Register for a Short Program in Computer Programming

Register for a Short Course in Computer Programming

Course ID: 14918

To register to this program, send an email to or call + 27 11 071 1921

You can alternatively buy the course here on the

Southern Africa Youth Project is a registered institution with Media, Communication, Information Communication (MICT SETA) Sector Education and Training Authority with registration number ACC/2013/07/3086. Southern Africa Youth Project is captured on the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA Website) under each qualification. Since all our programs are registered, we provide a recognised certificate and a statement of result.

SAQA Unit Standard Title: A student can describe the rules of Computer Programming

Get this course for R4 900

Do you want to get training for yourself, or you have acquired grants from the SETA? At Southern Africa Youth Project, we train individuals non-profit organisations, companies, government and individuals. The programs can be done online on our online portal or face to face by a lecturer or facilitator.

NQF Level 03

5 Credits


This course aims to:
To provide a theoretical understanding of the areas covered
for those entering the workplace in the field of systems development
as knowledge for those who want to understand the areas covered

A student registered with this course can
A student can describe problem analysis and program design techniques
express different information PowerPoints used in computer programs
A student can describe basic programming rules
A student can explain the rules used in designing a computer program
The performance of all basics is to a course that allows for further learning in this area

The credit value of this program on a person having the prior knowledge and skills to
Show an understanding of fundamental maths (at least NQF)
Show PC competency skills (End User Computing courses up to).

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