Head of Department Mrs P N Majiya
Telephone (0)31 907 7402
Department Secretary Ms N Dumakude
Secretary Telephone (0)31 907 7268
Secretary Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Department of Office Technology aims to produce trendsetting, competent office professionals who will be standard bearers for the department, such that it will be recognised for its high standards and expertise at a regional and national level.
The Department of Office Technology will meet the needs of its students by offering high quality, relevant, up-to-date programmes, which cover the needs of the fast-paced world of electronic commerce.
The department strives to:
- Provide our students with a broad background in business management and office administration as well as helping them to develop a good understanding of general business principles, concepts and practices.
- Empower our students by introducing them to the systems and procedures of office administration and automation and expanding their knowledge and understanding such that they will easily be able to take up appointments upon graduation.
PURPOSE OF THE COURSE
This course aims to produce graduates with professional administrative and communication skills who are a marketable product and more than capable of performing administrative office duties. It is intended for those students wishing to become administrative assistants at an intermediate level in any sector of the economy. At the end of the programme, students will be able to provide independent and competent management support, which enables them to plan and execute tasks creatively, professionally and efficiently.
The minimum entrance requirements are a senior certificate or equivalent with an "E" (HG), and a "D" symbol in English (Standard Grade). NCS - English level 4.
LIST OF SUBJECT EQUIVALENCES
DURATION OF STUDY
CURRICULUM â SUBJECTS
Business Administration I, II, III
Information Administration I, II, III
Communication I, II
Legal Practice I, II
Human resource Management I, II
Office Management and Technology Practice III
40% Course mark.
50% Pass mark.
WORK INTEGRATED LEARNING
It is compulsory for our students to undertake Work Integrated Learning (WIL) or in-service training with local companies. This ensures our graduates can function as an active member of an office team as well as providing them with hands-on experience of the office environment. By reinforcing the theoretical concepts encountered in the academic environment, WIL promotes knowledge application, skills development and the formulation of a professional attitude towards work and the work environment.
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