Certificate Programs

HCA CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS 

Hubbard College of Administration International is a non-profit membership organization comprised of businesspeople and professionals in many fields who recognize that the management and administrative principles developed by L. Ron Hubbard have a broad application to improve any group.  Hubbard College of Administration provides certificate programs and other educational services to WISE members and the public.

Consultant Training and Certificates

WISE licenses individuals who want to use the management and administrative technology developed by L. Ron Hubbard in consulting activities. WISE requires that such consultants be trained and certified.  Hubbard College of Administration International provides this training and certification.  The four levels of training and certification are described in this section.

Administrative Management Consultant /Executive

The program, nature and level of occupation for which training is provided, as defined by Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) code, is as follows:

SOC CODE: 11-3011.00 Administrative Services Managers

Sample of reported job titles: Administrative Coordinator, Administrative Director, Administrative Manager, Administrative Officer, Administrative Specialist, Administrator, Business Administrator, Business Manager, Facilities Manager, Office Manager

Program Description and Objectives

The purpose of the Administrative Management Consultant program is to provide entrepreneurs and business owners with essential administrative tools to manage and expand their business in any economic situation. The program provides the skills to be your own consultant and take the business to the next level of expansion. 

By the end of this certificate program, graduates will be able to:

  • Communicate effectively in a business consulting environment.
  • Demonstrate and implement business ethics in your role as a consultant
  • Describe executive functions within an organization
  • Write effective business correspondence
  • Manage by Statistics
  • Develop effective Strategic Planning for Organizational Goals
  • Compare and contrast various organizational designs resulting in effective organization flow
  • Demonstrate the skills, attitudes, and knowledge appropriate for the efficient and effective operation of both businesses and nonprofit organizations during the final externship resulting in case studies that the students use as part of their work portfolio.

 

Public Relations and Marketing Consultant/Executive

The program, nature and level of occupation for which training is provided, as defined by Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) code, is as follows:

SOC CODE: 27-3031.00 Public Relations Specialists

Sample of reported job titles: Account Executive, Communications Director, Communications Specialist, Corporate Communications Specialist, Media Relations Specialist, Public Affairs Specialist, Public Information Officer, Public Information Specialist, Public Relations Coordinator, Public Relations Specialist (PR Specialist)

Program Description and Objectives

This program is designed for people who have completed the Administrative Management Consultant Program and wish to acquire further knowledge and skills as a consultant.

This program covers the subject of organization, the functions of organizations, how to design the structure and flows of organizations, the planning process, how to write plans and programs, and marketing, public relations and sales functions.  The program culminates in a final faculty supervised final externship in which the student summarizes the knowledge and skills learned by applying them to help business or organizational clients.

By the end of this certificate program, graduates will be able to:

  • Design organizational structures and business flowcharts
  • Identify the steps in the business planning process
  • Write effective business plans and programs
  • Research a target market
  • Conduct marketing and public relation surveys
  • Develop Public Relations Campaigns
  • Create Marketing Programs
  • Describe the role of public relations as a component of a business’s marketing strategies
  • Demonstrate the skills, attitudes, and knowledge appropriate for the efficient and effective operation of both businesses and nonprofit organizations during the final externship resulting in case studies that the students use as part of their work portfolio.

 

Strategic Management Consultant/Executive

The program, nature and level of occupation for which training is provided, as defined by Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) code, is as follows:

SOC CODE: 15-1199.08 – Business Intelligence Analysts

Sample of reported job titles: Business Intelligence Analyst; Business Intelligence Manager;

Commercial Intelligence Manager; Competitive Intelligence Analyst; Consultant, Strategic Business and Technology Intelligence; Director of Enterprise Strategy; Director of Market Intelligence; Director, Global Intelligence; Intelligence Analyst; Manager, Market Intelligence

Program Description and Objectives

This program is designed for those who have attained the Public Relations and Marketing Consultant Certificate program, and who wish to gain new knowledge and skills.

This program covers the functions of quality control, certification of the quality and validity of products and services, personnel enhancement functions, organizational correction functions, establishment functions of an organization, how to help employees learn and become more productive in their jobs, executive and management functions, and how to debug any area of an organization that is not functioning properly.  The course culminates in a faculty supervised final externship in which the student combines all the knowledge and skills learned to help business or organizational clients.

By the end of this certificate program, graduates will be able to:

  • Describe the basic laws of organization and administration
  • QC Production flow
  • Troubleshoot slow or stuck production lines
  • Define quality control functions within an organization
  • Write effective business plans and programs
  • Demonstrate the activities required to be a successful executive director within an organization
  • Evaluate an organization and create an improvement plan
  • Demonstrate the skills, attitudes, and knowledge appropriate for the efficient and effective operation of both businesses and nonprofit organizations during the final externship resulting in case studies that the students use as part of their work portfolio.

 

Senior Management Consultant/Executive

The program, nature and level of occupation for which training is provided, as defined by Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) code, is as follows:

SOC CODE: 11-1021.00 General and Operations Managers

Sample of reported job titles: Business Manager, Facilities Manager, Facility Manager, General Manager (GM), Operations Director, Operations Manager, Plant Manager, Plant Superintendent, Production Manager, Store Manager

Program Description and Objectives

This course is designed for people who have completed the Strategy Management Consultant Program and who want to gain further knowledge and skills.

This program covers the knowledge and skills required to be able to determine the real causes for any non-optimum business or organizational situations and to be able to write programs that when executed will handle the situation and result in an improved business or organizational condition.  The program also requires the student to do a full write-up of the “hat” of the consultant including the purpose, procedures, all applicable materials, flow charts, results to be produced, and statistics to be kept.  A final faculty supervised final externship requires the student to apply all the knowledge and skills learned to help business or organizational clients.

By the end of this certificate program, graduates will be able to:

  • Describe typical causes for any non-optimum business or organizational situations
  • Write custom plans and programs to address non-optimum business situations
  • Develop a full write-up of the “hat” of the consultant including the purpose, procedures, all applicable materials, flow charts, results to be produced, and statistics to be kept
  • Demonstrate the skills, attitudes, and knowledge appropriate for the efficient and effective operation of both businesses and nonprofit organizations during the final externship resulting in case studies that the students use as part of their work portfolio.

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