This module is suitable for first year Accounting studies and is aligned to:
- Accounting 1A (UNISA FAC1501)
Every time we fail to finish what we planned, we blame our lack of time. But is it really true that we don't have sufficient time or is the REAL problem that we are not making effective use of the time available to us?
Essentially, managing time, like any other problem, requires mastering the principles of analysis, planning and discipline.
This course will show learners how to approach and structure time in a more effective way, which in turn will enable them to increase productivity and restore balance to their hectic lifestyles.
Learners will diagnose their current use of time and investigate whether they have any time-wasting habits. Once they understand how they currently use their time, they will be shown how to make optimum use of their available time by using time-saving techniques and planning tools.
The course comprises time management theory as well as some training on using the task and planning functionality in MS Outlook.
The course is aligned to Unit Standard 117171, NQF level 3- Manage time effectively to enhance productivity and enable a balanced lifestyle.
The publication is aimed at any person who:
Module 1 – My Current Use Of Time
Module 2 - Investigating My Habits
Module 3 - Methods For Managing My Time
Module 4 - Using Microsoft Outlook To Plan Your Time
Module 5 - Exercising My Time Management Skills