Teacher / Assessor

  Level: Diploma

Duration: One year full time
Starting: 2018/02/05 to 2018/12/14
Time: Monday to Friday

  Costing:

Deposit: R 5000.00 which is payable on enrolment.
The balance is payable over 10 months at a rate of R 1600.00 per month.

* This includes the tuition fee, learning material and kit

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  Course Objectives:

This is an advanced diploma course whereby the learner will do their experiential learning hours in order to qualify for the assessors / trainer course.

The course will include the assessors programme as well as the moderation of the assessor during their programme.

  Entrance requirements:

Learners would need to have a pre-requisite of the qualification that they intend lecturing.

Learners need to contact the academy to book an enrolment interview with the registrar where all the courses and procedures will be explained to the learner and their sponsor. On-line enrolments can also be accepted.

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