Management 1

University Short Course

Management 1

Fee: R5 200.00

Relevant fields of study: Management

Offered by: Graduate Centre for Management (GCM)

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Ms. Siyasanga Ntshinga, Email: ntshingas@cput.ac.za, Telephone: 021 460 8335/ 065 809 4661
To have experienced the application of Management in the workplace,

Basic computer literacy that enables the learner to access and use the CPUT e-classroom online learning environment.
A student who abandons the programme or course must immediately complete the necessary documentation at the Faculty Office, CGM. It is your responsibility to find out liabilities in terms of fees if you discontinue the programme or course.
Managers with one to three years of experience. Those aspiring to, or recently appointed to, supervisory or junior management positions.Entrepreneurs. Non-profit organizations, unions, youth and community leaders.
Management is a growing professional discipline and applied science which is currently making major inroads within the business, industrial, government and related sectors in South Africa. It is a precursor to being declared competent, amongst other things, in general management.

Managing and Managers
Defining management – need and importance
Schools of management - management styles
Management theory - management function
Types of managers – management roles
Planning and Planning Techniques the first management function: planning defined; need for planning; types and uses of plans; planning process; tools and techniques for planning.
Problem Solving and Decision-Making: Rational problem-solving process; division of work; organisational structure; organisational design; power, authority; delegation and decentralisation.
Organisational Design; division of work; organisational structure; power, authority; delegation and decentralisation.
Leading: leadership, theories of leadership, labour relations (brief overview) motivation.
Controlling: meaning of control; the control process; importance of control, types of control methods, design of the control process; financial control methods.
The workplace of the 21st century is about accountability. Assessment is a key feature of any training and education programme. Assessment is a process that involves collecting evidence about your performance, matching the evidence to set outcomes and making a judgment to determine if you are competent to be a manager in the 21st century.

Methods of assessment for the course Management 1 include a formative assessment and summative assessment.

You must obtain a final mark of 50% to be awarded full competence in the course Management 1. All work submitted during the semester will count towards the final mark. The final mark will be compiled according to the following structure:
- Scheduled test 60%
- Class Tests 40%
Online only

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Important dates and times
Remember to apply and register on time.

Application Deadline: 2021-03-15

Course offered at: Online
Course lasts for: 10 Weeks (30 Hours)
Note about registration:
2 weeks prior to commencement date
Class times are: Saturdays, 09:00 – 12:00
Note about class dates:
This date is subject to change depending on the number of people who apply for the course.
Course offered at: Online
Course lasts for: 10 Weeks (30 Hours)
Note about registration:
2 weeks prior to commencement date
Class times are: Saturdays, 09:00 – 12:00
Note about class dates:
The course will commence with minimum of 15 students.

Please note the course is not Credit bearing.

Remember to apply and register on time.

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