You now have a good idea of what certificate courses are available to you as a prospective student. The question now is where you can apply to study. Choosing a college or school for your studies may seem just as hard as choosing the right course for you. The best way is always to first ask yourself what you want to achieve with this certificate. Will this certificate be your only qualification? If yes, then we suggest you study at an accredited school. Try to get the best people behind your qualification. A school with resources and a good reputation and great student support.
If you want to add body to your resume and polish off your current qualifications, you may be able to get away with going to a smaller school, maybe number two or three on your wish list of schools. While you can still try to get into your first choice, but as you already have a qualification, and you only want to add on to it, you can afford to be a bit more relaxed in your application process. The most important thing is that you do your research. Compare different courses and see how the course layout compare, the length of the course, the subjects covered in the course. The amount of practical experience offered in the course is also an important point to consider when you compare different certificates. What type of student support do the school offer? What experience do the lectures have and how do they assist their students in obtaining work? Try to speak to alumni students and get a second opinion.
The aim of this website is to inform you of the variety of exciting careers available to you and the bright future ahead after studying a certificate course. While we cannot provide you with a detailed list of institutions, which offer certificate courses, we will try to list a few to help you on your way. We do suggest that you visit the education department for a full and updated list of Colleges and accredited institutions.