Department of Higher Education and Training No: 2008/FE07/108 ( .education.gov.za)
Umalusi, Council for Quality Assurance in General Education and Further Education and Training, FET 001181PA ( .umalusi.org.za)
ISETT SETA No: ACC/01 000 618 ( .isettseta.org.za)
FASSET Provider Code: 1314
Institute of Certified Bookkeepers (ICB) No: 475/2009 ( .icb.org.za)
Gauteng Department of Education Examination Centre: 08999908804 (Pretoria) 08999908807 (Johannesburg) 599995556 (Durban) 499990443(East London)
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Your career in Information Technology, Business, Hospitality and Engineering begins here. Academy provides good quality education in computers and business which enables its graduates to make meaningful and individual contribution to the organisations they are placed, thereby adding value to the economy.
In 1998, the Directors saw a need for good quality education in computers and business, particularly among people from previously disadvantaged communities. It was with this vision in mind that Academy of business and computer studies was born, and the first campus was established in Johannesburg. Other campuses were established in Durban and Pretoria. All in all, Academy is a dynamic, multi-campus, equal opportunity private institution providing tertiary education in computers and business at FET (Further Education and Training) level.
Creating job creators rather than job seekers through the provision of affordable, quality and empowering business and computer education and skills, using outcomes-based training programmes.
OUR GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
Providing affordable and quality computer and business training
Bridging the gap between theoretical computer/business knowledge and practical experience in the world of work
Pursuing rigorous research in the labour market to ensure that our teaching programmes remain relevant to the priorities of employers. This would go a long way towards supplementing government's efforts of alleviating unemployment.
Promoting students' business and self-reliance by imparting project planning and implementation skills; this empowers students with the necessary skills to conceive their own business enterprises, thereby becoming job creators
Taking services closer to previously-disadvantaged people
Training employed personnel in order to refresh, advance or upgrade their skills
Providing consultancy services and specially designed courses to different organisations
Plot 217 Pine street, Cnr 35 Mark lane 1st Floor Kenilworth House
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