Be an indispensable all-rounder. This programme is perfect for those of you who want to learn a little bookkeeping, and a lot of all-round office knowledge. By learning about all the elements that contribute to a smooth-running office, you’ll be able to help out in just about any department. Increase your knowledge – and your responsibilities as you work your way through this programme’s 12 subjects, you’ll move up from the Foundation Level through the Intermediate Level and ultimately to the Advanced Level –and achieve their associated NQF qualifications.
This programme is a great choice if you want to help any company run in an organised way. The knowledge you gain in each successive qualification builds on the last, allowing you to take on key functions and increased responsibility in your workplace.
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The office administration course is perfect for those of you who want to learn a little bookkeeping and a lot of all-round office knowledge.
By learning about all the elements that contribute to a smooth-running office, you’ll be able to help out in just about any department.
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Subjects / learning areas:
|Foundation Level: Certificate: Office Administration
|Marketing Management and Public Relations (MMPR)
||Business and Office Administration (BOA1)
|Business Law and Administrative Practice (BLAP)
||Bookkeeping to Trial Balance (BKTB
|Cost and Management Accounting (CMGT)
||Business Literacy (BUSL)
|Intermediate Level: Higher Certificate: Office Administration
|Business and Office Administration 2 (BOA2)
|Human Resources Management and Labour Relations (HRLR)
|Advanced Level: Diploma: Office Administration
|Business and Office Administration 3 (BOA3)
|Financial Statements (FNST)
- Junior Office Administrator
- Office Assistant
- Public Relations Officer
- Marketing Administrator
- Senior Office Administrator
- General Office Manager
- Human Resource Administrator
- Labour Relations Administrator
- Office Manager
- Public Relations Manager
- Administrative Manager
- Lecturer-based classes
- Portfolio of Evidence and various Assessments
- Contact the Academic Councilor
- Certification through ICB
- NQF level 5 to 6
Up To Date Curriculum
This course forms the Intermediate Level in the ICB Business Management and the ICB Entrepreneurship Program’s as well as the Foundation Level in the ICB Office Administration Programme. It looks at how the marketing and public relations functions work together to build a brand for a business. While marketing is interested in the market, consumers and demand, public relations is interested in relationships, reducing conflict and improving cooperation. Good public relations will create a healthy environment for marketing, which, in turn should create healthy profits.
Business administration is management of a business. It includes all aspects of overseeing and supervising business operations and related field which include Accounting, Finance and Marketing.
This course forms part of the Foundation Level in the ICB Office Administration Program. It looks at how the law affects us all. Even our most basic day-to-day decisions have legal implications. In business, basic knowledge of legalities that underlie the world of commerce is paramount. The aim of this course is to make South African law understandable and to answer common questions about the law in layman’s terms. It is important to note that laws are not static – they change over time, and new laws are promulgated from time to time. The topics covered in this course range from the basics of the South African legal system, to commercial laws involving contracts and litigation.
This programme is for learners who are responsible for controlling the finances of a small business or who are responsible for the bookkeeping aspect of financial management in organisations.
Management accounting is a business practice that allows a company to chart an adequate profitability plan in the short-term, furthering a sound control of administrative expenses as well as financial costs in manufacturing process, according to Accounting for Management, a financial and managerial accounting resources portal. Also called cost accounting, this branch of accounting focuses on budgeting and financial planning.
Is to teach employees about their business, how success is measured, and how they make an impact.
This course forms part of the ICB Office Administration Programme. Your office manager is probably the most important person at your company. They keep the place working sensibly, enabling everyone else to do their own job. The office manager provides that vital bridge between you and your staff, often coping with Human resource duties, as well as accounts and general office maintenance or servicing. They may even double as your PA in smaller organizations. So whether it‘s general office upkeep you want or something more all-encompassing, your office manager is key to a co-ordinated workplace.
This course forms part of the Intermediate Level in the ICB Business Management, Entrepreneurship and the ICB Office Administration Programmes. Human Resource Management and Labour Relations is a comprehensive course for those individuals aiming to excel in the Human Resources department of the organisation. South Africa’s labour legislation is among the most progressive in the world, providing for institutions to settle disputes and ensure fairness in the workplace. To this effect, scholars in this field need a thorough understanding of labour legislation, human rights and labour practices in South Africa.
Pertaining to the production, distribution, and use of income, wealth, and commodities.
This course forms part of the Advanced level in the ICB Office Administration Programme. Good office managers need three attributes in particular. They must be well organised, be good communicators and have a particularly large dose of common sense. The role not only needs someone who has authority and is respected, but also the knack of persuasion for all those trifling little things that need doing but tend not to get done. In addition, a basic knowledge of accounts or budgets is an advantage as usually the role involves monitoring or authorizing expenditure and invoices and keeping basic office expenses as low as possible.
FNST is the final level financial reporting paper for AAT candidates and as such it is important that this paper is set at an appropriate level of difficulty. AAT candidates are training to be accountants and accountants have to prepare statements of financial position and comprehensive income statements as well as the statement of cash flows.
The process of dealing with or controlling things or people.