ICB Higher Certificate Entrepreneurship Office Administration Breakdown

Take your skills and knowledge to the next level with this course. Learn about the administrative side of running a business and what laws need to be followed.

What you need to know

Subject Outcomes

Learn more about what each subject from the course consists of. Take a look at the subject breakdown below:

Subject Description
Introduction to Business English This subject will teach you all the English-Business terms as well as basic communication through speech and writing. It’s suitable for any professional workplace and is great to have when you decide to step into the corporate environment.
Entrepreneurship 1 Get an introduction to the basic concepts of entrepreneurship and what it takes to run your own business. Learn about the difference between entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial management, and the role of venture creation in society
Bookkeeping to Trial Balance This subject forms the foundation of your accounting knowledge. It teaches you how to prepare books of account from source documents and ledgers, as well as trial balance and bank and creditors reconciliations.
Business Literacy Effective business communication and numeracy is essential for any business person. This subject also focuses on written and spoken communication, as well as numeracy business tools such as fractions, decimal numbers, percentages, ratios, proportions, equations, interest rates and graphs.
Office and Legal Practice This subject will take you through the legal procedures and how to apply law principles within a business. Learn about the role of an admin assistant and how to keep record of the acts and laws for a business.
Entrepreneurship 2 Build on the knowledge you learnt in the previous course on this subject. Learn how to create a strategy to launch your business, as well as how to build and manage a team. Also learn about the legal aspects that come with starting a business.
Marketing Management and Public Relations This subject teaches you how the marketing and public relations functions work together to build a company’s brand. While marketing is interested in the market, consumers and demand, public relations is interested in relationships, reducing conflict and improving cooperation.
Financial Statements Financial statements teach you how to understand the principles of drafting financial statements and also how to draft financial statements.
Human Resources Management and Labour Relations Learn about Human Resource Management and Labour Relations at the same time. Gain the skills needed to make sure that your company has the best people working there and that the workplace is fair and productive.

Study Upgrade

Once you complete this course, you will be qualified to apply for the next and final course in this programme – ICB National Diploma Entrepreneurship: Financial Accounting.