CACE´s Instructional Divisions
The Arabic and Translation Studies Division offers classes in translation and simultaneous interpreting and in colloquial Egyptian Arabic and Modern Standard Arabic. Arabic language classes are given at the elementary and intermediate levels; advanced classes are offered on demand. Certificate programs offered by the division are designed to provide a professional foundation in the interdisciplinary nature and practice of translation and interpretation.
The Business Studies Division meets the diverse needs of today's Egyptian and Middle Eastern business markets by offering mini-certificates, professional certificates, advanced professional certificates and certificates of attendance, which comprise courses designed to provide students and clients of all levels with the necessary abilities to succeed in future positions in the areas of sales and marketing, accounting, investment and finance, e-business, supervisory management and travel and tourism.
The Business Studies Division is an authorized training center for international associations such as the Cambridge Career Award, the International Air Transport Association/the United Federation of Travel Agents' Associations (IATA/UFTAA) and the Managing Health and Social Care (MHSC). The division also offers review programs in the areas of accounting, investment and management such as the Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Financial Analyst (CFA), Certified Management Accountant (CMA), and Certified Financial Management (CFM).
The Computer Studies Division offers the full spectrum of Information Technology including programming, computer networking, database management, web designing, multimedia authoring, computer graphics production and e-learning programming.
The Computer Studies Division is a Cisco Regional Academy providing the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) international certification title to those who are trained on the technical advancements of networking.
In addition, the Computer Studies Division manages CACe-learning initiatives which provide courses and certificates in cooperation with McGraw-Hill, Element K and Corpedia for over 1000 courses in Information Technology, project management and business development. CACe-learning students may choose from different learning experiences, such as hands-on, interactive training and multimedia presentations. Courses are customized for targeted delivery with offerings in more than six languages such as English, French, Arabic and German.
CACe-learning Information Technology courses cover desktop applications, network/ operating systems, programming and web development, web design and media. Corpedia Management Suites are offered in Peter F. Drucher Executive Management, American Management Association, Richard Lederer Communications and the Six Sigma Yellow Belt Series.
The English Studies Division offers English language courses at all levels of proficiency, as well as specialized courses for members of various professions and students preparing for the TOEFL or the Egyptian preparatory and secondary school certificate examinations. The program provides intensive, specialized English language courses for students enrolled in or preparing for CACE professional certificate programs. The English Studies Division is experienced in providing nationally and internationally recognized pre-and in-service English language teacher training in Egypt with institutional relationships to governmental agencies with the responsibility for improvement of education in Egypt. The division also organizes and hosts the annual international English as a Foreign Language Skills Conference.
Since 1998, the English Studies Division has been facilitating for the Ministry of Education's Language Methodology and Development Program. This program is the first teacher-training program of its kind in Egypt to be conducted via interactive videoconferencing.
The Special Studies Division offers German and French language courses for adults, German, English and computer courses for young learners and an annual Junior Summer Program for youth between the ages of 6-14 years. The division also offers customized and tutorial courses, seminars and workshops for the benefit of both the general public and individual organizations. The division designs and implements workshops and seminars on learning disabilities in children, teacher education and technical and vocational subjects. The Special Studies Division provides comprehensive administrative and logistical management support services for training programs, workshops and conferences.
CACE support units include the Educational Assessment Unit, the Educational Cooperation Unit, the office of External Affairs and the Proposals Unit.