Face to Face Short Courses
At Chartall Business College we know that not everyone wants to commit to registering for a full qualification. Sometimes a short course is enough to build confidence and learn the skills needed to cope with a new job or promotion without adding too much pressure.
The short courses at Chartall Business College have been designed to be either formally assessed (and therefore credit-bearing) or not formally assessed. Either option will give graduating learners a certificate – but the formally assessed certificate will be linked to unit standards, and these achievements will be registered with the Industry Sector Education & Training Authority (SETA).
Our short courses are delivered by industry practitioners and are designed to be practical, thought-provoking and relevant.
Whether learners select the formally-assessed or purely-for-the-skills training option, they will benefit from the Chartall Business College blended training approach – which incorporates face-to-face training, shorter practical tutorials, on-line revision sessions, on-line and email support and online resources.
Note: money spent on short courses can earn points on the BBBEE scorecard for skills development. In fact, large companies can claim up to 15% of their short course training costs when calculating their skills development BBBEE points.
The blended training option allows for a combination of online learning and live-time sessions with an e-facilitator or in a face-to-face setting. These will be run for group sizes of 10 or more learners.