Applications For 2021 Are Still Open At College Of Cape Town
At College of Cape Town, they have an extended range of Qualifications and accredited Short Courses to get you off in the right direction. Complete any one of their Faculty or Marketing contact forms and they will forward you all the necessary information.
As one of the largest TVET colleges in South Africa they stand ready to provide you with a range of quality vocational education and training programmes. The TVET College sector has a growing role to play in the provision of the intermediate to higher level skills required to support economic growth and development. The College of Cape Town has the resources and the infrastructure to respond to the education and training needs of our communities and employers.
At the College of Cape Town, they work hard at creating an environment that is conducive to learning. Their facilities are not just considered world class, but are also easily accessible. In addition, they pride themselves in having competent and dedicated staff who will go to great lengths to provide you with the necessary services.
As a leading provider of Education and Training in mainly the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) band, the College of Cape Town has much to offer students and prospective partners as an alternative to General Education and Training. Their courses lead to recognised, accredited qualifications that are in high demand by commerce and industry.
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