Stakeholder consultation around municipal finance programs (SAQA ID 116348)

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Community participation currently forms an important element of the South African government's policy on integrated development planning in local government. Community participation and stakeholder negotiation involve a process of comprehensive engagement, as divergent opinions, needs and expectations normally exist. It is therefore important to correctly identify legitimate stakeholders, to know the different types of partnerships that form stakeholder units within municipalities, and where final decision-making responsibility and accountability are located in local government affairs.
R1,420.00 R1,120.00

Unit standard requirements

SAQA requirements

SAQA ID 116348

NQF level 6

8 credits

Course outcomes

On completion of this unit standard, you should be able to,

  1. Identify and describe relevant stakeholder and role players in a municipal environment;
  2. Select and apply a range of appropriate negotiation and communication techniques and methods;
  3. Assess own application of communication techniques and methods and draw up a plan of action for self-development;
  4. Evaluate the communication process and make recommendations for improved interaction.

Stanford university

Stanford university

Course Features

  • Lectures 18
  • Quizzes 0
  • Duration 4 weeks
  • Skill level All levels
  • Language English
  • Students 145
  • Certificate Yes
  • Assessments Yes