This short Skills Course is accredited with the Services SETA and covers the specific outcomes of 2 unit standards from the qualification Further Education and Training Certificate: Generic Management SAQA ID:57712. The 2 unit standards are: SAQA US ID 242821 - Identify responsibilities of a team leader in ensuring that organisational standards are met NQF Level: 4, Credits: 6 This is a core unit standard in the above qualification SAQA US ID 10981 - Supervise work unit to achieve work unit objectives (individuals and teams) NQF Level: 4, Credits: 12 credits This is an elective in Human Resource Support (Learning Programme ID 93950) of the above qualification.
This accredited short course aims to equip supervisors who lead small teams with essential understanding and team management skills.
The first unit standard explores the role of the team leader in ensuring that the team meets organisational or required standards. It is intended for junior managers of organisations.
The second unit standard is intended for people who are heading up a work unit or supervising work. Persons credited with this unit standard are able to plan, organise and allocate work to an individual or members of a work team according to the defined business plan for a work unit within an organisation; and to monitor and evaluate achievement of the defined objectives for the work unit.
This course is offered as both an online webinar and a classroom based course.
|Delivery Method||Duration||Price (excl. VAT)|
|Fulltime||3 Day||R 6,897.00|
|RPL Assessment||1 Day||R 2,500.00|
|Webinar||3 Day||R 5,547.00|
Save up to 10% by booking and paying 10 business days before the course.
This course would suit someone who is working who supervises a team in a work environment and who would like to earn credits on the NQF by achieving the outcomes of this course through assessment.
It is assumed that people starting to learn towards these unit standards are able to:
There are seven modules covering the following objectives:
In between, we weave in essential skills and knowledge in leadership, both self management skills such as setting effective goals and planning using an urgent-important matrix, and team management skills.
Supervisors will learn how to apply the Situational leadership model to their own team and learn to flex their leadership style to better match their team’s development. We will discuss communication skills and how to delegate and give effective feedback.
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|Mon 15 Feb 2021||Not Applicable||Scheduled|
|Mon 12 Apr 2021||Woodmead||Scheduled|
|Mon 7 Jun 2021||Not Applicable||Scheduled|