College SA Short Courses

What is a short course?

Short courses are normally 3-12 months long, and can cover virtually any subject or topic that you might want to study. A short course will typically focus on a specific aspect of a broader subject, or it will focus on developing a particular skill. Short courses do not lead to full qualifications, but are very useful for upgrading your skills, or acquiring certain new skills that will enable you to improve your performance in the workplace.


Reasons for studying a short course:

The potential benefits of studying a short course include the following:

  • It can help you to decide whether you might enjoy working in a particular field or not. It can also help you to decide whether you would like to pursue further studies in a particular subject, or whether you have the necessary aptitude for a specific field.
  • It is more cost-effective and less time-consuming to complete a short course than to complete a full qualification.
  • Short courses are ideal if you wish to complement your current qualifications by learning a new skill or gaining additional knowledge.
  • It can give you the edge that you need in order to secure a promotion or a new job.
  • It can help you to stay up to date with new trends, technological advancement, and other developments that have taken place in your line of work.


Short Courses at College SA:

College SA offers a wide range of short courses that cover some of the following topics:

  • Administration and Workplace Skillscollegeinfo-collegesa-short-courses-new-02
  • Bookkeeping and Accounting
  • Child Care
  • Hospitality
  • Sports and Fitness


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