Demand Management is the initial phase of Public Sector Supply Chain Management (SCM) and sets the trend for all subsequent actions that are associated with SCM. Through this Demand Management in the Public Sector short course, you will understand the role and importance of demand management within the SCM system and perform a variety of activities to ensure that organisational needs are correctly identified and that procurement takes place according to a structured procurement plan.
The annual short course in Shopping Centre Management (CSCM) provides you with the essential skills and knowledge of the principles and practice of shopping centre management and development. The course particularly delves into the topics of the development of a shopping centre concept, typology and terminology, location theory, research in shopping centre marketing, design principles, services building maintenance and parking management, as well as insurance security management in shopping centres.
The Advanced Course in Shopping Centre Leadership is a correspondence course, presented in collaboration with the South African Council of Shopping Centres. It is designed to enhance the managerial and business acumen of senior managers in the shopping centre industry and it provides you with the skills to strategically position shopping centres as a vital component of the retail and property industry. The Advanced Programme in Shopping Centre Leadership is a progression from the course in Shopping Centre Management.
Aim: This unit standard is intended for Management and staff who are responsible for supervising and implementing stock loss prevention plans in a wholesale/retail outlet within the provided broad guidelines or parameters. Content: What is shrinkage?
Aim: This unit standard is intended for those individuals who are responsible for displaying merchandise visually in a wholesale/retail outlet where there is some freedom to merchandise within the provided broad guidelines or parameters. Content: What is visual merchandising?
Aim: To assist all business people with observing business protocol and etiquette ensuring successful relationships with colleagues and clients. Content: Etiquette – What is it? Manners and Etiquette; Personality; Daily Etiquette, Procedures and Protocol; How to Introduce People; How to be the Perfect Guest; How to Leave a Party Graciously; More How To's; Time and Personal Space; The Etiquette of Communication; Electronic Communication; Business Meetings; Business Entertaining; Business Travel; Etiquette and Finesse; Networking and Collaboration
Aim The aim of this course is for delegates to be able to receive stock in a wholesale/retail organisation, implement security procedures to prevent shrinkage and losses and enhance the efficiency of the supply chain by recording required information on stock being received and dispatched.
Aim: To explain and demonstrate the need for “appropriate” behaviour. Assisting the delegate with deciding what is appropriate and informing the delegates as to the dos and don’ts of other cultures. Course Content: Etiquette – What is it? Personality, where culture, etiquette and personal preferences overlap; The Etiquette of Cross Cultural Communication; Time and Personal Space; Gender and Etiquette; Grooming; Generational Differences
This Customer Service Training: Management Level - which we run publicly, in-house and virtually throughout South Africa - is Seta accredited, and is aligned to Unit Standard 242829: Monitor the level of service to a range of customers .
Suitable for: Managers, Management Teams, and Change Management Committees
The COVID-19 pandemic has severely impacted the economy with most sectors experiencing significant contraction in 2020. However, agriculture bucked the trend and exhibited respectable growth despite the pandemic’s effect on exports and labour.
The age of rapid upskilling, reskilling and internal mobility is here. Never before have organisations across the globe seen such rapid acceleration of automation and economic uncertainty, as in the time post covid.