Old Oak is a family-run institution that focuses on bringing families closer together.
With Distance Education, the parent is in control and has an active role to play in their teenager's development.
The Old Oak family is comprised of highly qualified, industry-experienced lecturers who have a passion for working with youth.
Old Oak is here to support the parent throughout the process. We guide you in making the right choice for your teenager, and allow you to have all the information before you make an informed decision. Our unique and tailored Online Support is designed around the customer's specific situation.
Old Oak offers a Boutique Campus for students who are wanting more Academic interaction and hands-on facilitation.
The Student is trained to enter into industry, focusing on professional development and critical thinking.
Perspective families can book a consultation with the Old Oak counsellor, in-person or via Zoom.
As we believe in privatisation, it made sense to advise parents away from public education, and rather opt for institutions that offer private services, highly recognised qualifications, and train the student to become fierce adults, competent in dealing with life's challenges.
Old Oak is comprised of a family of academics, whose life's goal is to instil Family Values and Christian Ethics into Students, where they take an active role in their own lives, rather than be passive observers.
Our goal is to bring the family closer together. As the parent is the ultimate decision maker in the eyes of the law, they take an active role in the upbringing of their teenager, with a firm support system that will help. We aim to put the power back in the hands of the parent.
Old Oak advises clients on which direction to choose, as we are Educational Consultants.
Our clients make use of a Distance Education Curriculum Provider, where we advise the family through every decision.
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