Certificate : Researching Viability of Ideas

Business Plan

SCREEN OPPORTUNITIES

ESTABLISH  POTENTIAL OF IDEAS

INTRODUCTION

Workplace ethics are rules and procedures that should be carried out to maintain a professional company culture.  A good ethical culture enables the formation of better and more trusting relationships with all the stakeholders by providing a better service, in both the public and private sectors.

PURPOSE OF THE COURSE

To enable employees to understand and apply ethical standards to their own work roles and to identify breaches of ethical standards in the workplace.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

  • Communication NQF2

  • Mathematical Literacy NQF2

BY THE END OF THIS WORKSHOP, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO :

  1. Explain the core ethical values and standards which apply to the workplace.

  2. Outline ethical values and standards contained in legislation and codes which have relevance to the conduct of employees.

  3. Describe areas of ethical conflict in the workplace .

  4. Explain the importance of ethical values and standards in relation to the public sector. 

INTRODUCTION

A business' viability is measured by it's potential for long-term survival and the ability to sustain profits over a period of time.  Using research, experience and business principles, a viability analysis will determine the probability of the idea to sustain itself, grow, meet the objectives of the business and offer the expected returns of the investor.

PURPOSE OF THE COURSE

This course will teach students how to find information about different industry sectors, explain the purpose of potential new ventures, identify characteristics of successful ventures and evaluate new venture opportunities.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

  • Mathematical Literacy NQF3

  • Communications NQF3

  • Computer Literacy NQF3

BY THE END OF THIS COURSE, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO :

  1. Identify and assess own business ideas/opportunities for a new venture.

  2. Analyse the viability of a selected idea/opportunity against specific screening variables.

  3. Research the potential of a particular idea/opportunity as a new venture.

  4. Analyse a range of risks associated with a new venture.

  5. Evaluate new venture ideas/opportunities based on research findings. 

COURSE LEVEL  :  4

COURSE DURATION  :  1 SESSIONS

COURSE CODE  :  NAC004/4