Business Administration Course
The Business Administration Course will introduce you to the fundamental principles of business administration and the essential skills needed to manage a business effectively. Guided by an expert, you’ll gain a comprehensive and integrated knowledge of all the essential business administration functions.
Completing this course will help in:
Who is the course for?
The course is designed for those who are plan to enter the management sphere, start their own business, small business owners and new entrepreneurs. Those who are working in other roles but who want to improve their knowledge of business management will also benefit from this course.
Payments to suppliers are processed within agreed timeframes and in accordance with company standards
Payments to staff and casual labourers are processed within agreed timeframes and in accordance with company standards
Payments for operating costs and rent are processed within agree on timeframes and in accordance with company standards
A promotional plan or activities list is obtained and analysed
Resources required for planned promotion are identified and obtained
A promotional plan is put into place
Promotion is monitored towards the achievement of the objective
Inadequacies are identified and corrective action implemented
Confidential information is defined and described for a specific organisation
The system and procedures used for dealing with confidential information is explained with examples
Documents are secured in an appropriate manner and within an agreed time frame
Utmost care is taken to avoid compromising any relevant stakeholder
Tendering principles pertaining to commercial and public tenders are explained with examples.
The risks associated with tendering are identified and basic risk management procedures are implemented according to their own business context.
Risks pertaining to tendering include but are not limited to cash flow, funding requirements, compliance requirements, performance requirements, technical requirements.
The financial advantages and disadvantages of a tender are analysed to determine if it would make business sense to submit the tender.
Support is sought to complete tender documents where relevant in order to ensure a full understanding of tendering conditions and criteria.