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Diploma in Information and Communications Technology

1 or 2 Years

The course is designed to equip the trainee with knowledge , skills and attitudes to perform system operations, System analysis, design and development, besides performing network system and support duties and to enhance the opportunities for further ICT education for those who already possess basic qualifications and are in need of higher qualifications in ICT

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Video Editing

1 year Max

Video Editing

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Radio Production & T.V Presentation

1 year Max

Radio Production & T.V Presentation

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Mass Communication

1 or 2 Years

The Diploma in Mass Communication (MCM) offers a robust and comprehensive curriculum ranging from print, online and broadcast journalism, to advertising, public relations, radio, TV and social media.

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Digital and Print Journalism

1 or 2 Years

The National Diploma in Journalism (Multi-media) is the pre-workplace qualification for
employment in professional journalism. Holders of this qualification are recognised by
industry as having the newsroom entry level skills necessary to work in their chosen area of specialisation, which may be magazine, newspaper, radio, television, or internet.

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Introduction to Sociology

2M

Introduction to Sociology

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Human Resource Management

1 Y

Human Resource Management

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Foundations of Psychology

1M

Foundations of Psychology

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Introduction to Events Management

3M 2H

Introduction to Events Management

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Great Customer Service Skills

£150.00£180.00
1 Y

Great Customer Service Skills

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Leadership, Management & Business skills

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Leadership, Management & Business skills

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Business Administration & Management

1 or 2 Years

The successful business administrator must be an effective leader, communicator and problem solver; one who can integrate rapidly emerging technology with diverse business functions such as accounting, marketing, and human resource management. Students in the Business Administration (General) program will develop interpersonal and organizational skills. They will use the latest computer technology in business decision making and learn practical skills which will help them to be productive members of the workforce. Graduates can expect to build on this solid base during their entire business career.