Skills programmes are designed to address the skills gap and enable continuous learning through the a​ttainment of both theoretical and practical knowledge.  As a Skills Programme is conducted against registered Unit Standards, this means that on successful completion of the Skills Programme, Learners obtain formal recognition for the Unit Standard(s), in line with the courses undertaken.

The training programme for a Skills Programme must include a workplace component and therefore Skills programmes are ideal for individuals already in employment or that have been employed before. The accumulation of credit-bearing Skills Programmes may lead to or contribute towards a full qualification.

  • Supply Chain Management
  • Professional Driving.
  • New Venture Creation (SMME)