Why Business Studies?
Business Studies is an important subject to study when you would like to follow a career in business management, finance, administration or marketing. Business Studies will also help you with many areas of your life and with whatever career you would like to pursue.
Business Studies will help you to:
analyse the impact of changing and challenging environments on business practices,
e.g. the increasing fuel price and the impact it has on businesses worldwide; devising
strategies to cope with these challenges
process and analyse data for decision making
develop an action plan from a business plan
understand the legal implications of contacts
understand the implementation of the employment equity act and labour laws
demonstrate and apply a range of management skills in all eight management functions: purchasing, production, financial, marketing, public relations, human resource management, information management and general management
It is an exciting subject – focused on your future! Business Studies will help you to plan ahead and
to maintain a good work ethic. This means that you are going to have to work quite hard but not
Helpful learning options to help students get ahead or work on difficult topics.
Our curriculum aligns with International and national standards.
Wide selection of written, spoken and visually appealing materials to match your student’s preferred learning style.
Our self-paced program fosters independence, and student decision-making, while allowing them to take responsibility for themselves.
- Lectures 19
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 271
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes
Business Studies JSS1
- Introduction to business studies
- Organizational Structure of a Business
- What is an office? Types of office
- Risks and Rewards
- The Role Of Business Enterprise
- The role of A Business
- Visible Imports and Exports
- invisible Imports and Exports
- Customer Needs: The Relationship
- Introduction to Business Studies
- Business organization (formations and Structure)
- Relationship between producers and consumers
- Types of Business Organization
- Business Aims and Objectives
- Classification of Businesses
- Business Finance, Needs and Sources
- Understanding Business Activities
- Business Planning Forecasting
- Introduction to Business Writing (Rules)