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PROFILE

College of Cape Town for TVET The College is a public Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) College, under the Department of Higher Education and Training. Qualifications offered are accredited, affordable and quality assured by Umalusi, various SETAs and SAQA.

Mission

in high demand by commerce and industry. The College is also a Centre of Specialisation for Plumbing and Automotive Motor Mechanic trades, as well as an accredited trade test centre for numerous trades.

We are committed to being an institution of excellence that develops the potential of clients through quality education and training in response to the skills development needs of the country.

Facilities

Vision

The College is situated in the central area of the Peninsula with campuses located in Athlone, City centre, Crawford, Gardens, Guguletu, Pinelands, Thornton and Wynberg. The Central Office is located in Salt River, Cape Town. The College of Cape Town also has three residences.

College of Cape Town will be the preferred provider of Technical and Vocational Education and Training.

Educational offerings The College is a leading provider of education and training in mainly the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) band and has much to offer students and prospective partners as an alternative to Basic and Higher Education and Training. Qualifications include skills programmes, technical, vocational and occupational training that lead to recognised, accredited qualifications that are

CONTACT DETAILS Key contact people: Louis van Niekerk, Principal Wilfred Jackson, Chief Financial Officer Deon Halls, Acting Deputy Principal: Innovation & Development Tel: +27 21 404 6700 | 086 010 3682 Fax: +27 21 404 6701 | 086 615 0582 Email: info@cct.edu.za Physical address: 334 Albert Road, Salt River, Cape Town 7945 Postal address: PO Box 1054, Cape Town 8000 Website: www.cct.edu.za

WESTERN CAPE BUSINESS 2019

Key facts and figures The College of Cape Town is the oldest Technical and Vocational Education and Training Institution in South Africa with a proud history dating back to the beginning of the 20th century. Four former technical colleges, Athlone College, Cape College, Sivuyile College and Western Province Technical College, were officially merged on 1 February 2002 to become the College of Cape Town. • No of staff: 760 • No of registered students: 15 398 Faculties: Art and Design, Beauty Therapy, Building and Civil Engineering, Business Studies, Education and Training, Electrical Engineering, Haircare, Hospitality, Information and Communication Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Travel and Tourism. Qualifications offered: Certificates, Higher Certificates, Diplomas, UNISA B.Ed Degree (Foundation Phase), Skills Programmes, Learnerships, Accredited Trade Test Centre.

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Western Cape Business 2019  

A unique guide to business, investment and tourism in the Western Cape. The 2019 edition of Western Cape Business is the 12th issue of this...

Western Cape Business 2019  

A unique guide to business, investment and tourism in the Western Cape. The 2019 edition of Western Cape Business is the 12th issue of this...

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