Course Summary

SEKHUKHUNE TVET COLLEGE

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:

Potential students must demonstrate the following competencies in order to be eligible for placement on the College programmes:

1. PROGRAM 191:  BUSINESS STUDIES

N4

  • Compulsory placement test
  • NSC  (Passed at least 5 subjects)
  • Gr 12
  • Relevant Level 4 certificate

N5

  • Relevant N4 Certificate

N6

  • Relevant N5 Certificate

2. REPORT 191:  ENGINEERING STUDIES NB! All new Engineering students must start at N1

N1

  • Compulsory placement test
  • Gr 12 Certificate with Maths

N2

  • Relevant N1 Certificate

N3

  • Relevant N2 Certificate

N4

  • Relevant N3 Certificate
  • Gr 12 at a Technical High School & Mathematics, Science and relevant trade theory
  • Relevant Level 4 Certificate

N5

  • Relevant N4 Certificate

N6

  • Relevant N5 Certificate

3. DISTANCE LEARNING

• Must produce certified results, ID and at least a Gr 9 qualification.

4. EXAM ONLY

Students must produce certified results and ID.

RECOMMENDATIONS:

If students with a N4-N6 certificate wants to enrol for N2 they must start with N1

5.       NCV

(Compulsory placement test)

LEVEL 2: BUSINESS STUDIES

  • Gr 12 passed without higher certificate
  • Passed Gr 11
  • Passed Gr 9 or 10 with a 40% pass in English and 30% pass in Maths.
  • Passed Gr 9 or 10 but failed English and Maths will be placed on a waiting list.
  • Financial Management:  passed Accounting

LEVEL 2: ENGINEERING STUDIES

  • Gr 12 passed without higher certificate with Maths
  • Passed Gr 11 with Maths
  • Passed Gr 9 or 10 with a 40% pass in English and 30% pass in Maths.
  • Passed Gr 9 or 10 but failed English and Maths will be placed on a waiting list.
  • For IT course – Gr 12 and passed Maths

LEVEL 3

  • Passed Level 2 (At least 5 subjects – must enrol for supplementary)
  • Students can only enrol for 7 subjects in a year

LEVEL 4

  • Passed Level 2 in all 7 subjects
  • Passed Level 3 (At least 5 subjects – must enrol for supplementary)

NB:

  • A candidate can only register on two consecutive levels in an academic year, i.e. Levels 2 and 3 or Levels 3 and 4, but not on Levels 2 and 4 or all three levels simultaneously.
  • The full ICASS component is to be completed for all seven subjects offered in an academic year to ensure that tuition is offered even for subjects being repeated and the ICASS component is to retain its currency of 1 academic year.
  • The same optional vocational subject is to be offered across all three levels by a candidate irrespective of the name change which may take place across Levels 2, 3 and 4.

ICDL (International Computer Driver's License)

Modules 1-7

Prospective students must complete a placement questionnaire which will assist the student in choosing the correct career path.

Placement tests are written in September - October every year and also in January.  To assure your space you are advised to write the test during September.