Register Now At South West TVET College

You can now register at South West TVET College to study in 2021 and the good news is that the College has extended it's registration closing date. A limited number of spaces is available.

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If you are in grade 10, 11 or 12, you can register at South West TVET College in Gauteng to study in 2021 now. 

The College is offering an opportunity to all Grade 10-12 learners as well as youth seeking to further their education or advance their careers in the fields of Business, Engineering and Utility/General Studies.

A limited number of spaces are available and space is on a first come, first serve basis.

Registration closes on 5 February.

Courses

Business Studies

National Certificate (Vocational) Levels 2-4 

  • Finance, Economics & Accounting
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Office administration

Engineering Studies

National Certificate (Vocational) Levels 2-4

  • Civil Engineering & Building Construction
  • Electrical Infrastructure Construction
  • Engineering & Related Design (mechanical)

Utility Studies/General Studies

National Certificate (Vocational) Levels 2-4

  • Education & Development
  • Hospitality
  • Information Technology & Computer Science
  • Primary Agriculture
  • Primary Health
  • Safety in Society
  • Tourism
  • Transport & Logistics

For distance learning programmes, contact Techisa Campus in Randburg on 010 141 1200/1 or send an email to distance@swgc.co.za.

Visit South West TVET College website for more information.

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