Ekurhuleni East TVET College courses offered
With a strong focus on engineering programmes, Kwa-Thema campus boasts the only National Foundry Training Centre in South Africa as well as state-of-the-art Call Centre training facilities in the accredited Contact Centre. The College has cultivated partnerships with local manufacturing companies and businesses viz paper factories, foundries and Samsung which enable artisan students to receive training in:
- Process Plant Operations (Sappi, Kimberley Clark & Mondi)
- Melting, Moulding & Pattern-making (Foundries: SAIF, CSIR & NTFN)
- Refrigeration, ventilation and air-conditioning. This is offered at the Samsung Academy on the premises.
The Campus offers Electrical and Mechanical Engineering in the Report 191 programmes and Electrical, Mechanical, Primary Health and Process Plant Operations in the NCV programmes.
Report 191 (Nated Courses)
With the emphasis on Business Studies, this thriving, modern campus, situated in the heart of Benoni, specialises in programmes for both pre-and-post-Grade 12 students as well as Artisan Development Programmes (N1 to N3 Engineering). The Business Programmes offered are Human Resource Management, Financial Management, Marketing and Management Assistant in the Report 191 qualifications and Office Administration and Management in the NCV qualification.
Artisan Skills Development Centre
The fully-fledged Artisan and Skills Development Centre (ASDC), with its modern, accredited workshops, is set to put EEC in the forefront of artisan training and trade testing in the Civil and Construction trades such as: electrical, plumbing, building, plastering, carpentry, roofing, painting, furniture making, etc. All our Civil Engineering programmes for Levels 2, 3 and 4 are offered on this site. In addition we have an Occupational Programmes Unit offering short courses e.g. in plumbing, furniture making, electrical and welding.
To study Civil Engineering students have to have passed Maths and Science. A pass in Grade 9 is required to enrol for Level 2 and a Grade 12 is a minimum requirement for learnerships and apprenticeships. Students can enrol for Short Skills programmes with a Grade 10.