With its prime seafront location, the Granger Bay Campus is home to the renowned Cape Town Hotel School, the oldest in the city, as well as to the Maritime Engineering Department and the cutting-edge Survival Centre. The main attraction of the campus is the stylish Hotel School Restaurant, which features uninterrupted sea views, a Show Kitchen and sophisticated Alumni Cocktail Bar and Coffee Lounge
Port Elizabeth TVET College is an institution for tomorrow with a rich illustrious past. We focus on developing people today to enable them to face the challenges of tomorrow by equipping them with relevant practical skills to enable them to attain their dreams and aspirations. This underpins our vision of being the preferred provider of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Programmes, which complement the human resource and skills development needs of a competitive, developing nation.
Our three main campuses: Russell Road Campus, Dower Campus and Iqhayiya Campus are reflected in our logo which signifies unity and strength in order to empower students with quality, market-related skills in order to contribute to the sociology-economic development of the country.
Our core values are expressed on a day-by-day basis by
Respecting the rights and dignity of each individual
Personal integrity and ethical behaviour
Cultural diversity, tolerance and equality
Professionalism and excellence
Quality service provisioning
Accountability between all stakeholders
Open communication, transparency and shared decision making at all levels
Innovative and constructive change in line with the human resource development strategy and skills development strategy of the country
Why PE College
Quite simply, Port Elizabeth College performs with excellence as a priority. Our approach to education is largely driven by the will to exceed expectations. Complacency has not followed our accolades and achievements; instead we always strive to improve our performance. Port Elizabeth College caters for driven individuals with the knowledge that education is the fundamental entity of our prospering nation. We cater for individuals who want to get ahead, our slogan “Get Ahead, Get an Education” translates our stance.
Why consider TVET
The TVET sector is one that offers endless opportunities for the student, the chosen industry and the community at large. The main responsibility of the TVET sector is to equip skilled individuals to meet the requirements for sustainable economic growth and development. Competent students receive the National Certificate (Vocational) NC(V) qualification after the all three levels, namely, Level 2, 3, and 4 on the National Qualification Framework (NQF).
In order to give the youth access to our TVET College, the government has made funds available in the form of bursaries to qualifying students that are in need of financial assistance and are able to demonstrate potential for academic success. The Department of Education TVET College bursary scheme assists students or intending to enrol at TVET Colleges for National Certificate Vocational (NCV) programmes, but who are unable to fund their studies. Students may apply based on the Means test administered by the college. The college manages the bursary award process.
You are eligible to apply for a bursary for if you are
A South African citizen
Enrolled or intending to enrol for the NC(V)
In need of financial assistance
Able to demonstrate potential for academic achievement
A year end school report grade 9, 10, 11 and 12
The University has seven campuses as well as a number of other sites of operation, such as the Pretoria Academic Hospital. Central administration is located at the Hatfield Campus.
The University of Pretoria offers more than 1 800 academic programmes in two of the official languages, namely Afrikaans and English. (Some programmes and modules are offered only in English.)
In 1996, the University of Pretoria became the university with the highest research output in South Africa and we have maintained this status.
The University of Pretoria celebrated its Centenary in 2008.
The academic programmes of the University are offered in nine faculties, as well as a business school. The faculties comprise a total of 140 departments and 85 centres, institutes and bureaus. UP is at the forefront of tertiary education in the country and collaborates with world-class partners to ensure continued excellence in learning and teaching.
Embury Institute for Higher Education (previously known as Embury Institute for Teacher Education) is a fully accredited private higher education institution that focuses on teacher education and development. Embury trains students to become professional and responsible teachers who are equipped with the appropriate skills to teach in any classroom in South Africa.
Our teaching practice model is unique in South Africa. It is common practice for student teachers from other higher education institutions to spend one block period in a school per year, whereas our second- and third- year students alternate between one week in lectures and one week in a school setting for a major part of the year. By structuring things this way, we immerse our students in school-based teaching while also allowing them to return to the lecture room at regular intervals to be guided in reflecting on their experiences in connection with relevant theory. They can then return to their respective schools for another week of teaching practice, equipped with new insights and strategies. This training model ensures that our fourth-year students are well prepared for their six-week teaching practice. It also prepares our students to provide excellence teaching when they graduate - our ultimate goal!
As a provider of Vocational Education and Training, Ingwe TVET College has much to offer students. Our courses are ideal for learners who wish to study at a TVET College and thereafter further their studies at a University, obtain employment or become self-employed.
Ingwe TVET College is central to skills development requirements of the Eastern Cape and significantly contributes to the training of a skilled workforce.
We strive to be flexible in our programme offerings so that they meet the needs of surrounding communities. Our programmes are affordable, cost effective and are an alternative to general education and training programmes at schools.
Ingwe TVET College has partnered with Artisan Development Academy (Pty) Ltd to establish a fully functional and entirely accredited Trade Test Centre at the Ingwe TVET College! This is the only fully accredited Trade Test Centre in the Eastern Area of the Eastern Cape Province.
Bursaries are also available for all the Trade test courses. Candidates prior learning is taken in to account (Recognition of Prior Learning – RPL!) Duration of these new courses is only 3 months. Training for the Trade test students will already start from January 2015.
If you have prior work experience and schooling you could qualify for the courses and the bursaries.
Contact the college now to apply!
The following Artisan Trade Test Programmes are available at the Ingwe TVET College:
Fitting and Turning
After much investigation and debate, the 1972 Baptist Union Assembly, meeting at King William's Town, approved a motion that a Western Province branch of the Baptist Theological College of South Africa, be established in Cape Town, which would admit students of all races.
Cape Town Baptist Seminary was previously known as The Baptist Theological College of South Africa, Cape Town. The name change took place in September 2001.
The Independent Institute of Education is now internationally accredited. This important achievement demonstrates to our students and staff that our standards are indeed world class and ensures that students can be confident about the value of their qualifications. The British Accreditation Council is an independent authority in the UK that accredits private providers in the UK and in other countries such as Greece, Switzerland, Singapore, India, Mauritius and the United Arab Emirates.
This multi award-winning tertiary education institution has been around for over twenty five years and has acquired the reputation of not just educating students in their chosen career paths but educating them for life. Boston offers over 100 course options, including degrees, diplomas and short courses, making sure there is a career option for almost every student.
Currently there are over 40 tuition centres in South Africa and a student body of over 25000. By taking a more personalised and holistic approach to education and by placing emphasis on the “real world experience”, Boston makes life great for students. Producing well-rounded learners is not just about the emphasis placed on teaching methods and becoming work ready. It’s also about networking and socialising while on campus.
These are the days one will remember for the rest of one’s life and Boston further recognises the need for a happy balance between the demands of academia - and leisure and recreation. And of course, getting you ready for great employment!
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