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​Technical and Vocational Education and Training Colleges​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

PURPOSE

The branch in the Department that is responsible for dealing with TVET Colleges is known as the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) branch and consists of the following programmes and sub-programmes:

TVET Chief Directorates

  • Programmes and Qualifications
  • Planning and Institutional Support
  • Examinations and Assessments
  • Community Education and Training

TVET Directorates

  • Student Development and Support
  • Community Education and Training
  • Curriculum Development and Support
  • Financial Planning
  • Public TVET Colleges
  • Private TVET Colleges
  • Resulting and Certification
  • Item Development and Marking
  • Exam Management and Monitoring

​Office of the Deputy Director General: TVET

The purpose of the branch is to plan, develop, monitor, maintain and evaluate national policy, programmes, assessment practices and systems for vocational and continuing education and training, including for technical and vocational education and training (TVET ) colleges and Community Education and Training Colleges.

General TVET Resources

​​​Programmes and Qualifications Chief Directorate

Programmes and Qualifications develops and maintains high quality vocational education and training programmes, supports the implementation of student support services, and provides leadership and support for the training and development of lecturers.

Planning and Institutional Support Chief Directorate

Planning and Institutional Support provides the framework, coordination and support to TVET colleges for the efficient and effective management, governance and delivery of vocational and occupational programmes, and manages the TVET colleges' subsidies and transfers.

It also regulates the provision of education and training by private education institutions offering qualifications registered on the general and further education and training sub-framework.

Planning and Institutional Support Resources

Education Labour Relations and Conditions​​​

​​​​Student Development and Support Directorate

Student Development and Support Resources

Curriculum Development Directorate

Curriculum Development Resources

TVET College DIirectorate

  
  
10Gazette 33200 Extension N1 to N3 Programmes.pdf
  
11Gazette 33201 Extension N4 to N6 Programmes.pdf
  
12Gazette 33793 Phasing back of N1-N3 23 Nov 2010.pdf
  
13Gazette 33794 N4 to N6 23 Nov 2010.pdf
  
14NC(V) Min Req for HE Nov 2009.pdf
  
15NCV Qualifications Amendments Sep 2007.pdf
  
1Policy on the conduct of exams 30287 of 12 september 2007 PDF.pdf
  
2016 Bursary Rules and Guidelines.pdf
  
201606 ENTRY FORMS.pdf
  
2017 Bursary Rules and Guidelines.pdf
  
2Gazette-33220 25-5 EduHigh.pdf
  
3NCV Qualifications L2-4 Mar 2006.pdf
  
4National Policy on FTCIP 22760 of 26 October 2001.pdf
  
5Report 191 Part 1 NEP Formal TC instructional programmes N1-3.pdf
  
6Report 191 Part 2 NEP Formal TC instructional offerings N4-6.pdf
  
7R191 NEP Norms and Standards.pdf
  
8Gazette 32810 Extension of N4-N6 programmes.pdf
  
9Phasing out of National N Certificates - N4-N6 National N Diplomas Q at FETs31711_1360.pdf
  
BACK PAGE OF ENROLLMENT FORMS.pdf
  
BUSINESS STUDIES 201406 ALPHABETIC TT.pdf
  
BUSINESS STUDIES 201406 PER DAY TT.pdf
  
BUSINESS STUDIES 201411 ALPHABETIC TT.pdf
  
BUSINESS STUDIES 201411 PER DAY TT.pdf
  
Business Studies Entry Forms – N4 Programmes.pdf
  
Business Studies Entry Forms – N5 Programmes.pdf
  
Business Studies Entry Forms – N6 Programmes.pdf
  
DHET Attendance and Punctuality Policy - Public TVET Colleges (Nov 2013).pdf
  
DRAWING OFFICE PRACTISE.pdf
  
ELECTRICAL INFRASTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION.pdf
  
ENG ENTRY FORM 2014.pdf
  
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Public TVET College Resources

Private TVET Colleges  Resources


Community Education and Training Directorate

Community Education and Training Resources​​

Examinations and Assessment Chief Directorate

The National Examination and Assessment Directorate administers and manages the assessment in the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Colleges and Community Education and Training (CET) Centres.

The activities range from the registration of candidates for examination sittings and appointment of panellists to the setting, printing and distribution of question papers and culminate in the marking, resulting and certification of both TVET college and CET candidates.

In addition, monitoring and support visits are undertaken to examination centres to ensure that examinations and assessment practices are being implemented in line with national policy.

Examinations and Assessment Resources​

Resulting and Certification Directorate

Resulting and Certification Resources

Exam Management and Monitoring Directorate

Exam Management and Monitoring Resources

Contact

Acting Deputy Director-General
Ms Gerda Magnus
Telephone +27 (0) 12 312 5755/5756

Branch Coordinator
Marilize Locke
Telephone +27 (0) 12 312 5233

Programmes and Qualifications Chief Directorate

Planning and Institutional Support Directorate
Acting Chief Director: Dr Mandlenkosi Buthelezi
Telephone +27 12 312 6017/5672


 

Lecturer Development
Director: Mr Sello Sethusha
Telephone +27 (0) 12 312 5046
 
Examinations Management and Monitoring
Director: Mr Leon Sinclair
Telephone +27 (0) 12 357 3897
 
Resulting and Certification
Director:  Mr Stanford Mphahlele
Telephone +27 (0) 12 357 3874/4219
 
National Examinations and Assessment
Acting Chief Director: Dr Daniel Ramoroka
Telephone +27 012 357 3893/92
 
Monitoring and Evaluation
Acting Director: Ms Marietta Swart
Telephone +27 12 312 5068
 
Programmes and Qualifications
Acting Chief Director: Ms Aruna Singh
Telephone +27 12 312 5791/5149
 
Student Development and Support
Acting Director: Mr Themba Msipha
Telephone +27 12 312 5470/78

 

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News​​​​​​​​​
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2 million NSFAS funded by government since 2013
24 April 2017 - More than two million students studying at South Africa’s public Universities and Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Colleges have been funded by the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) since 2013, the Minister of Higher Education and Training, Dr Blade Nzimande, has announced...more

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Ikusasa-Lami

Ikusasa Lami Handbook to support the work readiness of public TVET college students


Resources​​

  1. Call for Legislation
  2. Annual monitoring report: Projected 2014 targets on student enrolment planning - Ministerial statement​​​​
  3. Public TVET Colleges in South Africa: A list 
  4. Latest TVET College Times
    This quarterly newsletter covers the latest developments and news in the sector.​​
  5. eDisclosure

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