This accredited short course is aligned to meet the outcomes of US 12433 - Communication Techniques - Use communication techniques effectively, NQF level 5, Credits 6. It is part of Module 1 of the Generic Management Qualification SAQA ID 59201 LP 60269 162 Credits NQF Level 5. Qualifying learners will be able to demonstrate an understanding of a range of oral and written communication techniques and be able to effectively use these techniques as required during the course of their work in a supervisory and/or senior technical capacity in an organisation.
This course will guides the learner through the basics of communication in a business environment. It covers the fundamentals of:
|Delivery Method||Duration||Price (excl. VAT)|
|Fulltime||2 days||R 4,598.00|
|Webinar||2 days||R 3,698.00|
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This course will suit anyone in a business environment who needs to understand the fundamentals of standard communication practices and conventions and who needs to see the link between clear and effective communication and business success.
It will also suit someone who wishes to earn an accredited communication course that builds towards a management qualification.
Learners will need to have a matric certificate with English to enter this course and business experience would be a benefit.
Basic computer skills and word processing is necessary.
Learning assumed to be in place:
Section 1: Introduction to Communication
The Communication Process
Exploring the Purpose and Benefits of Written Communication
Effective Verbal Communication
Visual and Electronic Communication in brief
Section 2: Lead Discussions and Chair Meetings
Facilitating an Effective Discussion
Effective Meeting Management
Formal Meeting Cycle
Meeting Procedures / Rules of Engagement
Types of Decision Making Tools
The Role of the Chairperson
Section 3: Generate a Variety of Workplace Reports using Various Data Gathering Techniques
The Case for Written Reports
Purpose of a Written Report
Report Types & Formats:
Incident / Investigative Report
Collecting Data for a report
Planning Report Compilation
The Report Writing Cycle
Technical Report Writing Conventions
Section 4: Delivering Presentations
Clarifying your Purpose
Exploring your Audience
Steps in Creating a Presentations
Great Presentation Design Tips
Preparing to speaker
Practicing the Delivery
Presentation Body Language
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|Start Date||End Date||Branch||Status|
|Thu 20 May 2021||Fri 21 May 2021||Woodmead||Provisional|