UNISA Financial Governance Course Module

UNISA Financial Governance Course Module

Applied Auditing (Namibian Students on ly) – NAU4862
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in Auditing – displaying a high level of integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain accounting competencies. The module is designed to facilitate students’ acquisition of these competencies through knowledge of and engagement in relevant Auditing topics at the forefront of the field; an understanding of the theories, methods and techniques relevant to the field; and a thorough understanding of how to apply such knowledge to scenarios grounded in the real-world. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: the audit process; pre-engagement activities; planning an audit; the Code of Professional Conduct, the Auditing Profession Act; King III Report and Code of Governance for South Africa; SAICA syllabus relating to Close Corporation act and Companies act; audit evidence; tests of controls, substantive procedures and completion of the audit.
Advanced Financial Accounting I (Namibian Students on ly) – NFA4861
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in International Financial Reporting Standards, excluding consolidation standards – displaying some integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain other accounting competencies. The module is designed to facilitate students’ acquisition and understanding of the underlying principles of International Financial Reporting Standards, excluding consolidation standards, and an understanding of how to apply such knowledge in a particular context. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: The application of the Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting and other financial reporting standards in the measurement and recording of accounting data and the preparation of financial statements.
Advanced Financial Accounting II (Namibian Students on ly) – NFA4862
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in consolidated financial statements – displaying some integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain other accounting competencies. To explain and apply underlying principles according to which consolidated financial statements are prepared and to strengthen and deepen students’ knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards on an application level relating to consolidations. The module is designed to facilitate students’ acquisition of these competencies through knowledge of and engagement in relevant Financial Accounting topics at the forefront of the field; an understanding of the theories, methods and techniques relevant to the field; and an understanding of how to apply such knowledge in a particular context. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: Separate financial statements; Consolidated financial statements; Business combinations; Investments in associates and joint ventures; Joint arrangements; Related parties; Changes in degree of control and Consolidated statement of cash flows.
Applied Financial Accounting I (Namibian Students on ly) – NFA4863
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in International Financial Reporting Standards, excluding consolidation standards – displaying high level of integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain other accounting competencies. The module is designed to facilitate students’ acquisition and thorough understanding of the underlying principles of International Financial Reporting Standards, excluding consolidation standards, and an understanding of how to apply such knowledge in to scenarios grounded in the real-world. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: The application of the Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting and other financial reporting standards in the measurement and recording of accounting data and the preparation of financial statements.
Applied Financial Accounting II (Namibian Students on ly) – NFA4864
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in consolidated financial statements – displaying a high level of integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain other accounting competencies. To explain and apply underlying principles according to which consolidated financial statements are prepared and to strengthen and deepen students’ knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards on an application level relating to consolidations. The module is designed to facilitate students’ acquisition of these competencies through knowledge of and engagement in relevant Financial Accounting topics at the forefront of the field; an understanding of the theories, methods and techniques relevant to the field; and a thorough understanding of how to apply such knowledge to scenarios grounded in the real-world. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: Separate financial statements; Consolidated financial statements; Business combinations; Investments in associates and joint ventures; Joint arrangements; Related parties; Changes in degree of control; Foreign operations; Consolidated statement of cash flows and Analysis and interpretation of financial and non-financial information.
Advanced Auditing (Zimbabwean Students on ly) – ZAU4861
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in Auditing – displaying some integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain accounting competencies. The module is designed to facilitate students’ acquisition of these competencies through knowledge of and engagement in relevant Auditing topics at the forefront of the field; an understanding of the theories, methods and techniques relevant to the field; and an understanding of how to apply such knowledge in a particular context. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: the audit process; pre-engagement activities; planning an audit; the Code of Professional Conduct, the Auditing Profession Act; King III Report and Code of Governance for South Africa; SAICA syllabus relating to Close Corporation act and Companies act; audit evidence; tests of controls, substantive procedures and completion of the audit.
Applied Auditing (Zimbabwean Students on ly) – ZAU4862
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in consolidated financial statements – displaying some integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain other accounting competencies. To explain and apply underlying principles according to which consolidated financial statements are prepared and to strengthen and deepen students’ knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards on an application level relating to consolidations. The module is designed to facilitate students’ acquisition of these competencies through knowledge of and engagement in relevant Financial Accounting topics at the forefront of the field; an understanding of the theories, methods and techniques relevant to the field; and an understanding of how to apply such knowledge in a particular context. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: Separate financial statements; Consolidated financial statements; Business combinations; Investments in associates and joint ventures; Joint arrangements; Related parties; Changes in degree of control and Consolidated statement of cash flows.
Advanced Financial Accounting I (Zimbabwean Students on ly) – ZFA4861
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in International Financial Reporting Standards, excluding consolidation standards – displaying some integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain other accounting competencies. The module is designed to facilitate students’ acquisition and understanding of the underlying principles of International Financial Reporting Standards, excluding consolidation standards, and an understanding of how to apply such knowledge in a particular context. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: The application of the Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting and other financial reporting standards in the measurement and recording of accounting data and the preparation of financial statements.
Advanced Financial Accounting II (Zimbabwean Students on ly) – ZFA4862
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To explain and apply the underlying principles according to which consolidated financial statements are prepared.
Advanced Auditing – AUE4861
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in Auditing – displaying some integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain accounting competencies. The module is designed to facilitate students’ acquisition of these competencies through knowledge of and engagement in relevant Auditing topics at the forefront of the field; an understanding of the theories, methods and techniques relevant to the field; and a thorough understanding of how to apply such knowledge to scenarios grounded in the real-world. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: the audit process; pre-engagement activities; planning an audit; the Code of Professional Conduct, the Auditing Profession Act; King III Report and Code of Governance for South Africa; SAICA syllabus relating to Close Corporation act and Companies act; audit evidence; tests of controls, substantive procedures and completion of the audit.
Applied Financial Accounting I (Zimbabwean Students on ly) – ZFA4863
Honours,Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in International Financial Reporting Standards, excluding consolidation standards – displaying high level of integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain other accounting competencies. The module is designed to facilitate students’ acquisition and thorough understanding of the underlying principles of International Financial Reporting Standards, excluding consolidation standards, and an understanding of how to apply such knowledge in to scenarios grounded in the real-world. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: The application of the Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting and other financial reporting standards in the measurement and recording of accounting data and the preparation of financial statements.
Applied Auditing – AUE4862
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in Auditing – displaying a high level of integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain accounting competencies. The module is designed to facilitate students’ acquisition of these competencies through knowledge of and engagement in relevant Auditing topics at the forefront of the field; an understanding of the theories, methods and techniques relevant to the field; and a thorough understanding of how to apply such knowledge to scenarios grounded in the real-world. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: the audit process; pre-engagement activities; planning an audit; the Code of Professional Conduct, the Auditing Profession Act; King III Report and Code of Governance for South Africa; SAICA syllabus relating to Close Corporation act and Companies act; audit evidence; tests of controls, substantive procedures and completion of the audit.
Applied Financial Accounting II (Zimbabwean Students on ly) – ZFA4864
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To strengthen and deepen students’ knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards on an application level, consolidation standards.To equip students with specific competencies in consolidated financial statements – displaying a high level of integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain other accounting competencies. To explain and apply underlying principles according to which consolidated financial statements are prepared and to strengthen and deepen students’ knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards on an application level relating to consolidations. The module is designed to facilitate students’ acquisition of these competencies through knowledge of and engagement in relevant Financial Accounting topics at the forefront of the field; an understanding of the theories, methods and techniques relevant to the field; and a thorough understanding of how to apply such knowledge to scenarios grounded in the real-world. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: Separate financial statements; Consolidated financial statements; Business combinations; Investments in associates and joint ventures; Joint arrangements; Related parties; Changes in degree of control; Foreign operations; Consolidated statement of cash flows and Analysis and interpretation of financial and non-financial information.
Advanced Financial Accounting I – FAC4861
Masters Degree,Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in International Financial Reporting Standards, excluding consolidation standards – displaying some integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain other accounting competencies. The module is designed to facilitate students’ acquisition and understanding of the underlying principles of International Financial Reporting Standards, excluding consolidation standards, and an understanding of how to apply such knowledge in a particular context. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: The application of the Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting and other financial reporting standards in the measurement and recording of accounting data and the preparation of financial statements.
Advanced Financial Accounting II – FAC4862
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in consolidated financial statements – displaying some integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain other accounting competencies. To explain and apply underlying principles according to which consolidated financial statements are prepared and to strengthen and deepen students’ knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards on an application level relating to consolidations. The module is designed to facilitate students’ acquisition of these competencies through knowledge of and engagement in relevant Financial Accounting topics at the forefront of the field; an understanding of the theories, methods and techniques relevant to the field; and an understanding of how to apply such knowledge in a particular context. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: Separate financial statements; Consolidated financial statements; Business combinations; Investments in associates and joint ventures; Joint arrangements; Related parties; Changes in degree of control and Consolidated statement of cash flows.
Advanced Financial Accounting I – FAC4863
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in International Financial Reporting Standards, excluding consolidation standards – displaying high level of integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain other accounting competencies. The module is designed to facilitate students’ acquisition and thorough understanding of the underlying principles of International Financial Reporting Standards, excluding consolidation standards, and an understanding of how to apply such knowledge in to scenarios grounded in the real-world. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: The application of the Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting and other financial reporting standards in the measurement and recording of accounting data and the preparation of financial statements.
Applied Financial Accounting II – FAC4864
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in consolidated financial statements – displaying a high level of integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain other accounting competencies. To explain and apply underlying principles according to which consolidated financial statements are prepared and to strengthen and deepen students’ knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards on an application level relating to consolidations. The module is designed to facilitate students’ acquisition of these competencies through knowledge of and engagement in relevant Financial Accounting topics at the forefront of the field; an understanding of the theories, methods and techniques relevant to the field; and a thorough understanding of how to apply such knowledge to scenarios grounded in the real-world. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: Separate financial statements; Consolidated financial statements; Business combinations; Investments in associates and joint ventures; Joint arrangements; Related parties; Changes in degree of control; Foreign operations; Consolidated statement of cash flows and Analysis and interpretation of financial and non-financial information.
Advanced Auditing (Namibian Students on ly) – NAU4861
Post Graduate Diploma Year module NQF level: 8 Credits: 24
Module presented in English
Purpose: To equip students with specific competencies in Auditing – displaying some integration between these competencies, with pervasive skills, ethics and professional practice, and certain accounting competencies. The module is designed to facilitate students’ acquisition of these competencies through knowledge of and engagement in relevant Auditing topics at the forefront of the field; an understanding of the theories, methods and techniques relevant to the field; and an understanding of how to apply such knowledge in a particular context. The course syllabus includes the following main topics: the audit process; pre-engagement activities; planning an audit; the Code of Professional Conduct, the Auditing Profession Act; King III Report and Code of Governance for South Africa; SAICA syllabus relating to Close Corporation act and Companies act; audit evidence; tests of controls, substantive procedures and completion of the audit.

Central Johannesburg College Courses Info

Central Johannesburg College Courses Info

Central Johannesburg College Courses Info

Central Johannesburg College Courses Info
OFFICE HOURS
Monday – Friday
07h30 – 16h00
CLASSES
Monday – Friday
08h00 – 16h00
CORRESPONDENCE
Central Administration Office
Central Johannesburg College
PO Box 70500
Houghton
2041
RESOURCES

  • Bookshop – all campuses
  • Canteen – all campuses
  • Public Telephones – all campuses
  • Hair Salon – Parktown Campus
  • Internet Café – Under Review
  • Student Resource Centres – All campuses
  • Music Studio – Highveld Campus, Crown Mines Site
  • Restaurant – Parktown Campus

OTHER
Security – 24 hours – all campuses
Gate security officers are instructed to do security checks in terms of vehicles entering and leaving the college premises.
Gate security officers are instructed to search vehicles, bags and persons entering and leaving the campus.  Students are issued with a student card and are not permitted entry onto the college premises without presentation of their card.
Parking
Secure parking is available for students on the Ellis Park and Parktown Campuses at an affordable fee.
STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
Bursaries
Bursaries are awarded to students according to academic performance.  Students can apply for a bursary once they are registered with the College.  Registered students can obtain bursary application forms from the Students Support Services Office at the campus where they are studying.
Study Opportunities
Prospective students can choose from a variety of courses.  There are over thirty study opportunities in five different Schools:

  •  School of Enterprise and Business Development
  •  School of Engineering Technology
  •  School of Community Enterprise Development
  •  School of Health and Human Services
  •  School of Information and Communication Development

Academic Progress
As a committee of the Governing Council of CJC, the Academic Board oversees the academic progress of students, identify problem areas and facilitate remedial processes to enhance and ensure a sound academic culture.
Student Representative Council (SRC)
A Student Representative Council is elected annually by the students.  Nominations of candidates by students are conducted and through an independent election process.  The SRC, as a statutory body, also enjoys representation on the Governing Council of the College to ensure student representation in all college matters.
Sport and Recreation (Campus Life)
As part of campus life, students participate in various sporting, recreational and cultural activities, including soccer, netball, volleyball, dance, poetry and choir singing.
Academic Excursions
In order to provide students with exposure to industry, excursions are organized per department.  Learners are obliged to sign an indemnity form before undertaking any excursion.  Forms will be supplied by the organizer of such an event.
Career counseling and enterprise development
Exit-level students and alumni can register with the Centre for Employment and Entrepreneurship Development (CEED) for membership of the Alumni Association.  CEED renders services to these categories of students in the form of enterprise development and career support.  These entail internship, setting up and supporting student business incubations, job seeking skills (compiling a winning Curriculum Vitae and application letter, interview skills, etc.).  For more information contact the CEED Central Office at Parktown Campus at (011) 642 3053, or visit the Student Support Services Office at your campus.
ACCOMMODATION
Registered students can apply for residence, which is located on 32 Hadfield Road, Berea.  Preference will be given to students residing beyond the borders of Gauteng.  For more information contact the Ellis Park Campus on (011) 402 2990.
COURSE FEES
Central Johannesburg College prescribes course (study) fees prior to the beginning of each academic year.  [click here to view or download the 2008 Course Fees brochure]
Methods of Course Fee Payment
Registration Deposit
A prospective student is required to pay a one-third deposit of the total course fees on registration for the selected course.  Only in the case of a selected few of the courses will a prospective student be required to contribute 50% registration deposit.
Please Note: Students registered for trimester courses are required to pay their full course fees on registration.
Settlement of Outstanding Fee Balance
Once the registration deposit has been paid, the registered student is required to pay the outstanding balance in installments as follows:

  • Students registered for the first semester must have settled their outstanding fees by the end of May.
  • Students registered for the second semester must have settled their outstanding fees by the end of October.
  • Students registered for year courses must have settled their outstanding fees by the end of October.

Students should note that on failure to comply with the payment system outlined above, they would not be provided with their examination results.
Central Johannesburg College operates a cashless system.  All cash and cheque payments are to be deposited into the bank.  Only credit card payments will be processed on campus by campus cashiers.
The following methods of payments are being used:

  • Direct bank deposits
  • Bank guaranteed cheques
  • Credit Card payments

REGISTRATION PERIODS
Trimester Courses register three times a year: January; April/May; and August/September.
Semester Courses register twice a year: January and July.
Year Courses register once a year in January.
CONDITIONS FOR REGISTRATION

  • Central Johannesburg College is open for registration to both South African citizens and citizens from other countries.
  •  South African citizens must be in possession of a legal identity document.
  •  Foreign students must have a valid temporary residence permit prior to registration.  Once they are in possession of a Proof of Residence issued by the College, they should obtain a valid study permit for the duration of study stated on the Proof of Residence document, from the Department of Home Affairs.
  •  A certified copy of the most recent results.
  •  A parent or legal guardian must accompany a student who is under the age of eighteen.
  •  Proof of residence, e.g. telephone or electricity bill.

ENQUIRIES:
Visit the Marketing and Communications Department at:
5 Ubla Avenue
(Off Princess of Wales Terrace)
Parktown
Johannesburg, South Africa
Write to:
Private Bag 70500
Houghton
2041
E-mail:  info@cjc.co.za
Telephone: (011) 351 6000
Facsimile: (011) 484 2738

  • Central Johannesburg College Courses Info,SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
      • Building and Civil Engineering N1 – N6
      • Electrical Engineering N1 – N6
      • Electronics Engineering N1 – N6
      • Mechanical Engineering N1 – N6
      • Servicing Motor Vehicles
      • Construction Electrical
      • Community House Building L2
      • Welding
      • Carpentry
      • Motor Trade N1
      • Plumbing
      • Cabinet Making
      • Body & Paint
      • Machining
  • SCHOOL OF ENTERPRISE & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
      • Business Management N4 – N6
      • Financial Management N4 – N6
      • Human Resource Management N4 – N6
      • Marketing Management N4 – N6
      • Subject Descriptions

      ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR MANAGEMENT COURSES

      • The duration of each level (i.e. N4 – N6) is six months
      • With a Grade 12/Std 10/equivalent qualification, the learner will enrol on the N4 level
      • Accounting at Grade 12 level is compulsory for the Financial Management course

      ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

      • All National Examinations are conducted in June and November of each year.
      • The N6 certificate can be converted into a National Diploma once a student has acquired 18 months relevant practical
      • experience monitored at an approved place of employment.
      • The pass requirement is a minimum of 40% per subject.

      WHERE TO STUDY THESE COURSES

      • Business Management – Parktown Campus
      • Human Resource Management – Parktown Campus
      • Marketing Management – Parktown Campus
      • Financial Management -ParktownCampus

         CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD BROCHURE ON SCHOOL OF ENTERPRISE & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

  • SCHOOL OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY & E – LEARNING
      • Basic Computer Skills
      • International Computer Driving License (ICDL)
      • IT Essentials: PC Hardware & Software
      • CCNA Discovery: CCNA 1 & 2
      • CCNA Discovery: CCNA 3 & 4
      • National Certificate (Vocational): Information Technology & Computer Science
      • IBM Programmes
      • Learnership

         CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD BROCHURE ON SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

  • SCHOOL OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
      • Clothing Production Department
      • Cosmetology Department
      • Hair Care Department
      • Hospitality and Catering Services Department
      • Popular Music Department
      • Travel and Tourism Department
      • Art and Design Department

         CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD BROCHURE ON SCHOOL OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

Central Johannesburg College Courses Fees Info

Central Johannesburg College Courses Fees Info

Central Johannesburg College Courses Fees Info

Central Johannesburg College Courses Fees Info,COURSE FEES
Central Johannesburg College prescribes course (study) fees prior to the beginning of each academic year.  [click here to view or download the 2008 Course Fees brochure]
Methods of Course Fee Payment
Registration Deposit
A prospective student is required to pay a one-third deposit of the total course fees on registration for the selected course.  Only in the case of a selected few of the courses will a prospective student be required to contribute 50% registration deposit.
Please Note: Students registered for trimester courses are required to pay their full course fees on registration.
Settlement of Outstanding Fee Balance
Once the registration deposit has been paid, the registered student is required to pay the outstanding balance in installments as follows:

  • Students registered for the first semester must have settled their outstanding fees by the end of May.
  • Students registered for the second semester must have settled their outstanding fees by the end of October.
  • Students registered for year courses must have settled their outstanding fees by the end of October.

Students should note that on failure to comply with the payment system outlined above, they would not be provided with their examination results.
Central Johannesburg College operates a cashless system.  All cash and cheque payments are to be deposited into the bank.  Only credit card payments will be processed on campus by campus cashiers.
The following methods of payments are being used:

  • Direct bank deposits
  • Bank guaranteed cheques
  • Credit Card payments

REGISTRATION PERIODS
Trimester Courses register three times a year: January; April/May; and August/September.
Semester Courses register twice a year: January and July.
Year Courses register once a year in January.
CONDITIONS FOR REGISTRATION

  • Central Johannesburg College is open for registration to both South African citizens and citizens from other countries.
  •  South African citizens must be in possession of a legal identity document.
  •  Foreign students must have a valid temporary residence permit prior to registration.  Once they are in possession of a Proof of Residence issued by the College, they should obtain a valid study permit for the duration of study stated on the Proof of Residence document, from the Department of Home Affairs.
  •  A certified copy of the most recent results.
  •  A parent or legal guardian must accompany a student who is under the age of eighteen.
  •  Proof of residence, e.g. telephone or electricity bill.

ENQUIRIES:
Visit the Marketing and Communications Department at:
5 Ubla Avenue
(Off Princess of Wales Terrace)
Parktown
Johannesburg, South Africa
Write to:
Private Bag 70500
Houghton
2041
E-mail:  info@cjc.co.za
Telephone: (011) 351 6000
Facsimile: (011) 484 2738