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Digital Learning is offered by Boston City Campus & Business College Stellenbosch in the online mode of provision, with all other Boston City Campus & Business Colleges operating as Support Centres. Apply to register online or at any Boston City Campus & Business College branch countrywide.

Choose ANY ONE of the Boston Nano-Credential Badges below:

AVAILABLE DOMAINS/SPECIFIED FIELDS

 

Advertising Basics

• What is advertising? (SAVD101)

• The advertising environment (SAVD102)

• Advertising categories (SAVD103)

• Advertising media: Print (SAVD104)

• Broadcast advertising (SAVD105)

• Advertising media: Out-of-home (SAVD106)

• Advertising Media: In-store advertising (SAVD107)

• Alternative traditional media (SAVD108)

• Advertising media: Websites (SAVD109)

• Advertising media: Alternative new media (SAVD110)

 

Brand Management Basics

• Introduction to brand management (SBRD101)

• The history and evolution of branding (SBRD102)

• Brand essence, positioning and implementation (SBRD103)

• The brand manager (SBRD104)

• Brand equity (SBRD105)

• Brand architecture, managing brand and product relationship (SBRD106)

• Managing and sustaining brands (SBRD107)

• Brand audits (SBRD108)

• Corporate and political branding (SBRD109)

• Branding in South Africa (SBRD110)

 

Event Management Basics

• An introduction to event management (SEVM101)

• Management skills for event professionals (SEVM102)

• Getting started: research and planning (SEVM103)

• Event planning – theming and catering (SEVM104)

• Event sponsorship (SEVM105)

• Budgeting for events (SEVM106)

• Introduction to event marketing (SEVM107)

• Applied risk management for events (SEVM108)

• Event feedback and evaluation (SEVM109)

• Sustainable event management (SEVM110)

 

Financial Accounting

• An Introduction to business, bookkeeping and accounting (SFAC101)

• The accounting equation (SFAC102)

• The general ledger- the system of bookkeeping (SFAC103)

• Valued Added Tax and source documents (SFAC104)

• Recording cash transactions – Part 1 (SFAC105)

• Recording cash transactions – Part 2 (SFAC106)

• Recording credit and sundry transactions – Part 1 (SFAC107)

• Recording credit and sundry transactions - Part 2 (SFAC108)

• Inventory system – Part 1 (SFAC109)

• Inventory system – Part 2 (SFAC110)

• Accounts receivable and accounts payable – Part 1 (SFAC111)

• Accounts receivable and accounts payable – Part 2 (SFAC112)

• The bank reconciliation process – Part 1 (SFAC113)

• The bank reconciliation process – Part 2 (SFAC114)

• Supplier and general ledger reconciliation – Part 1 (SFAC115)

• Supplier and general ledger reconciliation – Part 2 (SFAC116)

• Complete PAYE documents – Part 1 (SFAC117)

• Complete PAYE documents – Part 2 (SFAC118)

• Accounting for payroll – Part 1 (SFAC119)

• Accounting for payroll – Part 2 (SFAC120)

 

Fundamentals of Applied Psychology

• The biological basis of human behaviour (SAPS101)

• The human nervous system (SAPS102)

• An introduction to the different states of consciousness (SAPS103)

• Introduction to the concepts of sensation and perception – part 1 (SAPS104)

• Introduction to sensation and perception – part 2 (SAPS105)

• Thinking, reasoning and problem-solving (SAPS106)

• Intelligence and creativity (SAPS107)

• Learning and memory (SAPS108)

• Introduction to the concept of human emotion (SAPS109)

• The basic principles of the concept of personality (SAPS110)

 

Fundamentals of Business Management

• Introduction to business management (SBMN101)

• Business functions – general management (SBMN102)

• Business functions – purchasing (SBMN103)

• Business functions – operations (SBMN104)

• Business functions – human resources (SBMN105)

• Business functions – marketing (SBMN106)

• Business functions – public relations (SBMN107)

• Business functions – finance (SBMN108)

• Business functions – Information management (SBMN109)

• Sustainable business practices (SBMN110)

 

Human Resource Management and Functions

• An introduction to Human Resources Management (SHRF101)

• Strategising, structuring and planning (SHRF102)

• Recruiting potential employees (SHRF103)

• Selection and appointment of an employee (SHRF104)

• Onboarding and retention (SHRF105)

• Managing performance of employees (SHRF106)

• Compensation management (SHRF107)

• Health and safety in an organization (SHRF108)

• Career management (SHRF109)

• Leadership and management (SHRF110)

• Employment relations (SHRF111)

• Structures created by the LRA for collective bargaining and dispute resolution (SHRF112)

 

Industrial Psychology - An Introduction

• Introduction to Industrial Psychology (SIND101)

• The history of and developments in industrial psychology (SIND102)

• Introduction to organisational behaviour (SIND103)

• Career in the workplace (SIND104)

• Intellectual ability, personality, interest, values and emotional intelligence (SIND105)

• Employee performance and performance assessment (SIND106)

• Psychological processes in the workplace: Part 1 (SIND107)

• Psychological processes in the workplace: Part 2 (SIND108)

• Work health and ergonomics (SIND109)

• Labour conflict and negotiations (SIND110)

 

Introducing Entrepreneurship

• Entrepreneurship in perspective (SENT101)

• Business concepts and the business environment (SENT102)

• The identification, development and viability of business ideas (SENT103)

• Setting up a business: the legal aspects (SENT104)

• The business plan (SENT105)

• Becoming an entrepreneur (SENT106)

• The entrepreneurial mentality (SENT107)

• Goal-setting and networking (SENT108)

• Innovation, creativity and problem-solving (SENT109)

• Time management and conflict management (SENT110)

 

Introducing Socio-economics

• Introduction to sociology SSEC101)

• Society, organisations and social groups (SSEC102)

• Politics and the economy (SSEC103)

• Health and health care (SSEC104)

• Populations, class and stratification (SSEC105)

• Economic thinking (SSEC106)

• A global perspective of economic development (SSEC107)

• Human diversity, inequality and global sustainability (SSEC108)

• Violence, crime and terrorism (SSEC109)

• Technological advancements and social changes (SSEC110)

 

Formative opportunities for learning are provided and graded, however these do not contribute to the final grade. One (1) Summative Assessment is completed and weighted at 100% of the final grade. A maximum of one (1) supplementary assessment opportunity is provided for the Summative Assessment, which will be charged for. To make it easy, we provide the courseware you need online: including text, teaching moments and assessments.

 

DURATION 

Recommend minimum period is two to four weeks with a maximum duration of six months,

dependent on the Learners’ control over time, place and pace.

 

OUTCOMES

Please request the Fact Sheet for additional, detailed Digital-Credential Nano Badge

information.

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENT

Open entry

 

PROGRAMME CATEGORY

BOSTON DIGITAL LEARNING BADGE

On successful completion the Learner will issued a Boston Digital Nano-Credential

Badge Knowledge Master in the respective Domain/Specified Field chosen form the

list above.

 

FURTHER STUDY OPPORTUNITIES

On successful completion the Learner may apply for the Practical Assignment to earn the Boston Digital-Nano Credential Badge Application Guru in the respective Domain/Specified Field.

 

In turn, on successful completion of the Application Guru Badge the Learner may apply to submit the Workplace Evidence to earn the Boston Digital-Nano Credential Badge Specialist Practitioner in the respective Domain/Specified Field.

 

 

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