Ekurhuleni West is a public TVET College situated in the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality in Gauteng Province in South Africa. It was established in terms of the Further Education and Training Act, Act No .98 of 1998. "Ekurhuleni" - means place of peace in Xitsonga. "Ekurhuleni" was taken from the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality.
The Ekurhuleni West tvet college aspires to equip students with knowledge and skills by offering appropriate, quality, education and training programmes in order to empower students to readily obtain employment or become self-employed.
Ekurhuleni West mission
Ekurhuleni West College has six (6) campuses:
Kathorus (in Katlehong/ Vosloorus/ Thokoza) Campus
Kempton (in Kempton Park) and Tembisa Campus
EKURHULENI WEST COLLEGE STUDY PROGRAMMES
NATED COURSES (Semester Courses)
N4 - N6 Business Management
N4 - N6 Financial Management
N4 - N6 Management Assistant
N4 - N6 Human Resources Management
N4 - N6 Marketing Management
N3 - N6: Electrical Engineering (Heavy Current)
N3 - N6: Electronic Engineering (Light Current)
N3 - N6: Mechanical Engineering
N3 - N6: Avionics
NCV (National Certificate Vocational) COURSES
Finance, Economics and Accounting L2-4
Office Administration L2-4
Transport & Logistics L2-4
Civil Engineering and Building Construction L2-4
Electrical Infrastructure Construction L2-4
Engineering and Related Design L2-4
IT and Computer Science L2-4
HOW TO APPLY AT EKURHULENI WEST TVET ONLINE
THERE ARE TWO IMPORTANT PROCESSES TO COMPLETE WHEN APPLYING FOR A COURSE AT EW COLLEGE:
YOU FIRST NEED TO DO YOUR PLACEMENT TEST.
STEPS TO APPLY ONLINE
Step 1: Click here to apply, accept the application rules and click "continue"
Step 2: Capture your biographical information and click "next" to proceed with your application;
Step 3: Capture results details then add subjects and click "next";
Step 4: Capture educational institution detail and click "next";
Step 5: Capture academic application details (choose 2 choices/programmes you wish to apply for), click on "add qualification" and thereafter click "next";
Step 6: Verify/Check your application details then click "continue";
Step 7: Create your 5 digit PIN (e.g 24689), click "I accept"(twice) checkbox thereafter click "Submit Application";
Step 8: Upload your documents, select "yes" on the dropdown list if all your documents are ready to be uploaded and then click "next";
Step 9: Click "Load/View Document" >> "Upload document" >> "Choose/Browse file" go to the folder where your documents are stored, choose the relevant document and click "save";
Step 10: Once all documents have been uploaded click "complete upload";
Step 11: Confirmation Page, end of application
GENERAL SA TVET COLLEGE INFORMATION
GENERAL SA TVET COLLEGES ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
In order to apply for nated courses in tvet colleges you need to have passed your grade 12 or your intro N4 course.
To enter N4 – Intro N4 and or Grade 12
To enter N5 – N4 Certificate
To enter N6 – N5 Certificate
To apply for a National N-Diploma – N6 Certificate plus 2 000 hours of practical experience in industry (to be logged in a prescribed logbook).
inorder to apply for ncv courses in tvet colleges you need to have passed your
Grade 9 for entry into Level 2
Passed ITEC Level 2 for entry into Level 3
Passed ITEC Level 3 for entry into Level 4
In order to appy for N1-3 courses you need to meet the following requirements.
N1: Minimum of Grade 11 and you must be registered as an apprentice with a company.
N2: N1 or equivalent
N3: N2 or equivalent
SA TVET COLLEGES COURSE DURATION
After completion of the N4 – N6 Certificates students need to complete 18 months in industry/practical before qualifying for National N-Diploma through the department of Higher Education and Training.
No application fee is required when applying in tvet colleges.
TVET COLLEGES OPENING AND CLOSING DATES
Tvet colleges open through out the year at different times for second trimester, semester and the following year. It is important to keep visiting college websites to stay updated on their opening and closing dates as they vary.