The Diploma in Public Management is designed to cultivate you for an influential, successful career in managing business firms, the public sector, or other non-profit organisations.
Managers in this sector are tasked with interpreting the public policy and then expertly implementing public services in the most mutually beneficial, functional, constructive ways.
This module provides students with the necessary knowledge and skills to become efficient incumbents of posts and officials in the provincial and local departments of the public sector. Public Administrators work for the common good. In order to serve the community and affect positive change, you first need to lay the foundation by educating yourself in all sectors; the skills learned in Public Administration are transferable far past the bounds of the career. Disciplines such as Project Management and Program Management derive necessary competencies from Public Administration.
Entrepreneurship & Business Management
Learn the basics of how to draw up a business plan. This module teaches you all the different aspects of starting your own business, by offering a holistic approach to entrepreneurial studies. Once you’re accredited, you will be ready to facilitate the streamlining of all business processes while working inside of an allocated budget.
Municipal Administration is the practice of delegating work to all the officials of the local government unit, under the supervision, direction and control of governmental authorities.
This module uncovers the role of government in distributing governmental grants, funds and other incomes. Public finance is the management of a country’s revenue, expenditures, and debt.
The Public law module studies the relations between legal persons and a government, between different branches of governments, and relationships between persons who threaten society.
Computer Practice N4
This subject covers all the necessary programs a student will need to master in order to be effective in the modern-day office environment. Learn how to navigate Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and basic internet and email functionality.
Learn the basics of the Finance field with this entry-level course.
The Public Relations module teaches students how to properly represent a business and brand to consumers. This subject analyzes how and why customers perceive a business in a certain way.
This module discusses how computers and other smart devices process information and how to use the data therefrom.
Learn the different disciplines of communication, motivation, and self-image as tools in the organisation. You will also be taught how to properly write business communication documents.
This subject provides practical skills in office procedures attached to the positions of Secretary, Administrator, and Management Assistant.
The Marketing Management module teaches students about the various target markets, consumer behaviour, the marketing mix, marketing strategies and more. Learn the theory behind advertising and its role in marketing strategies.