A basic introduction to the concepts of regression (ordinary least squares estimation) and statistical inference, violations of the classical linear regression model and the consequences of these violations, practical ways of detecting (diagnostic testing) and solving these problems are included in this course. The aim is to reconcile economic theory with practice, thereby empowering delegates with analytical skills and a hands-on approach to decision-making processes.
The short course in Online Course in Cost and Management Accounting is designed to help individuals in the private and public sector to understand the costing process and how to determine costs. It also covers the management of funds by means of budgets and the use of management accounting information to make informed and accountable decisions. Topics such as absorption, variable, job and process costing; traditional cost allocation versus activity-based costing; and cost-volume-profit relations will be discussed.
The short course in Public Financial Management for NonFinancial Managers provides you with knowledge and skills in the basic concepts and principles of financial management in the public sector as general middle or senior manager. The course aims to provide you with a basic introduction to the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) of 1999 (as amended), together with insights to National Treasury regulations, the Medium-term Expenditure Framework (MTEF) process and effective strategic planning to effectively perform your duties that pertain to financial outcomes.
The Advanced Course in Time Series Econometrics addresses modelling techniques for time series data when unit roots are present in the data. An overview of the technical characteristics of time-series data and the concept of non-stationarity is provided; and the econometric techniques of cointegration and error correction modelling are revised in single equations (residual-based cointegration), with emphasis on their empirical application. The main focus of the course is however on the theory and application of multivariate cointegration.
The short course in Economic Crime Schemes provides you with an introduction to particular crime schemes that are directed against organisations and often perpetrated by its employees, management or involvement of third parties.
The UP Enterprises Initial Aviation Occurrence Investigation Course (IOIC) is a compacted but detailed Outcomes-Based (OBE) training course at aim to serve the Aviation Community in order to augment one of their principal objectives: Aviation Safety. Moreover, it will enhance the Aviation Operator’s compliance to the obligatory Safety Management System as required by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) Regulations.
The short course in the Investigation and Management of Cyber and Electronic Crime provides you with insights to and knowledge of the legal and practical issues that specifically relate to criminal conduct in the online environment and exponential advancements in information and communication technologies that has given rise to cyber and electronic crime.
The online short course in Project Cost and Schedule Risk Simulation provides delegates with the necessary background and theory to develop MCS models. During the course, many examples will be provided for cost, schedule and IRR simulation.
Delegates will learn how numerical simulation can be applied in various functional areas of the business enterprise and specifically in projects. This online course explains how to develop a simulation model and execute the model with or without simulation add-ins.
The CCMA has frequently upheld the dismissal of employees fired for misconduct. We have been directly involved in a great many cases where employees have been fired and, after appealing to the CCMA, have remained fired.
Many learners returned to school at the end of July following the end of their holiday break. With the return of learners, the Department of Basic Education (DBE) has made some changes for the new school term.