Public Sector Management Courses
National Certificate: N6 Public Management (Accounting)
The National Certificate in N6 Public Management (Accounting) is a comprehensive program that builds upon your previous knowledge and skills while introducing you to crucial aspects of Public Law.
Key highlights of this course include:
- Progression from previous levels, enhancing your expertise.
- In-depth exploration of public law, public finance, and public administration.
- Preparation for a National N6 Diploma and practical experience.
This course is ideal if:
- You have completed the N5-level course.
- You aim to expand your public law, finance, and administration knowledge.
- You aspire to attain a National N6 Diploma with practical experience.
- You have plans for further education at the university level.
Register for the National Certificate: N6 Public Management (Accounting) and take a significant step towards a promising career in public finance administration and beyond.
- N6 – accredited by the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO)
- SAQA ID: 67000
- 60 Credits
- Public Administration N6
- Municipal Administration N6
- Public Law N6
- Public Finance N6
Upon completion of this course, students will be awarded a Certificate of Achievement: N6 Public Management from the DHET. After students have completed this course, and submitted proof that they have gained 18 months of relevant practical experience, they will be awarded a National N6 Diploma (360 credits) from the DHET.
N courses are offered and assessed by Oxbridge Academy. After gaining a qualifying year mark, students will be admitted to write the national examination at an approved venue. Read our N4-N6 Exam letter for information on writing the exams.
Need assistance with gaining practical work experience?
While you are busy with your course, or after you have completed your studies, you can sign up for the DHET’s free placement service – iWIL – so that your profile can be matched with a suitable employer offering opportunities for Work Integrated Learning (WIL) or Workplace Based Learning (WBL) in your field of study.