Courses

National Diploma Project Management

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(US ID 9016, 243811, 243813, 243816, 243820, 243823, 243824)

  • Describe, apply, analyse and calculate shape and motion in 2-and 3-dimensional space in different contexts
  • Develop a preliminary project scope statement for a simple to moderately complex project
  • Develop a project cost management plan for a simple to moderately complex project
  • Develop a project quality management plan for a simple to moderately complex project
  • Develop an integrated project management plan for a simple to moderately complex project
  • Develop an optimised work and resource schedule for a simple to moderately complex project
  • Determine the work required to accomplish the objectives and organise the scope of simple to moderately complex project

(US ID 243815, 243818, 242655, 15233, 15238) 

  • Manage stakeholder relations on a project 
  • Negotiate agreements in a simple to moderately complex situations 
  • Demonstrate knowledge and application of ethical conduct in a business environment 
  • Harness diversity and build on strengths of a diverse working environment 
  • Devise and apply strategies to establish and maintain relationships 

(US ID 120380, 15237, 15231, 15223, 116928, 12140)

  • Evaluate and improve the project team’s performance
  • Build teams to meet set goals and objectives
  • Create and use a range of resources to effectively manage teams, sections, departments or divisions
  • Implement training needs for teams and individuals to upgrade skills levels
  • Manage diversity in the workplace
  • Recruit and select candidates to fill defined positions

(US ID 243817, 15225, 116921, 114274)

  • Develop a project risk management plan for a simple to moderately complex project
  • Identify and interpret related legislation and its impact on the team, department or division and ensure compliance
  • Apply the principles of Employment Equity to dealing with terminal or chronic illnesses, particularly HIV/Aids, in the workplace
  •     Demonstrate and apply an understanding of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act (Act 75 of 1997)

(US ID 243814, 243821)

  • Establish a project or project phase and its processes for a simple to moderately complex project
  • Manage the procurement process for a simple to moderately complex project

(US ID 15230, 114226, 15096)

  • Monitor team members and measure effectiveness of performance
  • Interpret and manage conflicts within the workplace
  • Demonstrate an understanding of stress in order to apply strategies to achieve optimal stress levels in personal and work situations

(US ID 243819, 243812, 115407)

  • Coordinate the closure of simple to moderately complex project
  • Monitor and control the execution of the project management plan for a simple to moderately complex project
  • Apply the principles of change management in the workplace

(US ID 115792, 115817, 12433, 243822)

  • Access, process, adapt and use data from a wide range of texts
  • Provide and respond to feedback
  • Use communication techniques effectively
  •  Manage project communication for a project

National Diploma Theology and Christian Ministry (Youth/Pastoral Ministry)

(US ID 115924, 115932, 115910, 115983, 115984, 115996, 116000, 116019, 116025)

  • Demonstrate understanding of mission throughout church history and define personal mission
  • Describe and apply basic Christian leadership and management
  • Describe and apply key Christian teachings of faith communities
  • Engage in the caring and pastoral ministry of the church
  • Engage in the study and practice of the basics of Christian Spirituality
  • Implement transformation in a community using Christian principles
  • Interpret the Bible and other Christian sources in their contexts
  • Investigate the life and ministry of Jesus of Nazareth
  • Outline and apply basic Christian ethics

Fundamental Module

(US ID 115909)

  • Access, interpret and apply information in theological contexts

(US ID 115945, 115959, 115985, 115987, 115988, 115994, 116001, 116005, 116006,116018, 116021, 116029, 116033, 116038)

  • Describe the theology and practice of Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry and hence the Church’s role in society
  • Engage with issues of death and life
  • Evaluate and understand views of the end times (last things) in order to develop an appropriately goal-orientated Christian life
  • Explain and communicate personal and corporate salvation for the transformation of individuals and communities
  • Facilitate an event or programme in which a Christian response to HIV/AIDS is addressed
  • Investigate and apply Biblical apocalyptic
  • Investigate and apply New Testament letters
  • Investigate the Gospels and apply them in context
  • Strategise church reform on historical principles
  • Work collaboratively with others towards Christian ministry
  • Design and implement Christian Education events and programmes
  • Engage with the principles of Christian Education and apply them to a variety of learning experiences
  • Involve children in ministry
  • Prepare, deliver and evaluate sermons
  • Contemporary Youth Ministry

Note

Recognition will be given for previous studies completed at accredited educational institutions.
All credits will be judged fairly to ensure that students will commence with their educational training at our institute at the correct level.

Requirements

  • Grade 12 or NQF Level 4
  • Computer literacy
  • 18 years or older
  • English reading and writing

Duration

Project Management (One Year)
  • Fully Online
Theology and Ministry (One Year)
  • Full time: 2 days p/w sessions (4 to 5 hours per day) 

Fees

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