DIPLOMA IN OFFICE MANAGEMENT
To provide students with the knowledge necessary for the effective management and administration of staff and resources and to seek positions as Office managers. Office managers are involved in, and responsible for a wide range of activities. The responsibility include determining policy, setting targets and budgets, employing and controlling staff, and ensuring that the highest level of service is provided to customers and to other departments within the organization.
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT & LABOUR LAWS
To provide an overview of management. It covers theory, process and practice of the four fundamental management skills: planning, organizing, leading and controlling as well as the role of managers in organizations.
PROFESSIONAL COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING
To enable student Identify and apply fundamental concepts and essential terminology of accounting, including balance sheets, revenues and monetary assets, expenses, inventories and costs, depreciation, assets and liabilities, equities, and cash flow, and identify basic financial statements commonly used for both profit and not-for-profit businesses. Professionals can work on Peachtree accounting software to create companies, run accounts payable, manage inventory and payroll, track inventory and assets, maintain a general ledger, and generate required company reports.