Technical and vocational education and training (TVET) institutes are often seen as less attractive than universities by students who desire to continue their education.
TVET institutions can be a great resource for anyone interested in pursuing a different educational path or acquiring the job-relevant skills that are in high demand.
Consider the following before you make a decision on which university to enroll in:
The majority of technical and vocational education and training (TVET) programs prepare students for vocations that require specialized abilities, such as metallurgical engineering.
People who don’t wish to work in an office all day are more likely to benefit from a TVET college’s training programs.
On both a local and international level, there are generally more opportunities available in TVET-related industries.
A TVET degree can often be earned more quickly and for less money than a traditional university degree. In addition, it places a greater emphasis on speeding up your time in the labor.
Rather than focusing on the transfer of skills, university programs focus on the transfer of information.
The annual cost of a university education ranges from R31 500 to R56 000.
Students are evaluated and promoted based on their ability to apply difficult material and what they have learned in their classes.
You get more specialized in a field as you study more. After completing your bachelor’s degree, you can go on to earn a postgraduate degree. (Honors, Master’s, and Doctoral degrees).
Many lecturers have PhDs or Masters degrees in their fields of expertise and are therefore academic specialists in their fields.
More than 364 public TVET colleges in rural and urban areas are registered and accredited by the South African government.
The Continuing Education and Training Act 16 of 2006 authorizes and governs the establishment and operation of public TVET colleges, which are under the Department of Higher Education and Training.