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CORE SUBJECTS (COMPULSORY)

• Principles of Advertising

• Principles of Journalism

• Introduction to Public Relations

• Word Processing

• Spreadsheets

• Presentation Graphics

• Business English

• Life Skills

 

CHOICE SUBJECTS (TWO SUBJECTS ARE (COMPULSORY)

• Keyboarding

• Introduction to PC

• Windows

• General Office Practice

• Typing Skills for the Executive Secretary

• Principles of Customer Service

 

PERSONALITY PROFILE 

Outgoing | Friendly | Communicative | Creative | Decisive

 

OUTCOMES

• Insight into job functions of advertising and journalism

• Knowledge of full PR function within an organisation – planning, implementing

  and monitoring

• Ability to utilise word processing and presentation graphics with ease

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENT

A National Senior Certificate or equivalent qualification OR alternatively Learners can apply

for RPL entry into the programme from the Academic Committee at Boston Head Office

 

COURSE CATEGORY

BOSTON HIGHER EDUCATION SHORT LEARNING PROGRAMME

On successful completion the Learner will be issued:

• Boston credential document for the Short Learning Programme: Media Consultant with

  an Official HET Transcript

• A Total of 10 Higher Education Credits uploaded to the NLRD being:

  10 Credits NQF (HEQSF) Level 5 - Computer Literacy 1 (aligned to the Boston B.Com

  degree Year 1)

 

FURTHER STUDY OPPORTUNITIES

On successful completion the Learner may apply for admission with advanced placement to

an accredited Boston Degree Programme or Boston Higher Education Programme ie. Higher

Certificate

 

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