Ready to learn more about a new path to success? NCR TVET lets you explore potential career opportunities in a wide variety of industries. And with multiple locations around the Northern Cape, education may be closer than you think.
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Learnerships combine a structured learning component with practical work experience that is acquired while being employed in a company, government department or small business. Learnerships are available to people who have left school, college or other training institutions after completing some formal education.
Mr M Manana designated, between 2014 and 2024, the month of August as the TVET College month. The first week of August shall be an “Open Week” whereby all Public TVET Colleges open doors to high school learners and out of school youth to promote artisan training programmes and to entice learners on artisanship and expose them to activities that take place in engineering workshops.
Please attach the following to your application (Bursary Requirements)
4 x certified ID Copies van Student
4 x certified ID Copies van Student
2 x certified Highest School qualification
Both parents certified ID copies
Both parents payslips
Certified copies of divorce agreements or
SAP affidavit from parent or
death certificates if applicable
Proof of residence obtained from local Municipality
Parents & Guardians
We at NCR TVET College understands that South-Africa with its different sectors needs employers and employees with above-average skills and that is why our programmes are intended to directly respond to the priority skills demands of the Northern Cape as well as South African economy.
NCRTVET College offers a variety of Part-time programmes, Short Skills Programmes in the form of Learnerships, Internships or apprenticeships.
A variety of part-time programmes are offered at all NCRTVET College campuses, providing adult learners and employed people with the opportunity to obtain a formal qualification, further their studies or do an enrichment course.
A part-time course entails that students can work or study full-time while attending the various classes in the evenings.
Bursary Applications Now Open
All students who will register at public universities/ TVET colleges for the first time in 2017 and need financial support, can now apply directly to NSFAS for financial assistance. Applications will remain open between 01 August 2016 and 30 November 2016.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are our programmes expensive?
Our college course fees are sensible in comparison with the private sector institutions. Bursaries are also available for NCV students through the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS), a statutory body.
Where do I receive career guidance and student support?
A student support service is an integral part of our college at our various campuses. Student support also assists with counseling, academic development, health and social issues.
Does the College offer part-time courses?
The College does have programmes that are offered on a part-time basis including Engineering, Business Management and Information Technology have also previously offered part-time courses.
Do we offer learnerships and skills?
The college does offer learnerships in partnership with various SETA’s, department of labour as well as commerce and industry. All our learnerships are planned and coordinated by our Special Projects Unit located at our Central Office in Upington.
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