Midlands Community College

Registration Number

2008 / 017527 / 08

Midlands Community College is a vibrant non-profit educational centre situated in Nottingham Road in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands. The College was established in 1981 in response to the need to provide quality education to all South Africans. We help very young children, youth and adults to realise their full potential through our two Centres of Excellence:

  • Mathematics, Science and Technology Programme
  • Early Childhood Development Programme

 

Annually we touch the lives of over 10 000 beneficiaries in the Early Childhood Development sector and the Mathematics, Science and Technology sector.

Qualifications offered

 

We offer the following full-time, 1 year courses from our campus in the beautiful KZN Midlands:

Maths, Science & Technology Upgrade Programme

Get a second chance at your Grade 12. The only requirement is that you have written your Grade 12 examinations, either at IEB or DBE between 2018 and 2020. Take a year off to rewrite and get access to tertiary education.

Now enrolling for 2021

A qualification in Early Childhood Development

Get qualified in Early Childhood Development with the Further Education and Training Certificate, accredited by the ETDPSETA. Work in a playschool / ECD centre, work as an aupair, a day mother or even open your own pre-school.

Now enrolling for 2021

Find out more information by clicking here.

CONTACT US:

Phone & E-mail

Phone: 033 2666 588

In case of emergency call  please call 082 489 1308
Fax: 33 2666 556
admissions@midlandscommunitycollege.co.za

Type of education institution
Private College
Qualification Types
FET Certificate

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