Learnerships 2021

Learnerships are a great opportunity if you want to learn skills and develop a career. Learnerships for 2021 are opening now and we always have details on the latest available Learnerships for you.

When you register for a Learnership you will receive training towards a full qualification but you don't have to pay study fees. In fact when you register on a Learnership you will be paid in the form of the stipend. This means you will be paid monthly while you are on the learnership - the amount you will be paid depends on the the academic level of the Learnership.

When do Learnerships Start?

Learnerships start at different times throughout the year depending on the needs of the company that hosts the learners. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER and we will inform you as soon as the Learnerships are open.


Namhla Manqele who grew up in Durban could not find employment or support her family and like many in the same boat as her, moved to Johannesburg to find work. After being shunned by the community because she could not pay her own way she decided to get screened by the Lulaway system.

Sekhukhune Further Education and Training College is a South African Public institution accredited by Umalusi (the body responsible for quality assurance of programmes offered at the general and FET institutions) and governed by Further Education and Training Colleges Act (FETC Act no 16 of 2006). The College emerged as a result of the merger process between two Colleges, namely, CS Barlow and CN Phatudi as declared by the Minister of National Education in order to change the FET landscape.

The College is situated in the South Eastern part of Limpopo Province and services mainly rural areas of the Greater Sekhukhune District Municipality which incorporate Five Local municipalities, namely, Elias Motsoaledi, Greater Marble-Hall, Greater Tubatse, Fetakgomo and Makhuduthamaga local municipality.

The Sekhukhune FET College The College focuses on Engineering, Business, Information Technology and Utility Studiestraining which relates directly to the needs as identified by ASGISA (Accelerated & Shared Growth Initiative for South Africa) and JIPSA (Joint Initiative on Priority Skills Acquisition) for skilled people in the engineering, Financial and Managerial fields while it is also addressing the needs for skilled artisans, IT Technicians, Employees in the Tourism and Hospitality fields.
It boasts excellent facilities such as well-equipped workshops, computer centres and business simulations that afford students to experiment hands-on workplace skills.

We offer quality vocational, occupational and skills programmes, equipping you with a relevant qualification and the skills you need for your chosen career path.
NATED Programmes (Also Distance Education)
Business Studies N4 - N6
- Financial Management
- Human Resource Management
- Marketing Management

Engineering Studies N3
- Civil Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Mining Engineering

Engineering Studies N4 - N6
- Civil Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering

NCV Programmes
- Civil Engineering
- Electrical Infrastructure
- Engineering & Related Deisgn
- Marketing
- Finance
- Management
- Office Administration
- IT & Computer Science
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.


Should you be unsure of which department to contact, just send a mail to [email protected] and your email will be passed on to the correct department.
CS Barlow Campus
[email protected]
013 269 0020
013 269 0494
Stand No. 676, Motetema
Private Bag X 004, Motetema, 0473

CN Phatudi Campus
[email protected]
013 216 8005
013 216 8010
Stand No. 2659, Praktiseer
Private Bag X 1020, Burgersfort, 1150

Central Office
[email protected]
013 269 0278
013 269 0450
Stand No. 676, Motetema
Private Bag X 8660, Groblersdal, 0470


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