For a real understanding of developments in the international trade arena. As an active and influential member of IATTO, ITRISA keeps abreast of change in this dynamic field.
For experience of international trade training and education programmes which focus on global issues in the context of southern African market conditions.
For access to a team of committed professionals with many years of experience in international trade skills development.
For the comfort of knowing that you will be one step ahead of the competition
DCC CAMPUS was founded by the late Mr K.M. Naidoo in the early 1990’s in the vicinity of Grey Street, Durban. The company was purposed to address the dire need for education and training of youth, with emphasis on the information technology (IT), and Business sector. Operation of the campus began with a staffing compliment of less than 10 staff members.
Within less than a decade, DCC CAMPUS expanded its operations by acquiring land and buildings at 384 Smith (Now Anton Lembede Street) Street, Durban. The company initially began its operations by offering accredited IT and Business related courses. However due to the demands of the technologically changing market, the Campus was given accreditation to offer courses in the Travel and Tourism, Hotel and Catering, and other sectors. As student numbers increased, DCC Campus further acquired Land and Buildings opposite 384 Anton Lembede Street, Durban. Sadly Mr K.M. Naidoo passed away during 2007, and ownership of DCC Campus was acquired by Mr V. Juglal.
Under the strategic vision and leadership of Mr V. Juglal, (current C.E.O.), DCC Campus continued to progress to reach its present position. The Campus boasts an array of Further Education, Higher Education and Short Courses. In addition the courses on offer, DCC has partnered with various professional bodies such as the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers (ICB), and Companies such as Microsoft. Furthermore, the Campus is host to well structured departments, and an array of professional lecturers with adequate industry experience.
With a rich history and strong foundation, coupled with dynamic leadership DCC Campus is well established and is renowned for offering quality courses and exceptional service.
CJC is a public Further Education and Training College that offers a wide range of qualifications, from NQF Level 2 to NQF Level 4 – from National Technical Education (NATED) programmes to the new and exciting National Certificate (Vocational) [NC(V)] to Skills courses and Learnerships. There are over fifty-six full time study opportunities, in four Schools, from which a student can choose. Prospective students also have an opportunity to study on a part time basis in some of these programmes.
Tshwane South College for Further Education and Training (TSC) is a registered public Further Education and Training institution in terms of the Further Education and Training Act 98 of 1998. TSC is a merger of three former Technical Colleges namely Atteridgeville, Centurion and Pretoria West, as Gazetted in 2001(Notice 7311, Gazette No 240 of December 2001).In 2006, TSC gained her fourth Campus (Odi Campus) from the Orbit FET College as a result of the rezoning of the Provincial borders.
As a public institution, TSC and her counterparts’ fundamental mandate is to indiscriminately equip South Africa’s young people with vocational and occupationally directed skills at intermediate level of the National Qualifications Framework (NQF), thus contributing to
the eradication of inequality; poverty and unemployment of the peoples of South Africa; and
the economic growth initiatives of the country.
Before 1999 West Coast College consisted of several small satellites, which were then merged and officially declared as an FET College in 2003.
West Coast College was the last FET College to be formed in the Western Cape. Unlike other colleges that were formed around the hub of an existing technical college, its systems had to be established from scratch and today the college consists of five campuses. Central Office moved during 2015, in that same year the college officially changed from the name of FET college to TVET college
The Atlantis Campus was originally established in the 1980s as the Atlantis Technical Institute and in 1993 the campus became part of the Protea College. The campus finally merged with West Coast College in 2002.
The Citrusdal Campus opened for the first time in January 1999 as the Citrusdal Centre for Further Education and Training. At first it was part of the Tygerberg College and became part of West Coast FET College in 2002. The campus serves students from the Cederberg area – from Lamberts Bay and Clanwilliam to the Bergrivier-area including Porterville, Piketberg, Goedverwacht and Piket-Bo-Berg.
The Malmesbury Campus opened its doors for the first time in January 2005 and moved to new premises during 2014, whilst the Vredenburg Campus, formerly known as the Westlake College, became part of West Coast College in August 1999. The new Vredenburg campus was officially opened in November 2012.
The Vredendal Campus was started in 1997 and in September 1998 the campus moved to bigger buildings, due to the rapid growth of students.
In the first year of NC(V) implementation in 2007, West Coast College managed to register more students than the required target of 622 and managed to implement all the required programmes. West Coast College is now one of the biggest colleges in terms of the NC(V) intake.
The college has continued to expand its courses and total student numbers projected for 2016 is 10 218
Prestige Academy endeavors to be known as a leader in private higher education, and an institution of excellence in vocational education throughout South Africa, across the African continent and beyond. We offer a wide variety of different qualifications covering many disciplines from business to creative studies. Prestige Academy is registered with the Department of Education as a Private Higher Education Institution under the Higher Education Act, 1997, (Registration no. 2001/HE07/005).
Flavius Mareka TVET College has three campuses. The Sasolburg campus has two sites specializing in Engineering Studies and Business Studies courses respectively. The other two campuses- Kroonstad campus and Mphohadi campus- are located in the Kroonstad area.
Apart from offering full-time and part-time formal programmes at its three campuses, Flavius Mareka TVET College is also proud of the fact that it takes education and training to communities. A number of learnership and skills programmes are offered through-out the Free State province in smaller towns, such as Heilbron; Parys, Koppies and Villiers.
Nkangala Further Education and Training College was formed in 2003 with the merger of Witbank, Middelburg, Mpondozankomo, and CN Mahlangu campuses (formerly Technical Colleges) in Nkangala region. Waterval boven Campus was transferred in 2011 from Ehlanzen FET College. The college was formed after the adoption of FET Act of 1996 by Parliament.
The College is the largest educational institution in the Mpumalanga Province, serving the community in the Nkangala region. CN Mahlangu and Waterval Boven are the predominately rural.
The majority of the learners are drawn primarily from the urban areas of Witbank and Middelburg that are the most densely populated areas in the entire region. The remainder of the students comes from the rural areas of former Kwa-Ndebele and Waterval boven. In 2007, 719 students were enrolled in NC(V) programmes and 11,917 students in Nated 191 courses. More than 95% of our students come from the previously disadvantaged groups.
The College offers eight NC(V) programmes namely Civil Engineering and Building Construction, Electrical Infrastructure Construction, Engineering and Related Design, Finance, Economics and Accounting, Hospitality, Tourism, Information Techmology and Computer Sciences and Office Administration. Nated (191) programmes are still presented, and in all we have exactly seven courses. All programmes curriculum is developed and recognised by the Department of Higher education and Training.
The focus of the Extended Learning Unit (ELU) is on occupational training presenting accredited programmes and learnerships. The delivery of learnerships commenced very well with 2947 learners participating in learnerships that had a contract value of R 6,232,500.00.
The initial college staff compliment in 2003 was 247 educators and 108 support staff. 66,5% of all the employees are African, 32,9% are white and only 0,6% are Indian.
The College was established in terms of the Further Education and Training Act, Act No. 98 of 1998 and declared as such by Members of the Executive Council for Education (Gauteng Province) in terms of a Provincial Gazette Extraordinary (dated 7 December 2001).
The College came about as a merger of individual technical colleges that had all existed for about twenty years. These were Benoni, Brakpan, Daveyton (former Isidingo), Springs and Kwa-Thema (former Tlamoha) Technical Colleges. The merger brought together diverse skills and talents, resources and leadership, culminating in a mega force in the Further Education and Training arena