Course in Business Administration - Skills Programme in General Principles of Commercial Law (CIS)
Upon successful completion of each skills programme, CIS will issue learners with a Results Letter outlining the modules and credits achieved. Only on completion of 3 modules towards the full qualification will the learner be awarded a Certificate with a FASSET endorsement. Learner results will be recorded on the CIS National Learner Records Database within 6 months of completion.
- Knowledge, comprehension and application of the English language at NQF 4/Grade 12 or equivalent
- Knowledge, comprehension and application of Mathematical Literacy at NQF 4/Grade 12 or equivalent
- Knowledge, comprehension and application of Accounting at NQF 4/Grade 12 or equivalent
- Admission may be subject to an interview with an academic staff member
The programme duration is 65 hours and the tuition is face-to-face based on the NQF notional hours. This excludes time to complete assignments, research and self-study. Each Damelin campus has a different tuition schedule. Programmes are offered during the week, in the evenings, or on Saturdays.
This Skills Programme is part of the CIS Professional Qualification in Management and Administration which provides the learner with the knowledge and skills that can be applied in a variety of entities as well as an understanding of their philosophy and operational requirements. It also provides a step to a higher phase of learning in governance, administration and finance, and widens the learner’s opportunities for advancement. The learner will be equipped with the primary skills to handle a variety of administrative functions within the scope of financial, contractual, information technology, economic and communication skills. This infers the ability to absorb new learning as well as being able to apply the learning to a variety of familiar and new situations. The full qualification is recorded against the CIS Professional Qualification: Management and Administration, with SAQA ID No. 60651 (129 credits).
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