We have devoted extensive resources to the design of our skills programmes. Our training programme has been designed to address critical skills shortages within the Information Technology and Telecommunications areas. Our training eye remains focused on skills development and employment. Flexible entry routes are available to allow learners to enroll for individual modules or for the full programme scope.
WHAT IS OUR
Our programmes are not ordinary. Our training is definitely not boring. We are passionate about training and the use of technology in our courses. Our training approach is learner-centered and we go the extra training mile to ensure that our learners are able to apply what they learn in a real-life context. Our fundamental goal is to equip learners with critical knowledge and skills that will ultimately help them find a job or start their own businesses.
WHICH TRAINING ROUTES ARE
Two learning routes are offered to ensure that we cater for the needs of both unemployed and employed learners.
The following options are provided:
- Formal credit bearing courses; or
- Short courses.
Learner availability and learning needs will guide the selection of the most appropriate route. Prospective learners are encouraged to contact us if they need assistance with selecting the most suitable route.
We Also offer training to organisations.
We can customise our programmes to suit your specific organisational requirementsto ensure your specific group training needs are addressed.
WHAT ARE THE TRAINING PRE-REQUISITES
We have outlined the following criteria to guide new learners through the programme selection process. We welcome all candidates who are confident that they meet the following entry-level requirements.
- Fundamental Mathematics on NQF level 3 (Grade 11 or N2);
- English on NQF level 3 (Grade 11 or N2); and
- Personal computer competency skills (end-user computing).
- Be passionate about technology;
- Enjoy working as part of a team;
- Be able to read and write quite well;
- Have a basic understanding of principles of electricity and electronics;
- Be able to solve problems;
- Have a good understanding of IT systems;
- Enjoy figuring out how things work; and
- Be willing to learn and grow.