Flavius Mareka TVET College LEARNERSHIPS AND SKILLS PROGRAMMES
LEARNERSHIPS AND SKILLS PROGRAMMES
WHAT IS A LEARNERSHIP?
A learnership is a learning route towards achieving a nationally recognised qualification. It is a structured learningexperience which is a combination of theoretical and workplace learning and is directed towards the achievement ofa South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) registered qualification.
The implementation of a learnership is based on a contract signed by the learner, the employer and training providerand is administered by a SETA. Learners in a learnership programme attend classes with regard the theoretical part of the learnership and gain practical experience while placed in the workplace. The duration of learnership programmes varies between 1-3 years, depending on the programme.
A Learnership qualification consists of the following components:
Fundamentals: Basic educational requirements in a leadership – usually life skills, numeracy and literacy orcommunication skills.
Core: The core skills and knowledge required for a particular qualification
Electives: Specialised areas or the application of the core skills and knowledge in defined work situations
WHAT IS A SKILLS PROGRAMME?
A Skills Programme is a learning programme which is occupationally based and for which a learner may obtain acertain number of credits towards a registered qualification. It includes practical (work-place) experience and addresses the identified needs of a specific industry.
Accredited skills programmes are delivered by an accredited service provider and it is so designed to one or a combination of the following.
Post qualification specialization
Competence in compliance with legislation
Duration: up to 6 months.
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Information is subject to change without any notice.
Ms Adelice Mokoena
Marketing officer and PRO
E-mail address: email@example.com
Telephone: 016 976 0829/0815
Kroonstad and Mphohadi campuses:
Mr Rosh Nekhunguni
Admin Clerk Marketing
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: 056 212 5157/8
Enquiries for Part-time Studies
Engineering Studies Sasolburg Campus
Mr Cornwell Fuzile
Manager: Engineering Part-time Classes
E-mail address: email@example.com
Telephone: 016 976 0829
Ms Palesa Thinyane
Manager for Part-time Classes Business Studies; ICDL and UPP Sasolburg
Tel: 016 976 0829/15
Fax: 016 973 1618
Ms VS Mokuoane
Manager: Part-time Classes and ICDL
Telephone: 056 212 5157
Fax: 056 212 7815
CISCO – IT Essentials
This course is an International Recognised Computer Hardware Course.
- Define Information Technology (IT) and describe the components of a personal computer.
- Describe how to protect oneself, equipment and environment from accidents, damage, and contamination.
- Perform a step by step assembly of a desktop computer and install and navigate an operating system.
- Explain and perform preventative maintenance.
- Explain the steps of the troubleshooting process and perform basic troubleshooting.
- Install and navigate an operating system.
- Upgrade or replace components of laptop, printer, or scanner based on customer needs.
- Configure computers to attach to an existing network.
- Implement basic physical and software security principles.
- Apply good communication skills and professional behaviour while working with customers.
- Assess customer needs, analyze possible configurations and provide solutions or recommendations for hardware, operating systems, networking and security.
FACILITIES AVAILABLE FOR TRAINING:
- Computer laboratory
- Computers with internet connection and also old computers for practical training
- Tools to work with computer components
- POD hubs and switches according to CICSO Specifications
CISCO is supplying registered students with an on-line manual. The manual may be made available on the College intranet (Kroonstad campus only). Textbooks can be procured from bookstores selling academic books.
- IT Technician
- Network Administrator
- IT Essentials will lead to CCNA 1 CCNA 3 Qualification
Hair Dressing NQF Level 2 – 4
The course is a SETA accredited course and is recognized in 42 countries internationally. Flavius Mareka FET College is fully accredited by SERVICES SETA to offer the course.
MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENTS TO THE PROGRAMME
A year- end school report for Grade 9
Must be 16 years
INTERNATIONAL COMPUTER DRIVING LICENCE (ICDL)
Flavius Mareka is a fully accredited service provider for the International Computer Driving License (ICDL) programme – an internationally recognised programme. The programme is offered on a part-time basis. The course content has been updated recently and specific information is not yet available from the developers. As soon as it is available, the College will put the information on its website ? www.flaviusmareka.net
BENEFITS OF HAVING AN IDCL CERTIFICATE
BENEFITS TO THE INDIVIDUAL:
- Provides a springboard to improved job and study prospects
- Provides an internationally recognised qualification
- Increases essential IT skills levels, confidence and reduces stress
- Provides a platform from which to move on to higher-level IT education
- Formal training not a prerequisite
BENEFITS TO EMPLOYER:
- Provides a demonstrable standard for computer skills
- Saves time and money through efficient staff performance
- Corporates have reported a 35% increase in efficiency and less desk support
- Increases job satisfaction, staff motivation and retention of staff
- Improves company communications
- Makes better use of IT resources and provides a greater return on IT investment
– Students must be computer literate. (This course is not aimed at first-time computer users. The Introductory Computer Practice N4 course or a Basic Computer training course on part-time basis is recommended for first time users)
WHO SHOULD ENROL?
– Students who would like to improve their computer skills regarding application programmes such as word processing; spread sheet etc. They attend classes and then write examinations in each module.
– Students with good computer practice skills, but without an accredited certificate. It is possible to write the examinations without attending classes.
COURSE OFFERED AT:
- Sasolburg Business Studies Campus
- Kroonstad Campus
Refer to the College website www.flaviusmareka.net or alternatively enquire at the College
Mr Rosh Nekunguni
Ms Palesa Thinyane
Enquiries Kroonstad Campus:
PLEASE NOTE THAT PROGRAMMES ARE ONLY OFFERED IF A SUFFICIENT NUMBER OF STUDENTS ENROL.