Unisa Short Courses: List Of Courses, How To Register, How To Apply

Unisa Short Learning Programmes (SLP) are basic, practical, non-degree programs designed to quickly and effectively build knowledge and abilities in a specified subject area. They aim to update or expand students’ knowledge and skills in a particular field by going through the most important foundational ideas.

Unisa short courses in teaching

Below are the short courses in Unisa for teaching.

  • Short Course for Planning and Conducting Assessment of Learning Outcomes (71005)
  • Short Course in Braille Literacy for Teachers and Practitioners (76950)
  • Short Course in Common Wealth Youth Entrepreneurial Education (77009)
  • Short Course in Functional School Governing Bodies, Parent and Stakeholder Partnership (76821)
  • Short Course in Integrating Information Communication and Technology in teaching and Learning (76936)
  • Short Course in Mentoring, Guidance and Support of Teachers and Trainers (71013)
  • Short Course in Moderation of assessments (76951)
  • Short Course in Multigrade Teaching Methodologies and Assessment in Schools (76816)
  • Short Course in Norms and Standards in Early Childhood Education (76949)
  • Short Course in School History Enrichment (76597)
  • Short Course in Sport Management (72168)
  • Short Course in Student Support And Academic (76933)
  • Short Course in Supporting ICT assistants in managing ICT equipment in schools (77020)
  • Short Course in Teaching Accounting in Further Education and Training (FET) Phase (77027)
  • Short Course in Teaching Biodiversity: Life Sciences Grades 10-12 (76952)

Does NSFAS Fund Short Courses At Unisa

Even if you take a short course at UNS, NSFAS will not fund them. The financial aid program only covers full-time degrees granted by universities or TVET colleges. This indicates that NSFAS does not support students enrolled in part-time programs or those attending private universities.

Unisa ShortCourse

  • Short Course for Planning and Conducting Assessment of Learning Outcomes (71005)
  • Short Course in Braille Literacy for Teachers and Practitioners (76950)
  • Short Course in Common Wealth Youth Entrepreneurial Education (77009)
  • Short Course in Functional School Governing Bodies, Parent and Stakeholder Partnership (76821)
  • Short Course in Integrating Information Communication and Technology in teaching and Learning (76936)
  • Short Course in Mentoring, Guidance and Support of Teachers and Trainers (71013)
  • Short Course in Moderation of assessments (76951)
  • Short Course in Multigrade Teaching Methodologies and Assessment in Schools (76816)
  • Short Course in Norms and Standards in Early Childhood Education (76949)
  • Short Course in School History Enrichment (76597)
  • Short Course in Sport Management (72168)
  • Short Course in Student Support And Academic (76933)
  • Short Course in Supporting ICT assistants in managing ICT equipment in schools (77020)
  • Short Course in Teaching Accounting in Further Education and Training (FET) Phase (77027)
  • Short Course in Teaching Biodiversity: Life Sciences Grades 10-12 (76952)
  • Short Course for Planning and Conducting Assessment of Learning Outcomes (71005)
  • Short Course in Braille Literacy for Teachers and Practitioners (76950)
  • Short Course in Common Wealth Youth Entrepreneurial Education (77009)
  • Short Course in Functional School Governing Bodies, Parent and Stakeholder Partnership (76821)
  • Short Course in Integrating Information Communication and Technology in teaching and Learning (76936)
  • Short Course in Mentoring, Guidance and Support of Teachers and Trainers (71013)
  • Short Course in Moderation of assessments (76951)
  • Short Course in Multigrade Teaching Methodologies and Assessment in Schools (76816)
  • Short Course in Norms and Standards in Early Childhood Education (76949)
  • Short Course in School History Enrichment (76597)
  • Short Course in Sport Management (72168)
  • Short Course in Student Support And Academic (76933)
  • Short Course in Supporting ICT assistants in managing ICT equipment in schools (77020)
  • Short Course in Teaching Accounting in Further Education and Training (FET) Phase (77027)
  • Short Course in Teaching Biodiversity: Life Sciences Grades 10-12 (76952)

Other short courses are Short Course in Teaching Methodologies in Education (76981), Short Course in The Support of Children at Risk (76977) and Short Course in the Design of Integrated Assessment for Learning Programmes (71021).

Unisa Short Programs

  • Programme for Physical Science Teachers (70211)
  • Programme for Practitioners in Early Childhood Development (70297)
  • Programme in Advanced Counselling (70254)
  • Programme in Counselling Children and Adolescents (70343)
  • Programme in Grade R Teaching (76522)
  • Programme in Mathematics Teaching (Further Training and Education Band) (70394)
  • Programme in Technology Education (70203)
  • Programme in Training Practices for Educators and Trainers (72060)
  • Programme in online teaching and learning for TVET Lecturers (77021)

Registration For Short Course At Unisa

Online applications are available for all Short Learning Programmes and are available to all applicants. Candidates may submit applications for at least two programs in decreasing order of preference (even though you will register for one only in case both of the applications are successful).

How to Apply For Short Courses At Unisa

Click on the link provided to send you to the Unisa short course portal https://www.unisa.ac.za/sites/corporate/default/Apply-for-admission/Apply-for-admission-to-study:-application-tool

  • Choose the kind of program you want to apply to whether for Honours Degrees and Postgraduate Diplomas , Short Learning Programmes or Master’s and Doctoral.
  • Upload supporting documents
    • Fill in the other details and make sure that your application is complete. No incomplete applications will be accepted.

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