Shalom Technical College

Registration Number

2019/FE07/028

Shalom Technical College aims to promote excellence in the South African Education and Training sector; with emphasis on the effective use of modern technology, technically qualified personnel in line with international best practice, and to be a top professional service provider, known for our creative, innovative and organizational skills.

Qualifications offered
  • Engineering Studies
  • Business Studies
  • Professional Studies
  • Information Technology
  • Safety and Security (Policing & Paralegal Studies)
  • Teachers’ Training (ECD & Educare)
  • Artisan and Skills Development programs (Learnership & Apprenticeship)
  • Skilled Trades Programs

Fees:

Consult their website or visit their campus for information regarding fees.

Campuses:

  • Johannesburg
  • Kew Campus, City of Johannesburg
  • Vereeniging Campus

Applications:

Applications may take place online via their website.

Type of education institution
Private College
Qualification Types
National Certificate

Institution Location

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