My Study Centre
Message from the Principal….
Welcome to Academique’s ‘My Study Centre’. I hope it makes your study even easier. If you click through on the links below you can see your course schedule or calendar, and find some useful resources and study ideas.
Use the emails or phone numbers if you need help.
At Academique we really care about our students: We used to be students! If you have any kind of problem just call or email the college and we will help. We care about learning too: the easiest way to change your life for the better! We look forward to helping you achieve your full potential.
All our Remedial Massage teachers are professionals working with elite athletes, and our graduates have plenty of job offers because they really know how to help their clients.
I taught, studied and researched language learning, and learned another language as an adult. We brought in an expert on second language learning and created a fantastic ELICOS plan. Unlike most colleges our system has some flexibility about when students attend. Our whole ELICOS team is very supportive.
Enterprise makes the wheels go around, so we love being able to teach Business and Management/HR. Our teaching team has a very diverse range of high-level business experience: Finance controller, Sales Manager, industry consultant etc. There are lots of options about when and how you can learn.
The same applies to our Hospitality Management, and Painting and Decorating teams: They are very experienced professionals with a flexible study system to help you achieve a great learning outcome.
Academique is a group of colleagues helping each other to learn. It’s not a high school- you have to take responsibility for your progress. It’s not a prison: attendance is not recorded except in ELICOS. If your boss suddenly needs you- go! Will you be able to pass the observation or written tasks? If you miss a class you had better see one of the many tutors to catch up.
David DOLLEY, Principal
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