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Not everyone is suited to a traditional academic school environment – and there are really good options available for those who prefer a more hands-on approach to learning.

There are 2 paths available for vocational training at TVET colleges.

1. Start in grade 10

  • National  Certificate Vocational NC(V)  or
  • NATED (N1-3): Engineering track

2. Start after matric:

  • NATED: Post Matric Programmes (N4-6).

It is also possible to start the NATED N4 track with a grade 11 if you have a minimum pass of 50% in maths. Entry with matric is possible with maths or maths literacy.

National Certificate Vocational NC(V) 

Description NC(V) programmes are delivered under the auspices of the Department of Higher Education and Training and quality assured by Umalusi. The programmes integrate theory and practice and provide students with a broad range of knowledge and practical skills within specific industry fields.
Admission Requirements NC(V) Grade 9 + college requirements set per programme
NATED: N1: Grade 11 with Maths/ (minimum 50% pass) or
Gr 12 with Maths / (Maths Lit 50%)
N2: N1 or equivalent
N3: N2 or equivalent
Duration 3 Years (1 year per level)
Qualification Full Certificates on NQF Level 2, 3 and 4
NC(V) Level 4 Certificate is equivalent to National Senior Certificate (matric)
Next step Practical training + work experience + trade test = Become an artisan!
Financial assistance Bursaries available for financially and academically qualifying students

 

NATED: Post Matric Programmes (N4-6)

Description NATED programmes are delivered under the auspices of the Department of Higher Education and Training and quality assured by Umalusi. The programmes consist of 18 months theoretical studies at colleges and 18 months relevant practical application in workplaces.

Engineering studies range from N1 – N6
Business and Utility Studies range from N4 – N6

Admission Requirements N4: N3 or equivalent qualification
Duration 1 Year for N4 – N6 Engineering Studies
3 Years (18 months theoretical studies + 18 months workplace application) for N4 – N6 Business and Utility Studies
Qualification N6 National Diploma
After completion Study further at a University of Technology (BTech degree) or find employment.
Financial assistance Bursaries available for financially and academically qualifying students

 

National Certificate Programme Offering at False Bay College:

Engineering NC(V): Electrical Infrastructure
NC(V): Engineering and Related Design – Fabrication (Welding)
NC(V): Engineering and Related Design – Fitting and Turning
NC(V): Engineering and Related Design – Motor Mechanics
Business Related NC(V): Office Administration
NC(V): Finance, Economics and Accounting
Information Technology NC(V): Information Technology and Computer Science
Tourism and Hospitality NC(V): Tourism
NC(V): Hospitality
Safety in Society NC(V): Safety in Society

Source: False Bay College. Click here for more information and to apply

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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