Benefits Of Studying An NC(V): ICT Qualification With False Bay TVET College


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Embarking on an IT career through the NC(V) programme not only opens doors to a world of innovation and earning potential but also provides a solid foundation for success in the ever-evolving field of information technology. 
 


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As businesses continue to embrace digital transformation, the need for skilled IT professionals has never been higher, making a vocational programme an intriguing choice for individuals looking for a rewarding and future-proof career.

In the fast-paced and technology-driven world of today, a specialised National Certificate (Vocational) at NQF Level 4 in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) at False Bay TVET College can open doors to endless career opportunities. 

ICT is a blanket term encompassing all the technologies and services involved in Computing, Data Management, Telecommunications Provision, and the Internet.

Careers Portal had a chat with Susan Mhakure, who is the Campus Manager at False Bay College's Fish Hoek Campus and she explained:

These technologies all deal with the transmission and reception of information of some kind. ICT permeates all aspects of life, providing newer, better, and quicker ways for people to interact, network, seek help, gain access to information, and learn.

The NC(V) ICT programme not only provides a gateway into the 21st century but also equips students with practical skills, applied competence, and theoretical knowledge essential for employment in this dynamic field.

One of the key aspects that make IT an attractive career path is its innovative nature. The field thrives on creativity and problem-solving, encouraging individuals to think outside the box. As an IT professional, your ability to innovate is highly valued, making it a fulfilling and intellectually stimulating career choice.

Why A Careers In IT Makes Sense

Several IT careers boast high earning potential. From roles such as Data Capturer and Desktop Support Technician to Help Desk Assistant and Trainee Computer Programmer, the NC(V) ICT programme provides a diverse skill set that aligns with the demands of the modern job market. 

The versatility of IT skills allows professionals to explore opportunities across various industries, contributing to the widespread use of technology in today's businesses.

IT professionals are not confined to a specific industry. With technology becoming an integral part of every sector, IT experts are in demand across diverse fields, including manufacturing automation, vehicle autonomy, security device hardware, infrastructure automation, and the Internet of Things (IoT). 

This flexibility ensures that IT specialists can find employment in areas aligned with their interests and expertise.

The IT industry is also expanding rapidly, becoming an integral part of our daily lives and business operations. Businesses across the globe rely on IT to stay competitive and innovative. Choosing IT as a career path ensures that individuals are entering a field with a promising future, where continuous learning and adaptation are key components of success.

Benefits Of False Bay’s NC(V) Programme 

The NC(V) programmes are designed to provide students with a focused and practical education, starting after Grade 9. These programmes offer a perfect mix of theoretical knowledge and hands-on experience, aligning students with the skills required for their chosen career paths.

One significant advantage of vocational training is the opportunity for learning both in the classroom and on the job. This approach not only enhances academic knowledge but also equips students with practical skills that are directly applicable in the workplace.

Entry Requirements And Options

To enrol in the NC(V) ICT programme, students need a Grade 9 Certificate or an equivalent NQF Level 1 qualification. The programme is offered full-time at False Bay College's Fish Hoek and Khayelitsha Campus. 

The NC(V) qualification is also recognized by the Department of Higher Education, and should you meet the eligibility requirements, you can apply for a bursary too.

Grade 12 students can apply for this qualification, and they may also explore other IT programmes like Cisco CCNA or higher certificate programmes offered in partnership with institutions like CPUT.

How To Apply 

Applying for the NC(V) programme is a straightforward process. 

Prospective students can apply online through the False Bay TVET College website, They will be required to submit a certified copy of their ID, proof of address, and their highest qualification obtained. 

Their application will be evaluated by the Selection Committee, and if eligible, students can also apply for a NSFAS bursary to support their education.

More About NSFAS 

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) bursary is provided to eligible students enrolled in approved courses at universities and Technical and Vocational Education Training (TVET) colleges. Yes, NSFAS provides bursaries to students enrolled in approved programmes at False Bay TVET College. 

NSFAS 2024 applications are open. But don't wait too long to apply for NSFAS funding, applications will close soon. 

APPLY TO FALSE BAY TVET COLLEGE NOW

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Prospective students may apply for placement for the 2024 academic year today. Applications may be done online via the college website.








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