What do you want to study?
Computing courses are designed to give you a firm understanding of basic computer skills.
Want to learn how a construction project works? Further your knowledge of construction structures.
Contact centre courses prepare you for your future career working at a contact centre and in customer service
Cooking courses involve learning the basic cooking skills needed to begin a career path in the culinary world.
The fundamental goal of Counselling is to enhance the psychological wellbeing of the client.
Craft courses will give you an overview of artistic capabilities in art and craft skills.
Criminology is the study of the nature, extent, causes and consequences of crime.
Culinary Arts courses at tertiary level relate to the professional cookery aspect of the hospitality industry. Generally speaking, you will lean the basic skills you will need to begin your career as a chef, baker, or commercial caterer.
Dance is the study of both the practical and theoretical elements of dance. Areas of study include ballet, jazz and contemporary techniques as well as dance education, drama and choreography.
Deaf Studies is the study of the language, community, and cultural experiences of Deaf people.
Defence Studies is concerned with teaching the skills and vision required to enter into a defence and security-related career.
A Dental Technician is the person in a dental team who custom makes the restorative appliances for patients. This includes crowns, implants, dentures and mouthguards.
Dentistry is the branch of medicine that is concerned with the study, diagnosis and treatment of oral diseases.
Development Studies is the area of social science that deals with the issues and challenges facing developing countries and communities.
Digital Media Design looks at the different ways people interact with one another using digital technology.