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What will you learn in this Entrepreneurship: Foundation Level: National Certificate in Small Business Financial Management course?
Equip yourself with the skills and knowledge of Entrepreneurship in South Africa. Understand the disadvantages and advantages of starting your own business. You will learn valuable techniques and skills associated with effective record-keeping and financial management required for operating a small business. Get the skills and knowledge on how to perform key financial tasks and the importance of accuracy and effective communication.
Textbook costs included!
Textbooks can be extremely expensive and some institutions do not include it in the course fee. Not at College SA! Our study material and textbooks are included in the total course price, so you do not have to worry about sourcing your own textbooks. We will send you all the necessary study material to complete this course.
Course Cost and Duration
At College SA we offer you the following ways in which you can pay for your studies:
- STUDY DURATION (12 MONTHS)
- STUDY MATERIAL COURIERED TO YOU
- MONTHLY DEBIT ORDER
Total Price*A once-off R950.00 activation fee applies if you pay by debit order
What is included in the course fees?
- Text books and study material
- Courier fee
Course Start Dates
With College SA you can start studying whenever you want, there are no specific course start dates since we offer distance learning. Please speak to our Educational Planners about your enrolment and study options.
- 11 - 14 February 2019
- 13 - 16 May 2019
- 12 - 15 August 2019
- 18 - 21 November 2019
(Please note that your exam fees are not included in the course fee and may be subject to change.)
- Annual registration fee: R 350.00
- Exam fee per subject: R675.00
- Exam re-write fee per subject: R 475.00
- Exam late entry fee per subject: R 490.00
- Exam postponement fee per subject: R 250.00
- Exam re-mark & Examiners report: R950
- 30% of your final mark comes from your coursework
- 70% of your final mark comes from the final exam
- You need at least 50% in the final exam to pass
- You need at least 60% overall to pass
Portfolio of Evidence:
You will only receive your POE (Portfolio of Evidence) directly from the ICB offices when you register for your exam. This will consist of the assignments you have to do during your studies. When you register for your exams, take your POE with, and once you've completed your exam and added it to the POE, you're done!
Exams can be written in February, May, July, September and November each year.
Accreditation InfoStatus: Accredited course Type & reward: National Certificate - NQF Level 4 (SAQA ID 48736)
Provided by: QCTO & ICB
Minimum credits: 120
College SA is authorised and accredited by the ICB to offer the QCTO Occupational-accredited National Qualifications. QCTO and the ICB (The Institute of Certified Bookkeepers) are organisations whose purpose is to quality assure theoretical training to prospective bookkeepers and accountants that meet industry standards. ICB quality assures accredited bookkeeping, accounting, business and administrative courses. These qualifications are recognised by employers and several other professional bodies nationally and internationally which allow students to get a nationally recognised qualification, further their studies and subsequently their careers. Furthermore, successful completion of one of these accredited courses will qualify you for a relevant national certificate or diploma (depending on the course), which is registered on the National Qualifications Framework.QCTO continuously strives to improve the quality of development and training of entrants to the bookkeeping and accounting sector through qualifications. They do this in order to address the skills scarcity that currently exists in the financial market. This ensures that as a bookkeeping or accounting professional you can continuously increase your skills and employers can continuously ensure that their employees are up-to-date with bookkeeping and accounting practices, laws and procedures.
- Grade 11 or equivalent
- You must be at least 16 years old
What subjects make up this course:
What are subjects?
Subjects are the particular fields of study that are covered in a course. The subjects below make up this course and will need to be completed in order for you to complete this course.
Designed to equip you with the basic numerical and communication skills required to operate effectively in business.
Bookkeeping to Trial Balance
Introducing you to source documents, the rules of double entry, subsidiary journals, the general ledger, bookkeeping for the different inventory systems and bank and creditors reconciliations.
ICB Entrepreneurship 1
Learn valuable skills and techniques on how to start up a new business, manage working capital and how to financially plan and control. This module will introduce you to the different types of tax; income tax, value added tax, employee tax and provisional tax. You will also learn how to calculate the tax payable by businesses as well as how to interpret financial statements and record business financial transaction.