Higher Certificate in Management Development

R41,600.00

START DATE: 13 July, 2020
APPLICATIONS CLOSING: 30 June, 2020

ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS

  • 22 years of age
  • National Senior Certificate of National Certificate Vocational (Level 4)
  • A minimum of 2 years experience as supervisor or first level manager and/or managers recommendation

The Business School within the Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences, has established itself as a leader in South Africa in the provision of Higher Certificate in Management Development. A dynamic supplement to this spectrum of management programmes on offer, is an excellent Higher Certificate in Management Development (MDP). The MDP emphasises leadership development, the broadening of insight by exposure to the most important management disciplines and its integration into a total management approach. This tailor-made qualification has been designed to assist institutions in both the private and public sectors.

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REGULATIONS
Rules and regulations are available on request.

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
Language Medium
A team of lecturers with vast experience in different fields of management, leadership, entrepreneurship, etc. present the Higher Certificate in Management Development in English.

ASSESSMENT
The MDP programme involves resource-based learning for adults. This means self-study with the aid of programme guides. Assessments include assignments and open-book examinations.

PROGRAMME REGISTRATION AND FEES
The programme fee is available on request and includes all study material. The closing date for registration is November for commencement the following year. Note that the programme can be customised and offered on an in-house basis for companies across South Africa. Various management topics are integrated in the programme. The content is covered in 16 academic modules.

MDP MODULES:
The MDP is structured as follows:

  • Foundation Skills
  • General Management &
  • Communication
  • Financial Management & Cost
  • Accounting
  • Economics & Banking for Managers
  • Business & Information Technology
  • Enterprise Risk Management
  • Strategic & Change Management
  • People Management
  • Leadership Development
  • Marketing & Digital Marketing
  • Labour Relations
  • Institutional Memory &
  • Knowledge Management
  • Operations & Logistics Management
  • Ethics & Governance
  • Project & Programme Management
  • Entrepreneurship & Innovation

All the modules are also presented as Short Learning Programmes