Lyceum Correspondence College
Lyceum offers all the benefits of distance learning. You can continue to earn while you learn via correspondence, and you can plan your studies according to your schedule. Lyceum’s wide range of distance learning courses are far more affordable than face-to-face studies, so begin your journey to a better future today.
For over 90 years, Lyceum Correspondence College has been educating students in its focus areas of Traffic Management and Policing, Business Studies, Education, and Fleet Management. The College is dedicated to meeting the changing needs of students as determined by these growing industries. Lyceum combines traditional higher education values with an innovative approach to correspondence and distance learning in South Africa and internationally. Our flexible programmes have been designed to provide our students with the specific knowledge that will empower them to succeed in their chosen careers.
The academic team at Lyceum Correspondence College are professionals who are actively involved in their industries on a day-to-day basis. They are employed for their academic knowledge, practical experience and leadership roles within their fields. The academic content is thus up to date with the latest industry news and demands. Student feedback and support comes directly from these professionals, ensuring that each student is thoroughly prepared for the working environment by the end of their distance learning experience.
Why choose Lyceum College?
This programme is designed to develop the student’s professional skills, improve knowledge of relevant legislation, police management principles, as well as fleet and
maintenance management. Operational aspects of policing is the ‘why and how’ of police practice and management. Policing in this context refers specifically to traffic and metropolitan policing. This programme is furthermore…
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