NEWZEALAND TRANSFER PROGRAM
 

  • Under this programme CCAwill get the curriculum from college/university and will offer these courses as their own and conducted at CCA with academic collaboration of college/university and will be able to get cross credited into next level in foreign college/university.

  • Courses in India will be offered at Indian price - this way students will be able to save almost 70% of the cost for the course if done in India. This could be the Unique in the market.

  • At CCA where the international level facilities are already available courses have been started right away. These facilities had been created under the guidance and expertise of a Canadian college (Lambton College, Sarnia, Canada. For details please visit About CCA ) in 2009 and were approved by the college.

SUGGESTED COURSES ARE:

1

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION


2

CULINARY ART

(professional cooking)

3

Air Hostess/Flight Steward Training

(Diploma in Tourism and Aviation)

4

Diploma in Dairy Farming

(Diploma in Atp Tech in Agriculture / Dairy Farming)

5

HOSPITALITY MANAGMENT

6

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

7


CERTIFICATE COURSE, BASIC KNOWLEDGE OF FRENCH

8

DIPLOMA IN TOURISM MANAGEMENT

9

DIPLOMA IN NETWORKIN AND SECURITY

10

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

11 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
(NANNY TRANING)

12

PERSONAL SUPPORT WORKER

More courses of skill shortage areas in Canada/UK/NZ/AUS will be added.
• All the teaching staff is well qualified and is at least post graduate with relevant industry experience.
•On completion of the required period in India they will get credits by the foreign college/university. After this students will have the option to do next level at foreign college/university or complete the course in India.
• Foreign college/university will cross credit everything they have learned at the institute in India.
• While studying at Indian institute students will be given training in English language (as a part of the curriculum) so that they could obtain the required IELTS score set up by foreign college/University academic board as well as the Immigration (NZIS).
• There will be FORMATIVE AND SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENTS in the course as set up by the foreign institute

Formative (does not count towards final grade – just for practice – to test understanding throughout course) - including quizzes, and other activities in the courseware content. Final Summative Assessments can include:
• Assignment/research project
• Test
• Exam under supervision
Depending on the demand, Indian partner can have more intakes for the course. •











   
 

While at CIVC was doing my nanny course I worked part time as a librarian, this on campus job helped me a lot to complete my course. Up the CIVC flag now I am living happily in Australia with my spouse.

-HARVINDER DHALIWAL

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