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Pre-Matric Business Studies (NCV)
Minimum: Grade 9 or equivalent required
Duration: 3 Years
Pre-Vocational Learning Programme
The Pre-Vocational Learning Programme will give learners who passed Grade 9 the opportunity to improve their knowledge and skills. The programme has the aim of improving the skills of the students to give them a chance of admission to the National Certificate Vocational programmes offered at TVET Colleges.
The programme is financed by the DHET and therefore students do not need to make a payment with regards to enrollment. No accommodation and transport will be included.
Students need to report to campus with their Grade 9 results before the registration and the approval process will then be finalised. Please note that no Grade 12 learners will be accepted for this programme. This only applies to students who passed Grade 9.
Hospitality studies provide you with theoretical and practical skills to operate as a cook, waitron, receptionist or accommodation assistant in various hospitality establishments, while also teaching client service and human relations skills.
The purpose of this programme is to equip you with knowledge and skills for successful entry into an administrative secretarial field in any sector. The programme integrates theoretical learning with practical skills to ensure administration competencies in all industries including the formal and informal commercial sectors as well as the non-commercial sector.
Safety in Society
This programme consists of four vocational subjects namely Policing Practices, South African Criminal Law, Governance and the Criminal Justice Systems. Each student will be taught on a theoretical basis what role each subject fulfils in terms of who and where acts are formulated, who impacts and enforces these roles in communities, what the consequences of violating the law is and how different departments function to maintain the process within a democratic system.
Minimum: Grade 9 or equivelent required
Duruation: 3 Years
Electrical Infrastructure Construction
This programme covers heavy current, overhead power lines as well as domestic, civil and industrial industries. Furthermore, it also covers light current in the form of digital and electronics in the communications, industrial electronics and sound engineering fields, as well as instrumentation. This programme integrates aca- demic knowledge and theory with practical skills and values.
In Engineering and Related Design, the student will be exposed to the basic industrial environment, engineering principles and operations, as well as engineering systems, activities and processes. Students studying automotive repair learn about engine construction, fuel and ignition systems, power trains, brakes, transmissions, electronic and diagnostic equipment, and more.
In Engineering and Related Design, the student will be exposed to the basic industrial environment, engineering principles and operations, as well as engineering systems, activities and processes. Fabrication of metal refers to the building of metal structures. This is done via a variety of processes such as cutting, bending, profiling, welding and assembling. Metals such as steel, aluminium and other ferrous and non-ferrous metals are used in the fabrication process.
Fitting & Turning
In Engineering and Related Design, the student will be exposed to the basic industrial environment, engineering principles and operations, as well as engineering systems, activities and processes. This subject teaches learners how to operate and monitor drilling machines, milling machines, surface grinding machines and lathes. It also includes welding/joining of metals, heat exchangers and maintenance.
Post-Matric Business Studies
Minimum: Grade 12 or equivalent
Duration: 18 Months Theory – 18 Months Practical
Once you complete this programme, you will understand the principles of Public Administration in South Africa. The implementation and execution of government policies at all three spheres of government ( National, Provincial and local government). You will learn how Bills are formulated, debated in parliament and become a legislation and gain in depth knowledge of the operations of the THREE arms of government( Legislative, Executive and the Judiciary).
Human Resource Management
HRM is a very important function in any organisation that has to deal with day-to-day staffing issues, such as recruitment & selection, labour relations, wellness, performance management, personnel administration & compensation and benefits. Without a HRM department managing its workforce, an organisation will not be able to reach its strategic objectives. The workforce is any organisations greatest asset, and should be managed by training & competent HR Managers.
The purpose of this programme is to equip you with knowledge and skills for successful entry into a secretarial field in any sector. The curriculum will provide an in-depth knowledge of business related and secretarial skills. The programme integrates theoretical learning with practical skills to ensure secretarial and general office management competencies in all industries. During the practical session of 18 months, these vital skills will be applied in the secretarial environment to build a successful career.
Once you complete this qaulification you will be able to apply accounting and numeracy skills to enter an accounting occupa- tion directly and be able to deal with all procedures such as to understand accounting and management principles to have the acquired knowledge and skills of accounting systems generally used by business enterprises, also to have the knowledge and skills of all administrative accounting tasks.
This qualification, with the practical component, prepares a student well on how to become an entrepreneur and also skills the student to become a middle level manager in a medium size company.
This programme aims to equip learners with the necessary knowledge and skills for a career in tourism with the focus on the travel sector. Upon completion of the 18 month theoretical component, students must complete an 18 month practical component by working in the tourism industry. This ensures that students are well prepared to face the world of work as an employee in the tourism industry.
This qualification has been developed to enable learners who are particularly interested and talented in an occupational/ vocational area to develop competencies as a legal secretary, which will enable them either to study further or to be employed and be productive in the sector at entry level and/or second tier level. This qualification is aimed primarily at giving the learner technical, theoretical knowledge, practical knowledge and workplace knowledge and skills required in their chosen occupational/vocational area.
Minimum: Grade 12 with Maths & Science
Duration: Trimester = 3 Months N1-N3 = 1 Year
Mechanics must have a strong knowledge of automotive parts, as well as how those parts work together. They must also have the ability to use diagnostic software and tools to figure out what might be wrong, especially with engines that rely heavily on computers. They have to be able to explain what they are doing in layman’s terms, so that anyone can understand the problem and how it will be fixed.
Provision of a formal qualification that will equip and prepare an individual effectively to pursue an opportunity in the many different work areas of Electricity or Electronics. Examples are domestic installations and maintenance, repairing and maintenance of consumer equipment, installation and maintenance of business premises and the functioning and maintenance of high voltage electrical networks within a company like Eskom. This course also serves as a basis to gaining further qualifications at other tertiary institutions.
Fitting & Turning
This subject teaches learners how to operate and monitor drilling machines, milling machines, surface grinding machines and lathes. It also includes welding/joining of metals, heat exchangers and maintenance.
During training, workers learn how to use boilermaker tools and equipment on the job. They also learn about metals and installation techniques, mathematics, blueprint reading and sketching, general construction techniques, safety practices, and first aid.
Motor electricians manufacture, install, repair and maintain electrical systems and equipment in motor vehicles. Motor electricians are mainly concerned with accessory systems which comprise the starter motor, generator, lights, windscreen wipers, indicators, hooters, as well as electrically operated windows, aerials and radios.
They also have a thorough knowledge of ignition systems since defects in accessory systems may have a detrimental effect upon vehicles electrical systems as a whole. Motor electricians do a fair amount of routine work such as replacing bulbs and setting regulators. Specialized work includes tracing faults with special equipment.
The work of a millwright involves a combination of the skills and activities required by the other mechanical trades. As a millwright, you will usually be responsible for installing, maintaining, and repairing various types of machinery, ranging from power generators to assembly line machinery. You may be also be responsible for lifting and positioning machinery, which means that you need to know the limits of the ropes, cables, and cranes being used to move the machinery.
A welder fuses metal components to form a final product that meets a client’s request. They need physical strength and proper skills to manage hazardous and heavy welding equipment. Welders are employed in a myriad of industries, including construction, steel, aerospace, and motor vehicles, each of which may depend on their level of expertise.