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What will you learn in this Business Management (Information Technology Management): Short Course ?
This course introduces you to the fundamentals of information technology and managing information systems. You will also learn about communicating professionally within the business and to clients, the different forms of communication and communication theory. You will also learn how to manage projects and teams.
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 (6 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.
You will need to submit a Portfolio of Evidence and assignments which will be used to determine your competency. Once you have successfully completed the Portfolio of Evidence and assignments you will receive a certificate confirming course completion.
Accreditation InfoStatus: Non-accredited short course Type & reward: College SA Provider Programme Short Course - certificate confirming course completion
Provided by: College SA
Minimum credits: N/A
College SA has put together a range of courses that address the need for affordable skills development. These courses, made up from a range of providers as well as some of our own proprietary material, have been developed specifically for distance learners to help them gain skills. Although these courses are non-accredited, they are extremely valuable for many students since the information is relevant, up to date and will help you improve your job performance in your chosen field. These courses are typically more affordable than accredited courses, do not require formal exams to pass and are often structured in such a way that you can level up your skills as you go along. They are perfect for self-development and demonstrate to employers/potential employers your willingness to learn and improve yourself thereby increasing your ability to find a job or get a better job.
- Grade 10
- Learners must be at least 16 years of age
- The ability to read and write English
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.
This module explores the basic principles of communication, interpersonal relationships and social reaction. We will also look at communication in the business organisation, media and the importance of communication, advertising fundamentals, meeting procedures, correspondence and oral communication.
In order to be efficient in a management position, you require certain managerial skills. In this module we explore the principles of management, key managerial functions, how to be a leader, contemporary issues in management, case-study methods, project management and the project management cycle.
IT Principles (Business Computing - An African Perspective)
Information technology essentials are suitable for anyone who would like to step into an entry-level position in the IT field. It's also essential to those who would like to study further into the field of IT. This module covers the basics of computers, computer systems, BIS and storage devices, business requirements and computer selection, principles of internal computer operation, database systems, spreadsheets, office automation, package software, computer disaster planning, networks and shared date, security and ISD.