Fundamental Management Programme (FMP)

UNISA Graduate School of Business Leadership

UNISA Graduate School of Business Leadership

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Who should attend

To be eligible for admission to the programme, participants must hold a Matric Certificate and have three years' work experience. Alternatively, a portfolio of evidence of prior learning will be considered, based on Unisa's policy requirements for short learning programmes. The programme is aimed at entry level managers in both the public and private sectors.

About the course

This programme aims to equip entry-level managers with the theoretical knowledge and hands-on skills to handle fundamental management tasks and be team leaders in rapidly changing organisations. First-level managers such as supervisors and superintendents, as well as small business managers, enrol in the FMP to gain the management background necessary for selfdevelopment and promotion.

Benefits

After completing this six-month programme, successful participants should be able to apply basic management principles in the organisation.

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