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The public is invited to choose from an array of Stand Alone courses scheduled to commence in January 2022. Participants are guaranteed to receive a Stand Alone Certificate from SALCC, upon completion of each course. Whether you are interested in academic courses or TVET related courses, browse the list for the course that is just right for you. Depending on the nature of the course, you may be able to pursue your course from the comfort of your home.

Registration fees are payable in December.

theory courses

Theory
Courses

382
science courses

Science Courses

(Courses requiring labs) 432
tvet courses

TVET Courses

Tiling, Masonry, Electrical Installation 600

Application closes November 30th 2021.

Available Courses

DIG108

Audio-visual Production : Techniques & Strategies

This course covers aspects of digital audio video production for multimedia development. It provides in-depth understanding of theory as well as a practical approach to audio video production in the digital environment.

CSEC Information Technology
Students must possess or have access to a computer. Video Software; Adobe Premiere Adobe After Effects Da Vinci Resolve Shotcut Lightworks Express 4 Final Cut (Mac) Audio Software; Audacity Adobe Audition
BUS204

Business Law

CSEC English A or equivalent COM002 or equivalent
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
COM001

Communication Studies Access

This course will develop students’ abilities to write effective sentences, paragraphs and simple essays. It will include a review of grammar and syntax. The principles of unity, coherence and logical development will be addressed through practice in prewriting, writing and revision strategies. Students will employ a number of organizational patterns as they write paragraphs/essays over the course of the semester.

None
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
CIT101

Computer Applications

This course is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to use the fundamental features of the Microsoft Office Suite of Applications packages in a Windows Graphical User Interface (GUI) environment, to produce WORD documents, prepare automated spreadsheets with chart(s), create and manage simple relational databases, and create and present simple PowerPoint Presentations.

CSEC English A or equivalent
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
COM115

Critical Reading and Writing

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. The writing module will expose them to the rhetorical patterns of expository writing and guide them to construct logical arguments and counterarguments for argumentative/ persuasive writing. Ultimately the course will hone students’ literacy skills, similarly allowing them to appreciate the value of accurately documenting sources, thus respecting intellectual property.

CSEC English A or equivalent COM002 or equivalent
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
ELE215

Electrical Installation I

This Course is intended for persons who would like to learn the skill of domestic electrical installation. Participants need a basic understanding of Mathematics and English to pursue this course. There is no age limit or restriction to pursue this course.

Basic Mathematics English Language
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
ELE216

Electrical Installation II

Electrical Installation I
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
PHY002

Elementary Physics 1

None
Students must possess or have access to a computer. Course is open to both current and post-secondary school students.
PHY003

Elementary Physics 1

PHY002
Students must possess or have access to a computer. Course is open to both current and post-secondary school students.
MLL001

English as A Second Language

None
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
MAT003

Foundations for College Mathematics I

None
Audio Software; Audacity Adobe Audition Video Software; Adobe Premiere Adobe After Effects Da Vinci Resolve Shotcut Lightworks Hitfilm Express 4 Final Cut (Mac)
MAT004

Foundations for College Mathematics II

MAT003
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
FRE116

Functional French I

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.

None
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
FRE117

Functional French II

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.

CSEC III (French) FRE116
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
MLL101

Functional Kwéyòl I

The Functional Kwéyòl course is designed for learners who wish to gain basic proficiency in the Kwéyòl language. The course focuses on helping learners develop basic listening, reading, speaking and writing skills in the target language within the framework of multiple literacies. Learners will gain an appreciation for the Kwéyòl language and culture through exposure to its linguistic components in authentic contexts, thus facilitating basic communicative competence in Kwéyòl.

None
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
MLL102

Functional Mandarin I

This course aims to help learners with no prior Mandarin background to acquire basic Mandarin language skills for regular verbal communication. Learners should gain with regards to vocabulary, grammar knowledge and speaking confidence. Instructors employ a variety of methods – including listening exercises, dialogue practice, group discussion, role play and problem-solving.

None
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
MLL103

Functional Mandarin II

This course aims to ensure that learners maintain and further their Mandarin skills. Learners should experience gains in vocabulary, grammatical knowledge, and oral skills and confidence. Conversational practice will help learners to communicate effectively and appropriately in varied and practical daily situations.

MLL102
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
SPA116

Functional Spanish I

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.

None
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
SPA117

Functional Spanish II

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.

CSEC III (Spanish) SPA116
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
CHM002

Fundamentals in Chemistry I

None
Students must possess or have access to a computer. Course is open to both current and post secondary school students.
CHM003

Fundamentals in Chemistry II

CHM002
Students must possess or have access to a computer. Course is open to both current and post secondary school students.
CHM004

Fundamentals in Chemistry III

CHM003
Students must possess or have access to a computer. Course is open to both current and post secondary school students.
BIO003

Fundamentals of Biology I : The Basics for Building Blocks I

None
Students must possess or have access to a computer. Course is open to both current and post secondary school students.
BIO004

Fundamentals of Biology II : The Basics for Building Blocks II

BIO003
Students must possess or have access to a computer. Course is open to both current and post secondary school students.
DIG106

Fundamentals of Graphic Design

This course will explore the process and concepts associated with digital imaging from conceptualisation to output. Learners will apply sound principles of design and composition as they engage in the use of open-source software to create digital images for a range of purposes – web, television, print, fabric, etc.

CSEC Information Technology
Students must possess or have access to a computer. Software; Microsoft Office GIMP Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Inkscape
MGT108

Human Relations

This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of psychosocial and perceptual differences and to enable them to develop and to select appropriate strategies for problem-solving and decision-making. Its focus is to enhance productivity and professionalism through positive interaction with customers/clients, superiors, co-workers and others in the working environment.

None
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
CIT203

Intermediate Spreadsheets

CIT101
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
CIT207

Intermediate Databases

Students taking this course should have successfully completed at least the Database Component of the Computer Applications Course (CIT 101) course, and would have had some experience with a Relational Database Management Software package.

This course focuses on equipping the student with skills, at an advanced level, with regard to the intricacies and manipulation of data in the Database Management System and covers such aspects as building and modifying tables and forms, refining queries and custom reports, as well as defining relationships. Students will be exposed to utilizing the Web’s capabilities in a database environment and issues concerning database integrity and security features will also be dealt with. The course will be completed by equipping the student with database tools such that they can use ‘Add-ins’, use Simple Replication, run Macros using Controls, etc. Naturally, by the end of the course, the successful student will be able to integrate their database data with other applications, and specifically spreadsheets.

A student who has completed this Intermediate Database Course will be prepared to write the Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) examination, at the Expert Certification level.

CIT101
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
PSY101

Introduction to Psychology

This Level one course introduces students to selected basic concepts, ideas, principles, theories, and issues in psychology. It emphasizes understanding of the history and methods of Psychology. It explores human development; sensation and perception; motivation; and emotion processes. It also examines factors influencing these various processes and provides practical experiences in the application of psychological principles to aid students’ understanding human behaviour.

CSEC English A COM002 or equivalent
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
SOC101

Introduction to Sociology

This is an introductory course designed to make students appreciate the methods and perspectives sociologists use in studying social behaviour, social institutions and social change. Section one starts with a discussion on the scientific social sciences. Sociology as a discipline is defined by comparing it’s subject matter with the other social sciences followed by a discussion of the main theoretical approaches used by sociologists.

CSEC English A COM002 or equivalent
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
CIT108

Keyboarding Foundations

None
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
MAT105

Mathematics for Finance

This course is intended to provide students with an understanding of the fundamental principles of financial Mathematics. It will also provide the students with skills necessary to function in personal and business situations.

CSEC Mathematics or equivalent MAT004
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
MAT106

Mathematics for Business

This course introduces a variety of concepts as well as the fundamental elements of calculus, which are useful in dealing with certain areas in economics and marketing. It is designed to satisfy the mathematics requirement of the Management and Business Studies programme.

CSEC Mathematics or equivalent MAT004
Students must possess or have access to a computer.

Painting & Decorating

Numeracy and Literacy
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
PLB111

Plumbing Theory & Practice

This course is designed to provide trainees with the knowledge and skills to enable them to install sanitary appliances, water supply systems, waste systems, and drainage systems. To ensure achievement of the relevant competencies, trainees will participate in practical and theoretical activities including individual projects and field trips. On Completion of this course and with the relevant hours of field practice a successful candidate should be able to attain Level 1 CVQ certification.

Numeracy & Literacy
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
ACC113

Principals of Financial Accounting

The aim of this course is to provide a theoretical and practical understanding of the fundamental principles, concepts and processes applied over the accounting cycle in financial accounting leading to the preparation and analysis of some primary financial statements. It will also provide learners with an understanding of accounting for merchandise inventory.

CSEC English A or equivalent CSEC Mathematics or equivalent
Students must possess or have access to a computer. Course is open to both current and post secondary school students.
MGT101

Principals of Management

This course exposes participants to the basic concepts in management. It provides an overview of the management theory, micro and macroenvironment, and management in practice (planning, organizing, leading and controlling). Emphasis is placed on past and current research in the field of management.

CSEC English A or equivalent COM002
Students must possess or have access to a computer. Course is open to both current and post secondary school students.
HOS108

Quality Customer Care

None
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
RAC103

Refrigeration Technology I

In this course the students are presented with the technology associated with the refrigeration and air conditioning systems.

Numeracy & Literacy
Students must possess or have access to a computer. Course is open to both current and post secondary school students.
RAC104

Refrigeration Technology II

RAC103
Students must possess or have access to a computer. Course is open to both current and post secondary school students.
RAC105

Refrigeration Technology III

RAC104
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
AOA105

Shorthand 1B

This Course is a continuation of AOA 104, and therefore a completion of the complete theory of Pitmans 200 Shorthand. It provides the knowledge and skill necessary for further development and training to an employable level.

Shorthand 1A
Students must possess or have access to a computer. Course is open to both current and post secondary school students.

Tiling Theory & Practice

This course is designed to assist persons wishing to acquire skills in tiling. It is ideal for persons in general construction who are interested in internal and external decorative work, homeowners interested in Do-it-yourself DIY, teachers delivering the Caribbean Vocational Qualification (CVQ) level II in general construction and persons interested in developing knowledge, skills and attitudes required for the world of work in the area of tiling. The course will also provide the necessary theoretical and practical knowledge and skills to produce quality tiling work.

Numeracy & Literacy
Students must possess or have access to a computer. Course is open to both current and post secondary school students.
DIG211

Web Development I

This course aims to provide basic knowledge and skills required for planning, designing, and developing effective websites with a focus on the practical application of the technologies used in web development. It covers basic terminologies, tools, coding with HTML5 and JavaScript as well as enhancing web pages with the use of page layout techniques in Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). It also covers the basics of how to host a website on a selected web server.

CSEC Information Technology Portfolio of Work
Students must possess or have access to a computer.
DIG107

You and The Digital World

Numeracy and Literacy Basic competence with technology
Students must possess or have access to a computer. Course is open to both current and post secondary school students.
COM002

Reading & Writing Fundamentals

This course provides first year trade-oriented students learning experiences that enable them to develop competence in reading, writing, critical thinking and communicating using a second language communicative approach.

COM001
Students must possess or have access to a computer.

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