Select the fields to be shown. Others will be hidden. Drag and drop to rearrange the order.
  • Image
  • SKU
  • Rating
  • Price
  • Stock
  • Availability
  • Add to cart
  • Description
  • Content
  • Weight
  • Dimensions
  • Additional information
  • Attributes
  • Custom attributes
  • Custom fields
Click outside to hide the compare bar
Compare
Compare ×
Let's Compare! Continue shopping
Welcome to the Faculty of Hospitality & Tourism Management
 
The Faculty of Hospitality & Tourism Management is the Centre for Hospitality       & Tourism Programme in the Turks & Caicos Islands specializing in Pre-College Programmes, Associate and Bachelor Degree Programmes both at the Grand Turk and Providenciales Campuses.
 
All Programmes are taught by well trained, educated and experienced lecturers who have worked and taught in the Industry for over 10 years. The Programmes are highly supported by Industry Players from Executive Chefs, Restaurant and Marketing Directors to General Managers and Tourism Specialists.
 
All Programmes are designed to equip students with the necessary tools and skills which will ready them for the Industry while also preparing them , if they so choose, to further their academic studies in this wonderful and dynamic field.
 
Best Regards,
 
Chair of Faculty for Hospitality & Tourism Management

Welcome to the Faculty of Technical and Vocational Education, TCI Community College. Under this Faculty we are offering TWO years Associate Degree Programs in Architectural Building and Design Technology and Automotive Engineering Technology. The faculty remains as the main faculties providing the nation with qualified Engineers. The Faculty targets persons desirous of developing Scientific and Analytical Skills.

The aim of the Architectural Building and Design Technology program is to set foundation for a broader perspective for our students. The courses will enable the graduate to work in related areas or continue towards a bachelor’s program in an associated field of Technology such as Construction Management, Architecture, Quantity Surveying, Land Surveying, Urban Planning, Estimation and Costing etc. The Building Technician graduating with an Associate Degree in Building and Design Technology, will be able to undertake work requiring a knowledge of drafting, construction materials, mechanical and structural systems, estimating, site and building design fundamentals and presentation methods, building codes and specifications, and computer applications.

The Aim of the Automotive Engineering Technology program is to provide training in the basic fundamentals in diagnosis and repair including heating and cooling system, electrical systems, wheels and tires, steering and suspension, brakes, engines, fuel, exhaust and emissions and drive train. The terminal objectives sections are Orientation, Safety, Hand tools, Engine Operation, Engine Measurement and Performance, Engine Types, Engine Design, Engine Construction, Ignition and Electrical Systems, Fuel System and Carburetion, cooling systems, Brake Systems, Frames, Springs and Suspension Systems and Running System. Our Program can prepare students for work as automotive service technicians and mechanics in repair shops and dealerships. In the near Future, We are also looking forward to prepare students to enter the automotive repair field by studying major automotive systems, the procedures for servicing those systems, diagnosing customer concerns and suggesting service solutions to those concerns while working towards ASE (national Institute of Automotive Service Excellence) Certification.

At present we are offering only Associate Degree, which provides matriculation status for our students into the Bachelor’s Degree Program.

The close ties of the faculty with the local community, the opportunities for internships and international mobility and the focus of the program on skills such as complexity management, critical thinking and creativity, enhance graduates’ competitive advantage in the job market.

I recommend you to look over these webpages and learn more about the opportunities, the TCICC offers at both Associate Degree and Bachelor’s degree level.

Take Care,
Mrs. Malini Gowda
Chair of Faculty of Technical and Vocational Education

Greetings from the Chair

Welcome to the Faculty of Business Administration. The faculty seek to create opportunities for our students to obtain training that will allow them to apply the tools of business analysis in any industry of their choice. We endeavour to ensure that our graduates are adequately prepared to meet the dynamic, and competitive business environment. Our students are trained to understand and adapt to the demands of a global economy, and eventually be positive contributors to the society at large.

The faulty targets secondary school graduates and adult learners in various sectors across the TCI. The faculty is committed to increase student holistic co-curricular support through experiential learning and building relationships with industry associates, by enhancing interrelationships between curricular learning and professional practice and enhancing student’s knowledge and skill acquisition.

The faculty is privileged to have qualified staff who possess both industry and academic experience. A cadre of highly trained and experienced faculty members provides students with student centered, innovative and creative cutting edge instruction.  The values-based curriculum offered by the faculty is designed to provide a strong foundation in business as well as to develop the knowledge and skills demanded by specific business professions.

We provide incomparable programmes at the Certificate Level, Associate Degree and Bachelor’s Degree levels. As our institution exist in an emerging economy it is imperative that we prepare our students to be future leaders who understand and can adapt to the demands of a diverse and dynamic global market.   We are therefore committed to deliver an extraordinary educational experience that will provide learners with the knowledge, tools and inspiration to shape the future of business.

The Faculty of Business Administration is ready to deliver an exceptional, engaging and rewarding educational experience. Join us and prepare to be transformed!

It is my pleasure to welcome you as Chair of Faculty of the Faculty of Humanities and Liberal Studies (FHLS). The FHLS recognizes the significance of having a tertiary education for nation building and professional development. Our mission is simple: to prepare students as researchers, leaders and policymakers – to identify, understand and solve complex problems facing society; striving to become agents of positive social change.

The FHLS offers three Associate Degree Programmes (General Studies – Humanities; Social Work and Criminal Justice) and one Bachelor Degree Programme (Social Work). All of our programmes will assist you in understanding the critical role education plays in identifying complex problems and challenges and developing strategies and solutions to address these problems and challenges moving forward. No matter the Programme you choose, you will be prepared to make a meaningful difference in local and global social, economic and political areas.

Our programmes are uniquely delivered by our lecturers’ commitment to the best quality educational experiences for our students. Our lecturers are exceptionally trained in their academic disciplines and utilize communicative-interactive methodologies in actively engaging with their students.

We also offer an opportunity for students to use their theoretical training through their engagement in practicum experiences with various human services organizations. These practicum experiences have been beneficial to both students and the organizations, in providing students with examples of best practices and skills, as well as offering organizations the opportunity to be mentors.

I am excited to welcome you to the FHLS and I look forward to witnessing your transformation as positive agents of change; equipped with the requisite skills to address the complex challenges and problems facing the world today. Even more, I look forward to seeing the personal development that you will gain at your tenure at the TCICC.

For more information about the faculty click on this link

 

Best Regards,

Mr. Jason Henry
Chair of Faculty of the Faculty of Humanities and Liberal Studies (FHLS)

Welcome to the Faculty of Natural and Applied Sciences

We as a faculty seek to create and promote ethical, competent and engaged global citizens, able to adapt and lead in a rapidly changing word.  We pursue this high ideal in our research, teaching and through community and civic engagement, by drawing on the complementary strengths of our past.

As the Chair of this vital faculty, I am inspired by my colleagues from different parts of the world and our students.  I am proud of the ways that we as a faculty work individually and collectively to generate research matters, and to produce and share knowledge that enables our students to effectively engage society as competent global citizens, as well as successful and fulfilled professionals.

Please look over the webpages and learn more about the opportunities that Faculty of Natural and Applied Sciences has to offer in the associates degree.

The Faculty of Natural and Applied Sciences (click here)

 

Best regards,

Mr. A. Jones
Chair of Faculty
Natural and Applied Sciences
Turks and Caicos Islands Community College
Turks and Caicos Islands

The Office of the Registrar provides support to students, faculty, staff, and alumni while being guided by the commitment to be student centered and promote student success. The office directs the recruitment process, maintains student academic records, issues grades and transcripts, monitors compliance with academic standards of progress, reviews degree completion for graduation, issues diplomas, reviews student requests regarding readmission, and other purposes, processes transient student requests, prepares the academic catalog and schedule of classes, and organizes commencement ceremonies. By guiding students through processes such as registration, re-sits, and examinations, the Office of the Registrar helps students develop independence, personal and educational goals, and effective communications.
 
The Registrar’s Office subscribes to the highest ethical principles of our profession and strives to serve the TCICC with honesty, integrity, and accuracy.