Aim and Scope of support

The aim and scope of academic support is to assist students academically by providing an array of quality learning support programmes in the form of group work, workshops and individual learning interventions.

Academic Support Workshops throughout the year

Learning Styles

To assist students to gain an understanding of their individual style of learning

Thinking Skills

To equip students with skills for cognitive development and critical thinking

Exam Preparation

To prepare students for exams and equip them with coping skills

Study Skills

To equip students with helpful tools and skills for effective studying

Time Management

To help students to gain a better understanding of their individual time management style and time management skills

Goal Setting

To help students gain insight into SMART goal setting

Summarization

To equip students with skills of note taking and summarizing

Exit Support

This is a range of workshops to equip students with employability skills to access the Open Labour Market.

  • CV writing,
  • Job interviewing skills
  • Work ethics
  • Job seeking and job research
  • Communication skills
  • How to present yourself
  • Preparation for different types of interviews
  • Interpretation of Labour Relations policy

Additional Learning / Academic Support Workshops

Feuerstein Instrumental Enrichment (FIE)

This is a classroom curriculum designed to enhance the cognitive functions necessary for academic learning and achievement. This was pioneered by Professor Reuven Feuerstein (since the 1950s). The program seeks to correct deficiencies in fundamental thinking skills, provide students with the concepts, skills, strategies, operations, and techniques necessary to function as independent learners, and to help students learn how to learn.

MOT (Courage to Care life skills programme)

The MOT training programmes give young people the strength to manage peer pressure, to believe in themselves and to take responsibility for their own lives and future. MOT focuses strongly on the development of self-confidence, sound values, positive attitude and behaviour, self-leadership and to resect and care for others.

How to access these services?

Academic support facilitators are available at the 7 Northlink campuses

Belhar Campus

Bellville Campus

Goodwood Campus

Parow campus

Protea Campus

Tygerberg Campus

Wingfield Campus