Established in 1989, Oval International has a 26 year heritage providing higher education qualifications in the fields of Science and Technology, Humanities, Commerce and Administration. We are driven to provide you with a quality educational experience. Achieving a qualification from our institution will empower you to contribute to building the economy of our country.
This year, we invite you to expand your mind and change your world through education. Immerse yourself and engage with our programmes which are offered through a blend of digital and traditional teaching and learning technologies. Participate in our culture of interconnected and interactive higher education.
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
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
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.
The Academy of Sound Engineering has rapidly become South Africa's premier sound engineering school, since its establishment in 1997. Catering exclusively to the dedicated student who wishes to become an industry professional, the Academy accepts only limited numbers of candidates on each course.
Housed at the SABC, South Africa's broadcast hub, and the centre of Africa's technical audio industry, ASE is ideally located to train the true potential audio professional. ASE students are directly exposed to the entertainment industry from their first day on campus. Daily interaction with industry professionals is almost unavoidable, and students are immediately absorbed, by their very presence, into this exciting world
This college is a merger of the former Durban Technical College, Swinton Road Technical College and Umlazi Technical College. It includes former Umbumbulu and Appelsbosch Colleges of Education. It is the largest College in KwaZulu-Natal, currently averaging about 15 000 full time equivalents and about 800 staff members.
Coastal KZN TVET College catchment area is from Ozwathini to South of Durban and continues for a strip of about 80km towards the South Coast. It includes Maphumulo, Stanger, Ndwedwe, the Bluff area, Chatsworth, Lamontville, Umlazi, KwaMakhutha, Isipingo, Amanzimtoti, Illovo right down to Scottburgh, but due to the residence facilities we have students from all over the country.
The Central Administration Office of the College is at KwaMakhutha, which is a semi-rural setting.
This College is well known for catering for adult learners, unemployed and employed by local industry, out of school youth, project linked trainees ranging from learners with a low academic background to those who have had opportunities to enhance their educational level.
The college is positioning itself to be able to take leadership in addressing socio-economic needs of the broader community, through innovation and delivery of responsive programmes.
GDC is a private higher education institution that specialises in design education promoting:
Innovation and critical thinking in the design process
Sustainable design and design for social development
An optimal environment for teaching and learning
The use and production of research
The Isa Carstens Academy strives, with integrity, to provide the highest professional standard of education and training to ensure that we develop highly skilled and employable graduates. As a dedicated team, we strive to realise this by:
Serving the best interest of our students’ mental, physical, and intellectual needs so that they may achieve excellence and become employable therapists.
Ensuring that we obtain and develop new knowledge in our field of training.
Maintaining a high ethical code of conduct and setting a professional standard which will instil pride in our students and the Isa Carstens Academy.
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
Ekurhuleni West (TVET) College (EWC) is a Technical and Vocational Education and Training College that introduced the National Certificate (Vocational) NC(V) in 2007, introduced Level 3 in 2008 and NC(V) NQF Level 4 in 2009.
The following NC(V) programmes will be proportionally offered at EWC in 2015:
Finance, Economics and Accounting; Office Administration; Marketing; Management; Tourism, Hospitality; Transport and Logistics; Engineering and Related Design; Electrical Infrastructure Construction; Civil Engineering and Building Construction; Information Technology; Computer Science; Mechatronics, and Education and Development.
The Corporate Centre of EWC is situated at Germiston Campus, cnr. Driehoek and Sol Roads, Germiston.
EWC comprises of 6 Campuses: Alberton, Boksburg, Germiston, Kathorus, Kempton and Tembisa.
These campuses see it as a challenge to also address life-long learning and developmental needs of individuals, organizations and economic sectors. EWC is gearing itself to become more responsive, effective, efficient as well as accountable to its clients and stakeholders and more prepared to meet training demands.