N6 Business Management Course

The N6 Business Management Course is the last course on your way to that 100% accredited Diploma in Business Management. Sign up today and start your career.

Course Summary

Award type:
National N Certificate
Accredited by:
36 Months
Entrance Requirement:
Matric or Equivalent


Learn about the processes that are required to ensure timely and appropriate planning, collection, creation, distribution, storage, retrieval, management, control and monitoring

This subject will introduce you to accounting theories, principles and concepts

Learn the essentials of both entrepreneurship and management. This subject will cover a broad range of topics varying from the role of entrepreneurs to how to draw up a business plan

This module will teach students how to define the concept computer and explain the input, processing, storing and output cycle. Students will also be able to name the fields of the application of computers and be able to explain and compare the different classes of computers.

In this subject you will build on previous information. You will learn about personal management, ethics and social responsibility of a business and organising a business

Learn about personal sales and the marketing system, the sales process and types of sales

This subject will teach you about the organisational structure, office administration, access control and financial record keeping

Once you have completed this course you will know all about keyboarding, operating systems, word processors and spreadsheets.

Build on the knowledge you gained in the N4 and N5 Courses. This subject will teach you about strategic planning, business environments and international business. 

Learn about the organisation of Sales Management, the process of recruiting and selecting salespeople and evaluating sales performance

Build on your accounting knowledge and gain more skills in accounting theories and how to apply them.

This course builds on the knowledge and skills gained in the previous levels, and can lead to a National Diploma once the relevant practical experience has been earned