Advertising practice demands an attention to detail, adherence to deadlines, work ethic, positive regard for others (i.e., colleagues and clients), professionalism and a willingness to go beyond the obvious. The purpose of this qualification is to ensure that qualified learners understand advertising agency processes, systems, and technical methods in general, and specialise in the processes, systems, and technical methods that they are (to be) involved in by achieving specific competence. These processes, systems and technical methods refer to copywriting, art direction and design, client service, media buying, television/radio production, and print production.
For the individual that achieves this qualification, it means improved levels of competence to compete internationally, achieving defined learning outcomes in a shorter space of time, getting a foot in the door to progress to higher levels on the learning and career pathway in Advertising, and improved employment opportunities as a result of the integration of knowledge (theory) and skills (practical) to do their job from day one. The industry also benefits from increased efficiency and saving time and money, and improved competitiveness and quality. Access to information and products and services is improved, with resulting social and economic benefits.
Grade 12 Pass or Equivalent (NQF Level 3)
English Pass of 50% and Above
Mathematics Pass of 50% and Above
Mathematics Literacy Pass of 50% and Above
Full Time – On Campus
Day Classes : Mon- Friday