Cedara College has for the past two years been undergoing a recurriculation process, whereby the entire curriculum is being revised.
The main aim of this recurriculation was to realign the theory and practical aspects of the courses more closely. This has also gone together with the development of a more consolidated College Farm, where practical work is more accessible. As of 2005 students will also be exposed to specific skill and experiential training on College Farm. This will include basic work required on any farm through to management of enterprises.
The aim of all of this is to ensure our learners leave Cedara College with both theoretical and practical skills which will make Cedara College employable in a wide range of employment opportunities. This has been a very exciting process for the College.
The new curriculum is being phased from 2005. It was implemented with first year students in 2005 and will follow with second and third year. As such there may still be minor changes for 2006 and 2007. The course details are not included as these have not been finalized. A typical qualification, with the intended courses, is outlined below and may change slightly for 2006.
For more information or details, please feel free to contact any of the College Staff.