60% Face-to-face, 40% Distance learning
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Contact classes, team work, individual work, ZOOM-meetings..
n this study unit the assessing of the competences will be done by using the criteria set for requirement level I.
BACHELOR'S DEGREE INITIAL STAGE STUDENTS
Students are able to:
• Apply professional concepts expertly.
• Comply with occupational safety instructions responsibly and independently.
• Justify activities using research knowledge.
• Work independently and take initiatives in line with objectives. Operations are often flexible, systematic, development-oriented, creative and active.
• Select the appropriate techniques and models for activities, and justify the choices.
• Act in customer-oriented ways and according to the situation.
• Promote group activities.
• Able to critically apply ethical principles in the subject field in one's conduct and tasks.
Students are able to:
• Apply professional concepts systematically.
• Apply occupational safety instructions in their activities.
• Justify, compare and analyse their activities using general guidelines.
• Able to cope independently in different tasks in each operating environment.
• Apply acquired techniques and models diversely.
• Act professionally in customer situations.
• Work in a group in line with objectives.
• Justify their activities in accordance with ethical principles..
Students are able to:
• Apply most important/individual and appropriate professional concepts, and indicate their familiarity with the knowledge base.
• Act safely, although activities are often schematic/ experimental/ fumbling/ self-involved.
• Comply with rules and instructions, and justify their activities using provided instructions.
• Act appropriately under guidance.
• Use acquired techniques and models.
• Take customers into account in their actions.
• Act as group members.
• Act in accordance with ethical principles.
01.01.2022 - 31.07.2022
29.11.2021 - 05.12.2021
20 - 30
Laurea Leppävaara, service
Lasse Kivinen, Sini Setälä
Understanding customers can be challenging. How do we define what is valuable for an individual customer? What about organizations as customers? Today, many of the trends are international, but their local interpretation and implementation may still be very multifold. The study of the human mind has gone a long way, but part of the mind’s operations, especially on individual level, still remain difficult to forecast.
During this course we will define the factors that underlie customer actions, feelings, and judgment processes. We strive to understand purchasing decisions from the perspective of the individual and the organization, and analyze patterns and trends in customer behaviour.
Degree Programme in Safety, Security and Risk Management (HRA), Laurea Leppävaara
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Contact classes and deadlines.
The workload is approximately 135 hours total.
1. Orientation, Customers, Customer Relationships, The Business Idea
2. Buying Behaviour
3. Understanding Customer Behaviour in Practice
On campus in Leppävaara according to schedule and Covid-19 allowing.
Presence is compulsory on the first day, 17.03.2022 12.30 - 15.00.