University of Stellenbosch Business School

Available dates

May 25—29, 2020
5 days
Cape Town, South Africa
ZAR 3750 ≈USD 253
ZAR 750 per day

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About the course

The Management Programme for NPOs focuses on promoting social development in South Africa by enhancing managerial effectiveness, service delivery and good governance in the NPO sector.

WHY CHOOSE THIS COURSE?

In order to be sustainable, NPOs must be managed efficiently and have the ability to attract, secure and retain funding. Over the course of the programme, participants will be equipped to:

  • Make a strategic assessment of the medium-term sustainability of their non-profit organisation and identify high-level challenges and potential opportunities
  • Write a fundraising strategy for their NPO
  • Read and understand financial statements to determine the financial health of the NPO
  • Apply leadership skills and hence better utilise human capital
  • Assess the governance model of the NPO

Who should attend

The course is best suited for current or aspiring managers of a non-profit organisation (NPO) who has no formal qualifications in management.

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Ulrich Stander

Ulrich Stander holds a BA LLB and an LLM and is an admitted advocate. He completed the Industrial Relations Development Programme (IRDP) at the Stellenbosch University Graduate School of Business (USB), receiving the Director’s award. After working in a senior legal position in the corporate envi...

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Malcolm Boyd

Malcolm Boyd is widely known by the South African SME support fraternity, especially for his role as founding Chief Executive Officer of NAMAC Trust, which he developed from inception to employing well over 200 staff and an annual budget of R150M. NAMAC became internationally known and recognised...

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Paul Tyler

Paul joined CMDS in 1997 after working for Christian Aid, a major relief and development agency in the UK. As Finance and Human Resources Director, Paul had overall responsibility for reporting on, and accounting for, an annual income of some R400 million. During his years at CMDS, Paul has enjoy...

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Coenie Nel

Business owner & entrepreneur, leader, teacher with a passion for Project Management. Coenie Nel is a passionate professional with more than 15 years of exposure to various national and international infrastructure projects. After spending valuable project time with both engineering consulta...

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Jill Ritchie

Jill Ritchie started her own business at the age of 18 while also studying. By 28, she had created jobs for 120 people in a factory with seven retail outlets. However, she was spending more time doing voluntary work than anything else. She then entered the NGO sector as a member of the start up ...

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Ali Ncume

Ali Ncume completed his LLB at Nelson Mandela University (NMU). He served his articles at Greyvensteins in Port Elizabeth, where he gained invaluable experience in civil litigation and employment law. Ali is an admitted attorney. Pursuing his Master's Degree (LLM) in Employment Law, he involved h...

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David Newby

David Newby works as an organizational development consultant to clients in the social sector around the world. His clients include some of the biggest NGOs in the world including World Vision and UNICEF whilst locally he has worked with NGOs such as Habitat for Humanity, RIATT and ELRU. David ha...

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