College Of Cape Town's Registrations Are Now Open
Registrations for the 2021 academic year are open at the College Of Cape Town. The College Of Cape Town’s mission is to be an institution of excellence that develops the potential of clients through quality Education and Training in response to the skills development needs of the country.
College of Cape Town leads through innovation and partnerships for economic growth. With a proud history of providing quality accredited, affordable and relevant vocational education and training, the College is a preferred training partner for businesses of all sizes, across all industry sectors.
The college offers the following course:
- Art & Design
- Hair Care
- Beauty Therapy
- Building & Civil
- Business Studies
- Education & Training
- Electrical Engineering
- Hospitality Services
- Mechanical Engineering
- Information Technology
- Travel & Tourism
The College of Cape Town is officially open for 2021 walk-in applications and registrations at all their campuses on Monday 18 January 2021.
Documents that are needed are:
- Certified copy of your ID
- Certified copy of your results
- Proof of address
NB: You need to go directly to the campus as; online/post/fax/email application closed last year.
Due to the number of students going to the campus to apply and register please note that space is limited and registration closes as soon as the course is full. This means at this point there is no confirmed closing date.
Remember that masks are compulsory and need to be worn at all times.
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