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Certified NGO Manager

  • by Angelus
  • Course level: All Levels

Description

Course overview

It takes extreme strategic expertise to run non-governmental organisations, and the responsibility increases with an increase in the reach of organisations. In wake of public and governmental accountability and to fulfil their aims and goals, NGOs actively seek and devise policies and programs for better administration and securing workflow. An NGO Manager does exactly that and also ventures into social media marketing and legal compliances.

Certified NGO Manager Course has been created by Vskills to ensure candidates get up-to-date knowledge of managing and administering a non-governmental organization. The curriculum will prepare course takers for grasping concepts like legal procedures, Accounting, Office and Documentation, Budgeting and Resource Mobilization, Project Management, Social Marketing, Partnership, Liaoning, Capacity Building, Code of Ethics & Conduct, Internet and communication skills.

Overall, the course is rightly aligned with work and other commitments of individuals as they can take the certification exam anywhere and at any time. It is regular paced so candidates can slowly catch up and acquire fundamentals of the industry and build a strong foothold over the same. 24*7 Learning Management System addresses all the queries of candidates and provides the opportunity to learn as and when they can.

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60h

Self-paced examination system

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1 Courses

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100.00 for 1 month

Material Includes

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Enrolment validity: Lifetime

Requirements

  • To be qualified for the certification, candidates need to first finish the course and its learnings by completing the tests on the due date. Thereafter, they must take the one-hour certificate qualifying exam and score at least 50% to receive their Online Certification. This test is of 50 marks. So, to clear it, candidates must secure 25 marks minimum.