Business - An avenue of employment in SA

By 2040, Africa will have the largest young workforce, with almost 200 million Africans aged between 15 and 24.

According to GEM Africa’s Young Entrepreneurs: Unlocking the potential for a brighter future report, the informal sector is unable to meet the employment demands of the growing young population. The report emphasises and promotes entrepreneurship as an avenue for employment amongst African youth.

Whether you are deciding which career to pursue or whether you are in a career and would like to upskill your qualification to increase your career opportunities, studying and building skills within the field of business will be a viable path to take in South Africa.

Today’s complex business environment requires the skills of qualified business managers within the various branches of a business model. Acquiring the fundamental skills of business can lead to entrepreneurship or a career in business management.

Damelin Correspondence College offers a wide selection of accredited Certificates and Diplomas within the various branches of business. A few examples of their business course offerings include: Credit Management, Cost & Management Accounting, Customer Relationship Management, Business Administration, Business Management and Project Management Techniques.

The most valuable asset that a job-seeker can have is a relevant qualification from an acclaimed and respected institution. With over 40 years of experience in preparing students for employment, DCC has an unmatched reputation as an education institution with widespread recognition in the workplace. DCC’s distance mode of study offers you the convenience to acquire qualifications in the comfort of your home, at a pace that suits your lifestyle.

May 2017 be your year to pursue a successful venture. Through distance study, you can acquire the skills you need to identify business opportunities, become an entrepreneur, or manage a business.

For more information about DCC programmes and registration call: 0860 61 61 61 or visit www.dcc.edu.za

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