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Overview

SAQA ID: 117500 | NQF Level 4 | 8 Credits

Milla SA brings you this course to help demonstrate an understanding of entrepreneurial finance; South African legislation related to company finance; sources of finance, and financial supervision related both to start-up and operational finance.

This course covers the following topics:

  • Raise financial support externally
  • Calculate the break-even budget.
  • Assess the impact of tax and other statutory expenses
  • Supervise financial record keeping and cash flow
  • Sources of funds
  • Potential financiers and their requirements
  • Following up on the most suitable source of funds
  • Assessing the required collateral.
  • Compiling an application for the loan or funding
  • Submitting application with a business plan
  • Required documentation
  • Repayments
  • Budget in the business plan

Venue: Cape Town, South Africa • Dates: 10 – 11 April 2019


Graeme Lategan
Facilitator
Graeme Lategan Consulting

Graeme is a renowned and a “go to” Training Specialist. Primarily from the Public Service and commanding several Key Management positions, with a career wingspan in excess of 30 years has served in the Correctional Services, East London Municipality, Cape Provincial Administration and several Provincial Government Departments. Specialising in Law Enforcement Traffic, Policing and Security, he held among others, positions as Superintendant for East London Traffic Services, Head of Law Enforcement and Training – East London City Police – Deputy Director – Department of Transport – Eastern Cape, Acting District Manager – Eastern Cape Department of Roads & Transport and Director – North West Province.

He has a balanced and comprehensive scope of managerial disciplines with a holistic and practical knowledgebase pertaining to operational implementation and performance and is regarded by his peers as a “Formidable Leader” With some international exposure in terms of integrated delivery management training programs with The Police in The Netherlands, Belgium and UK ,he has a recommendation letter from the California Highway Patrol sighting his impressive CV and was invited to the USA by the FBI to participate in their Executive Leadership Program. He has a recommendation letter from the California Highway Patrol sighting
his impressive CV.

Graeme holds several Degrees – Masters Business Administration (MBA) – Mancosa, Bachelor of Policing Practise Honours (BPP) Cum Laude – Southern Business School, Baccalaureus Technologiae Road Traffic & Municipal Police Management (BTECH) -Tshwane University of Technology, National Diploma Traffic & Police Management -Technikon Pretoria, Diploma Labour Law – Graduate Institute of Management & Technology, Diploma Human Resources, Diploma Risk Management, Diploma Security Management and a National Diploma in Traffic Science. He is a Doctoral Student. He has received the award for Top Research Methodology Student from SBS, the award for presenting the best paper at The National RTMC Conference relating to Monitoring & Managing Performance and has been promoted several times during his professional Career. He has been a speaker at several conferences with international status and has published numerous articles in national career focused magazines. Various achievement awards in Sports Disciplines and Champion Status in Karate and Quad Racing. Graeme is registered with Professional Body – The South African Board of Peoples Practise as a Master HR Generalist.