Foundation Level

 

This programme is the first level in the ICB Entrepreneurship Programme. Once you have completed this level you will have an understanding of what it means to be an entrepreneur in South Africa. Identify business opportunities, set up a new business. 

ICB Entrepreneurship Programme - Foundation Level
This programme is the first level in the ICB Entrepreneurship Programme. Once you have completed this level you will have an understanding of what it means to be an entrepreneur in South Africa. Identify business opportunities, set up a new business. Understand the documents, processes and recording of financial transactions in the business. Communicate effectively with all stakeholders. Cost and price products and manage working capital. Manage business logistics. Work with SARS and other statutory bodies and finally operate a personal computer.
What I will be able to do
Understand what it means to be an entrepreneur in South Africa. Identify business opportunities, set up a new business. Understand the documents, processes and recording of financial transactions in the business Communicate effectively with all stakeholders. Cost and price products and manage working capital. Manage business logistics. Work with SARS and other statutory bodies. Operate a personal computer.
Duration
Certification
9 Months
National Certificate: Small Business Financial Management
Entry Requirement
NQF Registered Qualification
Grade 11 (Std 9), NQF L3 or an equivalent.
National Certificate: Small Business Financial Management

(NQF L4 - SAQA ID: 48736)

Total credits: 120
 
 
Subjects
What my title can be
The programme consists of 3 courses:

1. Entrepreneurship 1 (ENT1)

2. Bookkeeping to Trial Balance (BKTB)

3. Business Literacy (BUSL)
You’re probably not interested in applying for a job if you’re studying this programme! If you’re not starting your own business, you could join a start-up or new business as their finance person.