Academy Training Group

Registration Number

2010/FE07/045

Academy Training Group (ATG) is registered with Department of Higher Education (DHET) with registration nr 2010/FE07/045.

Their objective is to provide practical training and knowledge for a professional level of competency. 

Full-time lecturers at Academy Training Group are well qualified and hold relevant qualifications.

Part-time lecturers assist Academy Training Group as required.

ATG’s bespoken training courses are designed to deliver maximum benefits in the key areas of today’s business world.

We are motivated by the continuity of our relationships with our school leaver students and corporate clients.

We are also well known for providing on-site development programmes and coaching for line managers.

Qualifications offered
  • National Certificate: IT: End-User Computing (Level 3)
  • National Certificate: Bookkeeping (Level 3)
  • FET Certificate: Bookkeeping (Level 3)

Fees:

Consult the website for information regarding fees.

Applications:

Applications may be done online via the website or application forms may be collected from the campus.

Delivery Method
Contact
Type of education institution
Private College
Qualification Types
FET Certificate
National Certificate

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