Biotechnology is the application of science and technology to living organisms for the production of knowledge, goods and services. Where many consider biotechnology to be the main focus of innovation business in the wake of declining activity in the ICT sector.
This course, offered by the British Academy for Training and Development, is aimed at entrepreneurs in the biotechnology sector and anyone interested in one aspect of entrepreneurship in biotechnology. Graduate students, who may be entrepreneurs, include people who have already begun to set up their own businesses or those who have stayed in business for a while and want to look at entrepreneurship from a biotechnological perspective. University students may also want to attend.
Risk management is a process of risk Identification, Measurement, & Assessment, beside the development of strategies for management and reduction of prospective damages. These strategies include risk transfer, prevention, minimization of adverse impacts, and finally the absorption methods of some or all of the obligatory consequences. It can also be defined as Management Activities aimed at controlling risk and exerting maximum efforts and potential to reduce any risks to the acceptable levels.
This course is provided for anyone who wants to acquire significant skills in warehouse and warehouse management, to learn the secrets of logistics in institutions and companies, and to develop the reality of logistics work in enterprises. Supply Chains are networks of independent or semi-autonomous business entities that are jointly responsible for the needs insurance, manufacturing and distribution activities of one or more interrelated products, and can also be defined as a sequence of Delivery of a commodity or service, and start main raw materials and ends with the final customer.