Mpumalanga TVET Colleges

Mpumalanga TVET Colleges

Mpumalanga TVET Colleges

In South Africa’s scenic province of Mpumalanga, a network of educational institutions is quietly moulding the future of its young and contributing to the region’s socioeconomic progress. These colleges are known as Mpumalanga Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Colleges.

Mpumalanga TVET Colleges are part of South Africa’s wider TVET industry, which has received recognition for its innovative approach to education.TVET colleges emphasise practical skills and hands-on experience in a variety of areas. The purpose is to provide students with the tools they need to join the workforce confidently and meaningfully contribute to their communities.

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Mpumalanga TVET Colleges

TVET Colleges are higher colleges that provide specialised vocational and technical education and training. They are intended to provide students with the practical skills and information required for various industries and vocations, making them an important component in the development of a trained and marketable workforce. Mpumalanga is home to several such schools, each with its own set of strengths and contributions to the province.

  • Ehlanzeni College
  • Gert Sibande College
  • Nkangala College
  • Circle Way Training – ARNOT
  • Divoh Tech (PYT) LTD
  • Growth Path Projects (Pty) Ltd
  • Nkangala training center

Programs Offered At Mpumalanga TVET Colleges

Mpumalanga TVET Colleges provide a wide range of programmes aimed at providing students with practical skills and knowledge for a variety of fields. These programmes are carefully crafted to match job market requirements and to equip students for rewarding careers. The following programs are offered at Mpumalanga TVET Colleges;

  • National Certificate (Professional): NC(V) programs are managed by the Division of Higher Instruction and Preparing, with quality affirmation given by Umalusi. Understudies get a wide assortment of information and down-to-earth abilities in certain industry spaces as a result of the programs’ integration of hypothesis and practice.
  • NATED / Report 191: Beneath the specialist of the Office of Higher Instruction and Preparing, NATED / Report 191 programs are given and quality is guaranteed by Umalusi. The program’s final 18 months incorporate 18 months of scholarly ponder at colleges and 18 months of pertinent viable involvement within the workplace. N1 – N6 are building considerations, whereas N4 – N6 are trade and utility studies.
  • National Higher Certificate: These are Higher Education programmes offered at colleges in partnership with Higher Education Institutions.
  • Learnership: These programmes are based on a cluster of NQF registered unit standards and are offered under the auspices of SETAs and quality assured by SETA ETQAs. Skills programmes can build up to a full qualification.
  • NQF Full Time: National Qualifications Framework (NQF) registered qualifications offered to full-time private students under the auspices of SETAs and quality assured by SETA ETQAs
  • Non-Formal: Enrichment programs that culminate in a certificate of attendance or company-based training in response to a specific demand.
  • ABET Or AET: Adult (basic) education and training programmes.

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Mpumalanga TVET Colleges Requirement

Prospective students wanting to study at the college must meet the following requirements;

  • If you are a new prospective student who has been provisionally accepted you must apply for a bursary at the campus.
  • Only South African citizens.
  • Financially needy students
  • Students who perform academically
  • Must not be enrolling for a qualification equivalent to previous learning that was state-funded.
  • NC(V) level 2/3 and Report 191 (NATED) courses students who were awarded bursaries in 2024 and have academically progressed to the next level in 2025.
  • Students who were awarded bursaries for NC(V) Levels 2/3 or Report 191 N1 – N6 in 2024 but have not academically progressed to the next level in 2025, will not be eligible for bursaries in 2025.

How To Apply At Mpumalanga TVET Colleges

Follow the general steps to apply to a TVET College;

  • Step 1: Do the Pre-Screening Test
  • Step 2: Get your application form.
  • Step 3: Complete your application form in full
  • Step 4: Attach all supporting documents.
  • Step 5: Submit your application

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Contact Details For TVET  Colleges

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123 Francis Baard Street, Pretoria, South Africa

Contact Details
0800 87 2222  |

We’re Open
Monday: 08h00 – 16h00
Tuesday: 08h00 – 16h00
Wednesday: 08h00 – 16h00
Thursday: 08h00 – 16h00
Friday: 08h00 – 13h00
Closed on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays

For more information visit the TVET Colleges official website