TWP Academy

TWP Academy is a private college that offers fully accredited course through distance learning.  That means you can keep working while you study.

 

Courses offered by TWP Academy

 

The college offers fully accredited courses in the following fields:

 

 

You only need to be 16 years old, and have a grade 10 if you want to start a course with this college.  The courses take you from two levels below matric, to two levels above with a National Diploma NQF level 6.

 

TWP Academy history

 

TWP Academy was launched by Together We Pass in 2015.  Together We Pass is a company that has been offering online help to home study students since 2008.  They started helping students studying at UNISA, and later added further institutions such as College SA, Skills Academy and the Learning Group.

They also offer study groups for matric students, and students studying ICB courses.

Together We Pass could see that there was a real need for a private college that could offer real support to students, to ensure that students have the chance to qualify.  There is no point registering students and then not supporting them in their studies when they are studying from home.

In 2015 Together We Pass launched their own college with an aim to change how home study students are supported in the future.

 

TWP Academy Accreditation

 

TWP Academy was accredited by the Institute of Chartered Bookkeepers (ICB) in 2016.  The ICB is the Quality Assurance Partner of the QCTO SETA, which means they have been given the authority in South Africa to accredit colleges that have everything in place to offer their range of courses in the highest level of quality.

The college had to submit a file of evidence showing that they have all the processes, policies, certificates and staff, as well as the financial stability to offer the programs.  Once this was deemed satisfactory an inspector visited the campus to see in person that everything was as the file explained.

This means you can trust the TWP Academy qualifications are of the highest standard, and nationally recognised.

 

 

 

Last update:  June 10, 2017