SACOB – the South African College of Business is a specialist business college offering professional qualifications and short courses to people wanting to embark on or revitalise their careers, by building and enhancing their business skills and knowledge. Our fields of study include Administration, Bookkeeping, Accounting, Business Management, Chartered Secretary, Entrepreneurship, Financial Analysis, Pastel, Tourism & Hospitality and Short Courses.
Our goal is to offer a learning experience that supports a student from start to successful completion of their course (s).
We achieve this by combining the benefits of distance learning and face-to-face education to bring you a specialized educational journey. We provide traditional education, through modern delivery.
As a student of SACOB you can expect interactivity, support, flexibility and cost-efficiency during your studies.
Traditional education, Modern delivery.
What makes our offering unique is that we overcome the challenges of distance learning by combining the interactivity and connection of face-to-face education with the flexibility and cost-saving of distance education.
Our hands-on approach is delivering results and that is what matters the most. Our students consistently rank in the Top 10 in professional body assessments. With online chat facilities, same day lecturer response, question and answer platforms, student support and career guidance from a dedicated student advisor, SACOB brings distance learning closer than ever.
No matter the project, be it work orientated or within your personal life, projects need to be planned and controlled from start to finish to ensure the specific goals are achieved. Make yourself indispensable by upskilling yourself with sought after Project Management skills.
South Africa’s labour legislation is among the most progressive in the world, providing for institutions to settle disputes and ensure fairness in the workplace. The aim of this course is to develop in students a thorough understanding of labour legislation, human rights and labour practices in S...
This course aims to equip individuals working with a company’s debtors and/or creditors, with the knowledge and skills to perform their duties in line with the objectives as set out in the National Credit Act, The Consumer Protection Act and the Companies Act.