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Tshwane South TVET College Requirements

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Tshwane South TVET College Requirements

Tshwane South TVET College Requirements. Tshwane South TVET College, one of South Africa’s 50 public TVET colleges, offers a diverse range of courses attracting thousands of students annually. The college aims to equip students with vocational skills, reduce unemployment, and contribute to South Africa’s economic growth.

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TVET College Campuses

Tshwane South TVET College operates across four campuses: Atteridgeville, Centurion, Odi, and Pretoria West, providing accessible education to a broad student base.

Tshwane South TVET College Requirements

National Certificate Vocational (NC(V))

Prospective students must meet the following requirements for NC(V) courses:

  • Year-end school report for Grade 9 or higher
  • NQF Level 1 qualification
  • Completion of an approved bridging program for NQF Level 2 access
  • Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) assessment to meet specific criteria

Programme 191 Nated Courses

Utility | General Studies

  • Grade 12 with related subjects

Engineering Studies|Natural Science

N1-N3

  • Grade 9 certificate with a pass in Maths and Physical Sciences

N4-N6

  • Applicable National N3 certificate with four subjects or a Senior Certificate in an applicable technical discipline
  • National Diploma: N6, along with proof of 24 months experience in a relevant practical field after N6 completion, is required for diploma acquisition.

Conclusion

Tshwane South TVET College provides diverse educational opportunities through its NC(V) and Nated courses. By meeting specific academic and practical criteria, students can access a wide range of programs contributing to their skills development and South Africa’s economic progress.

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Late Applications For WCED School Admissions Are Now Open

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Late Applications For WCED School Admissions Are Now Open

Late Applications For WCED School Admissions Are Now Open. Thousands of parents have already submitted admission applications for Western Cape schools for the 2025 academic year. However, many learners are still in need of placements.

The Western Cape Education Department (WCED) has received a record number of applications for Grade 1 and 8 learners for the 2025 academic year. Despite the official application period closing on Friday, 12 April 2024, parents who missed the deadline can still submit a late application.

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Late Applications Information

  • Late Application Period: Open now and will close on 12 May 2024.
  • Late Applications Processing: Late applications will only be processed after on-time applications.
  • Assistance: Parents requiring 2025 placement for their children after the completion of the late application period are encouraged to contact district education offices for assistance.

Other Grades and Application Process

For Grade R admissions and transfer requests for Grades 2-7 and 9-11, the application window will be open from August 1, 2024, to August 16, 2024. The WCED provides a straightforward online application process:

WCED Application Process

Registration (if a new user)

  • Visit the WCED online admissions website.
  • Click on “Parent Register”.
  • Read and agree to the Terms and Conditions.
  • Complete the registration form and verify via SMS.

Applying For Admission

  • Login with your ID number and password.
  • Create a Parent/Guardian Profile.
  • Complete the Learner Application (Grades 1 & 8 Only), providing accurate contact information and learner details.
  • Select Schools, rank them in order of preference, and upload required documents.
  • Submit the application and track the status using the learner’s CEMIS number.

The WCED emphasizes the importance of applying early to avoid last-minute complications. Parents who relocate to the Western Cape after the late application window closes or those who missed the deadline for any reason should contact their district office promptly for assistance. For further information, visit the WCED online admissions website.

Contact Information

  • For Assistance: Parents who relocate to the Western Cape after the late application window closes or those who did not apply earlier for any reason must contact their district office as soon as possible for assistance.

Conclusion

The WCED encourages parents to apply early to avoid any last-minute complications. For more information and to apply, visit the WCED online admissions website. Ensure all required documents are submitted for a smooth application process.

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