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Business and Project Management Team Member Salary structures

 

Business and Project Management Team Member Salary structures

Under-graduate Certificate in Business – Business


(BBCTBG) Under-graduate Certificate in Business – Business

Duration

6 Months
4 credits = 2 x 2

Language

English

Study Mode
Online
On-Campus (bespoke)

Campus
Johannesburg. South Africa
Swakopmund, Namibia
Houston, Texas, USA
(only for bespoke pre-booked courses)

Credits Required
4 Credits

Part of the program is a PoE
View in PoE in Subject details below

Dates
Feb,
June,
Sep,
Nov.

Course Specific Details
During this program, students will learn about the fundamental principles of business and will be introduced to the business discipline. A structured approach is used throughout the course, which allows students to build their competencies in the specific business area in issue. In order for the student to be a valued asset to any project in which they are involved, the course’s primary goal is for them to exhibit mastery in the business discipline throughout their time there.

In this course, you will learn about the business mindset, the differences between managers and managing, performance and motivation as well as ethics and values, social responsibility, attitudes, culture, and emotions. You will also learn about organizational structures and managing cultural differences, group and team effectiveness, operations, and financial management, strategies for competitive advantage, human resource management, value chain, and sustainable development management, and more.

General business management is a necessary skill for anyone who wants to have an impact on the performance of their organization.

Career
Obtain a top-tier position in one of the following industries:

ENGINEERING,
BANKING AND FINANCE,
MEDICAL,
MINING,
HEALTHCARE,


CONSTRUCTION,
OIL and GAS,
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY,
PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT,
and other related fields are included (too many to list).

Jobs in the project management discipline are increasing as a result of the expansion of industries.

Levels of Educational Qualification
Using the educational services provided by PCiBS, students can earn qualifications from international affiliated and accredited universities that are recognized by a national qualification framework (NQF) that is divided into levels. The European qualification levels are from level 0 to level 08.

Courses (Various Levels),
Certificates (Level 05),
Diplomas (Level 05),
Associate Degree (Level 06),
Degrees (Level 07),
Post-graduate certificates (Level 08/9),
Post-graduate Diploma (Level 08/9),
Masters (Level 09), and
Ph.D.’s (Level 10).

All courses require students to earn a passing grade by achieving a predetermined percentage on their exams in order to demonstrate their ability to perform as a competitive individual in the workplace. Individuals who are performance-based are evaluated on their ability to participate in a lecture and practical simulations (live) of various projects that are incorporated into each of the Project Controls Majors, which are listed below.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENT for Under-graduate Certificate in Business – Business


Admission requirements for Undergraduate:


Age: Minimum age 18 years
Recognition of Previous (RPL) Study: All documents need to be certified / notarized. All non-English documents must have a certified and evaluated English translation attached to the application.
English level: For non-English speaking students, TOEFL / IELTS or equivalent is required for students who did not study at English speaking school. The Admission Committee will also consider factors such as TOEFL/IELTS scores.
One passport-size photo.
Passport copy / national ID card certified / notarized.
All PCiBS’ programs are conducted in English and all correspondence will be in English.

You can do your free TOEFL / IELTS practice test here.

Program Tuition Fees


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Articulation / Further study
Under-graduate

After completing the Certificate of Business (in the chosen specialization/major), you have the option of taking the credit(s) from your studies and furthering your qualification by completing the Diploma in Business (in the selected specialization / major).

(BBCTBG) Under-graduate Certificate in Business – Business
Subject details and topics – 4 credits required

 

Certificate

Certificate in Business

The topics of each course are below in this article.

 

Business – Year 1

Assignment

PCiBS-PPE-190 Project Portfolio of Evidence I

Core

PCiBS-BUS-120 Business Management I

Elective

(Select any 3 of the subjects listed below)

PCiBS-MGT-160 Fundamentals of Project Management

PCiBS-BUS-200 Business Communication & Report Writing

PCiBS-BUS-122 Business Management & Ethics / Governance I

PCiBS-CON-170 Construction Management Fundamentals

PCiBS-ACC-110 Introduction to Managerial Accounting

PCiBS-LAW-115 Introduction to Project Law

PCiBS-SCM-142 Procurement & Contracting

 

Business

Assignment
PCiBS-PPE-190 Project Portfolio of Evidence I
This course includes some assignments that form part of a Portfolio of Evidence (PoE) that must be presented during this programme. The course follows a structured manner and allows students to develop their competencies for the specific discipline in question. The main aim of the course in to demonstrate proficiency in this discipline to ensure that the student can be a valuable asset to any project that they are involved with.

Core
PCiBS-BUS-120 Business Management I
The entrepreneurial mind-set; the differences between managers and managing; performance and motivation; ethics, values, social responsibility, attitudes, culture and emotions; the manager as a person; making decisions; leadership; organizational structures and managing culture differences; groups and teams effectiveness; operations & financial management; strategies for competitive advantage; human resource management; value chain and sustainable development management concepts.

(BBCTBG) Under-graduate Certificate in Business – Business

Elective
Elective (Select any 3 of the subjects listed below)

PCiBS-BUS-200 Business Communication & Report Writing
Acquiring basic business communication skills to enhance the capabilities of our students in the business environment. An overview of applied skills on teams (groups), organizational, the didactic, interpersonal and business communication contexts is provided. The practical part of the course is provided with assignments in the other PCiBS courses, where this course will establish the basic outlines of minutes, reports, presentation skills that require a specific style of writing for business. The specific competencies concentrate on the performance of these skills as applied to professions such as project management and leadership.

PCiBS-MGT-160 Fundamentals of Project Management
This course deals with the basic principles of project management and introduces the students to the project management discipline. It focuses on the basic requirements of setting up small projects. The course follows a structured manner and allows students to develop their competencies for the specific discipline in question. The main aim of the course is to demonstrate proficiency in this discipline to ensure that the student can be a valuable asset to any project that they are involved with. The course Introduces Project management concepts; needs identification; the project life cycles; the project manager and the project team; types of project organisations; project communication and document control. Estimating, Costing and Planning and control: planning, scheduling and schedule control of projects; resource considerations and allocations; cost planning and performance evaluation. It focuses on Risks, procurement, human resources, quality, communication, stakeholders and integration management.

PCiBS-CON-170 Construction Management Fundamentals
This course deals with the basic principles of project management and introduces the students to the project management discipline on a construction site. It focuses on the basic requirements of setting up small projects. The course follows a structured manner and allows students to develop their competencies for the specific discipline in question. The main aim of the course in to demonstrate proficiency in this discipline to ensure that the student can be a valuable asset to any project that they are involved with. The course introduces construction based Project management concepts; needs identification; the project life cycles; the project manager and the project team; types of project organizations; project communication and document control. Estimating, Costing and Planning and control: planning, scheduling and schedule control of projects; resource considerations and allocations; cost planning and performance evaluation. It focuses on Risks, procurement, human resources, quality, communication, stakeholders and integration management.

PCiBS-ACC-110 Introduction to Managerial Accounting
Introduction to management accounting. Costing terminology, concepts and classifications. Activity based costing and job-order costing. Cost and budget behaviour. Variable versus absorption costing. Cost-volume and profit relationships. Budgeting process. Managing Cash flow and financial budget planning.

PCiBS-BUS-122 Business Management & Ethics / Governance I
This course focuses on the differences between managers and managing; performance and motivation; governance; ethics, values, social responsibility, attitudes, culture and emotions; the manager as a person; making decisions; leadership; organizational structures and managing culture differences; groups and teams effectiveness; operations & financial management; strategies for competitive advantage; human resource management; value chain and sustainable development management concepts.

PCiBS-LAW-115 Introduction to Project Law
This course provides a broad overview of the legal issues within the context of a project. Basic principles of law in the context of projects. Investigate the parties involved in projects, including individuals and incorporated bodies; intellectual property law; partnerships, joint ventures and alliances; law of torts; legal issues involved with tendering; formation and the management of contracts; contractual disputes and the resolution; intellectual property law; consumer protection and trade practices; ownership and occupation property law; planning laws and building legislation.

PCiBS-SCM-142 Procurement & Contracting
The role of procurement and contracting in supply chain management. The role of purchasing, decision making, the purchasing and contracting process, various markets and products, utilizing purchasing intelligence, standard contracting methodologies and when to use them, outsourcing of procurement and supply chain risk management, sole sourcing and supply chain strategy, using new product development in organizations, expediting and quality control, purchase and contract performance management, supplier assessments, standard negotiating techniques and facilities management, plus contracting of services.

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What do you want to achieve? What skills do you need to improve? PCiBS can help you answer these questions and more. Our Project Controls Management course will help you gain the knowledge and skills you need to be successful. We also offer a variety of support services that will help you get started in your new career.

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Doesn’t matter! A degree is certainly no guarantee that you are going to have a successful career. We have our own methods that make ensure you are learning everything you need to be a success in this field. Our coaching and mentoring capabilities will help you improve your project management skills quickly and affordably.

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