Level 3 Diploma

The purpose of FELA’s Diplomas is to discover and extend students’ knowledge and understanding of businesses and the business environment, enabling them to adopt a more analytical approach of the challenges and opportunities faced by businesses.

 The Level 3 qualifications aim to introduce students into the world of practical business management in a holistic manner. It provides the students with the foundation needed to have a good understanding of deeper concepts and to be able to apply that knowledge in real life situations. 

The formal entry requirements to study S2W Level 3 Diplomas is a minimum of Ordinary levels or its equivalence. Students should also have a reasonable expectation of success on the programme by assessing their previous qualifications and/or related work experience.

Structure

The School-to-work Level 3 Diploma has 14 mandatory units. Students must complete all units within 3 months, in order to be awarded the qualification. Students must also write a detailed report about their work experience/volunteer experience following a structure provided by FELA.

 The Total Qualification Time (TQT) for each of the S2W Level 3 Diplomas is 240 hours, divided into 40 hours per course. Each of the S2W Level 3 Diplomas is worth 24 credits.

FELA S2W Level 3 Diplomas have four sessions.

  • September Session: From September to November.
  • December Session: From December to February
  • March Session: From March to May
  • June Session: From June to August

Students must complete all the units including the final examination to be awarded the qualification. Upon successful completion of the module 3 Diploma, students are immediately eligible to enrol in the Level 4 Diploma.

1. Leadership: This course trains students to inspire themselves and others to achieve objectives. 2. Personal Branding, Confidence and Motivation: people, just like products have distinctive features which must be projected in order to make them stand out. This course trains students to highlight and communicate their distinctive features in a professional and ethical manner. 3. World report: A course like no other!!! This course was especially designed by FELA to train students to receive, analyse, and communicate information like professionals. 4. Entrepreneurship & Intrapreneurship: how can a young man/woman fresh from school identify business opportunities, exploit them, sustain them? How can an employee in an organization contribute to the growth of the organization as if they founded it? These questions are answered in this course. 5. Savings and Credit: Raising start-up capital is a big problem in our business environment. This course trains students to cultivate the culture of small savings and how to acquire loans fro business start-up. 6. IT and office management: Information Technology is the new big thing in business, education, and life! We train our students to use IT to achieve objectives in their places of work/ business. 7. Cameroon Business environment: Understanding the political, Economic, Socio-Cultural, Technological, Ecological and Legal factors that affect business operations is imperative for business students. 8. Business Maths: This course focuses on training students to develop skills to help them analyse business statistics and make informed decisions. 9. Volunteerism: Developing the right attitude starts from realising that we do not always need to expect something for everything we give. This course trains students to develop a giving attitude, which is a must for social entrepreneurship. 10 Business English: The different sectors of the economy make use of jargons that reflect their realities. Entrepreneurship and Leadership are no exceptions. This course will help students learn the jargons of their selected field of studies. 11. Working French: Cameroonians live and work in an environment where bilingualism provides numerous opportunities. Business French trains students to work with the French language. 12. Organisational Citizenship Behaviour: For organizations to survive team members need to see themselves as part of a family. This course teaches students Altruism, Sportsmanship and other pillars of OCB. 13. Inter-religious dialogue : Most conflicts in the world have been provoked by religious intolerance. While this is not religious studies, it was designed to train students to live in peace with people, no matter their religious affiliations. 14. Time Management: Effective time management helps increase productivity and reduce stress. This course trains students to stay organized, keep a clear mind and be more productive. Final project: Here, students pool it all together by gathering and analysing data aimed at starting a business.