King Hintsa TVET College
About King Hintsa TVET College
The King Hintsa TVET College is a merger of former Centane Technical College, Teko Technical College, H.B. Tsengwa Technical College and Idutywa Satellite formerly known as Idutywa Community College.
This King Hintsa TVET College is situated in the South Eastern Region of the Eastern Cape. The Central Administration Office is at N2 Mthatha road, Butterworth next to WSU (Butterworth campus).
The college is spread between the two Local Municipality with two campuses Centane ,Teko and Admin Centre situated in Mnquma Local Municipality. Dutywa and HB Tsengwa Campuses are situated in Mbashe Local Municipality. College campuses are at a radius of + – 60 KM apart .
The college offers NC (V), Report 191 and Skills Development programs at different Campuses. The King Hintsa TVET College is well known for educating adults, out of school youth and project linked trainees ranging from learners with a low academic background to those who have had opportunities to enhance their educational level.
The King Hintsa TVET College is trying to address the socio-economic needs of the broader community, through innovation and delivery of responsive programmes.
King Hintsa TVET College Campuses And Programmes Offered
King Hintsa TVET College Applications For Admission
Application Form [click here]
NSFAS Applications for 2018
Applications are now open for. Visit the NSFAS website to apply.
DOE TVET College Bursary Scheme
Department of Higher Education and Training bursaries are available for National Certificate Vocational courses and Report 191 (NATED or ‘N’) courses at public TVET Colleges to students who meet the criteria. These bursaries are not loans. The bursaries are administered by the National Student Financial Aid Service (NSFAS).
Through the bursary scheme the Department of Education provides access to vocational education and training at public TVET Colleges for talented students to assist them in the payment of fees.
The requirements for the TVET Colleges Bursary Scheme are:
- South African Citizenship
- Enrolled or intending to enroll at a Public TVET College
- In need of financial assistance
- Able to demonstrate potential for academic success
You can DOWNLOAD the NSFAS Bursary Application Form at www.nsfas.org.za
The TVET College sector has a growing role to play in the provision of the intermediate to higher-level skills required to support economic growth and development, and the King Hintsa TVET College firmly believes that these bursaries will contribute to skills development.
The bursary applications will be processed using a strict evaluation system controlled by NSFAS.
Additionally you will have to:
- Provide all required documentation and evidence in full.
- Complete an NSFAS agreement, subject to their approval.
Who receives funds?
Successful applicants will have the funds paid directly to the College on their behalf. The students receive no payment themselves.
The means test have established a set of norms that are incorporated within their official bursary evaluation system. The exact terms of this are confidential and it takes a variety of factors into account. Since the criteria above are weighted by the system, and personal hardship (for which documentation is required) is taken into account, rather apply than try to guess the outcome.
- Certified copy of id/birth certificate or passport.
- Certified copy of senior certificate or equivalent. If still in grade 12, marks obtained in grade 11 together with most recent grade 12 marks. If you attend any college, an original academic record and a certificate or certified copies of other certificates obtained previously.
- NCV: evidence of grade 9 as a highest grade passed certified copy of id / birth certificate and certified copies of parent’s id or Guardian, where applicable.
- International students: certified copies of passport, study permit and evaluation certificate from SAQA (were necessary).
- Fees as per policy of the institution in collaboration with DHET.
- Application Form, Bursary Form and CAS data Form
- Programme with steps for registration
- Check list
- Code of conduct
- Information on selection and placement assessment and dates
- Instructions to fill in biographical data
- Staff members posted here must man an enquiry desk with full knowledge of campus offerings, minimum requirements for courses, etc.
- At enquires desk students will be advised on how to obtain outstanding documents.
- The enquiry desk must keep records of those they helped and how they have been helped.
- Information about accommodation in different campuses
- Hostel rules and regulations
Handing Application Forms
- The students may now fill in their final choices.
- They will then approach the SSS with the completed documents.
- Once the SSS has approved of the forms being filled in correctly, the student may then go on to the registration process.
Administration of Psychometric Test
- One SSS officer explains the placement tool and its purpose, also explains the whole process from writing the placement quiz up to the final stage when they have been given their student packs.
- Students should be ushered into the venue according to computers/seats available.
- Once the placement test for success tool has been complete the results are to be filled in on a data form.
Bursary and Means Test
- All bursary processes are explained to students by the bursary officer.
- Bursary will be allocated to deserving students through means test.
- Once the students have been placed to the relevant career choices through PACE test.
- The students can proceed to register.
King Hintsa TVET College Contact Details
218 Mthatha Road , Next To WSU Ibika | Call : +27 47 401 6400 | email@example.com