• Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care

  • Level 4 Certificate in Health and Social Care

  • Level 4 Certificate in Business Management

  • Level 5 Diploma in Health and Social Care

  • Level 5 Diploma in Business Management 

  • Level 5 Diploma in Business Enterprise

  • Level 7 Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership

  • Level 7 Diploma in Executive Management

  • Level 7 Diploma in Accounting and Finance

  • Level 7 Diploma in Human Resource Management

  • Level 8 Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership

Level 7 Diploma in Accounting and Finance


Level 7 qualifications are designed to develop the learners’ knowledge, understanding and skills required to deal with the complexities of leadership and strategic management in a business context, and to develop their ability to lead change in organisations.
The Qualifi Level 7 Diploma in Accounting and Finance aims to give learners the opportunity to:

  •  Apply theoretical understanding of accounting theories and concepts to complex and current business issues with a view to improving business practice

  • Critically reflect upon analytical skills and thereby allow learners to prepare for senior roles within their organisation

  •  Develop a lifelong learning attitude to education and training

  •  Gain a critical insight into contemporary research and leading-edge practice within the field of finance.

  •  Develop considerable autonomy in their learning and enhance their ability to plan and implement investment projects and portfolio management.

  •  Generate originality and enterprise in approaching global financial issues

  •  Demonstrate self-direction, initiative and autonomy in research and scholarship towards a new contribution to knowledge in a chosen field of finance.

Entry Requirements

The Qualification has been designed to be accessible without artificial barriers that restrict access and progression. Entry to the Qualifications will be through centre interview and the candidates will be expected to hold the following
Level 6 Qualification or;
First Degree
In certain circumstances, managers with considerable experience but no formal Qualifications may be considered, subject to interview and being able to demonstrate their ability to cope with the demands of the programme. This would typically be a minimum of 5 years in an accounting and finance role.
In the case of applicants whose first language is not English, then IELTS 6 (or equivalent) is required. International Qualifications will be checked for appropriate matriculation to UK Higher Education postgraduate programmes. The applicants are normally required to produce two supporting references, at least one of which should preferably be Academic.

Qualification Structure

The QUALIFI Diploma in Human Resource Management is a Level 7 Qualification made up of 120 credits.The overall structure of the course is based on 6 units that cover a number of topics relating to learning outcomes. All 6 modules are mandatory. Each unit has the equivalency of 20 credits.
Learners will be invited to attend lectures and workshops that will introduce the subject matter. Learners must complete all units successfully and achieve 120 credits before the Diploma can be issued.

  • Strategy and Global Finance (20 Credits): The aim of this unit is to ensure the learner can exercise techniques and decide on decisions that add value in terms of corporate finance based on sound theoretical concepts. In addition, the unit helps the learner to present and interpret financial information in a recognised format and to work independently to solve the problems arising within the specified time given. It also endures that the learning can be applied on the practical context.

  • Strategic Financial Management (20 Credits): The aim of this unit is to provide learners ability to exercise the techniques and to make value added decisions in corporate strategy and finance based on sound theoretical concepts. Further it enhances the contribution on the formulation of business strategy, creation of comprehensive business development plans, together bringing their specialist accounting and finance skills as well as the strategic management learning of the module.

  • Strategic Auditing (20 Credits):  The aim of this unit is to help students understand the ability to choose and apply suitable investigative techniques on a variety of situations which are simple and non-simple in the accounting environment. The unit provides a profound learning on the aims, objectives and methods of auditors and their contribution on the achievement of true and fair view on the published accounts.

  • Ethical Behaviour and Corporate Governance (20 Credits): The aim of this unit is to reveal the sequential development and guideline of accounting and the impact of accounting and finance on the environment, the various stakeholders and on the society. The learners of this module will be equipped with the knowledge and skills essential to act as an advisor in relation to the governing authorities on the private, public and charitable sectors.

  • Corporate Reporting (20 Credits): The aim of this unit is to assist the learners in the preparation and interpretation of financial statements for a group of companies where it is prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and to understand and evaluate the key aspects of accounting theory. On the completion of the unit the learners will be able to communicate complex numerical and qualitative information effectively and solve problems in a selective and critical manner.

  • Financial Analyst (20 Credits): The purpose of this unit is to develop the understanding of market equilibrium models, bond valuation and performance evaluation. At the end of this module students should be encouraged to make enquiries as to the cause and effect of the impact of current developments in the world’s capital markets on the investment process and critically appraise current thinking on the theories and investments.

Duration and Delivery

This Qualification is designed to be delivered over one academic year for full-time study but it is also flixible in it's delivery in order to accommodate part-time distance learning. 

The qualification is delivered face-to-face, through lectures, tutorials, seminars and online by approved ventres only. 

Assessment and Verification

All units include summative assessments. Assignments are handed out by course tutors and marked in line with the marking processes.
Assessment is varied and may include; written reports, business plans, change management plans, presentations, group work, viva, a worked-based project and personal development plan.
All assessments are linked to the learning outcomes of each module identified in Appendix 1 module descriptors. Learners are encouraged to act on feedback from tutors and markers so that they can take as part of their own learning and development.


The tutors will also act as assessors. This will contribute to the verification of the student submitting their own work and will act against cheating or plagiarism as the student will be known.


Learners completing the QUALIFI Level 7 Diploma in Human Resource Management will allow progress to:

  • The QUALIFI Level 8 Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership, or

  • A university partner to complete a dissertation to then receive a full master’s degree, or

  • Directly into employment in an associated profession.