TVET is an abbreviation for Technical Vocational Education and Training. The types of courses offered at TVET colleges are vocational or occupational by nature.
Below is the list TVET Colleges in South Africa to apply online.
- Central Johannesburg TVET College Online Application
- Ekurhuleni West / East TVET College Online Application
- Sedibeng TVET College Online Application
- South West Gauteng TVET College Online Application
- Vhembe TVET College Online Application
- Tshwane North & South TVET College
There are four main types of qualifications offered at TVET colleges: the National Certificate Vocational, NC(V) qualifications, the Report 191 Programmes, the National Introductory Certificate (N4) and National Certificates (N4)
TVET colleges have options for study for people who have completed Grade 9 and there is no restriction on age. You can get your matric certificate at college.
It is a practical career focused matric called the National Vocational Certificate. There are also other certificates you can study for without matric.
TVET colleges in South Africa develop practical and other skills for a wide variety of jobs. The colleges maintain close links with key role players in industry and commerce to ensure that their courses are responsive to labor market.
NSFAS gives about R33000 to TVET students.