tvet college help desk
tvet college help desk
A Tvet college Help Desk, also known as a service desk, is a single point of contact that answers internal and external questions at the college by providing consolidated information and support management services. A help desk software solution allows colleges to resolve student concerns faster and more efficiently by simply automating the complaint resolution process with the ticket management system.
There are 50 registered and certified public TVET institutes in South Africa, with 364 campuses spread across the country’s rural and urban areas.The Department of Higher Education and Training administers the Continuing Education and Training Act 16 of 2006, which provides for the construction and operation of public TVET colleges.
Tvet colleges closing dates
The closing date for the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Colleges is 30 November 2023 for the 2024 academic year. Some of these TVET colleges are open throughout the year for specific programmes.
Courses Offered By TVET Colleges
- Civil Engineering & Building Construction
- Electrical Infrastructure Construction
- Engineering & Related Design
- Office Administration
- Information Technology & Computer Science
- Finance, Economics & Accounting
- Business Management
- Human Resources
- Management Assistance
- Financial management
- Civil Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
Documents To Apply TVET College
You must submit the following documents to apply for a TVET college in South Africa.
- South African Students
A certified copy of the latest school results
A certified copy of the Identity Document
Necessary registration fee
Proof of residence
- Foreign Students
A certified copy of the latest school qualification
A valid study permit until the end of the relevant study period
Foreign student registration fee
The NSFAS criteria for TVET students is as follows:
- Must be a South African citizen
- Must be registered or intending to register on a PLP, NC(V) or Report 191 programme at any public TVET College in South Africa
- Must be admitted/received a firm offer for enrolment in a College
- Must be in need of financial assistance
- Applicants will qualify if they fall within the maximum threshold of up to R350 000 of combined gross family income per annum
- Returning students must demonstrate proven and accepted academic performance (academically deserving) in line with the College’s progression policy or the progression prescriptions of the Bursary Rules and Guidelines (whichever is higher)
- Must not be enrolling for a qualification that duplicates previous learning that was state-funded
If you meet these requirements, then you will be eligible for NSFAS TVET College funding which covers tuition fees, accommodation fees, and transport allowances
HOW TO APPLY
To apply, follow the following steps:
Step 1; Get an application form online or from any of the nearest campuses.
Step 2; Complete the application form and attach all necessary/supporting documents before submitting. The application form will not be process if all the following supporting documents:
- Certified copies of ID of Learner/Passport. Passport is required from foreign student
- Certified copies of ID of Parent/Legal Guardian
- Study Permit. Only foreign students
- Copy Certified of latest school report/Grade 9 or Higher
Step 3; Remember to add an Email address as well as a mobile phone number.
Step 4; Submit application form through hand delivery of through posting. All accepted students will be notify to proceed for registration.
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