FAQs

Q. What is the difference between a PCI Correspondence Course and a Agriseta Accredited National Certificate

A. A PCI Correspondence Course is theory based and whilst it aligns with different Agriseta Unit Standards it is not accredited . A Agristea National Certificate is accredited by Agriseta and includes 30% theory and 70% practical. Students must have facilities available for them to carry out comprehensive practical work 

Q. What is Correspondence or distance Learning
A. Correspondence is distance learning which allows a student to study from home in their own time. 

Q. What NQF level are our courses?
A. NQF level 4 

Q. What are the entry level requirements?
A. As long as you can read, write and understand English, you will be fine. 

Q. When can I begin my studies?
A. As soon as you register and make payment. 

Q. How long does the course take?
A. Depends on the individual. We have no time limits on our courses. Payment plans are taken over 6 or 12 months.

Q. How long does it take to receive a module?
A. 10 days Approximately 

Q. Can I do individual modules to make up a certificate?
A. Yes. For example, the Certificate in Crop/Animal Production , You need to complete 3 core studies and 5 subjects. 

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