MANAGING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT - Academy of York

MANAGING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

Managing Skills Development

Module 4 of NATIONAL CERTIFICATE: GENERIC MANAGEMENT (NQF L5 SAQA ID 59201, LP 66069)

Students registered for this SABPP accredited and NQF aligned short course will earn 37 credits on successful completion.

Course Overview

  • Coordinate planned skills development interventions in an organisation
  • Implement skills development as workplace learning to support organisational transformation
  • Promote a learning culture in an organisation
  • Formulate recommendations for a change process
  • Manage a diverse work force to add value

Study Period: up to 6 months

Entrance Requirements

Matric or NQF L4 qualification in relevant role. Learners must also have a good level of English literacy and numeracy.

Assessment and Award

This qualification will be assessed by means of a Summative Assessment assignment and there are no exams. A mark of 65% is required to pass this SABPP accredited and NQF aligned short course.

AOY Accreditation

Academy of York is accredited by FASSET SETA, SAIOSH, HWSETA, SABPP, PMSA, CompTIA, COMENSA and the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers (ICB), and is registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as a Private College.

This course is accredited by SABPP, South African Board for People Practices. The SABPP is a SAQA recognized professional body, and regulates statutory quality and standards for People Professions.

Course Name: Managing Skills Development: Code GM04MS
Price Before bursary R8,333
Price after bursary R5,000*
Once off payment price R4,500
Payment Plan R350 over 14.3 months
Registration Fee R800

*Prospective students need to contact Academy of York to determine if they qualify for a bursary

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Gilbert‘”Making time to study while working full time is not an easy task. Having Academy of York facilitate this in a painless way made it that much easier to complete my Financial Management course in my spare time. Well done AOY!”Gilbert Musengi