Start your career with a computer course

2017-03-09 06:01
PHOTO: suppliedGovernment councillors being trained by Shahen Singh.

PHOTO: suppliedGovernment councillors being trained by Shahen Singh.

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A QUALIFICATION from Computer College SA will kick-start your career life.

Computer College SA is a training institution that will help achieve your career goals by studying towards programmes in Information Technology, Executive Secretarial Studies, End User Computing, Banking Studies and Retail Cashier Studies.

The 1 Year National Certificate in End User Computing is accredited by the Media Information and Communication – Sector Education Training Authority (Mict-seta) and is offered both full and part time.

The programme covers all aspects of office computing and is complimented with administrative studies as well.

The course fee is affordable with low monthly payments.

It is an excellent programme with a high success rate.

The importance of computer skills in the work place is crucial in this day and age.

Computers are indispensible tools and anyone seeking employment must have IT skills.

Failure to understand and know how to use computers proficiently will undoubtedly prevent you from securing good job pros- pects. Computer College South Africa also offers short computer courses with evening and Saturday classes for working adults.

The campus is fully equipped with computer labs and internet e- learning facilities – with good teaching staff that are proficient and friendly.

You will certainly experience a very fulfilling learning journey and will be happy that you chose to study with Computer College SA.

Computer College SA has a wealth of experience in education and has recently trained government councillors and members of the corporate world.

Call the Port Shepstone campus on 039 682 3133 for a free career brochure and start your life’s journey towards success.

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