After another successful year of students’ accomplishments and advancement, the Comprehensive Learning Centre is set to commence its 2011-2012 Academic year on Monday 5th September.
This week sees the start of courses at the CXC – CSEC level which include English, Mathematics, Human and Social Biology, Social Studies, Office Administration, Principles of Business and Accounts, Economics and EDPM. As the Centre aspires to meet the needs of the learning public, two new CXC Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) subjects, Communication Studies and Law, have been introduced into the curriculum.
All CAPE courses, namely Sociology, Pure Mathematics, Economics, Accounting, Management of Business, Law and Communication Studies are scheduled to commence the week of September 12, 2011.
The realization of these subject areas will allow students to move closer to the attainment of the CAPE Associate Degree in Business Studies and General Studies while at the same time broadening their horizons. Added to its Self-Development Programs is the Personal and Professional Development Course, which focuses on the principles of leadership, customer service, effective communication and teamwork.
Additionally, as Anguilla seeks to further establish itself on the international market, so to must its people be able to communicate using different languages. Therefore, everyone is invited to take advantage of learning a different language by enrolling in the new German Conversational Programme or in the well established Conversational Spanish and French Programmes.
As the Comprehensive Learning Centre continues to rise to the challenge of being responsive to the needs and the realities of the nation as a whole, it launched its Online Registration System which is being fully accessed and utilised through its website www.clcaxa.org.
Furthermore, to ensure that no student, whose class attendance may sometimes be affected by their shift work or any other interference entirely out of their control, students would now have the opportunity to access their missed classes online through a special code on the CLC’s website.
The Comprehensive Learning Centre looks forward to another successful year of playing its part in the development of the people of Anguilla and the wider region.
As you consider your growth and self-development, the Centre’s management may be reached at 772-5256, 583-4044 or email firstname.lastname@example.org queries of any nature as well as registration details.