Elsenburg Agriculture Training Institute Admission or Entry Requirement

Elsenburg Agriculture Training Institute Admission or Entry Requirement

 Elsenburg Agriculture Training Institute  B. Agric Degree Admission Requirement

Admission requirements: National Senior Certificate; 4 (50-59%) in 4 recommended university admission subjects: Afrikaans/English and Maths/*Maths literacy and Physical, Life or Agricultural Sciences & one of the following: business studies, Dramatic arts, economics, geography, history, religious studies, information technology, engineering graphics and design, music, accountancy, consumer studies, visual arts, languages. *5 (60-69%) Maths literacy

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Elsenburg Agriculture Training Institute Higher Certificate in Agriculture

Admission requirements:

National Senior Certificate; 3 (40-49%) in 4 recom­mended university admission subjects: Afrikaans/ English and Maths/*Maths literacy and Physical, Life or Agricultural Sciences and one of the subjects mentioned for the B. Agric programme. *Maths literacy on 4(50-59%).

 

Elsenburg Agriculture Training Institute Diploma in Agriculture: Cellar Technology

Admission requirements: Higher Certificate with Oenology as a major sub­ject (NQF 5).

B. Agric with Oenology up to second year level

Elsenburg Agriculture Training Institute Diploma in Agriculture

Admission requirements:

Higher Certificate in Agriculture

 

Elsenburg Agriculture Training Institute Diploma in Extension

Admission requirements: Higher Certificate in Agriculture or an equivalent qualification. Also suitable for extension officers in disciplines other than agriculture, e.g. nature conservation, health, social services, etc.

Elsenburg Agriculture Training Institute Equine Studies

Assessment requirement:  Successful completion of modules 1-3.

Candidates will ride a trained horse on the flat and over jumps of up to 0.85m. Teach a group of leaners showing control and the ability to teach the basic position on the flat and over fences. How to apply the aids to communicate with the horse, and complete a written paper on the theory of teaching. Present a log book of 25 hours of teaching practise. A log book of riding lessons received, both these books to be signed off by a registered and qualified instructor.

 

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