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Suitable for . . .
The National Certificate in Management: Level 3 is intended for personnel already employed and other learners who intend to follow a career in management. These positions include but are not limited to team members.

Programme Rollout and Modularisation:
This learnership leads to a full qualification, and is offered as 6 x 4 day modules over about 10 months (depending on workplace production peaks and downtimes).
It is preferred that the modules are done over four consecutive days every four to six weeks for maximum learning transfer to occur.

The modules are titled:

  • Knowledge of Self and Team
  • Roles and Responsibilities in Teams
  • Numeracy, Financial Aspects and Problem Solving
  • Business Legislation and Environments
  • Core Business Practices

Programme Assessment for Competence:
Candidates are provided with easy to complete “own work booklets” which combine to form the Portfolio of Evidence (PoE). They start the PoE during class time, and complete a few tasks on their own between each module. The facilitator assesses this work, provides feedback, and if the candidate is competent, he/she is certificated by the Services SETA. No exams are written.

For further information, download a proposal or contact Simphiwe Zuma:
on – 031 467 5640
or e-mail training@dionysus.co.za

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National Certificate: Management (Team Leader)
SAQA ID: 23654
NQF Level 3
Credits: 120

Duration: 10 months contact time.

Course Aim:
The purpose of the qualification is to empower learners to acquire knowledge, skills, attitudes and values required to operate confidently as junior managers (Team Leaders, First Line Managers, Supervisors and Foremen) in the workplace, and to respond to the challenges of the economic environment and managing people in the changing world of work.

Outcomes:
At the end of the course, delegates will be able to:

From a personal perspective:

  • Manage time and work processes
  • Use improved communication and numeracy skills to manage one self and teams

From a workplace perspective:

  • Explain the structure of an organisation
  • Describe the management function of an organization
  • Perform junior management functions
  • Co-ordinate and work with others
  • Apply knowledge of self and team to enhance team performance
  • Maintain records
  • Conduct a formal meeting
  • Induct a new member of a team
  • Motivate a team
  • Interpret current affairs related to a specific business sector
  • Carry out simple research and tasks
  • Recognise the effect of HIV/AIDS on the specific workplace, business sub-sector and own organisation

Suitable for . . .
The National Certificate in Management: Level 3 is intended for personnel already employed and other learners who intend to follow a career in management. These positions include but are not limited to team leaders, supervisors, first line managers and foreman, where an employer has other employees reporting to him/her.

Programme Rollout and Modularisation:
This learnership leads to a full qualification, and is offered as 6 x 4 day modules over about 10 months (depending on workplace production peaks and downtimes).
It is preferred that the modules are done over four consecutive days every four to six weeks for maximum learning transfer to occur.

The modules are titled:

  • Management Functions within Organizations
  • The Role of the Team Leader
  • Team Leader Skills – Personal (Micro) Perspective
  • Team Leader Skills – Department (Meso) Perspective
  • Numeracy, Financial Aspects and Problem Solving
  • Team Leader Skills – Plant/Business (Mega) Perspective

Programme Assessment for Competence:
Candidates are provided with easy to complete “own work booklets” which combine to form the Portfolio of Evidence (PoE). They start the PoE during class time, and complete a few tasks on their own between each module. The facilitator assesses this work, provides feedback, and if the candidate is competent, he/she is certificated by the Services SETA. No exams are written.

For further information, download a proposal or contact Simphiwe Zuma:
on – 031 467 5640
or e-mail training@dionysus.co.za

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Further Education and Training Certificate: Management
SAQA ID: 23656
NQF Level 4
Credits: 140

Duration:
The modules are offered over approximately 10 months, 5 consecutive days a module, 25 contact sessions.

Course Aim:
The purpose of the qualification is to provide fundamental understanding of the key rules, concepts and principles of management in it’s broadest sense, to enable employees to become effective managers in the business arena with an understanding of the global competitive environment.

Outcomes:
At the end of the course, delegates will be able to:

From a personal perspective:

  • Communicate more efficiently
  • Use numeracy more efficiently
  • Make personal decisions
  • Manage personal finances
  • Use a variety of strategies to learn
  • Understand the effect of HIV/AIDS
  • Apply personal ethical conduct
  • Motivate oneself

From a workplace perspective:

  • Manage time
  • Carrying out basic research, information gathering and analysis
  • Analyse urrent affairs and their influence on a specific industry or sector
  • Manage risk in their business unit
  • Apply legislation that regulates labour and safety issues
  • Motivate a team
  • Negotiate in a work situation
  • Understand the role of a business strategy in managing a business
  • Apply the budget function to a business unit
  • Understand the management function of a business and the role and place of a junior manager in an organisation
  • Align a business unit performance to business goals
  • Apply ethical conduct in a business environment
  • Interpret financial statements
  • Understand effect of HIV/AIDS on their own workplaces and the wider business context

Suitable for . . .
This qualification is intended to build the knowledge and skills required by employees in any industry who are currently working as/being groomed for junior management positions.
It is intended to empower candidates to acquire knowledge, skills, attitudes and values required to operate confidently as managers of groups of people in the changing world of work.

Programme Rollout and Modularisation:
This learnership leads to a full qualification, and is offered as 5 x 5 day modules over about 8 to 12 months (depending on workplace production peaks and downtimes).
It is preferred that the modules are done over five consecutive days every 5 – 6 weeks for maximum learning transfer to occur.

The modules are titled:

  • Business Strategy and Alignment
  • Leading and Managing Teams
  • Managerial and Organisational Skills
  • Financial, Asset and Risk Management
  • Numeracy, Financial Aspects and Problem Solving
  • Performance Management

Programme Assessment for Competence:
Candidates are provided with own and group work activities to complete a Portfolio of Evidence (PoE). They start the PoE during class time, and complete a few tasks on their own between each module. This often involves the collection of naturally occurring evidence at the workplace. The facilitator assesses this work, provides feedback, and if the candidate is competent, he/she is certificated by the Services SETA. No exams are written.

Please note that all the above mentioned modules can be done as a full qualification/learnership or individually, based on need.

For further information, download a proposal or contact Simphiwe Zuma:
on – 031 467 5640
or e-mail training@dionysus.co.za

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