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Junior Book-Keeper

  • National Certificate: Bookkeeping NQF L3 - SAQA ID 58375
    Details
    Title with ICB Designation: Certified Junior Bookkeeper

    Pre-qualifications:
    Grade 10 (Std 8) or equivalent, No prior accounting knowledge needed You must be at least 16 years of age.


    Subjects / Learning areas: Business Literacy

    Bookkeeping to Trial Balance Payroll and Monthly SARS Returns Computerised Bookkeeping

    What you'll be able to do:
    Accounts Clerk, Debtors Clerk, Creditors Clerk, Payroll Clerk. Complete monthly bookkeeping to trial balance; reconcile supplier statements, inventory systems and bank statements; calculate PAYE / SDL / UIF remuneration; monthly EMP201 returns and EMP deductions; annual EMP501, IRP5, IRP6 and IT3a documents and VAT 201 returns.

Senior Book-Keeper

  • Further Education and Training Certificate:
    Bookkeeping NQF L4 - SAQA ID 58376
    Details
    Title with ICB Designation: Certified Senior Bookkeeper

    Pre-qualifications:
    Grade 11 (Std 9) or equivalent Successful completion of the previous learning areas (1-4) – or be a qualified Certified Junior Bookkeeper.


    Subjects / Learning areas:

    Financial Statements
    Cost and Management Accounting

    What you'll be able to do:
    Junior Accountant, Assistant Accountant. Perform all monthly and annual bookkeeping; asset disposal; year-end adjustments; analysis of financial statements; understand cash flow; complete basic management accounts; working knowledge of cost accounting, financial management and business ethics

Technical Accountant

  • National Diploma: Technical Financial Accounting
    NQF L5 - SAQA ID 36213
    Details
    Title with ICB Designation: Certified Technical Financial Accountant

    Pre-qualifications:
    Grade 12 (Std 10) or equivalent - with accounting as a subject Successful completion of the previous learning areas (1-6) – or be a qualified Certified Senior Bookkeeper.


    Subjects / Learning areas:

    Income Tax Returns
    Business Law and Accounting Control

    What you'll be able to do:
    Junior Accountant, Assistant Accountant. Perform all monthly and annual bookkeeping; asset disposal; year-end adjustments; analysis of financial statements; understand cash flow; complete basic management accounts; working knowledge of cost accounting, financial management and business ethics

Financial Accountant

  • National Diploma: Financial Accounting
    NQF L6 - SAQA ID 20366
    Details
    Title with ICB Designation: Certified Financial Accountant

    Pre-qualifications:
    Successful completion of the previous learning areas (1-8) – or be a qualified Certified Technical Financial Accountant.
    National Diploma: Technical Financial Accounting NQF L5 – or equivalent.


    Subjects / Learning areas:

    Corporate Strategy
    Management Accounting and Control Systems
    11. Financial Reporting and Regulatory Frameworks
    Accounting Theory and Practice*

    *By dissertation

    What you'll be able to do:
    Financial Accountant, apply to SAIBA to become an Accounting Officer. Compile annual financial statements; sign off same for close corporations; work closely with a Chartered Certified Accountant and Registered Auditor; have a thorough knowledge of accounting theory and practice, corporate strategy and regulatory frameworks.

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    Time to complete: 2,5 hours

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    May/June Exams Nov Exams
    - MATRIC REWRITE OLD CURRICULUM - MATRIC REWRITE NCS
    - Mathematics - Mathematics
    - Physical Science - Physical Science
    - Biology - Life Science
    - English - English
    - Business Economics - Business Studies
    - Economics - Economics
    - Accounting - Accounting
    - Geography - Geography
    - Computer Typing - Computer Application Tech.
    - Mercantile Law - Life Orientation
    - Afrikaans - Other Languages - Afrikaans - Other Languages

BUILDING & CIVIL ENGINEERING N1- N6

  • National Diploma: Financial Accounting
    NQF L6 - SAQA ID 20366
    Details
    • PERSONALITY TRAITS
    • Accuracy
      A love for the outdoors
      Self-discipline
      Mathematical skills
      Technically minded

    • CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
    • Construction Foreman
      Construction Supervisor
      Plumber
      Contractor
      Building Inspector
      Assistant Surveyor

    • ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
    • For N1 Grade 12 Certificate with A Pass in Mathematics and Physical Science
      For N4 – N3
      For N2 – N1
      For N5 – N4
      For N3 – N2 /Technical Grade 12
      For N6 – N5

    • DURATION & QUALIFICATIONS
    • The duration of each level is THREE months. Therefore a TRIMESTER timetable is followed enabling the successful learner to accumulate THREE national certificates during the course of ONE year.
    • QUALIFICATIONS
    • After successfully completing the N6 course and a 24-month in-service training period spent in an environment relevant to the qualification, the student can apply for the National Diploma in Building & Civil Engineering.

    • ASSESSMENT
    • The pass requirement is a minimum of 40% per subject. Evaluations are cumulative, based on regular class tests and practical testing. At the end of each trimester an external examination is written.

    CURRICULUM
    N1
    - Plumbing/Bricklaying
    - Building Drawing
    - Building Science
    - Mathematics

    N2
    - Plumbing/Bricklaying
    - Building Drawing
    - Building Science
    - Mathematics

    N3
    - Building Construction
    - Building Science
    - Building Drawing
    - Mathematics

    N4
    - Building Administration
    - Building & Structure Construction
    - Building & Structure Surveying
    - Quantity Surveying #
    - Mathematics
    N5
    - Building Administration
    - Building & Structural Construction
    - Building & Structural Surveying
    - Quantity Surveying #
    - Mathematics #

    N6
    - Building Administration
    - Building & Structural Construction
    - Building & Structural Surveying
    - Quantity Surveying #
    - Mathematics #

    The Civil Engineer creates large-scale projects such as roads, bridges, railways and all kinds of heavy construction. He / She is involved in planning, design, construction and operation. For those who want to be part of upgrading of living standards, a career in Building and Civil Engineering will bring great rewards.

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING N1- N6

  • Details
    • PERSONALITY TRAITS
    • Candidates need to have good eyesight and should not be color blind
      Good communication skills
      Natural aptitude for working with tools
    • CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
    • For N1 Grade 12 Certificate with A Pass in Mathematics and Physical Science
      For N4 – N3
      For N2 – N1
      For N5 – N4
      For N3 – N2 /Technical Grade 12
      For N6 – N5)

    • ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
    • For N1 Grade 12 Certificate with A Pass in Mathematics and Physical Science
      For N4 – N3
      For N2 – N1
      For N5 – N4
      For N3 – N2 /Technical Grade 12
      For N6 – N5

    • DURATION & QUALIFICATIONS
    • The duration of each level is THREE months. Therefore a TRIMESTER timetable is followed, with registration taking place in January, April and August, enabling the successful student to accumulate THREE national certificates during the course of one year.
    • ASSESSMENT
    • The pass requirement is a minimum of 40% per subject. Evaluations are cumulative, based on regular class tests and practical testing. At the end of each trimester an external examination is written.

    CURRICULUM
    N1
    - Electrical Trade Theory
    - Industrial Electronics
    - Engineering Science
    - Mathematics

    N2
    - Electrical Trade Theory
    - Industrial Electronics
    - Engineering Science
    - Mathematics

    N3
    - Electrical Technology
    - Industrial Electronics
    - Mathematics
    - Engineering Science

    N4
    - Mathematics
    - Industrial Electronics
    - Electrotechnics
    - Engineering Science #
    - Fault Finding & Protective Devices #

    N5
    - Mathematics
    - Industrial Electronics
    - Engineering Physics #
    - Fault Finding & Protective Devices#

    N6
    - Mathematics
    - Industrial Electronics
    - Electrotechnics
    - Engineering Science #
    - Fault Finding & Protective Devices #
    - Installation Rules ( Paper 1 & 2)-Part Time

    # CHOICE SUBJECTS

    TThe Electrical field of study consists of two main fields, namely Electrical Heavy Current and Electrical Light Current (also known as Electronics). Electricians are involved in the generation, installation, distribution and usage of electricity via electrically-operated equipment, e.g. Refrigerator, generators, stoves, heaters and industrial and domestic installations.

ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING N1- N6

  • Details
    • PERSONALITY TRAITS
    • Technically minded people
      People who can work with their hands
    • CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
    • Radio & TV Technician
      Technician: Photocopier & Fax machine
      Telecommunications Technician
      Instrumentation Technician
      Domestic Appliance Technician
      Cell phone Repairs
      Car Radio Installation
      TV & Aerial Installation

    • ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
    • For N1 Grade 12 Certificate with A Pass in Mathematics and Physical Science
      For N4 – N3
      For N2 – N1
      For N5 – N4
      For N3 – N2 /Technical Grade 12
      For N6 – N5

    • DURATION & REQUIREMENTS
    • The duration of each level is THREE months. Therefore a TRIMESTER timetable is followed, with registration taking place in January, April and August, enabling the successful student to accumulate THREE national certificates during the course of one year.
    • DURATION & REGISTRATION
    • After successfully completing the N6 course and a 24-month in-service training period spent in an environment relevant to the qualification, the student can apply for the National Diploma in Electronics Engineering.
    • QUALIFICATIONS
    • After successfully completing the N6 course and a 24-month in-service training period spent in an environment relevant to the qualification, the student can apply for the National Diploma in Electronics Engineering
    • ASSESSMENT
    • The pass requirement is a minimum of 40% per subject. Evaluations are cumulative, based on regular class tests and practical testing. At the end of each trimester an external examination is written.

    CIRRICULUM

    N1
    - Radio & Television Theory
    - Industrial Electronics
    - Engineering Science
    - Mathematics

    N2
    - Radio & Television / Instrumentation Theory
    - Industrial Electronics
    - Logics Systems
    - Mathematics

    N3
    - Radio & Television / Instrumentation Theory
    - Industrial Electronics
    - Logics Systems
    - Mathematics

    N4
    - Mathematics
    - Industrial Electronics
    - Digital Electronics
    - Communication Electronics #
    - Industrial Instruments #

    N5
    - Mathematics
    - Industrial Electronics
    - Digital Electronics
    - Communication Electronics #
    - Industrial Instruments #

    N6
    - Mathematics
    - Industrial Electronics
    - Digital Electronics
    - Communication Electronics #
    - Industrial Instruments #
    - Control Systems (Part Time)

    # CHOICE SUBJECTS

    TThe Electrical field of study consists of two main fields, namely Electrical Heavy Current and Electrical Light Current (also known as Electronics). Electricians are involved in the generation, installation, distribution and usage of electricity via electrically-operated equipment, e.g. Refrigerator, generators, stoves, heaters and industrial and domestic installations.

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING N1- N6

  • Details
    • PERSONALITY TRAITS
    • Good hand-eye co-ordination
      Reasonable physical strength
      Mathematical ability
      Self-discipline
      Logical thinking and accuracy
      The ability to design and see relations three-dimensionally is a recommendation
      A technically-minded person

    • CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
    • Draughts person
      Fitter & Turner
      Toolmaker
      Millwright
      Machinist
      Instrument Technician
      Mechanical Technician
      AutoCAD Designer
      Refrigeration Technician

    • ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
    • For N1 Grade 12 Certificate with A Pass in Mathematics and Physical Science
      For N4 – N3
      For N2 – N1
      For N5 – N4
      For N3 – N2 /Technical Grade 12
      For N6 – N5

    • DURATION & QUALIFICATIONS
    • After successfully completing the N6 course and a 24-month in-service training period spent in an environment relevant to the qualification, the student can apply for the National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering.
    • ASSESSMENT
    • The pass requirement is a minimum of 40% per subject. Evaluations are cumulative, based on regular class tests and practical testing. At the end of each trimester an external examination is written.

    CURRICULUM

    N1
    - Fitting and Machining
    - Engineering Drawing
    - Engineering Science
    - Mathematics

    N2
    - Fitting and Machining
    - Engineering Drawing
    - Engineering Science
    - Mathematics

    N3
    - Mechanotechnics
    - Engineering Drawing
    - Engineering Science
    - Mathematics

    N4
    - Mathematics
    - Engineering Science
    - Mechanical Draughting
    - Mechanotechnics
    - Supervisory Management

    N5
    - Mathematics #
    - Mechanotechnics
    - Strength of Materials #
    - Power Machines #
    - Fluid Mechanics #
    - Mechanical Drawing & Design
    - Supervisory Management

    N6
    - Mathematics #
    - Mechanotechnics - Strength of Materials #
    - Power Machines #
    - Fluid Mechanics #
    - Mechanical Drawing &
    - Supervisory Management
    - Loss Control
    # CHOICE SUBJECTS

    Mechanical Engineering deals with the design, manufacture and maintenance of a wide range of industrial appliances. This field of study is suitable for persons who are interested in following a technical career path and have the ability to work with their hands.

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Business Management N4- N6

  • National Diploma: Financial Accounting
    NQF L6 - SAQA ID 20366
    Details

    Personality Traits:
    The successful Business Management student must be interested in developing creative & innovative skills to identify business opportunities


    Curriculum:

    Introductory Accounting N4
    Entrepreneurship & Business Management N4, N5, N6
    Management Communication N4
    Computer Practice N4, N5, N6
    Public Relations N5, N6
    Sales Management N5, N6

    Career Opportunity
    Many opportunities exist in small businesses, for example, cafes’, restaurants, shops and supermarkets, where students can apply their knowledge to enter into the business world.

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT N4- N6

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    • PERSONALITY TRAITS
    • Accountants must enjoy working in a numeracy environment. They should have an enquiring, analytical mind, and be able to work logically, consistently and accurately, even when under pressure.

    • CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
    • There is a big demand for accountants and bookkeepers in the job-market. Financial Management graduates will have access to various clerical and administrative positions.

    CURRICULUM
    ⪼ Management Communication N4
    ⪼ Computerized Financial Systems N4, N5, N6
    ⪼ Entrepreneurship & Business Management N4, N5, N6
    ⪼ Financial Accounting N4,N5,N6
    ⪼ Cost & Management Accounting N5, N6

    The focus is on accounting. The curriculum concentrates on the management of the financial affairs of an organization and on concluding their studies; students will have the ability to analyze financial and statistical information, check accounts and provide financial advice. Students will also have a thorough knowledge of Pastel Accounting and Pastel Payroll packages.

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT N4- N6

  • Details
    • PERSONALITY TRAITS
    • The successful Human Resource Manager must have people skills, including tact, patience, understanding and persuasiveness. Communication skills are important for interviewing, discussions with staff, negotiations and training. Human Resource officers should also have good writing skills in order to compile accurate reports.

    • CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
    • Many opportunities exist in various fields. Graduates will be equipped to join Human Resource departments, present in most medium to large organizations, and can specialize as recruitment officers, consultants, labour relations personnel, etc.

    CURRICULUM
    ⪼ Computer Practice N4, N5, N6
    ⪼ Personnel Management N4, N5, N6
    ⪼ Entrepreneurship & Business Management N4
    ⪼ Management Communication N4
    ⪼ Personnel Training N5, N6
    ⪼ Labour Relations N5, N6

    This course is devoted to acquiring, developing, utilizing and maintaining an effective workforce.

MARKETING MANAGEMENT N4- N6

  • Details
    • PERSONALITY TRAITS
    • Marketing managers should be good communicators, think clearly and be persuasive. They need to be good listeners and be able to understand other people’s point of view without losing sight of the original objective. Numeracy is a fundamental requirement as they use figures to analyze sales and market research data in planning and pricing. It is also an advantage to be creative, enthusiastic, pay attention to detail and have sound judgment in order to initiate and carry out specific projects..

    • CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
    • Most industrial and commercial organizations have their own in-house marketing departments responsible for the broad spectrum of marketing activities. A number of opportunities also exist in advertising agencies, market research and sales organizations.

    CURRICULUM
    ⪼ Computer Practice N4, N5 ⪼ Marketing Management N4, N5, N6 ⪼ Entrepreneurship & Business Management N4, N5 ⪼ Management Communication N4 ⪼ Sales Management N5, N6 ⪼ Marketing Communication N6 ⪼ Market Research N6

    The purpose of marketing is to identify and satisfy customer needs. It consists of tasks and decisions aimed at distributing goods and services to consumers so that the objectives of the business, consumer and society are achieved.

PUBLIC MANAGEMENT N4- N6

  • Certifying Body: Umalusi
    Duration: 3 Semesters of 6 Months
    Details
    • Exit Level Outcomes
    • On completion of this qualification, the learner will be able to suitably serve in any public orientated office as a junior administration clerk or perform functions related to management of a public office of any nature and political portfolio. Public Management student can also work as court clerks in some instances.

      1st Semester: National Certificate (N4) – Public Management

      ⪼ Public Administration 1
      ⪼ Management Communication 1
      ⪼ Computer Practice 1
      ⪼ Entrepreneurship & Business Management

      2nd Semester: National Certificate (N5) – Public Management

      ⪼ Public Administration 2
      ⪼ Management Communication 2
      ⪼ Municipal Administration 1
      ⪼ Public Finance 1

      3rd Semester: National Certificate (N6) – Public Management

      ⪼ Public Administration 3
      ⪼ Management Communication 3
      ⪼ Public Finance 2
      ⪼ Public Law 1

      Registration requirements:
      Matric Certificate, Guardian & Learner ID Copies, completed registration documents & proof of residence

    This qualification has been designed to provide learners with skills of Public Management Practices. Skills such as public communication, administration, management of public resources and research are all covered in the development of the required managerial attributes and the implementation of management functions and activities.

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE (VOCATIONAL):
Entry Requirements:
16 -20 year olds are allowed to do NCV
Grade 8 & 9 must be completed
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY& COMPUTER SCIENCE


Level 2

Fundamental Subjects

Core Subjects

Books

English Information Systems English
Mathematical, Literacy System Development Math Lit
Life Orientation Multimedia Basics Life Orientation
Electronics System Development
Information Centre
Multimedia Basics
Electronics

Level 3

Fundamental Subjects

Core Subjects

Books

English System Analysis & Design English
Mathematical Literacy Principles of Computer Programming Math Lit
Life Orientation Computer Hardware & Software Life Orientation
Multimedia Content System Analysis
Computer Hardware & Software
Principles of Programming
Multimedia Content

Level 4

Fundamental Subjects

Core Subjects

Books

English System Analysis & Design English
Mathematical Literacy Data Comm. & Networking Math Lit
Life Orientation Computer Programming Life Orientation
Multimedia Content System Analysis & Design
Data Communication
Multimedia Content
Computer Programming