FETC

​Generic Management

QUALIFICATION TYPE: ​
FURTHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING CERTIFICATE


NQF LEVEL:
LEVEL 4

RECOMMENDED DURATION:
​9-12 MONTHS

TOTAL CREDITS:
153


​ARE YOU CURRENTLY WORKING IN A MANAGEMENT POSITION AND LOOKING TO TAKE YOUR SKILLS TO THE NEXT LEVEL?

​Effective management - key to every organisations success

​Giving your business the competitive advantage

​Studying management is important because it provides you with the knowledge and skills needed to make your organisation more competitive. That means ​effectively:

  • Organising
  • ​Leading
  • Planning
  • Controlling

​Does it seem like all A manager does is lead and control staff? Are you aware that for every act you see a manager perform, there are many acts you do not SEE? In fact a manager spends ​A LOT OF time ​planning and organising​, so that they can lead and control more effectively.

​Let’s see how much you know by answering these questions for Bob Mahlangu. Bob wants to increase sales.

WHAT SHOULD HIS ACTION PLAN INCLUDE?
WHAT TOOLS SHOULD HE USE IN HIS PLANNING?
HOW SHOULD HE ORGANISE AND DISTRIBUTE HIS RESOURCES TO ACHIEVE THIS GOAL?
DESCRIBE HOW HE SHOULD LEAD AND MOTIVATE HIS TEAM TOWARDS GOAL ATTAINMENT.
HOW CAN HE CONTROL PERFORMANCE?
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​If you could answer all of these questions easily
then you are a management guru and don’t need this course
(just kidding, you could still learn a thing or two),
but if not, you may have seen some areas where you need development or learning.

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​"WHAT AM I LIKE TO WORK FOR?"​

SELF-ASSESSMENT

​WHAT TYPE OF MANAGER ARE YOU?

What you will learn

​Upon achieving this qualification, you will be able to develop plans to achieve defined objectives. Organise resources in accordance with the developed plan and monitor performance to ensure compliance to the plan. You will also be able to lead a team to work co-operatively to achieve objectives and make decisions based on a code of ethics.

WE WILL ENABLE YOU TO:

Planning as a Management Function

​​Organising as a Management Function

Leading as a Management Function

Controlling as a Management Function

Today's Learners become Tomorrow's Leaders

Let us help you get there

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