Public TVET Colleges in South Africa are spread out over the country’s rural and urban areas, with campuses located throughout the country.
Under the Continuing Education and Training Act 16 of 2006, public TVET colleges were created and are administered by the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET). The state contributes over R8 billion a year in subsidies to public TVET colleges.
Here is a list of TVET Colleges in South Africa:
Central Johannesburg TVET College
Through responsive education and training intervention, Central Johannesburg TVET Colleges objective is to lead their students to job and business opportunities that contribute to economic growth. On each of their six campuses, they provide a wide range of courses. (Campuses in Parktown, Alexander, Elis Park, Crown Mines, Riverlea, and Langlaate)
Ekurhuleni East TVET College
The Ekurhuleni East TVET College (EEC) is spread across five towns in the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality (EMM). Springs, Kwa-Thema, Daveyton, Benoni, and Brakpan are among them. However, there are six college locations dispersed over the five towns.
These sites are made up of five campuses that primarily offer NCV and Report 191 programs, with the sixth serving as a center of specialization.
Ekurhuleni West TVET College
Ekurhuleni West Technical, Vocational, Education and Training College (EWC) is a public institution governed by the FET Colleges Act, as modified. It was formed in accordance with the Further Education and Training Act, Act No.98 of 1998, as stated by the Member of the Executive Council (MEC) for Education (Gauteng Province) in a Provincial Gazette Extraordinary (dated 7 December 2001).
Sedibeng TVET College
The objective of Sedibeng TVET College is to be the foremost TVET College in terms of offering inexpensive training and education. Its objective is to have their professionals produce qualifications in the TVET sector that fulfill the expectations and demands of commerce, industry, and the community. NSFAS Bursaries are given to deserving students from low-income families.
South West Gauteng TVET College
South West Gauteng Institution is a public Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET), formerly FET college, that operates in accordance with the Continuing Education and Training Act, Act No.16 of 2006, as modified. Umalusi and numerous Sector Education and Training Authorities (Setas) have accredited the College to provide education and training, primarily in the FET band (NQF Level 2 to 4).
Tshwane North TVET College
Tshwane North Technical and Vocational Education and Training College (TNC) is located in Gauteng’s Greater Tshwane Metropolis.
It has a corporate office in Pretoria’s inner city and campuses in Mamelodi, Pretoria, Temba, Rosslyn, Soshanguve South, and Soshanguve North. The Campuses are located within a 50-kilometer radius of the Central Office. Temba Campus is the farthest away, while Pretoria Campus is only 5 kilometers away.
Tshwane South TVET College
Tshwane South TVET College (TSC) is a Continuous Education Training Act-registered public Technical and Vocational Education and Training College (CET Act No.16 of 2006). As Gazetted in 2001, TSC is a merging of three former Technical Colleges: Atteridgeville, Centurion, and Pretoria West (Notice 7311, Gazette No 240 of December 2001). As a result of the rezoning of the Provincial borders in 2006, TSC acquired its fourth campus (Odi Campus) from Orbit TVET College.
Western TVET College
Westcol Technical and Vocational Education and Training College is a public college run by the Department of Higher Education and Training. Westcol, which is based in Westrand, Gauteng, has six campuses and provides a variety of programs. Their Vision is to be your innovative worldwide lifelong learning partner.
Coastal TVET College
The previous Durban Technical College, Swinton Road Technical College, and Umlazi Technical College have merged to become this college. Former Umbumbulu and Appelsbosch Colleges of Education are included. It is the largest College in KwaZulu-Natal, with around 15 000 full-time equivalents and approximately 800 staff employees.
This College is well-known for catering to adult learners, both unemployed and employed by local business, out-of-school youngsters, and project-linked trainees ranging from those with a low academic background to those who have had opportunity to improve their educational level.
Elangeni TVET College
Elangeni TVET College provides Technical and Vocational Education and Training. Durban, KwaZulu Natal is the location. We offer higher education learning with the assistance of the South African Department of Higher Education and Learning. We have also received approval from the South African Bureau of Standards.
They provide full-time, part-time, and long-distance education through a variety of programs from eight of our locations. We offer bursary programs, such as the National Students Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS), as well as other financial assistance services.
Esayidi TVET College
Campus life at Esayidi TVET College provides several chances for all students to become a part of a large social, recreational, and academic community that is safe, supportive, intellectually interesting, and inclusive.
Majuba TVET College
Majuba TVET College, located in Newcastle, Kwa-Zulu Natal’s northernmost province, is committed to positively impacting the community, social development, and the environment, as well as contributing to the realization of the local, provincial, and national governments’ shared socioeconomic objectives.
Mnambiti TVET College
Ladysmith Technical College, Ezakheni Technical College, Ezakheni Ex-college of Education, and Ezakheni Skills Centre merged to form Mnambithi TVET College in 2002. Mnambithi TVET College is located in the KwaZulu-Natal midlands in Ladysmith and Estcourt. Estcourt, Weenen, Bergville, Winterton, Pomeroy, Msinga, Dundee, Van Reneen, Mooi River, Greytown, and Ladysmith are among its catchment regions.
Mthashana TVET College
Mthashana TVET College seeks to close the skills gap by providing high-quality teaching and learning that leads to employment and self-sufficiency. On their eight campuses, they offer a wide range of courses.
Thekwini TVET College
Thekwini TVET College provides a wide range of full-time and part-time courses. They have seven campuses, each with its own set of curriculum. All students on all campuses have access to student support services. Students are given assistance while applying for NSFAS support.
Umfolozi TVET College
uMfolozi TVET College is one of nine public Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Colleges in the KwaZulu-Natal province and one of only 50 in the country. Chief Albert Luthuli, Eshowe, Esikhawini, Mandeni and Richtek, Sundumbili/Isithebe, Bambanana, and Nkandla are the College’s primary campuses.
Umgungundlovu TVET College
It has five campuses: Plesislaer Campus, Northdale Campus, Msunduzi Campus, Midland Campus, and Edendale Campus. They provide certificate and diploma programs.