Student Support Services
Students Support Services is coordinated at all our Campuses by dedicated Student Liaison Officers by the provision of a wide variety of services with an aim of ensuring exciting Campus life as well as enhancing interest and motivation to effective teaching and learning. Some of the activities are:
- Financial Aid to needy and deserving students.
- Career Guidance & Counselling
- Study skills- Study methods-Exam preparation-Time management etc
- Job Hunting Skills- Preparation for the world of work.
- Preparation for further study.
- Information on Wellness/health issues ( HIV & Aids, Drugs etc)
- Entrepreneurship development support- Information and support with information for self-employment.
- Leadership development (SRC)
- Choir & Cultural activities.
- Job Placement
- Student Counselling and Guidance
The service is accessible to all students of the college. At all our five campuses we have dedicated Career Guidance Officers at service. All new students are subjected to a College readiness test which helps you to establish gaps and support necessary for the students to excel in their chosen fields. Careers resources are also available to you. Should you be in need of career counselling, you can make an appointment with your Campus Counsellor.
Personal Counselling is part of the responsibility of the SSS Unit and offered ensuring high level of confidentiality. This assist those who may be facing crisis situations, adjustments or challenges that may affect students’ level of performance. One on one and group interventions are in place in the form of workshops and seminars on some more common areas of concern for students such as anxiety, stress management and time management.
Learning support is available and facilitated by the Counsellors and the Student Liaison Officers in form of study and learning skills for assessments and examination preparation.
- Pre-Registration Counselling & Guidance.
- Administration of Placement Tool.
- Advising on Career Choice.
- Provision of Life skills, Health & Wellness Education.
- Study skills, academic development and support.
- Emotional support.
Easy Steps to Apply for a Bursary
Gather these Documents
Your South African ID and
Latest Academic Results
IDs of parents and/or guardian (or death certificate where applicable)
IDs of each person living with you in your home
Pay advice/letter of employment/pension advice (not older than three months)
Download and Complete
Download the consent form, complete with your parent/guardian’s signatures.
Visit your nearest campus and complete the Campus Application Form.
Complete an easy aptitude test to find the correct career path.
Hand in the Documents from Step 1 & 2
Apply for the course of your dreams.
Get a NSFAS Bursary
The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) provides loans and gives various NSFAS bursaries to students at all 25 of our public universities, as well as the 50 public FET (Further Education Training) colleges.
Course Fees Paid
Apply for your NSFAS Bursary Online
Parents choose NCR TVET College because we offer academic, social and personal success for every student. Through opportunities to learn from the best, experiences beyond the ordinary, and the encouragement to achieve more than what they thought possible, we help our students succeed anywhere through our unique educational offer. We do all this by investing in our people, our college, and above all, our students.
Tel: 053 631 0594
Fax: 053 631 0617
Martin vd Westhuizen
Tel: 053 723 3281 Fax: 053 723 3091 Campus Manager: Thabo Magopa
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