The ABMA qualifications in Computing and Information Systems (CIS) are structured to enhance a student’s knowledge and skills, preparing them to be able to adapt and change modern technological capacities in business. The duration of the Level 5 Diploma is one (1) year and upon successful completion, students can progress to the BSc (Hons) Computing (Top-Up) (University of Greenwich).
Courses included in Level 5:
- Database Systems
- Software Development
- Information Systems Analysis and Design
- Web Applications Development
- E-Commerce Strategy
The next intake is in September 2019 - Champs Fleurs ONLY. Registration is OPEN.
Fees for this programme are as follows:
SBCS Administration Fee
Payable upon registration
$2,200 (per 45 hour course) * 3 courses
$2,500 (per 60-hour course) * 2 courses
ABMA Exam Fee
£40 * 3 courses March 2020 Exams
Payment Due: Thursday December 12th, 2019
£40 * 2 courses for June 2020 Exams
Payment Due: Tuesday March 31st, 2020
Why study at SBCS?
- Recognition: This is an Internationally recognized qualification
- Final Year Entry: Graduates of this programme gain direct access to the final year of the University of Greenwich's BSc (Hons) in Computing offered at SBCS, Champs Fleurs and San Fernando campuses.
- Career-focused: The curriculum was developed to meet the needs of the current marketplace.
- Instructors are certified, highly skilled and experienced practitioners who bring their knowledge and work experience to the classroom.
- Modern, fully equipped labs. You learn using the same hardware/software you will encounter in the field.
- Convenient class schedules. Work, Earn and Study at the same time. Classes are offered on a part-time basis, which allows working individuals to balance their work and educational needs.
You may also be interested in
- Champs Fleurs, San Fernando
- ABMA Level 4 Diploma in Computing and Information Systems or equivalent
- Relevant work experience: Learners who wish to enter at this level can use their professional work experience as evidence, provided that this experience is a minimum of two years and situated within a job sector that is related to the Computing field. The learner will be expected to have met all the learning outcomes outlined in the ABMA Level 4 Diploma units. Examples of evidence that will be accepted include:
– Employer references detailing the learner’s duties and responsibilities
– Certificates of training/courses.
Learners are encouraged to submit details of all types of training that they have obtained.
To register for this programme, you must provide evidence of your entry qualifications by presenting:
- Original certificates along with copies of each
- A detailed Resume and/or Job Letter (where applicable)
If your entry qualifications are satisfactory, you are then required to complete the SBCS Registration Form.
The main aims of the ABMA qualifications in Computing and Information Systems (CIS) are to:
- Prepare students for a range of technical, professional and management career disciplines in Computing and Information Systems by providing specialised studies which are directly relevant to individual occupations and professions in which students are currently working or in which they intend to seek employment.
- Enable students to make an immediate contribution in employment in the IT sector.
- Provide students with flexibility, knowledge, skills, understanding and motivation as a basis for progression to graduate and postgraduate studies.
- Develop a range of skills and techniques, personal qualities and attitudes essential for successful performance in working life.