College of Cape Town The forward-looking college has a history dating back to the early 20th century.
Louis van Niekerk, Principal of the College of Cape Town
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The College is a public Technical and Vocational Education & Training (T VET) College, under the Department of Higher Education an d Tr ainin g . Qualifications offered are accredited, affordable and quality assured by Umalusi, various SETAs and SAQA.
Location of facilities The College is situated in the central area of the Peninsula. The central office is located in Salt River, and the College of Cape Town also has three residences. It has eight campuses located in: • Athlone • Cape Town city centre • Crawford • Gardens • Guguletu • Pinelands • Thornton • Wynberg
Description of 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 in high demand by commerce and industry.
Support services Students at the College may access a variety of support services to assist them within coping with problems and difficulties, whether personal or academic. These services are provided free of charge and include: • Counselling • Academic support • Health education workshops • Assistance in applying for loans (loans are not supplied directly by the College)
Students are able to pursue a range of courses in the following disciplines: • Art and Design • Beauty Therapy • Building and Civil Engineering • Business Studies • Education and Training WESTERN CAPE BUSINESS 2017
Electrical Engineering Hair Care Hospitality Information Technology Mechanical Engineering Travel and Tourism