Tshwane North TVET College Registration Is Open
Tshwane North TVET College registration is open and will be taking place online due to the alert level 3 lockdown.
Tshwane North TVET College (TNC) has announced that all registrations for the 2021 academic year must be submitted online due to the recent Covid-19 lockdown restrictions put in place.
They stress that no in person registrations will be taking place.
If you have been accepted by TNC then take note of the following registration dates:
11 – 15 Jan 2021: Online registration for new students in all programmes.
18 – 20 Jan 2021: 2020 Senior students (promoted) Online registration in all programmes.
19 – 27 Jan 2021: Online registration for occupational programmes.
21 – 22 Jan 2021: Online registration for students with 1 & 2 subjects in all programmes.
25 – 27 Jan 2021: Exam only registration for all programmes.
4 – 12 Feb 2021: Online registration for NC(V) Supplementary Examinations.
To register visit the TNC iEnabler registration portal: https://bit.ly/3neGRJr. Then log in with your student number and pin. There you will find the registration, if you have any queries the college asks that you first search the social media pages for frequently asked questions and if that does not help then you may contact them directly.
You may contact their help desk at 012 401 1600 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
TNC asks that students don't wait until the last minute to register.
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