharanga
  366. 387     CTC0095         <lo>At the end of the programme, the participants will be able to</lo> <lo> <li>Undertake higher organizational responsibilities in the field of laboratory management</li> <li>Implement & improve the level of productivity & quality of laboratory functions</li> </lo>      Those who are already involved in laboratory management functions       <lo> <li>ISO Standards for Laboratory Management</li> <li>Quality Infrastructure</li> <li>Functional Elements Relevant to Personnel, Equipment & Safety</li> <li>Management of the Laboratory</li> <li>Calibration & Equipment Management</li> <li>Supplies Management & Costing</li> <li>Sampling & Interpretation of Results</li> <li>Measurement System Analysis (MSA)</li> <li>Statistical Evaluation & Computer Applications</li> <li>Practical Sessions</li> <li>Project Report</li> </lo>        32 Lecture Sessions     0900 h�1200   00-00-English   Presentations, Discussions, Group Work, Practical Sessions,     LKR.30,000 + Reg 500/-  Colombo        
  367. 392     WKS0114         <lo> <li>By the end of the programme participants will be able to write effective letters using modern letter formats & language</li> </lo>     <lo> <li>Secretaries / Clerical grade staff of Private Sector and Management Assistants of Public Sector </li> </lo>    <lo> <li>Memoranda</li> <li>Memo type reports</li> <li>Modern Letter Formats</li> <li>Letter writing practice sessions</li> <li>Drafting effective letters</li> <li>Stylistic errors in letters</li> <li>Effective punctuation for letters</li> </lo>   02 Days         0900 hr to 1600         00-00-English   Presentations / Group work / Discussions        LKR 6500/- per participant      Colombo         Mr. Samira Wijayasiri
  368. 393     WKS0115         <lo> <li>By the end of the programme participants will be able to make effective Professional Presentations</li> </lo>                                  00-00-English                   Colombo-00-00  
  369. 395     WKS0117         <lo> <li>By the end of the programme participants will be able to make effective Professional Presentations</li> </lo>  <li>Executives of Public & Corporate Sector Organizations / Officers of the Services </li> </lo>        <lo> <li>Format of a Presentation</li> <li>Effective Visual Aids</li> <li>Delivery</li> <li>Effective Body Language</li> <li>Proxemics</li> <li>Paralinguistics</li> <li>Chronemics</li> <li>Effective use of Language</li> </lo>       02 Days         0900 hr to 1600         00-00-English   Video Presentations / Presentations / Group Work / Discussions  LKR 6500/- per participant      Colombo         Mr. Samira Wijayasiri
  370. 401     WKS0123         <lo> <li>To get the most out of Minitab�s data & statistical tools</li> <li>To get you up & run quickly with Minitab to help solve practical problems</li> </lo>      For executives & Managers of Manufacturing & Service Organizations & those interested in learning Minitab & Statistics  <lo> <li>Day 1 � Minitab Training �The Basics�</li> <li>Day 2 � Minitab Training �Basic Statistics & Minitab�</li> <li>Day 3 � Minitab Training �Exploring relationships in Minitab�</li> <li>Day 4 � Minitab Training �Statistical Process Control in Minitab�</li> <li>Day 4 � Minitab Training �Statistical Process Control in Minitab�</li> </lo>     5 Days  0900 hr to 1600         00-00-English   Leactures / Projects    LKR.18,000/     Colombo-00-00   Mr.Kulasooriya D.M.A
  371. 402     WKS0124         <ul> <li>Develop competency in using Excel for business application</li> </ul>  Those who seek to learn Advanced Excel for use in a business environment        <ul> <li>Basic Formulas</li> <li>Filtering</li> <li>Vlookup, Hlookup, Index</li> <li>Working with forms</li> <li>Date and Time Formulas</li> <li>Database Functions</li> <li>Statistical Analysis</li> <li>Advanced Formulas & other advanced features with pivot tables</li> <li>Trend Analysis & Graphs</li> <li>Scenario Analysis</li> <li>Financial Functions (with IRR</li> <li>Financial Statement Analysis</li> </ul>    02 Days         0900 hr to 1600         00-00-English   �Hands - on� Training, using a mixture of tutor-led demonstrations and individual work at the PC    LKR 6500/=      Colombo-00-00  
  372. 403     WKS0125         <ul> <li>Develop competency in using Excel for business application</li> </ul>  Those who seek to learn Advanced Excel for use in a business environment        <ul> <li>Basic Formulas</li> <li>Filtering</li> <li>Vlookup, Hlookup, Index</li> <li>Working with forms</li> <li>Date and Time Formulas</li> <li>Database Functions</li> <li>Statistical Analysis</li> <li>Advanced Formulas & other advanced features with pivot tables</li> <li>Trend Analysis & Graphs</li> <li>Scenario Analysis</li> <li>Financial Functions (with IRR)</li> <li>Financial Statement Analysis</li> </ul>   01 Days         0900 hr to 1600         00-00-English   �Hands - on� Training, using a mixture of tutor-led demonstrations and individual work at the PC    LKR 6500/=      Colombo         Mr.Nadeep Tharanga
  373. 405     WKS0127         <ul> <li>Have a new mindset to inspire trust among colleagues, leaders, direct reports</li> <li>Have a new skillset for synergetic communication</li> <li>Achieve the highest loyalty and contribution of their team members in achieving critical goals</li> <li>Gain insights on current, relevant leadership challenges through open discussion</li> <li>Gain the time and space to focus on the most</li> </ul>     Supervisors of Organizations    <ul> <li>Personal Excellence (Find your own greatness)</li> <li>Leadership Excellence (help others to find their greatness)</li> <li>Organizational Excellence (Institutionalized Focus & Execution)</li> <li>Personal Attributes: Vision, Discipline, Passion & Conscience</li> <li>Four Roles of Leadership: Path Finding, Alignment, Empowering & Modeling</li> <li>A new Mindset, a new skill set to perform the roles required to the new leader in the 21st Century</li> </ul>    01 Day  0900 hr to 1600         00-00-English   Group Discussions/ Lectures/ Self- Assignments /Group Leaning Activities        LKR 3000/=      Colombo         Mr.Asoka Silva
  374. 406     CTC0099         <ul> <li>At the end of this programme, the participants should be able to acquire necessary counseling skills for managing people in the organisation</li> </ul>        <ul> <li>Managers, HR Managers, Executives, School Teachers, University Students</li> <li>Those who are interested in expanding their knowledge in counseling</li> </ul>                04 Months       1630h - 1930h   00-00-English                   00-00-00        
  375. 407     CTC0100         <ul> <li>Provide a theoretical knowledge and skills training for intervention through a practical field component under supervision</li> <li>Understand the different models of counseling and develop skills to support people in dealing with difficult issues</li> <li>Obtain an excellent grounding required to specialize in a career in counseling</li> </ul>     <ul> <li>Managers, HR Managers, Executives, School Teachers, University Students</li> <li>Those who are interested in expanding their knowledge in counseling</li> </ul>        <BR>* Introduction to counseling <BR>* Code of ethics in counseling <BR>* Qualities of a counselor <BR>* Types of counseling <BR>* Counseling skills and competencies <BR>* Issues in personal and mental disorders <BR>* Stress management with therapies <BR>* Conflict management <BR>* Stages in the counseling process <BR>* Use of counseling in different work setting <BR>* Practical sessions <BR>* Project reports    05 Months       1530h - 1830h (Saturday)        Sinhala-Tamil-English   Interactive sessions with lectures/case discussions/Group therapy Simulation exercises/Brainstorming    LKR 30,000/= + Reg. 1000/-      Colombo         Ms.Ganga Karunathilaka
  376. 409     CTC0102         On successful completion of the programme the participants should be able to; <ul> <li>Understand key concepts and techniques of project management</li> <li>Design, plan, Implement and evaluate all forms of projects effectively using modern project management concepts, tools and techniques.</li> <li>Perform any project related duty effectively and efficiently in a project environment. </li> <li> Apply Microsoft Project Management Information system in planning, budgeting and resource allocation of projects.</li></ul>      <ul> <li>Graduates who wish to pursue a career in project Management.</li> <li>Project Managers who wish to develop their professional practice and gain a qualification in the area of project management. </li> </ul>         <ul> <li>Project Management Concepts and Project Initiation.</li> <li>Project Execution and Control.</li> <li>Project Management Information Systems.</li> <li>Project Planning and Scheduling.</li> <li>Project Building high Performance Project Teams</li> <li>Essential General Management Skills</li></ul>         04 Months       Sundays 1230h - 1830h   00-00-English   Lectures / Case Analysis / Group Work / Group Presentations / Assignments / Computer Applications       LKR.30,000/- + Reg. 1000/-      Colombo         Ms. Chami Praba Jayaweera
  377. 416     DIP0042         <Br>*By the end of the Diploma participants will be fluent in spoken & written English <Br>*The course provides a comprehensive Grammar knowledge for the students to be competent in using the language <Br>*n successful completion of the course participants will receive a Diploma in English, which is highly recognized locally & internationally <Br>*The participants will also acquire language skills required to be successful in a business environment    <Br>*School leavers <Br>*Job seekers <Br>*Those who wish to fluent in English   Starting from the basics, the course covers language skills & knowledge required for the participants to be fluent in using the language. <Br>*Effective speaking skills <Br>*Presentation skills <Br>*Speaking skills required for a business environment & professions <Br>*Basic Grammar <Br>*Advanced Grammar <Br>*Grammar for professionals writing & speaking <Br>*Business writing; Letters / Memos / Fax etc. <Br>*Reading skills for vocabulary & language development <Br>*IELTS & TOEFL Preparatory modules  1 Year  Friday 08.30 h - 16.30h         00-00-English   Lectures /Discussions/Presentations/Group work/Assignments      LKR 60,000/- + Reg 2000/-       Colombo         Mr. Samira Wijayasiri
  378. 422     WKS0128         Familiarize the participants with production management concepts that will contribute to making overall improvements.   Managers and Executives in production enterprises and those involved in managerial production process   * Production Systems</br> * Improving productivity by reducing waste</br> * Introduction to production costs and cost control</br> * Production planning and control</br> * Method Study & Process improvement</br> * Layout Planning</br> * Quality management</br> * Lean Manufacturing System</br> * Problem Analysis & Problem solving</br>         04 days         0900 hr to 1600         Sinhala-00-00   Lectures /Discussions/Presentations/Group work/Assignments      LKR 12,000/-    Colombo-00-00   Mr. Amarasinghe H H L
  379. 424     WKS0129         Information Security is not a technical issue only it is intertwined with organizational, managerial and social factors and processors. Becoming aware of these factors and knowing about how to ensure security will allow practitioners to look out for vulnerabilities as well as take necessary measures to prevent or reduce incidences of breaches.       This is intended for managers , those who are interested in learning more about security and those who intend to help other people become knowledgeable about data security or raise an awareness about security.       <ol> <li>Need for security � why?</li> <li>Goals of security � information assurance </li> <li>Brief overview of technical aspects</li> <ul> <li>Network Security</li> <li>Database Security</li> <li>Secure Software</li> </ul> <li>Intrusion detection and prevention</li> <li>Security planning</li> <li>Risk Management</li> <li>Personnel and planning</li> </ol>      01 Day  0900 hr to 1600         00-00-English   Lectures /Discussions/Presentations     LKR 5000/- per participant      Colombo        
  380. 425     CTC0106         This course is a study of using the computerized accounting systems to use various accounting functions, including financial transactions, records, statements, reports and documents to prepare a complete set of financial statements for the enterprise.     Individuals interested in pursuing a career in accounting, or Bookkeepers and Accountants who wish to broaden their knowledge of accounting software programs.  <Br> * Accpack ERP 5.5 <BR> * Peachtree 2010    6 Months        Friday 1300h - 1700h / Saturday 0900h � 1300h         00-00-English   Lectures /Discussions/Presentations     LKR 45,000/- + Reg 500/-        Colombo         Ms.T.G.R Kailashinie
  381. 426     BSC0006         <ol> <li>To prepare undergraduates to demonstrate conceptual knowledge in different disciplines that supports and facilitates lifelong learning</li> <li>To develop capabilities to translate acquired knowledge into business practices of different industries</li> <li>To develop the ability to understand & analyze business problems and to develop creative solutions</li> <li>To develop a strong sense of responsibility and commitment towards the development of the nation</li> </ol>       School Leavers (A/L Completed)  <ol> <li>Year - 01 �Foundation Year , LKR 100,000/-</li> <li>Year � 02 � Completion Year , LKR 100,000/-</li> <li>Year � 03 � Year Three , LKR 150,000/-</li> <li>Year � 04- Year Four , LKR 150,000/-</li> </ol>   04 Years (2+2)  Full Time(2 Years),Evening & Weekend (2 Years)  00-00-English   Lectures /Discussions/Presentations/Group work/Assignments      LKR 500,000/- + 2000/- (Reg)    Colombo-00-Kurunegala   Mr. Kulasooriya D M A/Ms. Leshika Samaraweera
  382. 427     BSC0007         <ol> <li>To develop an in-depth understanding of computer system designing and development</li> <li>To acquire a broad range of analytical skills, managerial capabilities, problem solving and communication skills</li> <li>To develop the ability to understand and analyze IT related business problems and to develop creative solutions</li> <li>To develop a strong sense of responsibility and commitment towards the development of the nation</li> </ol>      6 Passes at GCE O/L with 3 Credit Passes including English and Mathematics and 3 Passes at GCE A/L in one attempt       <ol> <li>Level 1(FT) � 9 Months coursework and 3 Months Project</li> <li>Level 2(FT) � 9 Months Coursework and 3 Months Project</li> <li>Level 3(PT) � 6 Months Coursework and 6 Months Industrial Training</li> <li>Level 4(PT) - 9 Months Coursework and 3 Months Project</li> </ol>    04 Years        09.00 am to 03.00 pm    00-00-English   Lectures /Discussions/Presentations/Group work/Assignments/Practicals/Projects  LKR 500,000/- + 2000/- (Reg)    Colombo         Mr.Asanka Amarasinghe
  383. 429     DIP0043         <Br>* By the end of the course participants will be fluent and competent in spoken and written language <Br>* The course provides a solid foundation in English grammar to be competent in using the language <Br>* Participants will be able to update their knowledge in modern Business writing and professional writing skills required in both Public and Private sectors <Br>* The module �English for Academic Purposes� will help the participants acquire language skills and knowledge required for postgraduate and higher studies <Br>* The course will train the participants to be competent in facing international English language tests like TOEFL, IELTS and SAT         Professionals of private and public sector      <lo> <li>Speaking skills for day-to-day communication</li> <li>Speaking skills required for a business environment and professions</li> <li>Presentation skills</li> <li>Introduction to English Grammar</li> <li>Advanced Grammar for effective speaking & writing</li> <li>Grammar for professional writing and speaking </li> <li>Business writing</li> <li>Professional writing </li> <li>Academic writing skills</li> <li>Reading skill for language & vocabulary development</li> <li>Academic reading skills</li> <li>Listening for language and vocabulary development</li> <li>TOEFL & IELTS listening skills </li> </lo>      01 Year         0900 to 1600 /WD 5.30 pm -8.30 pm       00-00-English   Lectures /Discussions/Presentations/Group work/Assignments      LKR 60,000/- + Reg 2000/-       Colombo         Mr. Samira Wijayasiri
  384. 433     WKS0130         <Br> *  Managers, divisional heads, and executives who handle functions other than HR function  <Br>* Provisions of Shop & Office Employees Act <Br>* Industrial Safety Laws <Br>* Laws pertaining to Remuneration <Br>* Legal issues of Termination & Termination Benefits     02 days         0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures/ Case study/ Games/ Group Presentations        LKR 7150.00/=   Colombo         Mr. J L Padmasiri Fernando
  385. 439     CTC0111         By the end of this qualification you should: <br /> <ol> <li>Understand the key functions of marketing and its role in an organization </li> <li>Know about the four Ps (product, price, place and promotion) and how to apply the marketing mix </li> <li>Understand more about customers and managing customer relationships </li> <li>Learn and develop techniques and skills pertinent to become a stylish marketer </li>   School leavers/ job seekers, Any person who has a passion for marketing         <ul> <li>Introduction to Marketing (Marketing Concept & Philosophies)<br> <li>Marketing Environment <br> <li>Marketing Information System - I<br> <li>Marketing Information System - II<br> <li>Consumer Buying Behavior <br> <li>Marketing Segmentation, Targeting & Positioning - I<br> <li>Marketing Segmentation, Targeting & Positioning - II<br> <li>Marketing Mix (Product) - I<br> <li>Marketing Mix (Product) - II<br> <li>Marketing Mix - Marketing Strategies for Services<br> <li>Marketing Mix - Pricing<br> <li>Marketing Mix - Distribution Channels<br> <li>Marketing Communications � Integrated Marketing Communication<br> <li>Marketing Communications - Advertising<br> <li>Marketing Communications � Personal Selling<br> <li>Marketing Communications � Sales Promotion & Public Relation<br> <li>Marketing Communications - Direct Marketing & E- Marketing      02 months       Mondays & Fridays � Full Time (9.00 am -4 .00 pm)     Sinhala-00-English      Discussions, Group work, Presentations  LKR 20,000/- per participant    Colombo         Mrs. Chulani Senarathna
  386. 440     BA0001  To offer well recognized Degree in Interior Design <BR>         O/L qualification with interior design qualifications, A/L with 3 Passes        <lo> <li>Introduction to Design 1</li> <li>Drawing 1,2,3,4</li> <li>History & Culture 1,2,3,4</li> <li>Measurement & Application 152</li> <li>Creative Studies </li> <li>General English</li> <li>Design 2,3</li> <li>Intro to Building Science & Construction </li> <li>Building Materials 152</li> <li>Communication Studies 1</li> <li>Building Construction</li> <li>CADD 1,2</li> <li>Foundation English 151,152</li> <li>Interior Design 4,5</li> <li>Technical Studies 1,2</li> <li>Professional Practice 221,222</li> <li>Practicum Experience</li> <li>Communication Principles 111</li> <li>Furniture Design 5</li> </lo>     3 Years         3Week days 0900h - 1600         00-00-English   Lectures / Practical Sessions / Assignments and Evaluation Tests        LKR 250,000/= + 2000/ reg       Colombo         Mr.D.M.A Kulasooriya/Mr.Nadeep Tharanga
  387. 442     CTC0112         <br>Those who wish to learn VB.Net programming to develop database applications in an organization. <br><br>After successful completion of the program, participants should be able to gain knowledge and skills needed for advanced programming using VB.NET, ASP.NET & MS SQL SERVER 2008.    Basic Computer Knowledge.       <ol> <li>Programming Fundamentals</li> <ul> <li>Object Oriented Programming</li> <li>Event driven Programming</li> </ul><br> <li>Introduction to Visual Basic.Net</li> <ul> <li>Components of the VB environment, building the interface</li> <li>Menu editor, multiple forms</li> <li>Database Programming Concepts (ER Diagrams/Relational Model Mapping/Normalization)</li> <li>Procedures / Functions</li> </ul><br> <li>Input Validation & Exception Handling</li> <li>Introduction to Database Design</li> <ul> <li>Database programming basics</li> <li>Database design using MS SQL Server </li> <li>Views, Stored Procedures, Triggers & Functions</li> <li>Backing up and restoring databases</li> </ul><br> <li>Data Access Options</li> <ul> <li>ActiveX Data Objects</li> <li>ADO.Net</li> <li>Concurrency control and conflict resolution</li> </ul><br> <li>Report Generation & Crystal Reports</li> <li>Advanced programming topics</li> <ul> <li>Web Application development with ASP.Net and ADO.Net</li> <li>XML Web Services</li> <li>Mobile Application Development</li> </ul><br> <li>Application compilation & creating setup files</li> <li>Creating Help Files</li> <li>Designing a complete menu driven application using ASP.Net / SQL SERVER 2008 / ADO.Net</li> </ol>      4 Months ( Saturdays )  0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures / Demonstrations & Practicals with Individual attention        LKR 30,000/= +1000/=(Reg)       Colombo         Mr. Rukshan Manchanayake
  388. 443     CTC0113         <ul> <li>The course provides an understanding of computer science fundamentals.</li> <li>The course helps students to decide whether to pursue higher studies in Computer Science.</li> <li>It also provides basic computer skills for work in Business Systems.</li> </ul>     <ul> <li>GCE O/L or A/L.</li> </ul>     <ol> <li>Principles of operation of CPU and storage devices.</li> <li>Number Systems and Data Representation.</li> <li>Functions and use of Operating Systems.</li> <ul> <li>MS DOS.</li> <li>MS Windows.</li> <li>LINUX.</li> </ul> <li>File Design, Organization and Access. </li> <li>Program Flow charts and Pseudo Codes.</li> <li>Boolean Algebra and Logic Gates.</li> <li>Introduction to programming.</li> <ul> <li>Languages : C and Visual Basic. </li> </ul> <li> Introduction to Web Design.</li> <li>Introduction to SQL using Oracle.</li> <li>Use of PC Software:</li> <ul> <li>MS Word.</li> <li>MS PowerPoint.</li> <li>MS Excel.</li> <li>MS Access.</li> </ul> </ol>        4 Months (Weekday-Tuesdays) or (Weekend-Sundays)        From 0900 to 1600, Practices: 2/3 hours per week        00-00-English   Lectures / Practicals / Assignments and Evaluation Test.        LKR 25,000/= + LKR 1000/=(Reg   00-00-00-Galle  Mr. Thepul Ginige
  389. 445     DIP0044         <ul> <li> The Course provides the knowledge in Computer Programming and Systems Analysis & Design to Work in Business and Industrial Environments. </li> </ul>  <ul> <li> 2 Passes at GCE A/L or </li>  <ol> <li>Introduction to Computer Science.</li> <li>Quantitative Techniques for Computing.</li> <li>Data Structures and C Language.</li> <li>Computer Technology. </li> <li>OOP with C++.</li> <li>Database Management Systems.</li> <li>Computer Architecture.</li> <li>Internet Technology.</li> <li>System Software. </li> <li>Programming in Visual Basic.NET. </li> <li>Programming in JAVA.</li> <li>Business Information Systems.</li> <li>Systems Analysis and Design.</li> <li>Systems Design Project.</li> </ol>      1 Year (Full Time)      0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures / Practicals / Assignments and Evaluation Tests        LKR 110,000/= + LKR 2000/=(Reg  00-00-00-Galle  Mr. Thepul Ginige
  390. 449     CTC0115         After successful completion of the programme, participants should be able to:<br /> <ol> <li>Understand and explain the theoretical aspects of management</li> <li>Function effectively in coordinating functional areas of the organizations</li> </ol>        For Junior and Middle Level Executives in Private and Public Sector Organizations       <ol> <li>Principles of Management</li> <li>Human Resource Management</li> <li>Business Statistics</li> <li>Business Economics</li> <li>Financial Management</li> <li>Marketing Management</li> <li>Operations Management</li> <li>Supplies & Materials Management</li> <li>Management information Systems & Business Internet</li> <li>Productivity Improvements</li> <li>Strategic Management</li> </ol>       4 Months        0900h - 1600h   00-00-English   Lectures/Case Studies/Group Exercises etc.      LKR.30,000/- + Reg 1000/-       00-00-00-Galle  Ms. Randima De Silva
  391. 451     DIP0045         After successful completion of the programme, participants should be able to: <br> <br>* Understand the conceptual knowledge and practices applicable to all aspects of Human Resource Management in an organization <br>* Enhance the skills to implement and perform the Human Resources functional activities efficiently and effectively in an organization         <BR>Persons related to HRM functions, Satisfying the following Entry Requirements<ul> <li>A/L qualification with more than 3 Years Working Experience </li> or <li>Those who have followed Advanced Certificate in Human Resource Management </li> </ul>        <br>* Management Theory & Organization <br>* Manpower Planning <br>* Employee Compensation Package <br>* Behavioral Dimension of an Organization <br>* Career Management & Development <br>* Strategic Management Process in HRM <br>* Strategic Industrial Relations <br>* Legal Environment of Human Resource Management <br>* Quantitative Techniques & Information Technology in HRM <br>* Employee Services <br>* Work Place Health, Safety and quality of work life <br>* Multi-disciplinary approach to HRM � Finance, Marketing & Productivity Enhancement <br>* Method of Personnel Research and Independent Study   One Year (Saturday)     0900h - 1600h   00-00-English   Lectures / Case Studies / Discussions / Exercises       LKR.90,000/- + Reg 2000/-       00-00-00-Galle  Ms. L. Samaraweera
  392. 453     FND0004         At the end of the programme the participant should be able to :<br /> <br /> * Understand the basic concepts and practice and practices of HRM applied in modern organizations today<br /> * Identity, develop and apply a range of interpersonal organizational and Human Resource functional skills that are applicable for a career in Human Resource Management<br /> * Obtain and excellent grounding required to specialize in a career in Human Resource Management<br /> * Acquire skills and knowledge required for effective planning of their career in order to achieve your life goals<br />       School Leavers, Students awaiting University, Job Seekers       * Introduction to Business<br /> * Principles of Management<br /> * Organizational Environment <br /> * HRM Process<br /> * Leadership<br /> * Group Dynamics<br /> * HRM Planning<br /> * Job Analysis<br /> * Recruitment and Selection<br /> * Training and Development<br /> * Motivation<br /> * Performance Management<br /> * Compensation Management<br /> * Employee Safety and Health<br /> * Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures<br /> * Termination of Employment <br /> * IT for HRM <br /><br /> Next Steps :<br /> * Advanced Certificate in Human Resource Management<br /> * Advanced National Diploma in Human Resource Management  10 Weeks(Tuesdays)      0900 h - 1300 h         00-00-English   Lectures/ Case Analysis/ Group Work/ Group Participation        LKR. 20,000/- + 500/-(Reg)      00-00-00-Galle  Ms. Randima De Silva
  393. 455     CTC0118         By the end of the course participants will be confident in using English in day to day communication    Those who wish to improve their English Language skills or seeking employment   <ol> <li>Speaking skills for day to day communication</li> <li>Grammar for speaking & writing skills</li> <li>Reading for vocabulary building & comprehension</li> <li>Writing skills for career purposes</li> <li>Listening & Pronunciation </li> </ol>        04 Months(Full Time) 06 Months (Part Time)      Full Time(0900-1600) Part Time (1300-1700)      00-00-English   Lectures/Discussions/Student Presentation/Course work   LKR 25,000/- + Reg 1000/-       00-00-00-Galle  Ms W.A.P Udeshinee
  394. 456     CTC0119         Upon completion of the programme the participants will be able to, <BR>* Equip themselves to undertake higher organizational responsibilities in the field of HRM <BR>* Confront effectively issues related to HRM <BR>* Qualify for National Diploma in Human Resource Management conducted by NIBM    Those who wish to embark on a career in Human Resource Management       Module 1 <ol> <li>Introduction to Management</li> <li>Business Environment in Sri Lanka</li> <li>HRM Process</li> </ol> Module 2 - Organizational Behavior <ol> <li>Concepts of Motivation</li> <li>Leadership in organizations</li> <li>Communication</li> <li>Group Dynamics</li> <li>Interpersonal Relationship</li> </ol> Module 3 - Key result areas in HRM <ol> <li>Elements of Manpower Planning</li> <li>Recruitment Selection & Induction</li> <li>Grievances Handling</li> <li>Training and Development</li> <li>Performance Management </li> <li>Elements of Industrial Relations</li> <li>Disciplinary Procedures</li> <li>Record Management</li> <li>Employee Health & Safety</li> <li>Welfare and Benefit Services</li> </ol> Module 4 - Essential skills required in HRM <ol> <li>Basic Quantitative Techniques</li> <li>Human Resources Information Systems</li> <li>Presentation Skills</li> <li>Case study</li> <li>Project Report</li> </ol>         04 Month        0900h - 1600h   Sinhala-00-English      Lectures, Experiential exercises, Individual and Group Assignments      LKR. 30,000/- + Reg.1000/-      00-00-00-Galle  Ms. Randima De Silva
  395. 457     DIP0046         <Br>*By the end of the Diploma participants will be fluent in spoken & written English <Br>*The course provides a comprehensive Grammar knowledge for the students to be competent in using the language <Br>*n successful completion of the course participants will receive a Diploma in English, which is highly recognized locally & internationally <Br>*The participants will also acquire language skills required to be successful in a business environment    <Br>*School leavers <Br>*Job seekers <Br>*Those who wish to fluent in English   Starting from the basics, the course covers language skills & knowledge required for the participants to be fluent in using the language. <Br>*Effective speaking skills <Br>*Presentation skills <Br>*Speaking skills required for a business environment & professions <Br>*Basic Grammar <Br>*Advanced Grammar <Br>*Grammar for professionals writing & speaking <Br>*Business writing; Letters / Memos / Fax etc. <Br>*Reading skills for vocabulary & language development <Br>*IELTS & TOEFL Preparatory modules  1 Year  Friday 09.00 h - 16.00h         00-00-English   Lectures /Discussions/Presentations/Group work/Assignments      LKR 60,000/- + Reg 2000/-       00-00-00-Galle  Mr. Samira Wijayasiri
  396. 458     BSC0008         <ol> <li>To provide an opportunity to the students to obtain a world class degree</li> <li>To provide students with a solid conceptual and practical understanding of business management</li> <li>To facilitate the students for personal development and confidence building to meet the challenges of the modern day business.</li> </ol>    <ol> <li>NIBM Diploma holders</li> <li>NIBM Higher Diploma in Business Management </li> </ol>   <ol> <li>Financial Management</li> <li>Management Information Systems</li> <li>Managing Change</li> <li>Project Management</li> <li>Internal Business</li> <li>HRM Strategy and Policy</li> <li>Business Policy</li> <li>Management of Organizations</li> <li>Electronic commerce</li> <li>International Marketing Management</li> <li>Operations and Technology Management</li> <li>Management Research Project</li> </ol>     2 years         1700h-2000h (Two Weekdays),0900h-1600h (Sundays)        00-00-English   Lectures/Discussions/Group Exercises/Case Studies/Role Plays    LKR 480,000/= + LKR 2000/=(Reg  00-00-00-Galle  Ms R Kailashini
  397. 459     BSC0009         <ol> <li>To prepare undergraduates to demonstrate conceptual knowledge in different disciplines that supports and facilitates lifelong learning</li> <li>To develop capabilities to translate acquired knowledge into business practices of different industries</li> <li>To develop the ability to understand & analyze business problems and to develop creative solutions</li> <li>To develop a strong sense of responsibility and commitment towards the development of the nation</li> </ol>       School Leavers (A/L Completed)  <ol> <li>Year - 01 �Foundation Year , LKR 100,000/-</li> <li>Year � 02 � Completion Year , LKR 100,000/-</li> <li>Year � 03 � Year Three , LKR 150,000/-</li> <li>Year � 04- Year Four , LKR 150,000/-</li> </ol>   04 Years (2+2)  Full Time 0900h-1600h   00-00-English   Lectures /Discussions/Presentations/Group work/Assignments      LKR 500,000/- + 2000/- (Reg)    00-00-00-Galle  Mrs Leshika Samaraweera
  398. 460     BSC0010         <ol> <li>To develop an in-depth understanding of computer system designing and development</li> <li>To acquire a broad range of analytical skills, managerial capabilities, problem solving and communication skills</li> <li>To develop the ability to understand and analyze IT related business problems and to develop creative solutions</li> <li>To develop a strong sense of responsibility and commitment towards the development of the nation</li> </ol>      6 Passes at GCE O/L with 3 Credit Passes including English and Mathematics and 3 Passes at GCE A/L in one attempt       <ol> <li>Level 1(FT) � 9 Months coursework and 3 Months Project</li> <li>Level 2(FT) � 9 Months Coursework and 3 Months Project</li> <li>Level 3(PT) � 6 Months Coursework and 6 Months Industrial Training</li> <li>Level 4(PT) - 9 Months Coursework and 3 Months Project</li> </ol>    04 Years        09.00 am to 15.30 pm    00-00-English   Lectures /Discussions/Presentations/Group work/Assignments/Practicals/Projects  LKR 500,000/- + 2000/- (Reg)    00-00-00-Galle  Mr. Thepul Ginige
  399. 461     CTC0120         <ul> <li> To acquire the Knowledge and skill in computer hardware techniques. </li> </ul>       Those who are interested in learning Computer Hardware from basics.     <ol> <li>Introduction to Computers</li> <ul> <li>Introduction to Computer Basics<li> <li>Main parts of Computer System and System Unit</li> </ul> <li>Assembling a Computer</li> <ul> <li>Power supply, casing, mother board form factors</li> <li>Mother board settings and connections</i> <li>Hard Disk, Floppy and CD ROM Drivers</li> <li>Processor assemblies, System BIOS</li> </ul> <li>Software Installation</li> <ul> <li>Introduction to Operating Systems</li> <li>Types of Operating Systems</li> <li>Hard Disk maintenance</li> <li>Software Installation</li> </ul> <li>Computer Networks</li> <ul> <li>Fundamental Networking Conecpts, Types of Networks</li> <li>Hardware Platform : Servers and Workstations</li> <li>Software Platform</li> <li>Ethernet Standards</li> <li>Connecting Media</li> <li>Setting up Local Area Networks</li> <li>Peer to Peer networks</li> <li>Wireless LAN s</li> </ul> <li>Troubleshooting</li> <ul> <li>Troubleshooting process</li> <li>Using POST and BIOS for troubleshooting</li> <li>Troubleshooting resource conflicts</li> <li>Troubleshooting Devices</li> <li>Diagnostic Utilities</li> </ul> </ol>       10 Weeks        From 09:00 to 16:00     00-00-English   Lectures / Demonstrations / Practicals  LKR 25,000/- + 1000/- (Reg)     00-00-00-Galle  Mr. Thepul Ginige
  400. 462     FSE0001                 School Leavers (A/L Completed)                          00-00-English   Lectures /Discussions/Presentations/Group work/Assignments      Free    Colombo        
  401. 463     FSE0002         <ol> <li>To prepare undergraduates to demonstrate conceptual knowledge in different disciplines that supports and facilitates lifelong learning</li> <li>To develop capabilities to translate acquired knowledge into business practices of different industries</li> <li>To develop the ability to understand & analyze business problems and to develop creative solutions</li> <li>To develop a strong sense of responsibility and commitment towards the development of the nation</li> </ol>       School Leavers (A/L Completed)  ��  ��  ��11 JAN 2011 5.30 pm       00-00-English   Lectures /Discussions/Presentations/Group work/Assignments      Free    Colombo         �
  402. 464     FSE0003         --      School Leavers (A/L Completed)  ---     --      --      00-00-English   Lectures /Discussions/Presentations/Group work/Assignments      Free    Colombo         --
  403. 465     CTC0121         <ul> <li>The course provides an understanding of computer science fundamentals.</li> <li>The course helps students to decide whether to pursue higher studies in Computer Science.</li> <li>It also provides basic computer skills for work in Business Systems.</li> </ul>     <ul> <li>GCE O/L or A/L.</li> </ul>     <ol> <li>Principles of operation of CPU and storage devices.</li> <li>Number Systems and Data Representation.</li> <li>Functions and use of Operating Systems.</li> <ul> <li>MS DOS.</li> <li>MS Windows.</li> <li>LINUX.</li> </ul> <li>File Design, Organization and Access. </li> <li>Program Flow charts and Pseudo Codes.</li> <li>Boolean Algebra and Logic Gates.</li> <li>Introduction to programming.</li> <ul> <li>Languages : C and Visual Basic. </li> </ul> <li> Introduction to Web Design.</li> <li>Introduction to SQL using Oracle.</li> <li>Use of PC Software:</li> <ul> <li>MS Word.</li> <li>MS PowerPoint.</li> <li>MS Excel.</li> <li>MS Access.</li> </ul> </ol>        4 Months (Part Time)    From 0800 to 1600, Practices: 2/3 hours per week        00-00-English   Lectures / Practicals / Assignments and Evaluation Test.        LKR 25,000/- + 1000/- (Reg)     00-Kandy-Kurunegala     Mr. C. Rathnayake
  404. 466     DIP0047         <ul> <li> The Course provides the knowledge in Computer Programming and Systems Analysis & Design to Work in Business and Industrial Environments. </li> </ul>  <ul> <li> 2 Passes at GCE A/L or </li> <li> 5 Credits at GCE O/L including Maths and English or </li> <li> successfully completed the Certificate Course in Computer Science (CCS) at NIBM. </li> </ul>         <ol> <li>Introduction to Computer Science.</li> <li>Quantitative Techniques for Computing.</li> <li>Data Structures and C Language.</li> <li>Computer Technology. </li> <li>OOP with C++.</li> <li>Database Management Systems.</li> <li>Computer Architecture.</li> <li>Internet Technology.</li> <li>System Software. </li> <li>Programming in Visual Basic.NET. </li> <li>Programming in JAVA.</li> <li>Business Information Systems.</li> <li>Systems Analysis and Design.</li> <li>Systems Design Project.</li> </ol>      1 Year (Full Time)      0800 h - 1530 h         00-00-English   Lectures / Practicals / Assignments and Evaluation Tests        LKR 110,000/= + LKR 2000/=(Reg  00-Kandy-Kurunegala     Mr. C. Rathnayake
  405. 467     DIP0048         After successful completion of the program, participants should be able to apply the knowledge in Management of Information Systems     Successfully Followed the Diploma in Computer System Design     <ol> <li>Management Practices</li> <li>Software Engineering</li> <li>Data Structures and Algorithms</li> <li>Computer Networks</li> <li>Advance Data Base Management Systems</li> <li>Computer Architecture</li> <li>Object Oriented Programming and Design I</li> <li>Agile Software Development Practices</li> <li>Software Quality Assurance</li> <li>Data Warehousing and Data Mining</li> <li>Object Oriented Programming and Design II</li> <li>Business Statistics for Information Technology</li> <li>Distributed Processing</li> <li>Operational Research</li> <li>Software Development Project</li> </ol>     1 Year (Full Time)      From 0800 to 1530, Practices: 3 - 4 hours per week      00-00-English   Lectures / Practical Sessions / Assignments and Evaluation Tests        LKR 110,000/= + LKR 2000/=(Reg  00-00-Kurunegala        Mr. C. Rathnayake
  406. 468     BSC0011         <ol> <li>To develop an in-depth understanding of computer system designing and development</li> <li>To acquire a broad range of analytical skills, managerial capabilities, problem solving and communication skills</li> <li>To develop the ability to understand and analyze IT related business problems and to develop creative solutions</li> <li>To develop a strong sense of responsibility and commitment towards the development of the nation</li> </ol>      6 Passes at GCE O/L with 3 Credit Passes including English and Mathematics and 3 Passes at GCE A/L in one attempt       <ol> <li>Level 1(FT) � 9 Months coursework and 3 Months Project</li> <li>Level 2(FT) � 9 Months Coursework and 3 Months Project</li> <li>Level 3(PT) � 6 Months Coursework and 6 Months Industrial Training</li> <li>Level 4(PT) - 9 Months Coursework and 3 Months Project</li> </ol>    04 Years        08.00 am to 15.30 pm    00-00-English   Lectures /Discussions/Presentations/Group work/Assignments/Practicals/Projects  LKR 500,000/- + 2000/- (Reg)    00-Kandy-Kurunegala     Mr. C. Rathnayake
  407. 469     DIP0049         After successful completion of the program, participants should be able to, <BR>* Understand the conceptual knowledge and practices applicable to all aspects of Human Resource Management in an organization <BR>* Enhance the skills to implement and perform the Human Resources functional activities efficiently and effectively in an organization <BR>* Develop positive thinking and attitude to make use of human talent in an organization    <BR>Persons related to HRM functions, Satisfying the following Entry Requirements<ul> <li>A/L qualification with more than 3 Years Working Experience </li> or <li>Those who have followed Advanced Certificate in Human Resource Management </li> </ul>        <BR>* Management Process <BR>* Labor Economics <BR>* Human Resources Planning <BR>* Behavioral Dimension of an Organization <BR>* Management of Rewards System <BR>* Industrial and Labor Law <BR>* Employee Service <BR>* Industrial Relations <BR>* Productivity and Change Management <BR>* Strategic Planning for HRM <BR>* Statistics and Computer Based MIS <BR>* Management Practices <BR>* Methods of Personnel Research <BR>* Independent Study        1 Year ( Fridays )      0900 h - 1600 h         Sinhala-Tamil-English   Lectures / Case Studies / Discussions / Exercises       LKR. 90,000/- + Reg 2000/-      00-00-Kurunegala        Ms. Ganga Karunathilaka
  408. 470     DIP0050         <br>Diploma in TESL produces a qualified and a professional teacher in teaching English as a second language.<br>       <br>Those who wish to become an English teacher or newly recruited English teachers who seek for a professional qualification.<br>      <ol> <li>Modern Teaching Practices in TESL</li> <li>Lesson Planning</li> <li>Classroom Management</li> <li>Educational Psychology</li> <li>Language Teaching Methodologies</li> <li>Teaching Tools and Methodologies</li> <li>Skills Based Lessons </li> <li>Testing and Evaluations </li> <li>Material Development </li> </ol>         300 hours       09.00am � 03.30pm     00-00-English   Lectures/Discussions/Student Presentation/Course work   LKR 110,000/- (2000/= Reg)      Colombo         K.D.S.N. Wijayasiri
  409. 472     CTC0122         <ul> <li>The course provides an understanding of computer science fundamentals.</li> <li>The course helps students to decide whether to pursue higher studies in Computer Science.</li> <li>It also provides basic computer skills for work in Business Systems.</li> </ul>     <ul> <li>GCE O/L or A/L.</li> </ul>     <ol> <li>Principles of operation of CPU and storage devices.</li> <li>Number Systems and Data Representation.</li> <li>Functions and use of Operating Systems.</li> <ul> <li>MS DOS.</li> <li>MS Windows.</li> <li>LINUX.</li> </ul> <li>File Design, Organization and Access. </li> <li>Program Flow charts and Pseudo Codes.</li> <li>Boolean Algebra and Logic Gates.</li> <li>Introduction to programming.</li> <ul> <li>Languages : C and Visual Basic. </li> </ul> <li> Introduction to Web Design.</li> <li>Introduction to SQL using Oracle.</li> <li>Use of PC Software:</li> <ul> <li>MS Word.</li> <li>MS PowerPoint.</li> <li>MS Excel.</li> <li>MS Access.</li> </ul> </ol>        4 Months (Part Time)    From 0800 to 1600, Practices: 2/3 hours per week        00-00-English   Lectures / Practicals / Assignments and Evaluation Test.        LKR 25,000/- + 1000/- (Reg)     00-00-00-00-Jaffna      Mr.S.Nasiketha
  410. 473     CTC0123         After successful completion of the program, participants should be able to use personal computers effectively in their routine office work      Those who wish to learn computer application packages   <ol> <li> Introduction to Component of a Computer System and Operating System (MS Dos, Windows, Linux) </li> <li> Word Processing (MS Word) </li> <li> Spread Sheets (MS Excel) </li> <li> Database Management (MS Access) </li> <li> Presentations (MS PowerPoint) </li> <li> Publishing(MS Publisher) </li> <li> Introduction to Internet (MS Internet Explore) & Web page Design (MS Front page) </li> <li>E-mail, Time & Task management (MS outlook) </li> <li>Introduction to Hardware basics & PC maintenance </li> </ol>        4 months (Sundays)      From 09:00 to 16:00     00-00-English   Lectures / Demonstrations & Practicals ( Individual computer for each participant )     LKR 30,000/=+ LKR 1000/=(Reg)   00-00-00-00-Jaffna      Mr.S.Nasiketha
  411. 474     FND0005         At the end of the programme the participant should be able to :<br /> <br /> * Understand the basic concepts and practice and practices of HRM applied in modern organizations today<br /> * Identity, develop and apply a range of interpersonal organizational and Human Resource functional skills that are applicable for a career in Human Resource Management<br /> * Obtain and excellent grounding required to specialize in a career in Human Resource Management<br /> * Acquire skills and knowledge required for effective planning of their career in order to achieve your life goals<br />       School Leavers, Students awaiting University, Job Seekers       * Introduction to Business<br /> * Principles of Management<br /> * Organizational Environment <br /> * HRM Process<br /> * Leadership<br /> * Group Dynamics<br /> * HRM Planning<br /> * Job Analysis<br /> * Recruitment and Selection<br /> * Training and Development<br /> * Motivation<br /> * Performance Management<br /> * Compensation Management<br /> * Employee Safety and Health<br /> * Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures<br /> * Termination of Employment <br /> * IT for HRM <br /><br /> Next Steps :<br /> * Advanced Certificate in Human Resource Management<br /> * Advanced National Diploma in Human Resource Management  10 Weeks(Tuesdays)      0900 h - 1300 h         00-00-English   Lectures/ Case Analysis/ Group Work/ Group Participation        LKR. 20,000/- + 500/-(Reg)      00-00-00-00-Jaffna      Ms.K.Devaki
  412. 475     CTC0124         After successful completion of the programme, participants should be able to:<br /> <ol> <li>Understand and explain the theoretical aspects of management</li> <li>Function effectively in coordinating functional areas of the organizations</li> </ol>        For Junior and Middle Level Executives in Private and Public Sector Organizations       <ol> <li>Principles of Management</li> <li>Human Resource Management</li> <li>Business Statistics</li> <li>Business Economics</li> <li>Financial Management</li> <li>Marketing Management</li> <li>Operations Management</li> <li>Supplies & Materials Management</li> <li>Management information Systems & Business Internet</li> <li>Productivity Improvements</li> <li>Strategic Management</li> </ol>       4 Months        0900h - 1600h (Saturdays)       00-00-English   Lectures/Case Studies/Group Exercises etc.      LKR.30,000/- + Reg 1000/-       00-00-00-00-Jaffna      Ms.K.Devaki
  413. 476     CTC0125         By the end of the course participants will be confident in using English in day to day communication    Those who wish to improve their English Language skills or seeking employment   <ol> <li>Speaking skills for day to day communication</li> <li>Grammar for speaking & writing skills</li> <li>Reading for vocabulary building & comprehension</li> <li>Writing skills for career purposes</li> <li>Listening & Pronunciation </li> </ol>        04 Months(Full Time) 06 Months (Part Time)      Full Time(0900-1600) Part Time (1300-1700)      00-00-English   Lectures/Discussions/Student Presentation/Course work   LKR 25,000/- + Reg 1000/-       00-00-00-00-Jaffna      Mr.Arunagiri
  414. 477     CTC0126         By the end of the course participants will be competent in using English at work & in day to day communication  Those who have a basic knowledge in English & want to improve their skills further      <ol> <li> Speaking for effective communication</li> <li>Advanced Grammar </li> <li>Advanced Reading skills for language development</li> <li>Advanced writing skills for careers</li> <li>IELTS & TOEFL preparatory listening modules</li> </ol>        03 Months(Full Time) 06 Months (Part Time)      Full Time(0900-1600) Part Time (1300-1700)      00-00-English   Lectures, discussions, presentations, reading , group work      LKR 25,000/- + Reg 1000/-       00-00-00-00-Jaffna      Mr.Arunagiri
  415. 478     CTC0127         <br>This Course is designed to equip the participant with all required skills and knowledge to become the fully qualified professional receptionist. This program further enables to pave the path for an outstanding career in the tourism and hospitality industry which immensely contributes to the Nations Economic Growth.<br>    <br>Pass in six subjects of G C E O/L examination including a pass for English or equivalent qualification      <br><lo> <li>Module 01 - Business English Language Proficiency</li> <li>Module 02 - Essential IT Skills</li> <li>Module 03 - Personal Grooming</li> <li>Module 04 - Human Interaction & Communication Skills</li> <li>Module 05 - Customer Service Skills</li> <li>Module 06 - Third Language Elective (German/French)</li> <li>Module 07 - Hotel Front Office Management</li> </lo><br>        Five Months     0900h � 1600h (One Day Per Week)      00-00-English   Lectures / Practical Sessions / Assignments and Evaluation Tests        LKR 20,000 + 1000/ Reg  Colombo         Ms Charmie Jayaweera
  416. 479     MSc0001         <br>The Master of Science (MSc) degree is a prestigious postgraduate award. It is designed for managers and professionals who wish to advance their education and careers in different business and Information Technology.<br><br>     <br>A recognised Bachelor�s Degree or equivalent professional qualification.<br> Applicants with significant relevant senior management experience may also be considered on a case-by-case basis<br><br>     <ol> <li>Business Policy</li> <li>Corporate Financial Management</li> <li>Organisational Behaviour and Work</li> <li>Research Paper 1 </li> <li>Research Paper 2 </li> <li>Strategic Information Management for Competitive Advantage</li> <li>Fundamentals of E-Business</li> <li>Management Support Systems </li> </ol>       18 Months       0900 h - 1600 h Sundays | 1700 h - 2000 h Weekdays      00-00-English   Lectures / Practical Sessions / Assignments and Evaluation Tests        LKR.500,000/- +2000/- (Reg)     Colombo         Dr. Michael MacDonnell, University College Dublin, Ireland / Ms. K. Wijesiriwardana, NIBM
  417. 480     MSc0002         <br>The Master of Science (MSc) degree is a prestigious postgraduate award. It is designed for managers and professionals who wish to advance their education and careers in different business and management areas.<br><br>   <br>A minimum second-class honors degree in Business or a related discipline. A primary degree with a minimum of 3 year work experience. <br><br>       <ol> <li>Business Policy</li> <li>Corporate Financial Management</li> <li>Organisational Behaviour and Work</li> <li>Research Paper 1 </li> <li>Research Paper 2 </li> <li>Project Management </li> <li>Managing Change </li> <li>Planning and Decision-Making Techniques </li> </ol>   18 Months       0900 h - 1600 h Sundays | 1700 h - 2000 h weekdays      00-00-English   Lectures / Practical Sessions / Assignments and Evaluation Tests        LKR.500,000/- +2000/- (Reg)     Colombo         Dr. Michael MacDonnell, University College Dublin, Ireland / Mr.D.M.A Kulasooriya, NIBM
  418. 481     FND0006         <br>To facilitate those with O level qualifications to peruse their studies till a Bachelor�s Degree.         Passing Sri Lankan or London Ordinary Level with five (05) credits including a Credit pass for English  <br>o Introduction to Accounting <br> o Introduction to Business Studies<br> o Introduction to Economics<br> o Introduction to Basic Mathematics & IT<br><br>   Six months (Full-time)  0900 h - 1600 h         00-00-English   Lectures and Group/Individual assignments       Rs. 60,000/= + 2000 Reg         Colombo         Ms. J A C Senarathna
  419. 482     FSE0004         ~~~~    ~~~~    ~~~~    ~~      5.00 pm         00-00-English           free    Colombo-Kandy-Kurunegala-Galle  
  420. 483     DIP0051         <br>After completing this course:<br><br> You will gain the ability to meet the needs of the latest trends in the software industry and a broad range of skills for effective participation in a software development team and hence be able to compete effectively for positions in the software industry<br><br>      <br>2 passes at GCE A/L or 5 Credits at GCE O/L including Maths and English or working experience or successfully completed the Certificate Course in Computer Science (CCS).   <ol> <li>Fundamentals of Computer Science</li> <li>Data Structures & C Language </li> <li>Electronics for Computing </li> <li>Object Oriented Programming with C++ </li> <li>Database Management Systems</li> <li>Computer Organization and Hardware</li> <li>Data Communication and Computer Networks</li> <li>Internet Technology</li> <li>Unix/Linux System Administration and Programming</li> <li>Programming with C#</li> <li>IT Project Management</li> <li>Software Application Development with JAVA</li> <li>Software Development Process Models</li> <li>Enterprise Application Development with JAVA</li> </ol>     01 Year - (Part Time)   0530p.m. to 0830 p.m (Mon, Wed, Fri)    00-00-English   Lectures /Discussions/Presentations/Group work/Assignments      LKR.110,000/- +2000/- (Reg)     Colombo         Mr. C C B Wijesinghe
  421. 484     DIP0052         <br>After successful completion of the program, participants should be able to: <ul> <li>advance their education and careers in different aspects of Information Technology.</li> <li>perform all activities related to the networking and network administration function of an organization.</li> </ul>       <br>2 passes at GCE A/L or 5 Credits at GCE O/L including Maths and English or working experience or successfully completed the Certificate Course in Computer Science (CCS).   <ol> <li>Fundamentals of Computer Science</li> <li>Data Structures & C Language </li> <li>Electronics for Computing </li> <li>Object Oriented Programming with C++ </li> <li>Database Management Systems</li> <li>Computer Organization and Hardware</li> <li>Data Communication and Computer Networks</li> <li>Internet Technology</li> <li>Unix/Linux System Administration and Programming</li> <li>Programming with C#</li> <li>IT Project Management</li> <li>Mobile Networks</li> <li>Network & System Administration</li> <li>Network and Information Security</li> </ol>        01 Year - (Part Time)   0530p.m. to 0830 p.m (Mon, Wed, Fri)    00-00-English   Lectures /Discussions/Presentations/Group work/Assignments      LKR 110,000/- + 2000/- (Reg)    Colombo         Mr. O K G C Weerasekara
  422. 485     DIP0053         <BR>* To provide the participants with an opportunity of acquiring theoretical knowledge in management <BR>* To provide the participants with an effective forum for the appraisal of modern management ideas and techniques <BR>* To develop in the participants a general management perspective <BR>* To improve the managerial skills in the participants in diagnosing and business related issues from a multi-disciplinary base <br>     <BR> * A/L qualification with more than 3 Years Working Experience Or <BR> * Those who have followed Advanced Certificate Course in Business Management         <ol> <li>Module I - Foundation Stage</li> <ul> <li>Management Process and Organizational Behavior</li> <li>Financial Accounting</li> <li>Economics of Business Enterprise</li> <li>Business Mathematics and Statistics</li> </ul> <li>Module II - Functional areas of Management</li> <ul> <li>Management Accounting <li>Operations Management <li>Management Information Systems and e-commerce <li>Marketing Management <li>Productivity Improvement <li>Human Resource Management <li>Industrial Law & Industrial Relations </ul> <li>Module III - Integration</li> <ul> <li>Strategic Management and Performance Improving Planning</li> <li>Special Topics in Business Management</li> <li>Independent Study</li> </ul> </ol>      1 Year  9.00 am - 4.00 pm (Sunday)      00-00-English   Lectures / Discussions / Case Method / Exercises        LKR. 90,000/- + Reg2000/-       00-00-00-Galle  Mr. DMA Kulasooriya
  423. 486     CTC0128         After successful completion of the program, participants should be able to use personal computers effectively in their routine office work      GCE O/L or GCE A/L      <ol> <li> Introduction to Component of a Computer System and Operating System (MS DOS, Windows and Linux) </li> <li> Word Processing (MS Word) </li> <li> Spread Sheets (MS Excel) </li> <li> Database Management (MS Access) </li> <li> Presentations (MS PowerPoint) </li> <li> Publishing(MS Publisher) </li> <li> Introduction to Internet (MS Internet Explore) & Web page Design (MS Front Page) </li> <li>E-mail, Time & Task Management (MS Outlook) </li> <li>Introduction to Hardware basics & PC maintenance </li> </ol>     4 months        5.00 pm to 8.00 pm      00-00-English   Lectures / Demonstrations & Practicals ( Individual computer for each participant )     LKR 25,000/- + 1000/- (Reg)     00-00-00-Galle  Mr. Thepul Ginige
  424. 487     CTC0129         At the end of the programe participants will be able to: <br /> <ol> <li>Understand basic concepts of advertising & Graphic designing.</li> <li>Understand latest trends methods in advertising</li> <li>Understand Art Directing & Copywriting.</li> <li>Understand the various computer tools and techniques that will help them to produce advertisement for different media. (Press & web )</li> <li>Design for Digital & Offset Printing</li> <li>Design Photos & Photo Repairing </li> <li>Understand basic Knowledge of Web designing </li> <li>Understand how to upload web pages to Internet.</li> </ol>       Those who are interested in learning graphic designing from the begining        <ol> <li>Introduction to advertising and designing principles </li> <li>Advertising process & Types of advertising </li> <li>Art Directing techniques </li> <li>Copywriting & Typography for print media</li> <li>Color psychology & Composition</li> <li>Adobe Photoshop CS</li> <li>Adobe Illustrator CS</li> <li>Adobe PageMaker</li> <li>Adobe InDesign</li> <li>Basic HTML, Macromedia Dreamweaver & Macromedia Flash for Web Designing</li> </ol>         04 months       2.00 pm - 8.00 pm       Sinhala-00-English      Lectures, Demonstrations & Computer Practical   LKR.30,000/- + Reg 1000/-       00-00-00-Galle  Mr. Thepul Ginige
  425. 488     CTC0130         The course provides the participants with in-depth knowledge and skills in Internet Technology and techniques of developing contents for the World Wide Web.    <ul> <li>GCE O/L or A/L</li> </ul>      <ol> <li>Fundamentals of Internet</li> <ol> <li>Structure of the Internet</li> <li>World Wide Web</li> <li>Client/Server Architecture</li> </ol> <li>Web Design Techniques</li> <ol> <li>HTML, XML</li> <li>CSS</li> <li>Java Scripts</li> <li>Macromeadia Dreamweaver</li> </ol> <li>Web Application Development in ASP.NET </li> <ol> <li>Microsoft .NET Framework and ASP.NET</li> <li>ASP.NET 2.0 Essentials</li> <li>Developing Web Applications with C#</li> <li>Organizing web projects with IIS</li> <li>Debugging in Visual Studio .NET</li> <li>Working with Databases</li> <li>Configure and Deploy a Web Application</li> </ol> <li>Web Application Development using PHP</li> <li>Web Application Development in Java (Tomcat,JSP,Servlets)</li> </ol>     4 Months ( Sundays )    09:00h to 14:00h        00-00-English   Lectures, Demonstrations and Practices (Individual computer for each participant)       LKR 30,000/- +1000/- (Reg)      00-00-00-Galle  Mr. Thepul Ginige
  426. 489     DIP0054         <BR>* To provide the participants with an opportunity of acquiring theoretical knowledge in management <BR>* To provide the participants with an effective forum for the appraisal of modern management ideas and techniques <BR>* To develop in the participants a general management perspective <BR>* To improve the managerial skills in the participants in diagnosing and business related issues from a multi-disciplinary base <br>     <BR> * A/L qualification with more than 3 Years Working Experience Or <BR> * Those who have followed Advanced Certificate Course in Business Management         <ol> <li>Module I - Foundation Stage</li> <ul> <li>Management Process and Organizational Behavior</li> <li>Financial Accounting</li> <li>Economics of Business Enterprise</li> <li>Business Mathematics and Statistics</li> </ul> <li>Module II - Functional areas of Management</li> <ul> <li>Management Accounting <li>Operations Management <li>Management Information Systems and e-commerce <li>Marketing Management <li>Productivity Improvement <li>Human Resource Management <li>Industrial Law & Industrial Relations </ul> <li>Module III - Integration</li> <ul> <li>Strategic Management and Performance Improving Planning</li> <li>Special Topics in Business Management</li> <li>Independent Study</li> </ul> </ol>      1 Year  9.00 am - 4.00 pm (Sunday)      00-00-English   Lectures / Discussions / Case Method / Exercises        LKR. 90,000/- + Reg2000/-       00-00-00-Galle  Mr. Kolitha Ranawaka
  427. 490     CTC0131         By the end of the course participants will be competent in using English at work & in day to day communication  Those who have a basic knowledge in English & want to improve their skills further      <ol> <li> Speaking for effective communication</li> <li>Advanced Grammar </li> <li>Advanced Reading skills for language development</li> <li>Advanced writing skills for careers</li> <li>IELTS & TOEFL preparatory listening modules</li> </ol>        03 Months(Full Time) 06 Months (Part Time)      Full Time(0900-1600) Part Time (1300-1700)      00-00-English   Lectures, discussions, presentations, reading , group work      LKR 25,000/- + Reg 1000/-       00-00-00-Galle  Ms W.A.P Udeshinee
  428. 491     CTC0132         <br>By the end of the course participants will be confident in using the internet and Email.    G.C.E O/L or G.C.E A/L  <ul> <li>Introduction to Internet<br> <li>Websites and Search Engines<br> <li>Internet browsers and operations<br> <li>Email sign up and options<br> <li>Address books and additional Features of Email<br> <li>Online Banking and Bill payments <br> <li>Netiquettes<br>�</li> </ul>         24 Hours        0900 h - 1200 h         00-00-English   Lectures, Demonstrations and Practices (Individual computer for each participant)       LKR.5000/- +1000/- (Reg)        00-00-00-00-Jaffna      Mr.S.Nasiketha
  429. 492     CTC0133         <br>After successful completion of the program, participants should be able to use personal computers effectively.      G.C.E O/L or G.C.E A/L  <ul> <li>Introduction to computers<br> <li>Introduction to Hardware basics & PC maintenance<br> <li>Word Processing (MS Word)<br> <li>Spread Sheets (MS Excel)<br> <li>Database Management (MS Access)<br> <li>Presentations (MS PowerPoint)<br> </ul>  24 Hours        0900 h - 1200 h         00-00-English   Lectures, Demonstrations and Practices (Individual computer for each participant)       LKR.5000/- +1000/- (Reg)        00-00-00-00-Jaffna      Mr.S.Nasiketha
  430. 493     CTC0134         <br>At the end of the programe participants will be able to Design & Repair photo and Video.    G.C.E O/L or G.C.E A/L  <ul> <li>Photo shop Wizard and options<br> <li>Basic photo editing techniques<br> <li>Additional Effects<br> <li>Multiple photo Editing<br> <li>Album designs and Advertising designs<br> <li>Video editing software wizard<br> <li>Basic Editing Options<br> <li>Text and Title effects<br> <li>Additional Video Effects<br> </ul>     40 Hours        0900 h - 1200 h         00-00-English   Lectures, Demonstrations and Practices (Individual computer for each participant)       LKR.10000/- +1000/- (Reg)       00-00-00-00-Jaffna      Mr.S.Nasiketha
  431. 494     CTC0135         At the end of the program the participant should be able to :<br> <ul> <li>Provide basic knowledge in business turbulent environment <br> <li>Build confidence & develop effective business skills <br> <li>Provide participants to obtain a range of English and business skills qualifications <br> <li>Develop communication skills in a business and professional context <br> </ul>        School Leavers, Job Seekers, Employees  <ul> <li>Communication Skills<br> <ul> <li>Language and Communication<br> <li>Improving Communication Skills<br> </ul> <li>Business Skills<br> <ul> <li>Customer Service <br> <li>Organization structure and customer types and their needs<br> <li>Business Ethics and Change<br> <li>Business Management & Leadership Skills<br> <li>Critical Thinking & Problem Solving <br> <li>Product Presentation Skills <br> </ul> <br>Next Steps :<br> * Certificate Course in Business Management </ul>       10 Weeks(Tuesdays)      0900 h - 1200 h         00-00-English   Lectures/ Case Analysis/ Group Work/ Group Participation        LKR.5000/- +1000/- (Reg)        00-00-00-00-Jaffna      Ms.K.Devaki
  432. 495     CTC0136         At the end of the program the participant should be able to : <ul> <li>Demonstrate the importance of good customer service.</li> <li>Obtain the skills to provide effective dealing with customer questions, problems and complaints.</li> <li>Understanding the techniques for positive communication � including verbal and non-verbal communications.</li> <li>Identify the techniques used to tackle customer complaints.</li> </ul>      School Leavers, Job Seekers, Employees  <ul> <li>Introduction to Customer Service.</li> <li>Identify Customers, Determine What They Need and Decide How to Respond.</li> <li>Effective Communication and Telephone answering Techniques.</li> <li>Verbal and Non-verbal Communications.</li> <li>Customer Satisfaction and Customer Care Problems .</li> <li>Handling Customer Complaints.</li> <br> Next Steps :<br> * Advanced Certificate in Human Resource Management.<br> * Certificate Course in Business Management.</ul>        10 Weeks(Tuesdays)      0900 h - 1200 h         00-00-English   Lectures/ Case Analysis/ Group Work/ Group Participation        LKR.5000/- +1000/- (Reg)        00-00-00-00-Jaffna      Ms.K.Devaki
  433. 496     CTC0137         <br>By the end of the course participants will be confident in using English in day to day communication.       <br>Those who wish to improve their English Language skills or seeking employment.      <ul> <li> Listening through conversation, monologues and quotations.</li> <li>Academic and General reading through magazines, books and News Papers.</li> <li>Academic and General Writing by practicing writing plans, organizing ideas and different types of writing tasks.</li> <li>Speaking through various kinds of topics and situations will be used.</li> </ul>        40 Hours        0900 h - 1300 h         00-00-English   Lectures/Discussions/Student Presentation/Course work   LKR.6500/- +1000/- (Reg)        00-00-00-00-Jaffna      Mr.T.Arunakirinathan
  434. 497     CTC0138         <br>By the end of the course participants will be confident in using English in day to day communication.       <br>Those who wish to improve their English Language skills or seeking employment.      <ul> <li>Basic reading skills such as skimming and scanning. Identifying the main ideas of supporting ideas, Vocabulary exercises.</li> <li>Letter writing, preparing simple reports, form filling, note taking, and various listening activities connected etc.</li> <li>Conversations, announcements, lectures etc.</li> <li>Facing interviews, discussions, meeting skills, impromptu speeches, prepared speeches.</li> </ul>        30 Hours        0900 h - 1200 h         00-00-English   Lectures/Discussions/Student Presentation/Course work   LKR.5500/- +1000/- (Reg)        00-00-00-00-Jaffna      Mr.T.Arunakirinathan
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  444. 1       DIP0001         Diploma in Computer System Design ( DCSD )      2011-07-18,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        MIS     1       0000-00-00
  445. 2       DIP0002         Higher Diploma in Computer Based Information Systems ( HDCBIS )         2011-09-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        MIS     0       0000-00-00
  446. 3       BSC0001         BSc in Management Information Systems (conducted in collaboration with University College Dublin, National University of Ireland, Dublin)       2011-09-18,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        MIS     0       0000-00-00
  447. 4       CTC0001         Certificate Course in Computer Science ( CCS )  2011-10-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        MIS     1       0000-00-00
  448. 7       DIP0005         Advanced Diploma in HRM (Sinhala)       2011-07-17,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  449. 9       DIP0007         Advanced Diploma in Industrial Engineering ( English )  2011-08-06,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  450. 10      DIP0008         Advanced Diploma in Business Management / Part Time ( English )         2011-09-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  451. 13      CTC0004         Certificate Course in Personal Computer Based Application Packages      2011-08-21,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        MIS     1       0000-00-00
  452. 15      CTC0006         Certificate Course in Web Page Design and Development ( English )       0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  453. 17      CTC0008         Advanced Certificate Course in Financial and Management Accounting ( English )  2011-09-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  454. 27      DIP0009         Advanced Diploma in Maintenance Management ( English )  2011-08-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  455. 28      DIP0010         Advanced Diploma in Marketing Management ( English )    2011-09-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  456. 31      DIP0013         Advanced Diploma in Supplies & Materials Management ( Sinhala )         2010-06-19,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  457. 32      DIP0014         Advanced Diploma in Supplies & Materials Management ( English )         2011-12-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  458. 35      CTC0010         Certificate Course in Web Application Development       2011-08-28,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        MIS     1       0000-00-00
  459. 47      DIP0018         Advanced National Diploma in Human Resource Management ( English )      2011-09-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  460. 49      DIP0020         Advanced Diploma in Financial & Management Accounting ( English )       2011-09-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  461. 52      DIP0023         Advanced Diploma in Financial & Management Accounting ( Sinhala )       2010-11-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  462. 56      CTC0020         Advanced Certificate in Human Resource Management ( English )   2011-11-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  463. 57      CTC0021         Advanced Certificate Course in Marketing Management ( English )         2011-09-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  464. 79      CTC0043         Certificate Course in Computer Networking & Administration ( English )  2011-08-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        MIS     1       0000-00-00
  465. 80      CTC0044         Advanced Certificate Course in Learning & Human Capital Development ( English )         0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  466. 84      CTC0046         Certificate Course in Linux Administration      0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        MIS     0       0000-00-00
  467. 116     CTC0051         Certificate Course in Business Management ( Sinhala )   2008-02-00,2008-08-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  468. 117     DIP0024         Advanced Diploma in Logistics Management ( English )    2011-12-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  469. 119     DIP0025         Diploma in Logistics Management ( English )     2006-07-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  470. 142     CTC0052         Certificate Course in Laboratory Management ( English /Sinhala)         0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  471. 175     CTC0053         Certificate Course in Tamil Language    0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  472. 176     CTC0054         Certificate Course in Clerical Skills Development ( English )   0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  473. 205     CTC0060         Certificate Course in Taxation  2006-11-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  474. 206     CTC0061         Advanced Certificate Course In Software Development ( English )         0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  475. 207     CTC0062         Certificate Course In Design & Development Of Computer Systems  0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  476. 208     CTC0063         Certificate Course In Small and Medium Scale Entrepreneurship Development       0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  477. 209     CTC0064         Certificate Course In Taxation (English)        2009-06-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  478. 211     CTC0066         Certificate in Construction Project Management (English)        0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  479. 212     FND0002         Foundation Course In Human Resource Management (English)        2011-09-13,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  480. 213     FND0003         Foundation Course In Human Resource Management  2011-09-05,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  481. 214     CTC0067         Certificate Course In English Language For Professionals In The Public & Private Sector         0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  482. 216     CTC0069         Certificate Course in English Language  2011-06-27,2011-10-01,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  483. 217     CTC0070         Proficiency In Tamil Language (Spoken & Written)        2009-11-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  484. 221     WKS0001         Workshop on Supervisory Management (Sinhala Medium)     2010-03-24,2010-03-25,2010-03-31        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  485. 222     WKS0002         Workshop on Supervisory Management (English Medium)     2011-10-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  486. 223     WKS0003         Workshop on Junior Executive Development (Sinhala Medium)       2011-06-23,2011-06-24,2011-06-30        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  487. 225     WKS0005         Conference on Lean Production Systems   2010-06-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  488. 226     WKS0006         Workshop On Training Methodology(English Medium)        0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  489. 227     WKS0007         Workshop on Import & Export Procedure ( English/Sinhala )       2011-05-24,2011-05-31,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  490. 230     WKS0010         Workshop on Stores Management & Purchasing Procedures(English Medium)   2011-07-29,2011-08-05,2011-08-12        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  491. 233     WKS0012         Workshop on Service Selling For Insurance Personnel (English Medium)    0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  492. 234     WKS0013         Workshop on Production Supervision (Sinhala Medium)     0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  493. 235     WKS0014         Workshop on Training Programme For Sales / Marketing Representatives(Sinhala Medium)    0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  494. 236     WKS0015         Training Programme For Sales / Marketing Representatives (English Medium)       2009-04-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  495. 238     WKS0017         Workshop on Sales Force Management (English)    0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  496. 239     WKS0018         Workshop on Marketing Management For Non-marketing Professionals(English Medium)        0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  497. 240     WKS0019         Workshop on Office Oraganization and Management         0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  498. 245     WKS0024         Workshop on Research & Survey Methodology       0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  499. 249     WKS0028         Customer Driven Service Management In The Health Sector(English Medium)         2009-03-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  500. 250     WKS0029         Workshop on Customer Care Excellence(Sinhala Medium)    2011-07-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  501. 251     WKS0030         Image Plus Customer Care Excellence(English Medium)     2010-10-00,2010-10-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  502. 252     WKS0031         Workshop On Reading & Understanding Financial Statements(English Medium)        0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  503. 253     WKS0032         Workshop on Presentaion of Final Accounts (Latest Accounting Standards of ICA - Sri Lanka)      0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  504. 254     WKS0033         Training of Accounts & Audit Staff ( Sinhala )  2009-03-00,2009-09-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  505. 255     WKS0034         Workshop on Accounts & Audit Staff (English Medium)     2011-07-20,2011-07-21,2011-07-27        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  506. 256     WKS0035         Seminar on Taxation (English Medium)    0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  507. 257     WKS0036         Accounting For Non-Accounting Personnel (English)       2009-03-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  508. 258     WKS0037         Workshop on Maintenance Supervision (Sinhala Medium)    0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  509. 259     WKS0038         Workshop on Discipline & Disciplinary Procedure(Sinhala Medium)         0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  510. 260     WKS0039         Workshop On Discipline & Disciplinary Procedure (English Medium)        2009-06-10,2009-06-17,2009-06-24        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  511. 261     WKS0040         Seminar On Issues Related To Industrial Disputes Act(Sinhala Medium)    2009-11-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  512. 262     WKS0041         Seminar On Issues Related To Industrial Disputes Act(English Medium)    2009-07-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  513. 263     WKS0042         International Computer Driving Licence (ICDL)(English Medium)   0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        MIS     0       0000-00-00
  514. 265     WKS0044         Database Management For Non-Programmers (English Medium)        0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  515. 266     WKS0045         Creating Effective Multimedia Presentations with PowerPoint(English Medium)     2009-02-00,2009-09-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  516. 267     WKS0046         Workshop on Computer Aided Project Management (English Medium)  2011-05-02,2011-05-09,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  517. 268     WKS0047         Analysis of Financial Data Using Excel (English Medium)         2009-06-23,2009-06-30,2009-07-07        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  518. 270     WKS0049         Workshop on 5S For Productivity Improvement (Sinhala Medium)    2011-07-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  519. 271     WKS0050         Workshop on Waste Control (English Medium)      0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  520. 272     WKS0051         Workshop on Conducting Successful Corporate Events      0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  521. 273     WKS0052         Training Programme On Quality Management In Education And Training Institutes(English Medium)   0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  522. 274     WKS0053         Training Programme on Food Manufacturing Practices (English Medium)     2009-03-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  523. 275     WKS0054         Total Quality Management ( TQM ) ( English Medium )     2009-09-07,2009-09-08,2009-09-14        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  524. 276     WKS0055         Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) For Productivity Improvement(Sinhala Medium)         2009-11-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  525. 277     WKS0056         Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) for Productivity Improvement (English Medium)        2009-03-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  526. 278     WKS0057         Statistical Quality Control (Sinhala Medium)    2009-02-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  527. 279     WKS0058         Six Sigma Green Belt Certification(English Medium)      2010-05-13,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  528. 280     WKS0059         Six Sigma Black Belt Certification (English Medium)     2010-07-02,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  529. 281     WKS0060         Seminar On Modern Tools Of Quality & Productivity(English Medium)       0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  530. 282     WKS0061         Implementation of Japanese 5S System    2010-04-21,2010-04-22,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  531. 283     WKS0062         Productivity Measurements & Applications at the Work Place(Sinhala Medium)      2009-08-00,2009-08-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  532. 284     WKS0063         Plant & Equipment Maintenance For Productivity Improvement(English Medium)      2009-07-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  533. 285     WKS0064         Performance Enhancement Through the Practice of Work Study (English Medium)     0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  534. 286     WKS0065         Lean Certification in Manufacturing Systems (English)   2011-02-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  535. 287     WKS0066         Training Programme on ISO 17025 For Laboratory Management (English Medium)      2009-11-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  536. 288     WKS0067         Training Programme on ISO 9001:2000 Based Quality Management System(English Medium)     2009-07-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  537. 289     WKS0068         Training Programme On Internal Quality Auditing For ISO 9001:2000 Quality Management Systems(English    2009-06-00,2009-10-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  538. 290     WKS0069         Industrial Safety For Better Working Environment (Sinhala)      2009-03-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  539. 291     WKS0070         Industrial Safety for Better Working Environment (English)      2009-03-30,2009-03-31,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  540. 292     WKS0071         Improving Productivity Through Quality Control Circles (QCC) (Sinhala Medium)   2009-10-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  541. 293     WKS0072         Reducing Waste for Improving Productivity (English)     2009-03-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  542. 294     WKS0073         Concepts of Production Management and Productivity Improvement (English Medium)         2009-09-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  543. 295     WKS0074         Workshop on Secretarial Practice (English Medium)       2011-07-19,2011-07-20,2011-07-26        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  544. 296     WKS0075         Development Of Receptionists / Telephone Operators(English Medium)      2009-12-21,2009-12-22,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  545. 297     WKS0076         Workshop on Clerical Skills Development (Sinhala Medium)        2011-06-23,2011-06-24,2011-06-30        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  546. 298     WKS0077         Management Assistant Skills Development Program         2010-04-29,2010-04-30,2010-05-06        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  547. 299     WKS0078         Motivate Your Team For Excellent Results(English Medium)        2009-01-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  548. 300     WKS0079         Managing Conflicts and Counseling for Superior Performance(English Medium)      2009-09-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  549. 301     WKS0080         Managing Change For Excellent Results (English Medium)  2009-06-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  550. 302     WKS0081         Knowledge Management for the Development of Innovative Firms(English Medium)    2009-08-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  551. 303     WKS0082         Job-Analysis For Effective HRM(English Medium)  2009-07-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  552. 304     WKS0083         Human Resource Management For Non-HR Professionals(English Medium)      2009-12-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  553. 305     WKS0084         E-Learning Systems For 3rd Millenium Organizations(English Medium)      0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  554. 306     WKS0085         Effective Wage and Salary Administration (English Medium)       2009-10-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  555. 307     WKS0086         Workshop on Effective Recruitment And Selection (English Medium)        0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  556. 308     WKS0087         Effective Performance Management For Getting Results(English Medium)    2009-02-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  557. 309     WKS0088         Effective Counselling Skills(English Medium)    2009-03-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  558. 310     WKS0089         Creating A Winning Organizational Culture(English Medium)       2009-12-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  559. 311     WKS0090         Career Guidance for a Successful Career         2009-06-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  560. 312     WKS0091         Developing Effective Business Strategies for Small & Medium Enterprises (SME)   0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  561. 313     CTC0071         Advanced Certificate in English Language        2011-09-00,2011-10-15,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  562. 315     CTC0072         Certificate Course in Java Application Development      2010-03-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        MIS     1       0000-00-00
  563. 317     WKS0093         National Training Programme on Excellent Management of Non-Governmental Organizations   2009-12-15,2009-12-16,2009-12-17        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  564. 318     CTC0073         Advanced Certificate Course in Business Management      2011-12-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  565. 319     CTC0074         Certificate Course in Business English  0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  566. 320     CTC0075         Certificate Course in Computer Hardware         2011-10-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        MIS     1       0000-00-00
  567. 321     CTC0076         Certificate Course in Advertising & Graphic Designing   2011-09-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  568. 324     DIP0027         Advanced Diploma in Manufacturing Management    2011-12-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  569. 325     WKS0094         Workshop on Statistical Data Analysis (English Medium)  0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  570. 326     CTC0077         Certificate Course in Productivity Practitioner         0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  571. 327     WKS0095         Kaizen Suggestion System (KSS) for Small & Medium Size Enterprises (Sinhala Medium)     2009-06-00,2009-06-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  572. 328     WKS0096         Effective Presentation of Statistical Information       2009-11-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  573. 329     WKS0097         Workshop on Building Effective Teams for High Performance (Sinhala)     0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  574. 332     CTC0078         Certification in Logistics and Distribution Management  2011-05-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  575. 334     CTC0080         Certificate Course in Office Management         0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  576. 335     CTC0081         Certificate Course in Office Management (Sinhala Medium)        0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  577. 336     CTC0082         Advanced Certificate in Professional Selling and Customer Care Management (English Medium)      0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  578. 337     WKS0099         Workshop on Maintenance Supervision (English Medium)    2011-07-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  579. 338     DIP0029         UCD Degree 1 st Year (ADBM - Full time)         2011-09-22,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  580. 339     CTC0083         Advanced Certificate in Human Resource Management (Sinhala)     2011-06-28,2011-08-06,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  581. 340     CTC0084         Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management (Sinhala / English)       0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  582. 347     BSC0002         BSc (Hons) in Management (conducted in collaboration with University College Dublin, National University of Ireland, Dublin)    2011-09-18,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  583. 348     BSC0003         BSc (Hons) in Human Resources Management (conducted in collaboration with University College Dublin, National University of Ireland, Dublin)    2011-09-18,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  584. 350     CTC0087         Certificate Course in Enterprise Application Developement with J2EE     0000-00-00,0000-00-00,2009-01-00        MIS     1       0000-00-00
  585. 352     DIP0030         Advanced Diploma in Project Management  2011-09-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  586. 360     WKS0101         Workshop on Computerizing a Transport Management System (English)       0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  587. 362     WKS0102         Workshop on Internal Customer Service Skills    0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  588. 364     DIP0032         Higher National Diploma in Insurance (HNDI)     2010-06-05,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  589. 365     WKS0103         Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification(English Medium)     2010-05-06,2010-05-11,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  590. 370     CTC0091         Certificate Course in General English   2009-02-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  591. 371     CTC0092         Certificate Course in General English   2009-02-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  592. 373     WKS0106         Supply Chain Management & Merchandising for Apparel Industry    2009-12-16,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  593. 375     WKS0108         Workshop on Quality Leadership for ISO 9001:2008 Transition (English)   2010-10-00,2010-11-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  594. 376     WKS0109         Training Programme on ISO 9001:2008 Transition (English)        2009-03-18,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  595. 377     WKS0110         Workshop on Computerized Planned Maintenance system     0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  596. 379     WKS0112         Workshop on Computerized Planned Maintenance system     0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     0       0000-00-00
  597. 381     DIP0035         Advanced Certificate in Secretarial Practices   2011-10-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  598. 384     DIP0038         Advanced Diploma in Advertising and Multimedia  2012-03-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  599. 387     CTC0094         Advanced Certificate in Laboratory Management   0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  600. 392     WKS0113         Letter Writing and Written Communication Techniques     2010-04-26,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  601. 393     WKS0114         Writing and Written Communication Techniques    2009-08-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD             0000-00-00
  602. 395     WKS0116         Effective Professional Presentations    2010-03-31,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  603. 401     WKS0122         Minitab Training with Basic Statistics  2009-09-01,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  604. 402     WKS0123         Minitab Training with Basic Statistics  0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00                       
  605.                                                
  606.                                                
  607. 406     WKS0127         Leadership skills for effective supervision (English Medium)    2009-08-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        MIS     0       0000-00-00
  608. 407     CTC0099         Certificate Course in Psychological Counseling Skills   2011-08-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  609. 409     CTC0101         Professional Development Programme in Project Management        2011-10-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  610. 416     DIP0039         Diploma in English      2011-10-07,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  611. 419     DIP0042         Diploma in English      2009-10-09,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  612. 420     CTC0103         Certificate Course in Tamil Language    2009-09-24,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        MIS     1       0000-00-00
  613. 421     CTC0104         Certificate Course in Corporate Finance Management (English Medium)     2009-09-17,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  614. 422     WKS0128         Production & Operations Management      2009-11-26,2009-11-27,2009-12-03        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  615. 424     WKS0129         Workshop on Information Security        0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        MIS     1       0000-00-00
  616. 425     CTC0106         Advanced Certificate Course in Computerized Accounting Systems  0000-00-00,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  617. 426     BSC0006         BSc in Business Management Special Degree - (UGC Approved)      2011-09-29,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        PMD     1       0000-00-00
  618. 427     BSC0007         BSc in Management Information Systems � Special Degree (UGC Approved)         2011-07-18,0000-00-00,0000-00-00        MIS     1       0000-00-00
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  895. krishani        krishani        1
  896.  
  897.  
  898. ==========================================================================================
  899.  
  900. News                                   
  901.                                        
  902. ID      Title   Description     Date    Order   Type
  903.                                        
  904. 1       NIBM 40th Anniversary   The proud legacy of being leaders in business education in Sri Lanka from 1968 - 2008 August 26 Convocation NIBMs 31st Diploma Convocation Ceremony is scheduled to commence on 26th August 2008.       08/08/2008 11:00        1       1
  905. 2       The Six Sigma.NIBM Certifications       Six sigma is an integrated, disciplined, proven approach for improving business performance. It is a management methodology driven by data and focuses on projects that will produce measurable business results.       08/08/2008 11:00        2       1
  906. 3       DCSD is accredited by BCS       The Diploma in Computer System Design and the Higher Diploma in Computer Based Information Systems conducted by the MIS division of NIBM has gained credits towards the BCS Professional Examinations conducted by the British Computer Society for 2007/2008.  08/09/2007 11:03        3       1
  907. 4       World Class Management Degrees at NIBM  With the aim of becoming the best management education institute in Sri Lanka, NIBM offers 6 degree programs for the school leavers in collaboration with University of Northumbria, United Kingdom and University College Dublin, Ireland.     08/09/2007 11:04        4       1
  908. 5       Laying the foundation stone for Galle Training Centre   The foundation stone for the proposed NIBM Galle Training Centre was laid at an auspicious moment by Hon. Piyasena Gamage, Minister of Vocational and Technical Training on 29th April 2008.    29/04/2008 11:07        5       2
  909. 6       The 10th Convocation Ceremony held on 07th March, 2008  The 10th Convocation Ceremony of the National Institute of Business Management was held on 07th March 2008 at Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall. Ninety Four students were conferred degrees at this convocation.     07/03/2008 11:07        6       2
  910.  
  911. =============================================================================================
  912.  
  913. News                                   
  914.                                        
  915. ID      Title   Description     Date    Order   Type
  916.                                        
  917. 1       NIBM 40th Anniversary   The proud legacy of being leaders in business education in Sri Lanka from 1968 - 2008 August 26 Convocation NIBMs 31st Diploma Convocation Ceremony is scheduled to commence on 26th August 2008.       08/08/2008 11:00        1       1
  918. 2       The Six Sigma.NIBM Certifications       Six sigma is an integrated, disciplined, proven approach for improving business performance. It is a management methodology driven by data and focuses on projects that will produce measurable business results.       08/08/2008 11:00        2       1
  919. 3       DCSD is accredited by BCS       The Diploma in Computer System Design and the Higher Diploma in Computer Based Information Systems conducted by the MIS division of NIBM has gained credits towards the BCS Professional Examinations conducted by the British Computer Society for 2007/2008.  08/09/2007 11:03        3       1
  920. 4       World Class Management Degrees at NIBM  With the aim of becoming the best management education institute in Sri Lanka, NIBM offers 6 degree programs for the school leavers in collaboration with University of Northumbria, United Kingdom and University College Dublin, Ireland.     08/09/2007 11:04        4       1
  921. 5       Laying the foundation stone for Galle Training Centre   The foundation stone for the proposed NIBM Galle Training Centre was laid at an auspicious moment by Hon. Piyasena Gamage, Minister of Vocational and Technical Training on 29th April 2008.    29/04/2008 11:07        5       2
  922. 6       The 10th Convocation Ceremony held on 07th March, 2008  The 10th Convocation Ceremony of the National Institute of Business Management was held on 07th March 2008 at Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall. Ninety Four students were conferred degrees at this convocation.     07/03/2008 11:07        6       2
  923.  
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  925.  
  926. Timetables                     
  927.                        
  928. Batch   Date    Session1        Session2
  929.                        
  930. 4       01/04/2008      Intro   DBMS
  931. 4       02/04/2008      CT1     CT2
  932. 4       03/04/2008      CT1     CT2
  933. 4       01/05/2008      Intro   DBMS
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