FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT N4 - N6
What is this program about?
Once you complete this Diploma you will be able to apply accounting and numeracy skills to enter an accounting occupation directly and be able to deal with all procedures such as to understand accounting and management principles to have the acquired knowledge and skills of accounting systems generally used by business enterprises, Also to have the knowledge and skills of all administrative accounting tasks.
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WHAT WILL YOU LEARN
Financial Accounting studies the basic accounting principles and its contra accounts. Students will have the skills to enter data from the journal to general ledger, cashbook and bank reconciliation. How to do the books of different organisations will be covered e.g. partnerships, public and private companies, corporations, etc.
Studies the different disciplines of communication, motivation and self-image as tools in the organisation. Practical activities are included, especially the writing of business communication documents.
This subject also studies the theory behind advertising, the communication tool for marketing, with emphasis on the role it plays in marketing strategies of an organisation.
COMPUTERISED FINANCIAL SYSTEMS
This subject provides the student with the necessary background to do Pastel Accounting and Pastel Payroll. The subject is presented in a practical and accessible manner.
COST AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
Cost Accounting identifies measures and analyses different costs connected with producing and marketing goods and services. The field of study helps with budgeting, control over costs and furthermore provides and interprets information for short term and strategic decisions.
ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Entrepreneurship and Business Management studies the different aspects of starting your own business. It provides basic knowledge of how to draw up a business plan and all the necessary aspects needed for a business plan.
6 Months per Semester
Semester 1 to 3 = 18 Months
18 Months Practical
- Kathu Campus
- Namaqualand Campus
- Upington Campus