Business managers oversee the activities of workers; hire, train and evaluate new employees; and ensure that a company or department is on track to meet its financial goals. Business managers might also develop and implement budgets, prepare reports for senior management and ensure the department complies with company policies. Managers also ensure workers have the resources to complete their work. The size of the company can determine the type of activities the manager performs. For example, in a larger organization, a production manager might direct team or group leaders, who then oversee the scheduling and output of workers. In a smaller company, the production manager might perform these activities herself.
Managers assess the performance of the department or company against the business’s goals and plans. Some business managers perform human resource activities, such as performance evaluations, hiring and discipline for employees in their department. Performance evaluations provide an opportunity to set goals, motivate and develop workers. Managers motivate workers through incentives and positive feedback. When workers fail to meet the company’s performance requirements, managers provide the evaluation that can help employees improve their work.
QCTO / Diploma: Business Management / NQF 6 / 250 Credits / SAQA ID 67690
1. Matriculated Grade 12 or Business Management Certificate
2. Grade 12 [English Passed]
3. Mathematics or Maths Literacy or Accounting [Grade 12]
Recognition of Prior Learning
If the applicant does not meet the entrance requirements he/she can either do the Business Management: Bridging Programme or apply for recognition of prior learning, the requirements for RPL in this programme is as follows:
The learner must have completed a certificate in business management at another accredited institution.
Full Time / 2 Years / Day Classes [Tuesday – Friday]
– Human Resource Officer
– Logistics & Distribution Manager
– Marketing Executive
– Retail Management
– Sales Executive
– Project Manager
– NGO Enterprise Management
– State Enterprise Management
Practical Working Experience
As an added feature to the program the student is required to complete 3 months of
real working experience with a business, during the second year of their studies.
Books are supplied in classroom.
Regular stationary requirements, stationary list provided at commencement of studies.
The Box Learning Studio has partnered with many businesses within the city which assures the learning experience is recent, relevant & up to standard.
Guest Industry Instructors
The Box Learning Studio believes in a variety of different learning perspectives this is why from time to time students will be lectured by different professionals working in the industry on a given topic related to their field.
The Box Learning Studio conducts site visits for students on a regular basis. Students will be able to experience the real working environment and see the inner workings of of the business enviroment.