Take a look at the Financial Management courses offered by the Bellview Institute.
Financial Management Courses
The finance industry is such a broad and exciting career choice. It can be extremely rewarding and open up doors to diverse career opportunities. In short, doing a Financial Management course can help you land a job in finance quicker. As well as allow room for growth!
What Our Course Includes
The Financial Management programme consists of three National Certificate courses, of which each course is a length of 12 months. When combined with 18 months practical experience, you will have earned your National Diploma Certificate.
- Financial Management N4
The N4 certificate focuses on teaching you the specific skills you are required to have in this industry. It is the first course out of the three in order to receive your qualification.
- Financial Management N5
In this course you will be developing the skills you have learnt about in the N4 course a little deeper. After completing your N5, you are able to move on to your final course.
- Financial Management N6
This is the third and final course before receiving your National Diploma. You will be going further in depth with everything you have learnt so far in your N4 and N5 courses.
- In order to start an N4 course you will need to have a matric certificate. If you decide to move forward and do a N5 or N6 course, you would need to complete the previous level in the course programme.
- You will earn your National Diploma after completing all three courses in the programme. It is to be noted that along with the N4-N6 courses you are required to do practical experience. Overall you need to have a total of 18 months, which means 6 months per course.
What Can I Expect to Learn?
You will start off by learning the basic knowledge and skills needed in finance. As you go along you will be further expanding on what you have learnt.
The subjects included in your course are:
- Financial Accounting
- Computerised Financial Systems
- Management Communication
- Cost and Management Accounting
Benefits of Studying Financial Management
1. More Job Opportunities
Every business has a finance department and having a qualification behind your name makes you more desirable to employers. In fact, companies are constantly looking to hire people who are actively improving themselves and their career.
2. You’ll Use What You Learn
Not only will you be able to apply the knowledge you have learnt to your business, but also to your personal life. You will become clued up on how to keep better track of your finances and how to budget properly. Therefore, you will be able to make better financial decisions.
3. Able to Adapt
Doing a Financial Management course will create a solid foundation for you, especially if you are interested in other career development courses. With this in mind, the things you will learn in these courses can be used in different roles and will make you adaptable to job specific training.
4. Become Familiar With The Basics
In every business, it is important to know and understand the basics of your role. You need to become familiar with everything it entails and the skills that are required. Completing a Financial Management course will ensure that you gain the skills and knowledge needed for your future in finance.
5. Increased Job Satisfaction
Studying helps you become more prepared for your role. In order to know what you are doing, you need to understand the reason behind it. The more knowledge you have, the more valuable you are to the company. Hence, job satisfaction.
What does Financial Management involve?
Finance is the centre of any business. It involves managerial functions including planning, organizing, directing and controlling. Financial managers are responsible for the company’s overall financial health. In fact, the main objective of Financial Management is to manage a company’s expenses and increase profits. They are in charge of the financial reports and direct investment activities. Additionally, they develop ways to achieve the company’s financial goals.
What Can I Become and How Much Can I Earn?
There is a vast variety of possible career options for someone with a Financial Management Diploma. It is an industry that is in high demand, which means high pay. Below are possible careers to explore and their average salary per annum in South Africa, according to PayScale.
- Tax Consultant – Average of R249 933 per year
- Financial Administrator– Average of R184 438 per year
- Bookkeeper– Average of R175 841 per year
Is It Right For Me?
Are you an aspiring entrepreneur or interested in the world of finance? Well then doing this course will definitely help put you on the right path to reaching your career goals.
Some must-have traits include:
- Analytical skills
- Leadership thinking
- Problem solving
Where Can I Study?
Majority of learning institutes in South Africa offer the N4-N6 courses. At Bellview Institute we offer a variety of accredited career development courses, including Financial Management. Bellview is a distance learning institute in South Africa, which means you will be able to study from the comfort of your home and at your own pace. For this reason, you are able to attend to other commitments during the day.
Study Anywhere, Anytime with Bellview!
Are you ready to enter the world of finance? Do you meet the necessary requirements?
Register today and allow Bellview to help you achieve your dreams.
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Last Updated: 28 July 2020