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COMPUTERISED FINANCIAL SYSTEMS (CFS)
N4: Setting up a set of accounts, capturing source documents and processing information.
N5: Payroll entries, pay slips, spreadsheets Excel.
N6: Financial statements and budgeting on Pastel, Advanced Excel spreadsheet.

COMPUTER PRACTICE: MS OFFICE PACKAGE
N4: Theoretical knowledge of systemprogrammes and computers; Word Processing; Spreadsheets.
N5: Advance theory; Word Processing, Spreadsheets and Database programmes.
N6: Extensive theoretical knowledge and advanced Word Processing graphics, labels, styles, etc.

COST & MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
N5: Concepts, principles, procedures and elements of costing, e.g. material, labour and manufacturing overheads;  double entry with special attention to an integrated system; financial statements of a manufacturing concern.
N6: Job, contract and standard costing; cost control and decision- making; budgets and budget control.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP & BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Intro N4 & N4: All aspects of planning to start a small business are studied, as well as the nature of the different
types of businesses. At the end of the course, you will be able to draw up your own business plan.
N5: The management of business operations, leadership, planning, organising and control.
N6: An overview of start-up possibilities in business, strategic growth and competitive advantage.

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
N4: Departmental accounts and cash flow statement.
N5: Partnership, financial statements, stock control, insurance claims, interpretation of annual statements.
N6: Companies and CloseCorporations, cash flow statements, credit agreements and internal auditing.

LABOUR RELATIONS
N5: An introduction to Labour Law, with specific reference to the history of labour in SA, labour legislation and the structuring of labour in the workplace.
N6: Provides specific insight into collective bargaining, negotiations, settlement of disputes and the drawing up of relevant documentation.

MANAGEMENT COMMUNICATION
N4: The two main components are communication theory and business correspondence.

MARKET RESEARCH
N6: This deals with the systematic gathering, recording and analysis of data about problems relating to marketing goods and services.

MARKETING COMMUNICATION
N6: It is concerned with the underlining principles of advertising, including the planning and execution of the advertising process and the entire promotional strategy that could be followed. Advertising agencies and those  organisations that control advertising, are some of the interesting aspects that are studied.

PERSONNEL TRAINING
N5
: Aspects of training and development in SA, e.g. management of training, adult learning, training methods, presentation skills, organising meetings and workshops, are studied.
N6: The design, presentation, evaluation and management of a training programme.

PUBLIC RELATIONS
N5: A comprehensive overview of the basic principles of PR. Topics include: the nature of PR, task of a PR person,  designing a PR programme, corporate culture, image and identity.
N6: Printing, media, advertising, exhibitions, seminars, specia events, crisis management, sponsorships, social  responsibility and research.

SALES MANAGEMENT
N5: Learners will be introduced to the total sales process from initial contact with the customer to final delivery of the product and/or service.
N6: Studying the organising, recruitment, selection and training of a sales force; sales compensation, sales evaluation,  etc .