Flavius Mareka TVET College Campuses
The campus is based in Sasolburg and comprises two sites. At the Business Studies site students can enrol on a full-time basis for Report 191 N4 – N6 courses, as well as for various business –related NC(V) courses. Part-time classes in subjects such as Computer Practice N4 – N6, ICDL and Human Resource Management are also offered.
At the Engineering Studies site, classes are offered in Report 191 N4 – N6 courses and NC(V) Level 2 – 4 courses. Students can also enrol for classes on a part-time basis (afternoon and evening) in Report 191 N3 – N6 courses.
The campus furthermore offers bridging courses (Career Prep) in collaboration with the University of Free State in Bloemfontein. Enquiries: Ms Palesa Thinyane (manager for Career Prep at Sasolburg Campus)
The campus has various halls that can seat between 100 and 300 people. The halls are often fully booked well in advance for weddings, workshops and other functions. Bookings for conference facilities: contact Ms Alinda de Witt at the campus.
The sports facilities at Sasolburg campus make provision for sporting codes such as soccer; tennis; hockey, bowls, basket ball and volley ball. Golfers can practice at the golfing range, where-as club members remain fit in the two newly upgraded squash courts. Enquiries: contact Mr. Mxolisi Magwa (sport officer) at the campus.
The campus is based in Kroonstad and offers various NC(V) and Report 191 courses on full-time basis. Part-time classes in subjects such as Computer Practice N4 – N6 and Human Resource Management are offered, as well as training in ICDL.
The campus has an air-conditioned hall that can seat 250 people (table settings) and 500 people (meetings) and it is often booked for weddings, workshops and other functions. Bookings for conference facilities can be made at Ms Dalene Venter, Acting Administration Head.
The campus is located in Maokeng, Kroonstad. From this campus, a variety of learnerships and skills programmes are offered through-out the Free State Province. On campus, skills training is provided to members of the community in among others beading, weaving, paper mache, clothing, basic cookery and Hair Care. Skills training to disabled members of the community is offered on the campus in collaboration with Iketsetseng Self-help Association for the Disabled.
The campus has a hall that can seat 250 people and it is often booked for weddings, workshops and other functions. Bookings for the hall can be made at Ms Menge Khumalo at the campus.