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SAQA ID: 48736 National Certificate Small Business Financial Management NQF 4 Learnership

This is just the ticket if you want to learn about finances and how these can contribute to a small business’s stability and success. Or if you want to learn how to manage your own business’s finances without studyin... Show More
Course Prerequisites:
  • Grade 11 (Std 9)
  • NQF 3 or equivalent
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Duration
12-18 Months

Course Schedule

Upcoming dates for SAQA ID: 48736 National Certificate Small Business Financial Management NQF 4 Learnership

Course Content

OPTION 1 OUTLINE:

Business Management:

• What is Management
• Management and the environment
• Financial planning and control
• Costing and pricing
• Managing working capital
• Working with SARS
• Introduction to Computing
• The Windows Operating System
• Working with Internet and email

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Bookkeeping to Trial Balance:

• An introduction to business, bookkeeping and accounting
• Value Added Tax and source documents
• Recording cash transactions
• Recording credit and sundry transactions
• Inventory systems
• Individual accounts for debtors and creditors
• The bank reconciliation process
• Supplier and General ledger reconciliations

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Business Literacy:

• Effective business communication
• Spoken and written communication
• Working with numbers, fractions and decimals
• Percentages, ratios, proportions and equations
• Interest rates in business
• Measure, analyse and communicate workplace data

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OPTION 2 OUTLINE:

Entrepreneurship 1:

• Becoming an entrepreneur
• Financing and planning your business
• Formalizing your business
• Getting your logistics on track
• Costing and financial techniques
• Budgeting, cash control and forecasting
• Working with SARS
• Introduction to Computing
• The Windows Operating System
• Working with internet and email
• The entrepreneurial checklist

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Bookkeeping to Trial Balance:

• An introduction to business, bookkeeping and accounting
• Value Added Tax and source documents
• Recording cash transactions
• Recording credit and sundry transactions
• Inventory systems
• Individual accounts for debtors and creditors
• The bank reconciliation process
• Supplier and General ledger reconciliations

+ See more details

Business Literacy:

• Effective business communication
• Spoken and written communication
• Working with numbers, fractions and decimals
• Percentages, ratios, proportions and equations
• Interest rates in business
• Measure, analyse and communicate workplace data

+ See more details

CTU Training Solutions , Updated: March 5th, 2020

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