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KwaZulu Natal Colleges offer a range of choices.

KwaZulu Natal Colleges: Public TVET

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Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges provide important opportunities for qualifying for different careers. 

KwaZulu Natal Colleges for TVET

KwaZulu Natal Colleges: Overview of Public TVET Colleges

TVET: KwaZulu Natal Colleges

The following is a comprehensive list of contact information for TVET colleges in KwaZulu-Natal.

Table: KwaZulu Natal Colleges and Their Contact Information

KwaZulu Natal CollegesPostal AddressPhysical AddressTel, Fax no. & Website / Email
Coastal FET CollegeP O Box 1795
Amanzimtoti
4125
No 50051 Old Main Road
Kwamathutha
4125
031 905 7000/1 (t)
031 905 1399 (f)
Email: CAO.ckzca@feta.gov.za
Website: www.coastalkzn.co.za
Elangeni FET CollegePrivate Bag X9032
Pinetown
3600
15 Portsmouth Road
Pinetown
3610
031 716 6700 (t)
031 716 6777 (f)
Email: info.elangeni@feta.gov.za
Website:www.efet.co.za
Esayidi FET CollegePrivate Bag X713
Port-Shepstone
4240
Lot 462
Nelson Mandela Drive
Port-Shepstone
4240
039 684 0110 (t)
039 684 0280 (f)
Email: info@esayidifet.co.za
Website: www.esayidifet.co.za
Majuba FET CollegePrivate Bag X6602
Newcastle
2940
83 Allen Street
Newcastle
2940
034 326 4888 / 4596 (t)
034 326 4889 / 4855 (f)
Website: www.majuba.edu.za
Mnambithi FET CollegePrivate Bag
X9903 Ladysmith
3370
77 Murchison Street
Ladysmith
3370
036 637 4782 (t)
036 631 4146 (f)
Email: Chettyd.mnacao@feta.gov.za
Mthashana FET CollegePO Box 9424
Vryheid
3100
266 South Street
Vryheid
3100
034 980 1010 (t)
034 981 5337 (f)
Email: mthashana@telkomsa.net
Thekwini FET CollegePrivate Bag
X06
Dormerton
4015
262 Daintree Avenue
Asherville
Durban
031 250 8400 / 8200 (t)
031 208 3653 (t)
031 250 8244 (f)
Email: info.tekcao@feta.gov.za
Website: www.thekwinicollege.co.za
Umfolozi FET CollegePrivate Bag X5023
Richards Bay
3900
Naboomnek
Arboretum
Richardsbay
035 902 9501 (t)
035 789 2585 (f)
Email: info.umfcao@feta.gov.za
Website: www.umfolozicollege.co.za
Umgungundlovu FET CollegePrivate Bag X9060
Pietermaritzburg
3200
44 Burger Street
Pietermaritzburg
3201
086 010 5790 (t)
086 631 3657 (f)
Email: NgcoboSS@ufetc.edu.za
Website: www.ufetcollege.co.za/
KwaZulu Natal Colleges

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  1. The prospective student will be required to undergo a ‘means test’ that will indicate that the student really does need financial assistance. A means test is not an actual test that you must be afraid of – it usually questions your personal situation in order to see if you are someone who must be assisted.
  2. That the student has a good academic performance record.
  • Prospective students who believe that they may meet these criteria should contact their nearest public TVET College.  The college will provide the application forms and oversee the application process.

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About TVET College Education and Training

Modes of Delivery

Different colleges may offer qualifications in different ways – this is referred to as a ‘mode of delivery’. Some colleges also offer blended learning (e-learning) facilities for some course content. A number of the larger campuses have Open Learning Centres.  Further information can be given by the college on this aspect when applying or enrolling for course admission.

What are TVET Qualifications Worth?

In an effort to ensure that courses are relevant to the needs of commerce and industry, public colleges go to great lengths to secure linkages and partnerships with key role-players in commerce and industry and with the Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETA’s). Some colleges have a management division devoted to this aspect.

 Job Shadowing and Practical Workplace Exposure

Public TVET colleges try as far as possible to facilitate job shadowing and practical workplace opportunities for top-performing students. Many campuses also operate simulated enterprises to augment the need for practical exposure related to the course of study.

International Exchange

In an increasingly globalized labour market, many public TVET Colleges have international partnerships with similar institutions in various parts of the world. This ensures that education and training is internationally benchmarked with best practice in diverse international settings

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  1. Rofhiwa

    Your comment goes here. the career of Agricultural

  2. Leonie Hall

    Apply for a bursary at the College that accepted you.

  3. muzi

    I am begging your for assist me. I pass matric but I do not have a money for fees.I have the space for study and I am accepted to study financial management .I hope you may take care about my application.please help me

  4. Joyce

    Applied in BabanangoSkills Development Centre, they took details but never came back no answer to the given number no emails to contact the person in charge

  5. Ongeziwe

    I hereby to approach you as I am begging you for assist me.I pass matric but I do not have a money for fees.I have the space for study and I am accepted to study Electrical engineering. I hope you may take care about my application. Thanks you for your perusal. I am Ongeziwe Madikizela

  6. Leonie Hall

    Hi Nomcebo
    It’s important that you follow up with the people who interviewed you within 2 months. You have left it for so late – that’s very naughty and irresponsible of you. If I were you, I would contact them again and inform them that you have learnt alot about yourself in the past year. Tell them you have grown and that you wish to reapply for an opportunity they may have for you.
    Complaining about something in the past is stupid – don’t do it. Move on and find a new groove.
    Next time you go for an interview make sure you get back to the company within one month and ask them if you were successful. If you weren’t – you are responsible for asking them why and what you can do to be successful next time. Ask them for advice and criticism so that you can grow and be successful.
    Good luck!
    Leonie

  7. Nomcebo

    Hi im nomcebo, i applied last year january bt i ddnt got replied

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