What are tvet colleges
What are tvet colleges
Technical and Vocational Education and Training (abbreviated TVET) comprises vocational, occupational and Artisan education and training as offered by TVET Colleges.
This band of education and training is also referred to as ‘post-school’, meaning that it refers to education and training that takes place after leaving school, even if only with a Grade 9 completed.
There are fifty registered and accredited public TVET Colleges in South Africa which operate on around 364 campuses spread across the rural and urban areas of the country.
Public TVET Colleges are established and operated under the authority of the Continuing Education and Training Act 16 of 2006 and resort under the Department of Higher Education and Training.
DOCUMENTS (CERTIFIED COPIES) NEEDED FOR APPLYING TO TVET COLLEGE
1. A copy of the first page of your Identity Document must accompany this application.
2. A copy of your Senior Certificate, National Senior Certificate or highest qualification must be submitted with your application.
3. NB. Grade 12 learners must attach a copy of their Grade 11 final results and June or September Grade 12 results.
The report must indicate the subjects and symbols obtained and whether the subjects are on the Higher Grade or Standard Grade. If you attended any other higher education institution, an original academic record or certified copies of other certificates obtained previously, must also be submitted.
4. Proof of residential address of parents/guardians.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS (non-South African citizens)
1. A certified copy of your passport must accompany this form. You are required to produce a valid study permit before you will be permitted to register.
2.Non-RSA Qualifications. The onus rests with all international applicants to have their school qualifications evaluated by SAQA before submitting this application form. SAQA can be contacted on telephone number: 027 86 010 3188.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS NEEDED FOR APPLYING
1. National Certificate Vocational:
1.1A year end school report for Grade 9 or Higher; or
1.2A NQF level 1 Qualification; or
1.3An approved bridging programme designed for the specific purpose to access NQF Level 2; or
1.4A Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) assessment to meet the basic requirements for access to NQF Level 2; or
1.5ABET NQF Level 4 Certificate
2.NATED Programmes / REPORT 191
2.1A year end school report for Grade 12 or Higher; or
2.2A NQF Level 4 Qualification
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LIST OF TVET COLLEGES IN SOUTH AFRICA
|Boland TVET College|
|Buffalo City TVET College|
|Capricorn TVET College|
|Central Johannesburg TVET College|
|Coastal TVET College|
|College of Cape Town for TVET|
|Eastcape Midlands TVET College|
|Ehlanzeni TVET College|
|Ekurhuleni East TVET College|
|Ekurhuleni West TVET College|
|Elangeni TVET College|
|Esayidi TVET College|
|False Bay TVET College|
|Flavius Mareka TVET College|
|Gert Sibande TVET College|
|Goldfields TVET College|
|Ikhala TVET College|
|Ingwe TVET College|
|King Hintsa TVET College|
|King Sabata Dalindyebo TVET College|
|Lephalale TVET College|
|Letaba TVET College|
|Lovedale TVET College|
|Majuba TVET College|
|Maluti TVET College|
|Mnambithi TVET College|
|Mopani South TVET College|
|Motheo TVET College|
|Mthashana TVET College|
|Nkangala TVET College|
|Northern Cape Rural TVET College|
|Northern Cape Urban TVET College|
|Northlink TVET College|
|Orbit TVET College|
|Port Elizabeth TVET College|
|Sedibeng TVET College|
|Sekhukhune TVET College|
|South Cape TVET College|
|South West Gauteng TVET College|
|Taletso TVET College|
|Thekwini TVET College|
|Tshwane North TVET College|
|Tshwane South TVET College|
|Umfolozi TVET College|
|Umgungundlovu TVET College|
|Vhembe TVET College|
|Vuselela TVET College|
|Waterberg TVET College|
|West Coast TVET College|
|Western College for TVET|