CAMS: Level 1

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About Course

The CAMS course is administered in two levels, with each level requiring an average of six months, thus a total of one year. The course is fully tuition based with requirements for students to sit for continuous assessment tests (CATs), which constitute 15% of the final score for assessment purposes.

The examinations will be administered primarily on a computer-based platform.

A student must book for all papers in a level unless has credits or is exempted.

Course Content

LEVEL 1 Units

  • Paper 01: Principles of Entrepreneurship and Management
  • Paper 02: Introduction to Business Law and Ethics
  • Paper 03: Fundamentals of ICT Skills
  • Paper 04: Fundamentals of Business Mathematics

Paper 01: Principles of Entrepreneurship and Management
This unit covers the competencies required to apply principles of entrepreneurship and management. It involves identification of concepts of entrepreneurship, developing viable business ideas, choosing an appropriate business entry option, choosing an appropriate source of business finance, operationalising a business and managing a business.

Paper 01: Principles of Entrepreneurship and Management
This unit covers the competencies required to apply principles of entrepreneurship and management. It involves identification of concepts of entrepreneurship, developing viable business ideas, choosing an appropriate business entry option, choosing an appropriate source of business finance, operationalising a business and managing a business.

Paper 02: Introduction to Business Law and Ethics
This unit covers the competencies required to apply law and ethics in an organisation. Competencies include: demonstrating foundational concepts in business law and ethics, illustrating the structure of court systems in Kenya, applying legal requirements in establishing a business, addressing civil wrongs using law of torts, preparing commercial contracts, applying partnership law in registering and administration of a partnership business and applying property law in registering interest in property.

Paper 03: Fundamentals of ICT Skills
This unit covers the competencies required to demonstrate foundational concepts of ICT, operate computer hardware, use appropriate computer software, connect to computer networks and secure data in computer devices.

Paper 03: Fundamentals of ICT Skills
This unit covers the competencies required to demonstrate foundational concepts of ICT, operate computer hardware, use appropriate computer software, connect to computer networks and secure data in computer devices.

Paper 04: Fundamentals of business mathematics
This unit covers the competencies required to solve business problems using business mathematics. Competencies include: applying ratios, rates and proportions to compare various scenarios, describing relationships using algebraic expressions and calculus, applying the concepts of commercial mathematics to compute cost and revenue, using statistical concepts to represent data and applying probability to anticipate potential business outcomes.

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