Get Your Amended Senior Certificate With College SA
Did you not pass or complete your matric? Now you have the opportunity to do so. College SA now offers the Amended Senior Certificate programme. The Amended Senior Certificate is the equivalent to the National Senior Certificate (NSC) also known as matric.
College SA is a Distance Learning Private College that offers Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET).
College SA is Provisionally Registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET).
The college has joined forces with Matric Works to meet the demand for adult matric in South Africa. Now is your chance to get your matric certificate.
Matric Works is an adult matric learning programme for individuals who are over the age of 21 and have not completed their Grade 12.
AMENDED SENIOR CERTIFICATE
The Amended Senior Certificate is a programme that is specifically designed for adults who did not complete or pass their Grade 12.
Almost two-thirds of South African adults have not completed or passed their Grade 12. This means that many of our young adults will struggle to get a job or might not even get a job at all.
To find out more about the Amended Senior Certificate programme offered through College SA, click here.
With the education sector is in dire need of educators to accommodate the high volume of South African students, the need for qualified educators is paramount. In South Africa, there are a number of bursary funds available to support students who would like to enter the education sector.
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