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The Centre for Enterprise Development (CED / the Centre), a centre within the Namibia University of Science and Technology, was established in 2000 to facilitate capacity building initiatives for the public, private and NGO sectors.

Postgraduate Certificate in Information and Communications Technology Policy and Regulation NQF Level 8

Who Should Attend?
Persons holding a Bachelor’s degree in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) or an equivalent qualification at NQF level 7 worth at least 360 credits from a recognised institution. Applicants with a pre-NQF qualification of three years bachelor’s degrees in other domain areas such as, Media studies, Public policy, Law, Medicine, Engineering, Economics, Regulation, may also apply into the programme. Applicants should also have at least two (2) years relevant work experience in Information and Communication Technology or policy and regulation.

Programme Objectives:
Upon successful completion of the program, participants will:.

  • Evaluate the essential drivers of ICT sector reform both locally and internationally
  • Analyse the structure and process of ICT policy formulation, regulatory practice and licensingprocedures in Namibia and other African countries
  • Apply the relevant theories applicable to ICT policy and regulatory environment for the digital communications and ICT sector
  • Demonstrate an understanding of digital innovation, challenges and the implications for ICTpolicy and regulation that arise from such fast-changing innovation environments
  • Analyse the digital communications and ICT environment in any chosen African country with reference to theories, international models and best practice approaches
  • Demonstrate an understanding of interplay of multiple disciplines influencing thedevelopment of regulatory framework in the digital technology sector;
  • Assess the implications of technology, challenges and market convergence on ICT policy and regulation
  • Apply ICT governance principles to the ICT sector

Date: 23 September 2019 – 31 January 2020
Registration Deadline: Friday, 31 August 2019 Click here to register
Course Fee: N$ 27 000

The course will be offered if we have a minimum of 20 participants per programme. The full payment is required before the programme starts.

Contact Persons
Ms Adri Smith, T: +264 61 207 2344, F: +264 61 207 9344, E: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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CED was established in 2000 to facilitate capacity building initiatives for the public, private and NGO sectors.


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Price excluding Tablet will be N$5 900.00

Note: Including a Tablet the price will be N$7 900.00

Course objectives:

  • Participants will be able to draw up financial statements of a trading business.
  • Enable participants read, understand and correctly interpret financial information needed for their decision-making.
  • Enable participants appreciate the role financial reports in accountability

Who should attend?

Business owners, general managers, departmental managers, accountants who have received no formal training and all those seeking to acquire skills in Book keeping and financial management.


Nature and purpose of accounting

  • Users of accounting information
  • Accounting and the non-accountant

Accounting equation & Balance sheet

  • The nature of a business: assets and liabilities
  • The balance sheet
  • The accounting equation

Ledger accounts and double entry

  • Double entry and bookkeeping
  • Double entry for Assets, capital, Liabilities, expenses and income

Trial Balance

  • Balancing off accounts
  • Extraction of trial balance

Recording accounting transactions

  • Source documents
  • Books of original entry
  • Sales day book
  • Returns inward/outward day books
  • General journal
  • Recording and accounting for cash transactions – petty cash & cashbook
  • Posting from books of prime entry to ledger accounts

Accounting for adjustments

  • Accruals and prepayments
  • Bad debts and provision for bad debts
  • Depreciation

Financial statements

  • Manufacturing statement
  • Income statement
  • Balance sheet
  • Cash flow statement
  • Differences between statements of a company and sole trader.

Accounting concepts & principles

  • This section deals with accounting concepts and principles used as a basis in the preparation of financial statements

Bank reconciliation

  • What is bank reconciliation?
  • Why is bank reconciliation necessary?
  • Preparation of bank reconciliation

Interpretation of financial statements

  • Analysis of financial statements: the use of ratios, vertical and horizontal comparison,
  • Working capital management- the cash operating cycle

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