Learning Unit 1: Collating and Categorising Information
Learning Unit 2: Analysing Information
Learning Unit 3: Developing Conclusions and Recommendations
Learning Unit 4: Communicating Conclusions and Recommendations
Learning Unit 5: The Essential Elements of Knowledge Economy
Learning Unit 6: The Essential Features of Human Capital
Learning Unit 7: Structural Capital
Learning Unit 8: Customer Capital
Who should Attend ?
This skills programme is designed for the public sector and is aimed at:
• all individuals, especially those who manage information and knowledge and who are involved in organisational transformation and change management;
• public officials who are seeking to develop a career pathway towards becoming accomplished public management and administration specialists; and
• department and organisation managers.
What are the benefits ?
The benefits of this skills programme include:
• the ability to ensure that information is timely, accurate, comprehensive, relevant and available when it is needed;
• improved administrative procedures regarding the recording and maintaining of information at different levels of confidentiality;
• the ability to recognise human capital that will determine the organisationâ€™s productivity and reputation; and
• understanding of the interaction between tangible and intangible assets in the creation of value.
Five day contact session combined with practical workplace experience.
Apply principles of knowledge management to organisational transformation
Scheduled Venues and Dates
08 Feb 21-12 Feb 21 07 Jun 21-11 Jun 21 22 Nov 21-26 Nov 21 07 Mar 22-11 Mar 22 15 Aug 22-19 Aug 22 21 Nov 22-25 Nov 22
The credit calculation in the relevant unit standards are based on the assumptions that learners:
•are competent in communication (NQF level 4) and computer skills (NQF level 4); and
• possess a Further Education and Training Certificate or equivalent qualification.