Emmanuel Noel Mercieca is a programme leader for Information Technology courses. He holds an M.Sc in Computing and Information Technology from Greenwich University. He also graduated from Anglia Polytechnic University with a B.Sc (Hons) in Health Studies and has a Post graduate Diploma in Education from London South Bank University.
Future Focus has partnered with OTHM which is a British awarding body to offer regulated qualifications.
The qualifications are approved and regulated by Ofqual (Office of the Qualifications and Examinations Regulation of the UK)
Ofqual is responsible for maintaining standards and confidence in qualifications. Ofqual looks after GCSEs and A levels in England, and a wide range of vocational qualifications in England. Ofqual also regulates the National Curriculum Assessments in England.
OTHM is approved and regulated by Ofqual (Office of the Qualifications and Examinations Regulation). The Register of Regulated Qualifications Framework can be found on the https://register.ofqual.gov.uk
In Malta the qualifications of OTHM are recognised by the MQRIC which is part of the National Commission for Further and Higher Education. For more information about OTHM please visit the OTHM website
For information about Ofqual please visit the Ofqual website
For information about MQRIC visit the MQRIC website
Future Focus is presently offering courses up to level 5 from its centre in Malta. These courses can be followed on a part time basis with lessons held once a week. If you are interested in a higher level course or if you prefer to follow any of the OTHM courses on a distance learning basis please visit the website of our UK partner IIOE
Business courses that are presently open for applications for classroom based training in Malta are the following:
Mark Psaila graduated with an MBA from the London School of Commerce. He holds a Postgraduate certificate in Teaching of Ethics and a Masters in Business Ethics from the University of Malta.
Mark is a teacher by profession. He graduated with a B.Ed from the University of Malta. Presently he lectures a number of modules including modules related to Business Ethics
Meet our programme leaders and lecturers
Charles Muscat, programme leader for Business Management courses
Charles Muscat is an engineer by profession. He also obtained a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Malta. Charles has great experience working in one of Malta's largest manufacturing businesses. He is committed, dedicated and patient with the students.