PUBLIC MANAGEMENT N4 - N6

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What is this program about?

Once you complete this programme you will understand the principles on which the South African Economy is founded and have the skills to be an entrepreneur. This includes insight into the management environment in which the business functions to provide the characteristics and skills which are needed to start and successfully manage your own business, and also to have insight into the challenging world of entrepreneurship and the social responsibilities of entrepreneurs. You would also need to be familiar with the economic and business environment in which entrepreneurs function and to be able to prepare a successful business plan.

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Career Opportunities

  • Entrepreneur
  • Sales
  • Bookkeeping
  • Administration

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SUBJECTS

First Semester N4

Entrepreneurship & Business Management

Management Communication

Computer Practice

Public Administration

Second Semester N5

Financial Administration

Municipal Administration

Computer Practice

Public Administration

Third Semester N6

Entrepreneurship and Business Management

Cost And Management Accounting

Computerised Financial Systems

Financial Accounting

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

Public administration is the implementation of government policy and also an academic discipline that studies this implementation and prepares civil servants for working in the public service.

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.

SALES MANAGEMENT

Office Practice provides secretarial students with the required knowledge of the secretarial career and with the practical skills in office procedures, to perform with self-confidence the functions attached to the post of secretary and eventually the post of management assistant.

COMPUTER PRACTICE

Computer Practice enables students to utilise the computer and peripherals functionally and to apply software application programs independently and with confidence in an office environment.

MANAGEMENT COMMUNICATION

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 PastelAccounting and Pastel Payroll. The subject is presented in a practical and accessible manner.

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

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.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS