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Beat The Rush

Gift yourself some
professional development
this Christmas!

The public is invited to choose from an array of Stand Alone Courses scheduled to commence in January 2023. Participants are guaranteed to receive a Stand Alone Certificate upon successful completion of each course. Courses are only 15 weeks in duration.

So whether you are interested in academics or technical skills, browse our list below for the course that is right for you! Depending on the nature of the course, you may be able to pursue your course from the comfort of your home.

Applications close Friday, January 6 2023. Classes start on Monday, January 9th.


Registration fees are payable
throughout December;

  • Theory Courses EC$382.00
  • Science Courses EC$432.00
  • TVET Courses EC$627.00
    (additional cost for consumables may apply)

Available Courses

    Digital Humanities

  • Fundamentals of Graphic Design

    DIG106 Digital Humanities Online Theory Course

    In this course, learners are taught to apply the sound principles of design and composition as they engage in the creation of digital imagery for a range of purposes — television, print, the online web, etc.

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    Pre-requisites

    • A pass in CSEC Information Technology or a background in Visual Arts.

    Special Requirements

  • Creative Writing

    No Code Digital Humanities Online Theory Course

    Pre-requisites

    • Basic literary skills.
  • Professional and Lifelong Learning

  • Electrical Installation I

    ELE215 Lifelong Learning Blended (Morne Campus) TVET Course

    Intended for persons interested in learning domestic electrical installation. Other than basic Math and English skills, there are no requirements for this course.

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    Pre-requisites

    • Numeracy & Literacy Skills

    Special Requirements

    • A laptop / computer and access to the internet.
  • Electrical Installation II

    ELE216 Lifelong Learning Blended (Morne Campus) TVET Course

    This course builds upon the theory and practicals taught in Electrical Installation I (ELE215). As such, that course is a pre-requisite. The same requirements apply.

  • Refrigeration Technology I

    RAC103 Lifelong Learning Blended (Morne Campus) TVET Course

    Participants of this course will become acquainted with the necessary technologies responsible for refrigeration and air conditioning systems.

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    Pre-requisites

    • Numeracy & Literacy Skills

    Special Requirements

    • A laptop / computer and access to the internet.
  • Refrigeration Technology II

    RAC104 Lifelong Learning Blended (Morne Campus) TVET Course

    This course builds upon the theory and practicals taught in Refrigeration Technology I (RAC103). As such, that course is a pre-requisite. The same requirements apply.

  • Wall & Floor Tiling Theory & Practice I

    EBL101 Lifelong Learning Blended (Morne Campus) TVET Course

    This course assists persons wishing to acquire skills in tiling, providing the necessary theoretical and practical knowledge to produce quality tiling work.

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    Pre-requisites

    • Numeracy & Literacy Skills

    Special Requirements

    • A laptop / computer and access to the internet.
  • Computer Applications

    CIT101 Lifelong Learning Blended Science Course

    This course is an introduction to the fundamental features of The Microsoft Office 365 Suite of applications.

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    Pre-requisites

    • A pass in CSEC English Language.

    Special Requirements

    • A laptop / computer and access to the internet.
  • Police Supervision

    CRM206 Lifelong Learning Blended (Morne or South Campus) Theory Course

    This course deals with the fundamentals of supervision as applied to police operations, including techniques to provide effective leadership, discipline, training, and communications within the supervisor’s area of responsibility.

    Special Requirements

    • A laptop / computer and access to the internet.
  • Juvenile Delinquency

    CRM207 Lifelong Learning Blended (Morne or South Campus) Theory Course

    An examination of the history and origins of the juvenile justice system, including its organization, functions, and jurisdiction. This course also covers the processing, detention and treatment of juvenile offenders.

    Special Requirements

    • A laptop / computer and access to the internet.
  • Probation & Parole

    CRM309 Lifelong Learning Blended (Morne or South Campus) Theory Course

    This course focuses on two important components of the correctional system that are frequently used as alternatives to the incarceration of offenders. Students are introduced to the historical development of these systems, as well as to their legal aspects, theories and impact on the justice system at large.

    Special Requirements

    • A laptop / computer and access to the internet.
  • Police Organisation & Management

    CRM205 Lifelong Learning Blended (Morne or South Campus) Theory Course

    This course studies the administrative and management principles applied to law enforcement and public safety agencies. These comprise policy and procedures, regulations, deployment, coordination of activity, and procedural planning. The course also touches upon innovations in policing, such as community policing, directed patrol methods, hot spots and zero tolerance policies.

    Special Requirements

    • A laptop / computer and access to the internet.
  • Principles of Financial Accounting

    ACC113 Lifelong Learning Blended Theory Course

    Practitioners will develop a theoretical and practical understanding of Accounting fundamentals, as well as become familiar with the accounting cycle

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    Pre-requisites

    • A pass in CSEC Mathematics.

    Special Requirements

    • A laptop / computer and access to the internet.
  • Pre-College

  • Fundamentals of Biology I — The Basic Building Blocks of Life

    BIO103 Pre-College Face to Face (Morne Campus) Science Course

    This rigorous introductory course is aimed at those with limited or no knowledge of Biology. It allows one to develop a keen interest in living organisms and their environment, on the basis of practical and theoretical information. An in depth look at the basic building blocks for living and non-living elements will be used as a foundation for understanding the characteristics of life.

    Special Requirements

    • Access to Science Lab.
  • Fundamentals of Biology II — The Essentials of Life

    BIO104 Pre-College Face to Face (Morne Campus) Science Course

    An in depth introduction to the characteristics of life, which include respiration, excretion, sensitivity, movement, growth and reproduction. A comparison between transport systems of animal and plant cells and mechanisms required to regulate an organism's internal environment and growth and development by hormonal and environmental factors are discussed. It explores the need to critically think, self-assess one’s social and ethical responsibility from a biological perspective.

    Pre-requisites

    • Fundamentals of Biology I (BIO103)

    Special Requirements

    • Access to Science Lab.
  • Fundamentals in Chemistry I

    CHM002 Pre-College Face to Face (Morne Campus) Science Course

    A course is designed for learners with little or no knowledge of Chemistry. The Fundamentals of Chemistry I is an introduction to measurement and calculations, matter, atomic theory, the periodic table of elements, and chemical bonding and structure, among other foundational concepts.

    Special Requirements

    • Access to Science Lab.
  • Fundamentals in Chemistry II

    CHM003 Pre-College Face to Face (Morne Campus) Science Course

    Tailored for learners arriving from Fundamentals of Chemistry I, eager to expand their knowledge in the field. This course covers stoichiometry, chemical equations, periodicity, redox reactions, electrochemistry, and chemical kinetics and energetics.

    Pre-requisites

    • Fundamentals in Chemistry I (CHM002)

    Special Requirements

    • Access to Science Lab.
  • Fundamentals in Chemistry III

    CHM004 Pre-College Face to Face (Morne Campus) Science Course

    Pre-requisites

    • Fundamentals in Chemistry I (CHM002)
    • Fundamentals in Chemistry II (CHM003)

    Special Requirements

    • Access to Science Lab.
  • Foundations for College Mathematics I

    MAT003 Pre-College Face to Face (Morne Campus) Science Course

    This course reviews basic mathematics skills including operations on integers, fractions, decimals, percentages, ratios and proportions along with concepts of number theory. Fundamental skills in basic algebra will also be developed.

  • Foundations for College Mathematics II

    MAT004 Pre-College Face to Face (Morne Campus) Science Course

    This course will allow students to identify different types of functions, and will emphasise various concepts related to linear and quadratic functions. Students will learn how to use matrices to solve simultaneous equations, and will develop skills for solving equations involving indices and logarithms.

    Pre-requisites

    • Foundations for College Mathematics I (MAT003)

    Special Requirements

    • Access to Science Lab.
  • Elementary Physics I

    PHY002 Pre-College Face to Face (Morne Campus) Science Course

    This course targets learners with little to no background in Physics, aiming to deliver foundational knowledge that cultivates a better understanding of the physical behaviour of our world. Learners are introduced to physical quantities, measurements, forces, the study of motion, energy and thermal physics.

    Special Requirements

    • Access to Science Lab.
  • Elementary Physics II

    PHY003 Pre-College Face to Face (Morne Campus) Science Course

    The follow-up to Elementary Physics I. This course assumes that the learner has grasped the basics Physics and covers topics at the intermediate level. The thermal properties of matter are explored in greater detail and new concepts are added to mix, including sound, light, waves, force fields, electricity and atomic physics.

    Pre-requisites

    • Elementary Physics I (PHY002)

    Special Requirements

    • Access to Science Lab.
  • Modern Languages

  • Functional Kwéyòl I

    MLL101 Modern Languages Online Theory Course

    Designed for those in desire of a basic proficiency in the Kwéyòl language. Participants are aided in developing listening, reading, speaking and writing skills, while fostering an appreciation for Kwéyòl and its culture.

  • Critical Reading and Writing

    COM115 Modern Languages Online Theory Course

    This course is designed primarily to meet the language and literacy needs of tertiary level students. It focuses on developing the critical reading and academic writing skills of students with a similar focus on writing Standard English through the explicit teaching of grammar. The critical reading module will allow students to develop higher order thinking skills.

    Pre-requisites

    • Grade I, II or III passes in CSEC English Language;
    • Passes in Communication Studies Access (COM001) and Reading & Writing Fundamentals (COM002).
  • Functional French I

    FRE116 Modern Languages Online Theory Course

    This is a course for learners who have no prior qualification or proficiency in French, as well as those wishing to gain a basic knowledge of and competence in the language. It will introduce the cultures of the French-speaking world and will allow learners to gain basic competency in the receptive and productive skills.

  • Functional French II

    FRE117 Modern Languages Online Theory Course

    This course improves learners’ ability to speak, write, listen and read in French. It is intended for learners who wish to use the French language to accomplish essential functions in everyday communication. Learners will also be expected to correctly use present, past, future and conditional present tenses, along with more complex vocabulary and grammar.

    Pre-requisites

    • Grade I, II or III passes in CSEC French;
    • Functional French I (FRE116).
  • Functional Spanish I

    SPA116 Modern Languages Online Theory Course

    This is a course for learners who have no prior qualification or proficiency in Spanish, as well as those wishing to gain a basic knowledge of and competence in the language. It will introduce the cultures of the Spanish-speaking world and will allow learners to gain basic competency in the receptive and productive skills.

  • Functional Spanish II

    SPA117 Modern Languages Online Theory Course

    This course improves learners’ ability to speak, write, listen and read in Spanish. It is intended for learners who wish to use the Spanish language to accomplish essential functions in everyday communication. Learners will also be expected to correctly use present, past, future and conditional present tenses, along with more complex vocabulary and grammar.

    Pre-requisites

    • Grade I, II or III passes in CSEC Spanish;
    • Functional Spanish I (SPA116).
  • Agri-entrepreneurship

  • Workplace Health and Safety in The Agricultural Environment

    AGR109 Agri-entrepreneurship Face to Face (SALCC Farm) Theory Course

  • Sustainable Tourism and Hospitality

  • Quality Customer Care

    HOS108 Sustainable Tourism Blended Theory Course

    This course aims to sensitize learners to the critical role that quality customer service plays in the success of any organization. Strategies and techniques designed to maintain and exceed customer expectations and thereby enhance customer value and build loyalty will be examined. The role of the service provider, the importance of attitude and professionalism as well as importance of delivering quality customer service consistently will also be examined.

  • Bar Operations

    FAB110 Sustainable Tourism Face to face Theory Course

    This course will introduce learners to techniques in the service of beverages. Beverage operations with emphasis on management and operational controls will be examined.

  • Wines and Spirits

    CAS207 Sustainable Tourism Face to face Theory Course

    This course will focus on wines, spirits, liqueurs and beers. Responsible service, regulations, marketing of products, production methods, and service of the product and regions of origin will be examined. This course also involves tasting sessions and field trips.

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