The following programmes are offered on the Distance Education mode of delivery:
ONLINE DIPLOMA IN RETAIL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (DPRB23)
The Department of Marketing, Supply Chain and Sport Management offers an industry-based, three-year, 360-credit Diploma in Retail Business Management offered online to currently employed applicants with 3 years of relevant experience within the retail industry.
This programme will equip an individual to manage a retail organisation or any division thereof from merchandising to displays and the overall management of the whole store, as a retail buyer or planner.
Job opportunities: Retail planners; Retail entrepreneurs; Retail store managers; Retail sales representatives; Merchandise and Wholesaler managers; and Sales representatives for Retail suppliers within the Retail Industry.
The programme is offered online in block mode with no contact classes. Continuous assessment will be followed and computer and internet access is compulsory.
Refer to the programme Prospectus for more information regarding the Admission and Selection criteria.
DIPLOMA IN FIRE TECHNOLOGY (DPFI21) – CAPE TOWN OR DURBAN SERVICE POINT
The Department of Physics offers a fascinating four-year 360-credit Diploma in Fire Technology in distance mode of learning for firefighters in the various emergency services. This programme will prepare firefighters for entry-level positions as Fire Officers in the Fire and Rescue Service.
The programme is offered as online block-mode classes with limited contact classes per module per semester at Cape Town or Durban service points. Contact classes include tests, examinations, tutorials and practical's, where applicable. Computer and internet access is compulsory.
Please note that this programme is only offered to employed Fire Services personnel with a minimum of three years of relevant working experience, specific certification and a Matric Certificate with specific subject achievements. Refer to the programme Prospectus for more information.
Distance Education applicants should reside in the vicinity of Durban or Cape Town because they will have to be able to attend contact classes, write class tests and examinations, tutorials and practical's at the Durban or Cape Town service points.
There is no transport, residence or other campus-based student facilities or services at the service points. Academic contact with students is limited and attending the scheduled contact classes per semester offered at the service points is compulsory.
Only applications from applicants residing in the vicinity of Durban or Cape Town service points, who will be able to attend contact classes and write class tests and examinations at the Durban or Cape Town service points, will be considered.
Applicants not residing in the service point areas can apply for other programmes offered at any of the TUT campuses: Arcadia, Arts, eMalahleni, Ga-Rankuwa, Mbombela, Polokwane, Pretoria and Soshanguve. Please refer to the relevant parts of the TUT Prospectus regarding the programmes and campuses where offered. Also, consult the TUT website to ascertain the availability of space in programmes.
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DISTANCE EDUCATION PROCESSES