1. There are more than 264 campuses spread across the rural and urban areas of the country.
2. You don’t have to wait to pass matric to start studying towards your chosen career. You can join a TVET college in grade 10. The only age restriction for a person wishing to study at the TVET level is that the person should be 16 years or older.
3. You can get your Grade 12 equivalent/ trade (artisan) qualification known as the National Certificate Vocational at the same time as your artisan qualification
4. If you failed matric – you can go to a TVET college to get a qualification in a trade.
5. There are a variety of practical-skilled courses available at TVET colleges. Some colleges may offer up to 300 different courses. The length of the course and the admission criteria will differ depending on the nature of the course. Courses range from office administration, tourism and hospitality to primary agriculture, primary health, transport and logistics, information technology, computer science and engineering, among a host of others.