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Gert Sibande College

Contact info
P.O. Box 3475 , Standerton, 2430 , No. 18a Dr.Beyers Naudé Street , Standerton , 2430
Tel: +27177129040
Fax: 27 (0) 17 712 9059

About this center

Gert Sibande College is a Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Institution, situated in Mpumalanga, South Africa. The college offers nationally certified training programs that are unit standard based and SAQA approved. Qualified and competent staff is available to give relevant education and training in Educational Programs which aim to enable learners to lead productive lives and make meaningful contributions to their community and the Nation as a whole. Qualified moderators and assessors give training in line with Department Of Education’s directive to implement Outcomes Based Education through eLearning methodology in order to service on site learners as well as distance learners. World class standards and well utilized computer and practicum rooms ensure that learners receive practical training. The curriculum develops the learner to his/her full potential. Business and Engineering theory is supplemented with practical training in line with standards from industry.2007 will see the implementation of a new National Certificate (Vocational) which will be offered by GSC. It will replace the current existing N1 to N3 with courses to empower learners with skills to be employed to alleviate poverty and unemployment. Subjects may then be chosen from a vocational program to provide the learner with high levels of specialization in that specific field. GS College provides learners and employers with learning opportunities suited to their relevant needs. For information on our Business courses


Technical institute
Founded in 2002
1 Courses

Center Locations

Location NameAddress 1Address 2Post CodeCityProvinceCountry
Gert Sibande CollegeP.O. Box 3475 , Standerton, 2430 , No. 18a Dr.Beyers Naudé Street , Standerton , 2430MpumalangaSouth Africa

Courses List

The Institute of Commerceand Industry, today known as Ermelo Campus had as its Head J Joubert in 1979. The College became more business orientated and ten full-time secretarial students enrolled as the first full-time students. On 01 January, 1980 the College moved to the Old Convent. In 1982 the College became autonomous. In 1984 the first computers were bought for the college. The buildings in Mel Mentz Street came into use in January 1985 and in the same year the college was upgraded to TK4. In 1994 the Klein Street Campus was acquired. The number of students enrolled in 1995 was 450. In January 1996 the Engineering Studies Campus was started at Thuthukani.

  • Diploma
  • On Campus
  • Mpumalanga
  • Duration: 2 years
  • Start Date: Flexible start
  • Price on application