SA College of Technology
SA College of Technology aims to provide excellent educational opportunities that are responsive to the needs of the community and help students meet economic, social, and environmental challenges to become technologically active participants in shaping the world of the future. They are committed to being an institution of excellence that develops the potential clients through Education and Training in response technology and skills development needs of the global economy.
- National Certificate: Business Management (N4, N5 & N6)
- National Certificate: Educare (N4, N5 & N6)
- National Certificate: Chemical Engineering (N4, N5 & N6)
- National Certificate: Civil Engineering (N4, N5 & N6)
- National Certificate: Electrical Engineering (N4, N5 & N6)
- National Certificate: Mechanical Engineering (N4, N5 & N6)
- National Certificate: Financial Management (N4, N5 & N6)
- National Certificate: Hospitality and Catering Services (N4, N5 & N6)
- National Certificate: Human Resources Management (N4, N5 & N6)
- National Certificate: Legal Secretary (N4, N5 & N6)
- National Certificate: Marketing Management (N4, N5 & N6)
- National Certificate: Public Relations (N4, N5 & N6)
- National Certificate: Tourism (N4, N5 & N6)
Visit the campus or consult the website for information regarding fees.
Applications may be done online via the website.
Students who are studying teaching or prospective education students who require funding, this one is for you. The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) could possibly be able to assist you with your funding needs. If not, we have another option too.
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