Further Education and Training Certificate: Generic Management (General Management)
The core outcomes* of this course is:
- Apply leadership concepts in a work context
- Apply the organisation’s code of conduct in a work environment
- Conduct a structured meeting
- Employ a systematic approach to achieving objectives
- Identify responsibilities of a team leader in ensuring that organisational standards are met
- Manage expenditure against a budget
- Monitor the level of service to a range of customers
- Motivate and build a Team
- Prioritise time and work for self and team
- Solve problems, make decisions and implement solutions
*Each outcome can also be taken separately as a short course
Click here for course info on FET Certificate: Generic management.
OTI offers a wide range of short courses covering both financial skills and soft skills (workplace skills).
The short courses currently offered by OTI can typically be completed in 1 – 5 days, making them an ideal option for working professionals aiming to increase their knowledge and sharpen their skills.
OTI can offer financial skills training tailored to your needs. Accredited short courses include:
- Interpret basic financial statements (NQF 4)- SAQA ID 117156
- AAT Access
Interpret basic financial statements
Learners who achieve this unit standard are able to interpret an income and expenditure statement and use information in the statement to make a financial decision.
For more information on this short course, please click here.
AAT Access Programme
This short course develops essential business, accounting and finance skills relevant to the workplace.
AAT Access will suit you if:
- you have little or no background in accounting and finance
- you run your own business or work in a finance department and need a short refresher course
- you’re interested in finding out what accountancy and finance involves
- you want to build your basic business and finance skills before the introductory level
- English is your second language and you need to learn the basics in business language.
Topics you’ll cover
- Mathematics for accounting
- Essential accounting procedures
- Creating business documents
- Accounting in a professional environment
Soft Skills and work readiness
What are soft skills?
‘Soft skills’ are often associated with a person’s EQ (Emotional Intelligence Quotient) – the cluster of personality traits, social skills, communication skills, personal habits, and leadership qualities that characterise his or her relationships with other people.
Soft skills are valuable in the workplace, as they enable you to build better relationships with your superiors, colleagues, and clients. They also help to improve efficiency and productivity, thereby increasing the likelihood that individuals will be able to achieve their organisation’s goals, as well as their own career goals.
Soft Skill Courses
Oxbridge Training Institute offers a range of short courses geared towards the development of work related soft skills, such as: Administrative Support, Anger Management, Assertiveness and Self-confidence, Attention management, Body Language Basics, Business Ethics…