EXECUTIVE EDUCATION

EDUCATION FOR EXECUTIVES

EXECUTIVE EDUCATION

The NWU Business School has special expertise in the field of Management. Emerging managers need a solid foundation of business skills and informed knowledge to fully develop their intellectual capability, to add significant value to the organisation and to qualify for further promotion.

Executive Education describes various non-formal programmes for working professionals with practical content that impact their professional and personal development. Executive Programs are targeted toward managers and executives from middle- to upper-management levels and entry-level managers. Executive programs are characterised as generic management programs with no separation by industry and are designed to survey various management and leadership topics and current issues.

So, whether you are a team leader, supervisor, front-line manager, or perhaps a promising individual for entry into a management position, make sure you apply for our Executive Education Short Learning Programmes.

Online contact session dates*:

3 February 2025 | 17 February 2025 |
2 March 2025 | 6 April 2025 |
13 April 2025 | 27 April 2025 |
11 May 2025

* Dates subject to change. Second semester dates to be announced. **See fee breakdown in quotation

CORPORATE LEARNING COURSES

NEXT ENROLMENT DATES:

31 March 2024

31 October 2024

30 November 2024

Programme leader:

Morné van den Bergh

SHORT LEARNING PROGRAMMES

Choose from our three programmes

Here’s a compact breakdown of the three executive education courses:

Fundamental Management

This programme will empower emerging managers with a solid foundation of business skills and knowledge to fully develop their intellectual capability, and ultimately add significant value to the organisation and to qualify for a further promotion.

Middle Management

The objective of the Middle Management Programme is to provide sound academic and professional training to equip middle managers with skills to create additional value for companies and South Africa. Participants will not only be trained in their field of specialisation but will also be subjected to a broad field of functional management. Functional coordination or integration is emphasised in this programme.

Advanced Short Learning Programme on Management Strategy

The Advanced short learning programme, also known popularly as the NWU Advanced Management Programme offered for many years at the NWU-Business School. The NWU-Business School has special expertise in the field of Management. There is a great need for sound academic and professional training to top- and middle managers in South Africa that not only provides training in the field of specialisation but also in the broad field of functional management.

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