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Details

The Accredited Professional Manager Short Skills Course is set at NQF level 5, for 10 Credits and covers the learning outcomes for 2 unit standards from the National Certificate: Generic Management, Qualification ID :59201(NQF Level 5 for 162 credits). By enrolling on this short course, and being deemed competent after completing the assessment activities for the course, you will be able to earn 10 credits towards this national qualification.

The Accredited Professional Manager Short Skills Course is set at NQF level 5, for 10 Credits and covers the learning outcomes for 2 unit standards from the National Certificate: Generic Management, Qualification ID :59201(NQF Level 5 for 162 credits). 
By enrolling on this short course, and being deemed competent after completing the assessment activities for the course, you will be able to earn 10 credits towards this national qualification.

Delivery Methods

Audience

 

This course is intended for: managers in all economic sectors. These managers would typically be second level managers such as heads of department, section heads or divisional heads, who may have more than one team reporting to them or anyone new to managing or leading a team.

Pre-Requisites

 

Learning Assumed To Be In Place And Recognition Of Prior Learning

It is assumed that people learning towards this Unit Standard are competent in:

  • Communication at NQF level 4.

  • Computer Literacy at NQF level 4.

Course Outline / Curriculum

 

At the end of this course, the qualifying learner will be capable of:

 

  • Demonstrating knowledge of and insight into the theory of teams and the importance of teams in workplace activities

  • Applying the theory of teams to team dynamics

  • Explaining the process of building teams

  • Analysing the role of team leader in promoting team effectiveness

  • Evaluating the effectiveness of a team and propose ways to improve team effectiveness

  • Recognising team member performance.

  • Encouraging participation in decision-making

  • Delegate tasks

  • Reviewing decisions and the progress with delegated tasks