Sekhukhune fet College courses

By | November 25, 2016

Sekhukhune fet College courses

WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING REPORT 191 PROGRAMMES: Also available as distance education
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CS BARLOW CAMPUS (Motetema) CN PHATUDI CAMPUS (Praktiseer)
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Busines  Studies  N4 – N6 Busines  Studies  N4 – N6
– Financial Management – Financial Management
– Human Resource Management – Human Resource Management
– Marketing Management – Marketing Management
– Assistant Management
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Engineering Studies  N1 – N6 Engineering Studies  N1 – N6
– Civil Engineering – Civil Engineering
– Electrical Engineering – Electrical Engineering
– Mechanical Engineering – Mechanical Engineering

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
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Business Studies Engineering
N4: Nationa Senior Certificate N1 Civil: Grade 12 with iether a fail in maths or a pass inmaths literacy
N5: N4 or an equivalent qualification N1 Electrical & Mechanical: Grade 12 with a pass in maths
N6: N5 or an equivalent qualification N4: N3 or a Technical Senior Certificate
. N5: N4 or an equivalent qualification
N6: N5 or an equivalent qualification
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NCV COURSES

WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING NCV PROGRAMMES:
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CS BARLOW CAMPUS (Motetema) CN PHATUDI CAMPUS (Praktiseer)
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– Electrical Infrastructure – Electrical Infrastructure
– Engineering & Related Design – Engineering & Related Design
– Finance and Economics Environment – Finance and Economics Environment
– Management – Management
– Civil Engineering
– Marketing
– IT & Computer Science
– Office Administration

The Department of Education introduced the National Certificate Vocational at public Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Colleges in 2007. The NC(V) offers programmes of study in a variety of vocational field.  The programmes are intended to directly respond to the priority skills demands of the South African economy.
The National Certificate Vocational is offered at Levels 2, 3 and 4 of the National Qualifications Framework (NQF). The qualification is designed to provide both theory and practical experience in a particular vocational field.  The practical component of the study is offered in a simulated workplace environment. Students have  the opportunity to experience work situations during the period of study.
A learner will qualify for a National Certificate Vocational after completion of all the levels. In order to obtain a National Certificate Vocational a student is required to take a total of 7 subjects. These include 3 fundamental subjects and 4 vocational/compulsory subjects.
The 3 fundamental subjects are:
– English
– Mathematics for engineering courses or Mathematics Literacy for business studies courses
– Life Orientation
The Department of Education also has a bursary scheme attached to this qualification for all learners who enroll for NC(V) and whose applications are successful.
Registration Procedure:
All learners who register for NC(V) must provide the following:
–  Original copy of Grade 11 or 12 report or higher
–  Two (2) certified copies of their ID document
–  Certified copies of their parent(s) / guardian(s) identity document(s)
–  Proof of income of parent(s) / guardian(s) (salary/pension statement) or
a sworn affidavit if no proof of income is available.
Will learners, who complete a level at school, be able to proceed directly to the next level of a college programme?
The learner will get credit for those subjects that overlap with the college programme, for example, the fundamentals and, perhaps, one specialist subject from the NCS (such as Tourism or Hospitality Studies): competence in the other level subjects in the vocational specialisation  of the college programme will have to be achieved before going to the next level.
What will a student be qualified to do after three years?
Students will essentially have the following options:
–  Access work opportunities in a work environment or a relevant to his/her vocational specialisation
–  Access workplace with the occupational specialisation
–  Decide to progress into higher education
–  Pursue further training to N4, N5 and N6.
–  Go into self-employment
Placement Questionnaire:
Prospective students must complete a placement questionnaire which will assist the student in choosing the correct career path.
Placement tests are written in September – October every year and also in January.  To assure your space you are advised to write the test during September.

(ICDL = International Computer Drivers License)

ICDL (ICDL = International Computer Drivers License) is the global standard in end user computer skills in the world. It was established in January 1997 by the Council of European Professional Informatics Societies (CEPIS) and in Europe it is known as European Computer Driving License (ECDL)  but in the other parts of the world is known as the International Computer Driving License (ICDL).
The ICDL is a test of practical skills and it measures the success of the training and proves you are competent to use the tool (Computer).
It comprises of SEVEN Modules or tests:
–  Module 1: Theory
–  Module 2: Managing Files
–  Module 3: Microsft Word
–  Module 4: Microsoft Excel
–  Module 5: Microsoft Access Databases
–  Modele 6: Microsoft Power Point
–  Module 7: Internet and Email
Entry Requirements:
A prospective learner should have at least a year end report for Grade 11 or Higher, or an NQF Level 2 Qualification.
For more info. you can contact Mr. Matlalepoo Olrich @ 083 574 7606