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Teaching Courses at Walter Sisulu University – Admission and Application Requirements WSU has one of the reputable pedigrees in education in South Africa, offering a wide range of programmes. The programmes focus on the initial professional education of teachers as well as their continuing development. Specialist focuses on mathematics, science and technology education are also catered for as too are social sciences and development studies. These areas are housed in four areas: – Initial Professional Education of Teachers (IPET) – Mathematics, Science and Technology Education (CPTD) – Continuing Professional Teacher Development (MSTE) – Social Sciences and Development Studies (SSDS) BEd (FET) Humanities Nelson Mandela Drive, Mthatha REQUIREMENTS APS: 25 – See our easy-to-understand scoring table Senior Certificate: Two subjects with E (HG) or D (SG) in any two school subjects from Languages, History and Geography and a pass in any other two school subjects. NSC (Degree): rating of at least 4 (50 – 59%) for any four NSC subjects, two of which should be taken as Majors. NSC rating of at least 5 (60 -69%) for English if it is to be taken as a major subject and NSC rating of at least least 3 (40-49%) if not to be taken […]
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Teaching Courses offered at University Limpopo (UL) – Admission and Requirements Education is one of the core academic fields supporting the African Renaissance. To make sure that our country continues to develop and provide a better standard of living for everyone, we need a well-educated populace. Since 1994, enormous changes in educational policies, as well as practices, have occurred. These changes attempt to provide a responsive and relevant education system for South Africa. The School of Education is deeply committed to this ambitious Education Project and sets out “to make a difference.” Pre-service, in-service and post-graduate programmes are available in the School of Education : Teaching Certificates and Degrees at university of Limpopo Advanced Certificate in Education – Mathematics (ACEM) Advanced Certificate in Education – Science (ACES) Advanced Certificate in Education – Grade R (ACEGR) Advanced Certificate in Education – Learners with Barriers to Learning and Education – Remedial Education (ACERE) Advanced Certificate in Adult Basic Education and Training (ACEABE) Advanced Certificate in Education – Life Orientation (ACELO) Advanced Certificate in Education – Integrating Values and Human Rights in Education (ACEHRE) Post Graduate Certificate In Education (PGCE) Bachelor of Education Senior Phase and FET (BEDSPF) Post graduate Teaching degrees Bachelor of […]
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Teaching Courses at Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) – Admission Requirements The School of Education at TUT provides studies in aspects of education that are implicated in the Education, Training and Development through its four Departments, namely Educational Foundation, with focus on the fundamentals of education, training and development of theories related to educational studies, including the management, general didactic theories and work integrated learning; Primary Education, with focus on general education and training development as the primary building block for schools; Mathematics, Science and Business Education, with focus on Mathematics, Sciences and Commercial and Business studies in education; and Technology and Vocational Education, with the focus on Technology, Computer Sciences and Vocational Education. BACHELOR OF EDUCATION HONOURS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT AND GENERAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING Qualification code: BHEG70 – NQF Level 8 (120 credits) This qualification is managed by the Department of Primary Education. Admission requirements Four-year professional teaching degree or an appropriate Bachelor’s degree and a recognised professional teaching qualification or a four year professional teaching qualification as well as an Advanced Diploma in a cognate subfield of Education. Admission is subject to selection. A personal interview with authorised academic(s) delegated by the Head of the School. […]
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Human Resource Managemen Postgraduate Diploma Course at UKZN The School of Management, Information Technology and Governance at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) offers the Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resource Management in its Westville Campus. This programme creates a unique learning opportunity where learners not only learn content, but share their real life experiences with fellow mature students. The programme provides an alternative access mostly to people that are employed and who cannot study during working hours. It is a flexible programme with opportunities to interact with the lecturers on a frequent basis. The Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resource Management is designed to prepare students for the effective management of human resources (HR) and industrial relations (IR). The programme offers a truly innovative framework that examines the traditional functional HR and IR areas from a strategic perspective. The programme adopts a dual approach, which initially provides students with a theoretical framework of strategic human resource management and industrial relations and thereafter, it examines the actual practice and implementation of strategic HR and IR through a discussion of case studies. Both the integrative framework and the actual practice simulated through case studies distinguish the programme from what is currently on the market. […]
Food Science Honours Degree from University of Pretoria Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences Minimum duration of study: 1 year Total credits: 135 Programme information Renewal of registration Subject to exceptions approved by the Dean, on the recommendation of the head of department, and in the case of distance education where the Dean formulates the stipulations that will apply, a student may not sit for an examination for the honours degree more than twice in the same module. A student for an honours degree must complete his or her study, in the case of full-time students, within two years and, in the case of after-hours students, within three years of first registering for the degree and, in the case of distance education students, within the period stipulated by the Dean. Under special circumstances, the Dean, on the recommendation of the head of department, may give approval for a limited extension of this period. In calculating marks, General Regulation G.12.2 applies. Apart from the prescribed coursework, a research project is an integral part of the study. Admission requirements A BSc in Food Science degree with a pass mark of at least 60%. A candidate with another, applicable academic background can be […]
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Food Technology Diploma Course from Cape Peninsula University of Technology ND: (National Diploma) Food technology is the scientific study of the large-scale production and preservation of foods as well as the development and analysis of foodstuffs in industrial food processing facilities. Food technologists are involved in the following areas of food manufacture: quality assurance, processing technology, chemistry and microbiology. In addition, they are trained to ensure that both legal and industrial food standards are monitored and maintained prior to marketing. They are also part of research teams and have to solve technical problems when raw materials are converted to preserved foods in factories.Training takes place in modern, on-campus food processing facilities and well-equipped laboratories with motivated and well-qualified staff having a wealth of industrial and teaching experience. This facilitates the training of analytically-orientated graduates for a role in the development, production and analysis of better, safer, nutritious and more satisfying food products. Career Opportunities in Food Technology With population growth, new scientific and technological challenges present themselves daily in a career that can lead to rich rewards and excellent job opportunities, for both men and women.Graduates apply proven techniques and procedures to the production, analysis, development and packaging of safe, […]
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Leadership and Management Postgraduate Course at UKZN About the Leadership Postgraduate Course at UKZN The programme is ideally suited for working professionals in organisational leadership positions, who are required to work in the dynamic complex environment of contemporary Africa and its transition agenda. The programme is aligned with the School’s mission to create African Business Leaders through fostering and facilitating the economic development of our country and our continent. It also supports the School’s vision of promoting excellence in the field of management studies congruent with the needs of business, industry, commerce and government in order to enable our students to compete favourably and equitably on local, national and international job markets. The programme aims to develop students academically and professionally so that they can make a positive contribution to the South African economy and the continent’s prosperity. The programme will also serve as a bridging programme to the Masters of Commerce in Leadership studies and related management fields. Programme teaching method The programme is offered over a two-year period on a part-time, block release method. Students are required to attend a full week (8h00 – 16h00) per module. Four modules are to be completed in Year 1 and three […]
Apply for B Nursing Undergraduate Degree Course at UKZN. By enrolling for the Bachelor of Nursing degree at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, you can make a difference to your society and your country. South Africa is in a challenging and exciting era, and the changes that will occur involve all spheres of the society – including the health system. You can form an integral part of this dynamic process! B Nursing is a 4 year degree in Nursing Science which will enable you to register with the South African Nursing Council, as a General Nurse, midwife, psychiatric nurse and community health nurse. On graduation you can work in a hospital, but also in a clinic, or a hospice, or a ship, or in specialised units such as Critical Care. You can also follow a research career, or study further to obtain a Masters or a Doctoral degree. Why Study Nursing at University of Kwazulu Natal (UKZN) The unique and very exciting nature of this programme can be seen in three ways. First, there is a strong emphasis on Primary Health Care. This implies that you, the student, move away from the traditional hospital-based training to an active hands-on involvement in […]
BA in Nursing Science Course from Unisa (Distance Learning) – Admission Requirements and Course Modules
Students must, with every registration for the BA (CUR), submit their Annual Practising Certificate (issued by the South African Nursing Council (SANC) or Nursing Authority in the relevant country), indicating registration as a general nurse. Neither an enrolled nurse, nor an auxiliary nurse may register for this qualification. This qualification will be presented via distance learning mode. Who can register? Applicants may only register once they have received confirmation from Unisa that their application for admission has been accepted. Unisa reserves the right to not process and / or to cancel your registration if it is found that you were incorrectly admitted to a qualification. Re-registering students may register for the 2018 academic year once the registration period opens. Please note: Should you wish to start a new qualification, please apply for the alternative qualification during the next application period. All communication sent to you after the initial study package (with the exception of study guides) will be sent electronically to your myLife e-mail account (eg follow-up tutorial letters, examination timetables and results, financial statements). You will no longer receive such communication in printed format. How to choose your modules Each Unisa qualification is structured in such a way that you need to pass […]
The Bachelor of Nursing degree is a four year honors’ equivalent degree which prepares nursing professionals for nursing and midwifery practice. The degree programme includes theoretical study at the Braamfontein and medical school campuses and clinical training at university affiliate hospitals, community clinics and special areas such as specialist units in hospitals and the health care train. Nursing courses commence in the first year with correlated periods of community based learning activities and in the second semester, hospital-based clinical practice. These become incremental over the next four years of the degree. The curriculum includes a core of knowledge in the biological, natural, physical and social sciences as well as the theory and practice of nursing science. A strong emphasis on the sciences is a characteristic of a Wits Bachelor’s degree in Nursing. Admission Requirements to Bachelor of Nursing at Wits The Faculty of Health Sciences does not calculate an APS score. Only five subjects are used to derive a matriculation score, which is calculated according to the percentage obtained NOT symbols. These are English, Maths, Physical Science/Life Sciences and the best two other subjects. The National Senior Certificate (NSC) is the current school-leaving qualification. It is based on the current […]
The LLB is the first professional qualification for legal practitioners and provides qualifiers with the necessary theoretical knowledge and practical skills to gain entry into the formal legal profession (eg attorneys/advocates), or to follow other careers in law. Introduction to University of Pretoria Law Undergraduate programmes The Faculty of Law at the University of Pretoria on undergraduate level offers the LLB programme. This programme equips students for the legal profession and various other fields. The LLB is the basic requirement for entrance to the legal profession. After secondary schooling, students who qualify may immediately enrol for an LLB, or may register for the LLB after completing a BCom (Law) or BA (Law) or any other degree. In the first year students are given a basic introduction to the South African legal system. Emphasis is placed on the development of skills, especially language skills and computer literacy. Students also enrol for additional non-law subjects to ensure that they are exposed to a wide range of subjects. During the following three years, all of the core aspects of the law are covered. The Faculty of Law prides itself on its thorough foundation in commercial law, which is of obvious importance to those […]
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Welcome to the Adobe InDesign course! This course aims to equip you with the digital skills to successfully use the fundamental components of Adobe InDesign. This course is best suited to those who are wanting to get to grips with the latest InDesign practices if their knowledge is outdated or for those who are needing to acquire layout skills in order to design and develop marketing material or promotional material for their own business or for the design needs of other businesses. It’s also a great skill for those wanting to develop magazines or even online publications. ENQUIRE NOW and get free info pack!
Welcome to the Adobe Photoshop course! This course aims to equip you with the digital skills to successfully use the fundamental components of Adobe Photoshop. This course is ideal for those whose current Photoshop knowledge may be outdated and are wanting to get with the programme! This course is also great for those who are wanting the essential skills for photo editing and manipulating or even digital content creation for social media. Course Fees for Adobe Photoshop Course: Online Short Course R 6,500 ENQUIRE NOW and get free info pack!
Welcome to Introduction to Bookkeeping Online Short Course. By the end of this course you should be competent in the following: Define the role of a Bookkeeping professional and the role that it entails Develop a journals and ledger process Compile a required statutory documentation for VAT purposes as well as payroll functions Construct a pre-adjusted and post adjusted trial balances Apply and perform reconciliation which are all part of the process to balance books Course code: CERT_ONLINE_ADOPHO, DURATION: 10 Modules / 10 Weeks Bookkeeping Course Fees R 8,500 ENQUIRE NOW and get free info pack!
This qualification offers a combination of theory and practice in the area of supply chain management. The qualification aims to develop an integrated conceptual understanding, synthesis and application of specific issues in supply chain management. The qualification will develop management and planning skills, and provide participants with knowledge of economics. The purpose of this qualification is to equip students with a sound fundamental knowledge base and basic skills regarding supply chain management. The HCert (Supply Chain Management) is aimed at equipping first-line managers with the knowledge and skills required to fulfil their management role within the supply chain. This includes the disciplines of warehousing, transport, inventory, materials management and purchasing. The qualification has relevance for students who engage in processes across the supply chain so as to create sustainable value for organisations.
Why this course is perfect for you? Logistics Management improves the efficiency of each department within a business by streamlining its operations and costs and therefore increasing its profitability. The programme in Strategic Logistics Management covers all aspects of strategic logistics management: From theories to strategies and operational guidelines, emphasising the impact of this discipline on customer service, transportation, warehousing, order processing, purchasing, importing and exporting. Careers you’d be great at Learners could pursue a career as a: Strategic Logistic Supervisor Strategic Logistic Manager How to get in? Learners are required to have knowledge, comprehension and application of English and Mathematics at Grade 12 or equivalent Relevant strategic logistics management experience would be an advantage i.e. in an occupation in which they will practice these Transport, Operations and Logistics competences. Time you will spend on the course The programme duration is 68 hours and the tuition is face-to-face. Each Damelin campus has a different tuition schedule. Programmes are offered during the week, in the evenings, or on Saturdays. Course content and modules The following outcomes will be achieved in this programme: Logistic roles in the economy and company Supply chain management Customer service Financial impact of inventory Inventory management Managing material flow […]
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There is an urgent need for qualified pre and junior primary school teachers in Namibia. Enrolment in early childhood education has suddenly increased and this increase is mainly due to the government initiative to help make public education accessible to all by abolishing school fees as well as a strategic emphasis by the Namibian Government to increase learner access to education opportunities. Though the initiative is a step in the right direction, it has stressed the education system. Today there are large inequalities in educational access between rural and urban areas and a pupil-to-teacher ratio that exceeds 40:1 in some rural areas. Overall, The Ministry of Education estimates that another 5000 teachers must be trained to reach universal primary education by 2030. Early childhood education is a vital investment for the country’s future, setting an early foundation for life-long learning for early childhood school teachers help to give young learners the best possible start in life. They inspire young learners through learning and they have a greater opportunity to relate well with learners and their parents. The students studying the International University of Management Diploma in Education (Pre and Junior Primary) will be actively involved in their learning and development. […]
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Civil Engineering focuses on planning, designing and maintenance and management of projects to do with the construction of roads, buildings, airports, tunnels, dams, bridges and water supply and sewage systems. Qualification: BSc (Eng) School: Civil and Environmental Engineering Faculty: Engineering and the Built Environment Duration: 4 years Study mode: Full-time Civil Engineering Programme overview A primary focus for civil engineers is the planning, design, construction, operation and maintenance of physical infrastructure – facilities that include water and waste management; transportation and communications; structures and public buildings. These provide for all people’s basic needs, as well as providing a platform for economic growth and are needed by people regardless of their level of economic development. The Bachelor of Science in Engineering – Civil Engineering (BScEng Civil) is a 4 year professional degree. In the first two years of study, the focus is on the development of competencies in mathematics, science, computing, communication and engineering design/problem - solving. Courses in the latter two years include geotechnical engineering, hydrology, hydraulics and infrastructure planning and management, structural engineering and construction materials. As developmental and environmental concerns make new demands and raise new challenges for our society, the demand for high level civil engineering skills increases. The University’s undergraduate engineering […]
The course is structured to provide career-oriented education in order to prepare students for employment in the agricultural sector. The aim of the course is to train students in the latest agricultural techniques within the context of a specific specialisation field (fruit production; agronomy; viticulture; oenology or livestock production). The purpose of this programme is to provide industry with agricultural and extension practitioners that are able to apply technical knowledge, practical competencies and appropriate extension and scientific communication skills in operating agricultural production units effectively as part of a production and/or advisory team. Graduates will be able to define, conceptualise and develop basic solutions for problems of limited complexity relating to agricultural production systems and human relations. Career Opportunities in Agriculture Graduates follow career paths in agricultural research, extension, quality control, production and marketing. All of these are applicable in a wide variety of farming, research, agricultural input and marketing industries. Admission requirements for Diploma in Agriculture Undergraduates For all Certificate, Diploma and National Diploma applications, consult the General admission requirements. General admission requirements Some courses require students to submit additional information as part of their application. Additional admission requirements Postgraduates For all Bachelors, Honours, Masters and Doctorate applications, consult the Postgraduate […]
Purpose and characteristics of the programme This qualification is primarily designed to provide a well-rounded, broad education that equips graduates with the knowledge base, theory and methodology of life and environmental sciences. The purpose of the BSc Life and Environmental Sciences is to develop qualified scientists who can identify, evaluate and solve problems associated with life, earth and environmental sciences and be able to assume and demonstrate initiative and responsibility in related academic and professional contexts in South Africa as well as in the international world. With the focus of the programme being on the principles and theory of the life and environmental sciences with the possible applications thereof, the students acquire the appropriate competence and research ability that serves as a basis for entry into the labour market and a range of professional training and practice as well as postgraduate studies opportunities. Exit level outcomes, students should be able to: Identify, interpret, analyse and solve routine as well as unfamiliar problems and issues using enquiry and theory-driven arguments. Demonstrate effectiveness in working with others in a team by taking responsibility for their own work and showing regard for the work of others. Identify, evaluate and address their own task-specific […]