With the emergence of the new media age and the rapid shift to the 4th industrial revolution, the need for professionals to stay relevant in the workplace has become vital for future-focussed individuals and organisations.
It is with this aim that leading media and creative arts college CityVarsity has incorporated a range of Short Learning Programmes into its curriculum. CityVarsity’s Short Learning Programmes have been designed by industry experts to provide professionals with a competitive advantage to succeed in their creative career. These programmes are offered at CityVarsity’s Johannesburg and Cape Town campuses.
The portfolio of professional programmes include Scriptwriting, Camerawork & Lighting, Video Production, Digital Video Editing, After Effects & Compositing, Directing, Graphic Design for Digital Media, Fundamentals of Web Design.
According to David Maclean, Head of CityVarsity, the brand has developed these programmes to support professionals learn the newest skills and developments in the creative media arts and technology industry.
“The CityVarsity Short Learning Programmes are ideal for those wanting to update their skills and add an extra edge to their CV to qualify for a promotion or new job. We are excited about our diverse portfolio of programmes and the opportunity for our students to collaborate and network with fellow professionals from many creative arenas,” he said.
The Short Learning Programmes are structured for flexible part-time study to allow professionals to work while they enhance their knowledge and skill.
David added, “ The CityVarsity student benefits from support from commencement to completion of their programme. We have a dedicated academic adviser to make the professional’s journey a challenging and successful experience. The academic adviser is a professional who forms part of Educor’s Academic Advising Centre. The academic adviser is a skilled subject matter expert who is dedicated to the student throughout the duration of their programme to provide guidance and assistance wherever the student may require help.
CityVarsity also offers creatives a range of Higher Certificates, Diplomas and Degrees across nine faculties within creative media arts and technology disciplines.
Established in 1996, the brand is registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) as a Private Higher Education Institution under the Higher Education Act and is accredited by the Council on Higher Education (CHE).
For more information on CityVarsity’s Short Learning Programmes or other offerings, contact 011 242 6360 (JHB), 021 466 6800 (CPT) or visit www.cityvarsity.co.za