Managerial Training

Basic Business
Principles

US ID: 8000
A learner accredited with this standard will be able to understand and effectively apply basic business principles in order to improve productivity and efficiency of practice within the Freight Handling Environment.

Business
Management

US ID 119668
Learners working towards this standard will be learning towards the full qualification, or will be working within a SMME (Small, Medium, Micro Enterprise) environment, specializing in New Venture Ownership and Management, where the acquisition of competence against this standard will add value to one’s job. This standard will also add value to entrepreneurs who are seeking to develop their entrepreneurial skills so that they can become more marketable for bigger contracts, including commercial and public sector contracts, for example the Department of Public Works programmes.

The qualifying learner is capable of:

  • Implementing an action plan for business operations
  • Mobilizing resources for a new venture
  • Managing own time productively
  • Monitoring productivity in a business venture
  • Implementing and managing a basic quality system in a new venture
Write Texts For a Range of Communicative Contexts

US ID 8970
Learners at this level write texts with complex subject matter and a need for various levels of formality in language and construction. They select text type, subject matter and language to suit specific audiences and purposes. Writers can use linguistic structures and features to influence readers. They edit own writing to meet the demands of a range of text-types. They use language appropriate to the socio-cultural, learning or workplace/technical environment as required.

Learners credited with this unit standard are able to:

  • write for a specified audience and purpose
  • use language structures and features to produce coherent and cohesive texts for a wide range of contexts
  • draft own writing and edit to improve clarity and correctness
Demonstrate an Understanding of Contracts

US ID 13995
A candidate credited with this general competence will be able to: discuss different contracts, the role of government in contracts and the institutional sources of contracts.

Understanding of Employment Relationships

US ID: 10170
This unit standard is intended for persons who hold, or seek to hold, a supervisor or shop steward position. Persons credited with this unit standard are able to contribute to the effective functioning of an organisation by understanding the roles of various stakeholders in the organisation, and understanding agreements, policies and procedures related to employment in the organisation.

Individual and Team Performance

US ID 11473
This unit standard is intended for people who are or who aspire to become supervisors or line managers at any level. Persons credited with this unit standard are able to set performance goals and measures; to formulate development plans; and to monitor and evaluate performance.

Time Management

US ID 15091
This unit standard is for any learner who needs to manage time in a responsible and effective way in every day life situations.”, This unit standard may be used a core or elective component within a GETC or any vocationally based qualification. The unit standard will also contribute to the full development of the learner as well as complement economic and social transformation. Must be moved to the left, description of the course is fine

Managerial Expertise and Administrative Capabilities

US ID: 14001
A candidate credited with this general competence will be able to: demonstrate an understanding of managerial expertise and administrative systems. 

Participate effectively in a team

US ID: 244605
This unit standard is intended for learners at all levels who are members of groups or teams. It will equip them to be effective members of teams or groups both in the workplace and in the community.

The qualifying learner is capable of:

  • Investigating the advantages and disadvantages of working in a team or group.
  • Identifying the characteristics of an effective team or group.
  • Identifying the roles and responsibilities of individuals in a team or group.
  • Exploring techniques to manage group dynamics. 

 

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