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					                             E&OE. December 2010
Prospectus




 info.elangeni@feta.gov.za
      www.efet.co.za
                 VISION, MISSION AND VALUES

              Vision

            To be a self-reliant Further Education and Training College that provides meaningful
           Education and Training.



        Mission

       Through a shared vision, the College will develop centres of excellence, and partnerships that will
      enable the provision of a core business that adheres to the philosophy of FET Colleges.



     Values

    We are committed to: Integrity; Respect; Honesty; Transparency; Accountability; Loyalty; Strong
    Work Ethic; and Continuous Improvement.




    MESSAGE FROM THE COLLEGE COUNCIL CHAIRPERSON

    As Elangeni FET College, we commit ourselves to provide excellent service to all our stakeholders, by
    investing in our youth and the previously disadvantaged personnel through integrated practical and
    theoretical skills and thus equipping them with self-employment opportunities and sustainable
    livelihoods, with the anticipation of bridging the gap between the haves and the have-nots. We work
    diligently to make our College accessible to those in need of our service and we endeavour to work
     together tirelessly in unity to make South Africa a better country for all.



      COLLEGE COUNCIL CHAIRPERSON

       Mr SW Mshengu




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MESSAGE FROM THE COLLEGE RECTOR
I am deeply honoured to present Elangeni College       “Support staff are at work, on
                                                       ?
to prospective students and stakeholders.      The     time, everyday supporting the
College prides itself in having highly qualified and   provision of quality public
dedicated staff, including dedicated Student           education, and serving all citizens
Support Services personnel, who continuously           of this country with honour and
provide quality education and training to all          pride”.
students of the College.
                                                       “Managers
                                                       ? are at work, on time,
Just as South Africans will enjoy the legacy of the    everyday providing leadership,
2010 world cup for many generations to come, the       management and necessary
college commits itself to providing students with a    resources for the provisioning of
legacy of quality public education that ensures a      quality public education and training”.
better life for all.
                                                       One of the pillars of any developmental
The only prize we can give our valued students is      state is the willingness of its youth to
quality service that will equip them to play a         take charge of their future by allowing
meaningful role in the economic growth of the          themselves to get quality education and
country and provide a better life for them.            respecting the authority of the institution
                                                       at all times. This is a prerequisite for a
The College has adopted the following non-
                                                       people-centred environment and the
negotiables as pronounced by the President of the
                                                       extension of loving the country and its
Country. In this regard we will ensure that:
                                                       people, will start by taking pride in your
“Lecturers
? are at work on time everyday, are in                 work, fellow students, staff of the college
class on time, there is no abuse of learners and       and the College itself.
they are well-prepared for their lectures and
                                                       The College views the students as our
delivering quality education and training”.
                                                       primary clients who determine the
                                                       existence of the College. Giving quality
                                                       service is not an option, but a must. I
                                                       personally, take pride in having
                                                       students of your calibre in the near
                                                       future.     We look forward to
                                                       welcoming you to the Elangeni
                                                       family and trust that we will be able
                                                       to assist in your academic and
                                                       personal development.



                                                       COLLEGE RECTOR

                                                       Mr SM Mbili

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         CONTACT DETAILS

      CENTRAL OFFICE
      15 Portsmouth Road
     Pinetown, 3600
    Private Bag X9032
    Pinetown, 3610




             Inanda Campus                  KwaDabeka Campus
           131 of Street 108812             140 Khululeka Road

                 Inanda                           Clermont
     Tel: 031-5190933 / 071 602 3404   Tel: 031-7110313 / 071 602 3409




            KwaMashu Campus                Mpumalanga Campus

              F5 Malandela Road             280 Shezi Main Road

                  KwaMashu                      Mpumalanga

               Tel: 031 - 503 9708           Tel: 031 – 771 0148




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                                           CONTACT DETAILS

                                                     CENTRAL OFFICE
                                                     Tel: 031 – 716 6700
                                                     Fax: 031 – 716 6777
                                                info.elangeni@feta.gov.za
                                                            www.efet.co.za




         Ndwedwe Campus                          Ntuzuma Campus

           P100 Main Road                          Ithendele Drive

              Ndwedwe                                 Ntuzuma

          Tel: 074 5829 178                      Tel: 031 - 509 1924




          Pinetown Campus                          Qadi Campus

           38 Bamboo Lane                       Zulu Reserve Road

               Pinetown                            Botha's Hill

         Tel: 031 – 702 3260                   Tel: 031 – 777 1742



          Accommodation:

A ladies’ hostel is available on Campus.

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                  WHO ARE WE?
                As a public Further Education
              and Training (FET) provider,             Enrolment forms must be accompanied by proof of
             Elangeni College for FET strives to       payment of the non-refundable registration fee (and the
            be a self-reliant Further Education        relevant minimum deposit as stipulated). Cash is not
           and Training College that provides          accepted on the premises. Please bring a certified copy
          meaningful education and training.           of your ID and latest school report or certificate for
          This will equip you with the                 enrolment purposes. Course fees are payable strictly in
         qualifications and skills to start out on a   advance. All courses are subject to student numbers.
        chosen career path.
                                                       Elangeni FET College (previously know as Sivananda
         With Elangeni College, support is given to    FET College) came about after the merger of three
         Life Long Learning and students are           previous public technical colleges in 2002:
        taught by trained assessors and
                                                       Pinetown
                                                       ?Technical College
       moderators that ensure quality delivery in
                                                       Sivananda
                                                       ? Technical College (KwaMashu)
       an assortment of subject fields. The
      programmes offered are customised and            Ntuzuma Technical College
                                                       ?

      responsive to the needs of learners and
     industry; the careers they encourage are          In the interim, the College has grown with the addition of
    essential for the economic upliftment of the       new campuses:
    South African economy. An FET vocational           Qadi (Botha's Hill)
                                                       ?
    programme will equip you for a successful          Mpumalanga
                                                       ?
    career in an industry that has great need for
                                                       Ndwedwe
                                                       ?
    your practical skills, experience and
                                                       KwaDabeka
                                                       ?
    knowledge.
                                                       Inanda
                                                       ?
    FET Colleges play a key role in the economic
                                                       Ntuzuma, KwaMashu and Inanda Campuses fall into
    empowerment of people by providing
                                                       the Inanda, Ntuzuma, Kwamashu (INK) Area Based
    relevant education and training; with six
                                                       Management and Development area. With almost half
    campuses throughout Durban, Elangeni
                                                       a million residents on 9423 hectares it constitutes one of
     College provides integrated theoretical
                                                       the largest conglomerations of low income residential
     and practical experience to the
                                                       areas in the whole of South Africa.
     community. Make the right choice now and
      get your future on track!                        With the exception of Pinetown campus, all of the other
                                                       campuses fall into peri – urban areas characterized by:
      Student Support Services are available
                                                       Unemployment that is above the national average
                                                       ?
      to our students.         These include:
       Academic Support, Tutorials, Bursary            High illiteracy rates
                                                       ?

       Assistance, Career Guidance,                    Single parent [female] families
                                                       ?

        Counselling and Life-skills programmes.        Large segment of the population in the 18 – 30 year
                                                       ?
        Please contact your Campus Student             category
         Liaison Officer (SLO) for assistance.
                                                       Pinetown Campus is situated in an urban area, but
           Students may pre-register at the end        attracts students from various surrounding
            of the year for the following academic     communities.
             year or during the set enrolment
                                                       A ladies’ hostel is available on Pinetown Campus.
              period at the beginning of the           Please enquire with the campus for more details.
                academic year. Students are
                 urged to enrol as early as                An ISO 9001 and OSHAS 18001 Certified
                  possible to secure their                               Organisation.
                                                       The first educational institution in the country to
6                   position with the college.          achieve simultaneous dual SABS certification.
                                                  STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES (SSS)
                                                                 Selection
                                                                 ? and placement into
                                                                 appropriate programmes
                                                                  Students
                                                                 ? code of conduct signed
                                              Pre-entry          at registration
                                                                  Induction
                                                                 ? and orientation for all
                   Student Support Services

                                                                 new students
                                                                 ?Career guidance and counseling

                                                                  Academic
                                                                 ? Support: Tutorial
                                                                 systems, libraries, job readiness
                                                                 programmes, winter school, maths
                                                                 excellency
                                                                 ?Extra-curricular and cultural
                                              On course          activities: e.g. Soccer, netball,
                                                                 volleyball, Ms/Mr Elangeni, reading
                                                                 competitions and SRC involvement
                                                                  Personal
                                                                 ? support: Life skills,
                                                                 counselling, peer education, health
                                                                 and wellness

                                                                 HE articulation assistance
                                                                 ?
                                                                 Employment assistance (industry
                                                                 ?
                                               At exit           links)
                                                                   Internship
                                                                 ? placement
                                                                 ? Alumni Association




                                                                                                FINANCIAL AID
NCV FINANCIAL AID
                                                                         the course of study.
Financial Aid is available (through the DoE bursary scheme,              The applicant
                                                                         ?                   must produce ALL THE
NSFAS) to qualifying National Certificate Vocational Students.           REQUIRED documents such as, proof of highest
Specific terms and conditions apply and students need to                 qualifications, household income, residence, ID
adhere to all requirements and submit the relevant application           document and any supporting documents.
                                                                         ?Only original, signed and fully completed
form, accompanied by the supporting documentation, before
                                                                         application forms shall be considered for a
the set closing date (end March).                                        bursary.
                                                                         ?Bursary allocations for colleges are based on
Terms                                                                    NC(V) enrolments and approved programmes.
All SFA applications shall be considered subject to the
?
                                                                          Allocation
                                                                         ? of the bursaries is based on the
availability of funds.                                                   administration of the Means Test and evidence
A bursary
?is not a right, but a privilege.
The bursary is aimed at assisting the financially needy and
?
                                                                         thereof should be provided.
                                                                         ?The bursaries should be awarded on the basis
academically deserving students.
The applicant must meet the admission requirements of
?                                                                        of approved and signed Schedule of
NC(V) programme at Elangeni College and be enrolled on a                 Particulars.
full time basis.
?The College's decision is final and no correspondence on the            COLLEGE FINANCIAL AID
matter shall be entertained.
                                                                         Financial Aid for all programmes is available
Conditions                                                               through the college financial aid scheme, to
 Minimum
? of 80% class attendance is required. All                               qualifying non-NCV college students. Only
absenteeism must be substantiated by relevant
                                                                         registered students at Elangeni College will
documentation.
? who were awarded bursaries for NC(V) Levels 2
 Applicants                                                              be considered and all applications are
and 3 and who have performed well academically in the                    subject to the availability of funds. Terms
previous year and progressed to the next level, are                      and conditions apply.
guaranteed bursaries for NC(V) level 3 and level 4 in the
following year. This is subject to the student's financial               For more information on Financial Aid
situation not having improved. The student will have to                  available (through the College, DoE or
complete and submit all required forms.                                  other), the SSS unit or the campus
?NC(V) Level 2, 3 and Level 4 students who were awarded                  Student Liaison Officer (SLO) may be
bursaries and did not get promotion to NC(V) Level 3 and                 contacted.
Level 4 respectively, will not be awarded bursaries to repeat
NC(V) Level 2, Level 3 and Level 4.
 The student
? and/or parent/guardian will be responsible for the
immediate repayment of the bursary if the student abandons                                                                 7
                                                      NATIONAL CERTIFICATE (VOCATIONAL)




    WHAT IS THE NCV?
                                                           successful completion of each level of study. Ideally students
    Public FET Colleges now offer a new, exciting,         should complete all three levels and thereby complete the full
    modern and relevant range of vocational                level 4 qualification.
    programmes known as the National Certificate
    (Vocational). These programmes are high skills,        W H I C H S U B J E C T S M A K E U P A N AT I O N A L
     high quality and high knowledge programmes            CERTIFICATE?
     introduced nationally in 2007 and are intended        In order to obtain an NCV, a student is required to take a total
      to directly respond to the priority skills demands   of seven subjects. These include three FUNDAMENTAL
       of the modern economy.                              (English, Maths/Maths Literacy & Life Orientation) subjects
                                                           and four VOCATIONAL subjects, of which 3 are compulsory
      The NCV is currently offered at levels 2, 3 and
                                                           and 1 is optional. The seven subjects will complete the
      4 of the National Qualifications Framework
                                                           qualification at each level. If available, the student may take
       (NQF). The NCV is designed to provide both
                                                           an extra language.
        the theory and practice. The practical
         component of study may be offered in a real       WHAT IS THE MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENT FOR
          workplace environment or in a simulated          NQF LEVEL 2?
          workplace environment. It provides
                                                           The minimum entry requirement
           students with an opportunity to experience
                                                           is a Grade 9 pass (or equivalent).
            work situations during the period of study.
                                                           However, the NCV programmes
              WHAT IS THE DURATION OF THE                  a r e v e r y
              QUALIFICATION?                               challenging and
                                                           are ideally suited
                 The NCV qualification is a full year
                                                           to students with
                  programme at each of the NQF
                                                           a higher existing
                   levels of study.    A student is
                                                           qualification.
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                A SUMMARY OF THE PROGRAMMES AVAILABLE




                                                                                                                          Mpumalanga
                                                                                                   KwaDabeka
      FULL TIME PROGRAMMES




                                                                                                               KwaMashu


                                                                                                                                       Ndwedwe


                                                                                                                                                           Pinetown
                                                                                                                                                 Ntuzuma
                                                                                          Inanda




                                                                                                                                                                      Qadi
      NATIONAL CERTIFICATE (VOCATIONAL)
      Civil Engineering Construction
      Electrical Infrastructure Construction
      Engineering & Related Design
      Finance, Economics & Accounting
      Hospitality
      IT & Computer Science
      Office Administration
      Primary Agriculture
      Tourism

      Business Management




      Management Assistant

      OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAMMES
                                                                                                                                                                             * Compulsory in-service training required.
      Certificate in General Travel (NQF 5)*
      Diploma in Retail Travel (NQF 5)*
      Certificate in Food & Beverage Management (NQF 4)*
      Diploma in Food & Beverage Management (NQF 5)*
      Certificate in Professional Cooking (NQF 4)*
      Diploma in Professional Cooking (NQF 5)*
      Community House Building (NQF 2)
      SKILLS PROGRAMMES
      Bricklaying
      Basic Computer Skills
      Carpentry
      Catering & Food Preparation
      Domestic Electrical
      Electrical
      Motor Vehicle Repairs
      Panelbeating & Spraypainting
      Plumbing & Drain Laying
      Refrigeration
      Welding
 All programmes are campus-specific and subject to student numbers. Please note that no cash is accepted on our premises. Bank
                    details will be provided with registration. A ladies’ hostel is available at Pinetown Campus.

Elangeni College is an ISO 9001 and OSHAS 18001 certified organisation.

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                   OVERVIEW OF PROGRAMMES
                Elangeni College for Further Education and Training offers a variety of exciting courses. Regrettably,
               not all programmes are available from the various campuses. Our courses are campus-specific and
              should be confirmed with the campus that you wish to enroll with prior to doing so.

            NATIONAL CERTIFICATE VOCATIONAL

          LEVEL: National Qualifications Framework Level 2, 3 and 4

         DURATION: 1 year per level (full time); 3 years in total

        COMMENCEMENT: January

       QUALIFICATION ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
      For entry into the National Certificate (Vocational) at NQF Level 2, you require:
       A year end
      ? school report for Grade 9 (pass) or higher; or
      An NQF Level 1 Qualification; or
      ?
     ?An abridged programme designed for the specific purpose to access NQF Level 2; or
     ?A Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) assessment to meet the basic requirements for access to NQF
     Level 2.

     CIVIL ENGINEERING AND BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

     EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: Plumbing, Carpentry, Masonry and Tiling, Architectural Technology, Town
     Planning, Quantity Surveying, Foreman

     SUBJECTS:
     LEVEL 2                               LEVEL 3                               LEVEL 4
     Fundamental                            Fundamental                           Fundamental
     ?English First Additional Language     ?English First Additional Language    ?English First Additional Language
     ?Life Orientation                      ?Life Orientation                     ?Life Orientation
     ?Mathematics                           ?Mathematics                          ?Mathematics
     Core                                   Core                                  Core
     ?Construction Planning                  Drawings,
                                            ? Setting Out, Quantities              Drawings,
                                                                                  ? Setting Out, Quantities
     ?Plant & Equipment                     & Costing                             & Costing
     ?Materials                             ?Construction Materials               ?Construction Materials
      Carpentry
     ? & Roof Work OR                       ?Construction Plant & Equipment       ?Construction Supervision
      Masonry
     ?& Tiling OR                           ?Construction Carpentry & Roof        ?Civil & Construction Technology
     ?Plumbing                              Work OR
                                            ?Construction Masonry & Tiling OR
                                            ?Construction Plumbing


      ELECTRICAL INFRASTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION

      EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: Sound Technology, Industrial and Technical Engineering, Electrical
      Engineer, Heavy and Light Current

       SUBJECTS:
           LEVEL 2                                LEVEL 3                               LEVEL 4
            Fundamental                            Fundamental                           Fundamental
            ?English First Additional Language     ?English First Additional Language    ?English First Additional Language
            ?Life Orientation                      ?Life Orientation                     ?Life Orientation
            ?Mathematics                           ?Mathematics                          ?Mathematics
            Core                                   Core                                  Core
             Electrical
            ? Principles & Practice                 Electrical
                                                   ? Principles & Practice                Electrical
                                                                                         ? Principles & Practice
             Workshop
            ? Practice                              Electrical
                                                   ? Workmanship                          Electrical
                                                                                         ? Workmanship
             Electronic
            ? Control & Digital                     Electronic
                                                   ? Control & Digital                    Electronic
                                                                                         ? Control & Digital
             Electronics                           Electronics                           Electronics
                Electrical
              ? Systems &                           Electrical
                                                   ? Systems & Construction               Electrical
                                                                                         ? Systems & Construction
               Construction




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ENGINEERING AND RELATED DESIGN

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: Tool Making, Fitting and Machining, Petroleum Engineering,
Automotive Repairs, Welder

SUBJECTS:
LEVEL 2                              LEVEL 3                              LEVEL 4
Fundamental                          Fundamental                          Fundamental
?English First Additional Language   ?English First Additional Language   ?English First Additional Language
?Life Orientation                    ?Life Orientation                    ?Life Orientation
?Mathematics                         ?Mathematics                         ?Mathematics
Core                                 Core                                 Core
?Engineering Fundamentals             Materials
                                     ? Technology                         ?Engineering Processes
?Engineering Technology              ?Engineering Graphics & Design       ?Professional Engineering Practice
?Engineering Systems                 (AutoCAD)                            ?Applied Engineering Technology
 Automotive
? Repair & Maintenance               ?Engineering Practice &               Automotive
                                                                          ? Repair & Maintenance
OR                                   Maintenance                          OR
?Welding                              Automotive
                                     ? Repair & Maintenance               ?Welding
                                     OR
                                     ?Welding


FINANCE, ECONOMICS AND ACCOUNTING

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: Private and Public Accounting, Banking, Financial Services, Insurance
Services, Investment Brokering, Financial Management

SUBJECTS:
LEVEL 2                              LEVEL 3                              LEVEL 4
Fundamental                          Fundamental                          Fundamental
?English First Additional Language   ?English First Additional Language   ?English First Additional Language
?Life Orientation                    ?Life Orientation                    ?Life Orientation
?Mathematics Literacy                ?Mathematics Literacy                ?Mathematics Literacy
Core                                 Core                                 Core
?Applied Accounting                  ?Applied Accounting                  ?Applied Accounting
 Financial
? Management                          Financial
                                     ? Management                          Financial
                                                                          ? Management
 Economic
? Environment                         Economic
                                     ? Environment                         Economic
                                                                          ? Environment
?New Venture Creation                ?New Venture Creation                ?New Venture Creation

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND COMPUTER SCIENCE

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: Data Processor, Computer Programming, Information Technology
Management, Computer Systems Engineering

SUBJECTS:
LEVEL 2                              LEVEL 3                              LEVEL 4
Fundamental                          Fundamental                          Fundamental
?English First Additional Language   ?English First Additional Language   ?English First Additional Language
?Life Orientation                    ?Life Orientation                    ?Life Orientation
?Mathematics                         ?Mathematics                         ?Mathematics
Core                                 Core                                 Core
 Introduction
? to Information                     ?Systems Analysis & Design           ?Systems Analysis & Design
Systems                               Computer
                                     ? Hardware & Software                ?Data Communication &
 Introduction
? to Systems                          Principles
                                     ? of Computer                        Networking
Development                          Programming                           Computer
                                                                          ? Programming
?Electronics                         ?Project Management (Pinetown &      ?Project Management (Pinetown &
?Entrepreneurship (Mpumalanga) OR    Mpumalanga) OR                       Mpumalanga) OR
?Digital Electronics (Pinetown) OR   ?Engineering Practice &              ?Engineering Processes
?Engineering Fundamentals            Maintenance (KwaMashu)               (KwaMashu)
(KwaMashu)

HOSPITALITY

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: Food and Beverage Management, Hotel Management, Chef,
Accommodation Management, Bed and Breakfast Services, Event Management, Housekeeping

SUBJECTS:
LEVEL 2                              LEVEL 3                              LEVEL 4
Fundamental                          Fundamental                          Fundamental
?English First Additional Language   ?English First Additional Language   ?English First Additional Language
?Life Orientation                    ?Life Orientation                    ?Life Orientation
?Mathematics Literacy                ?Mathematics Literacy                ?Mathematics Literacy
Core                                 Core                                 Core
 Hospitality
? Generics                            Hospitality
                                     ? Generics                            Hospitality
                                                                          ? Generics
 Hospitality
? Services                            Hospitality
                                     ? Services                            Hospitality
                                                                          ? Services
?Food Preparation                    ?Food Preparation                    ?Food Preparation
?Client Services & Human Relations   ?Client Services & Human Relations   ?Client Services & HR                11
                         OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

                     EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: Office Management, Admin Clerk, Filing Clerk, Secretary,
                    Receptionist, Telephonist, General Administrator

                SUBJECTS:
               LEVEL 2                                         LEVEL 3                                        LEVEL 4
                Fundamental                                     Fundamental                                    Fundamental
                ?English First Additional Language              ?English First Additional Language             ?English First Additional Language
                ?Life Orientation                               ?Life Orientation                              ?Life Orientation
                ?Mathematics Literacy                           ?Mathematics Literacy                          ?Mathematics Literacy
                Core                                            Core                                           Core
                 Business
                ? Practice                                       Business
                                                                ? Practice                                      Business
                                                                                                               ? Practice
                ?Office Practice                                ?Office Practice                               ?Office Practice
                 Office Data
                ? Processing                                     Office Data
                                                                ? Processing                                    Office Data
                                                                                                               ? Processing
                ?Applied Accounting OR                          ?Applied Accounting OR                         ?Applied Accounting OR
                ?New Venture Creation                           ?New Venture Creation                          ?New Venture Creation


       TOURISM

      EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: Accommodation Management, Tourism
      Manager, Conference and Event Management, Travel Agent, Transportation
      Management, Game Ranging and Safari Work

     SUBJECTS:
     LEVEL 2                                       LEVEL 3                                        LEVEL 4
      Fundamental                                   Fundamental                                    Fundamental
      ?English First Additional Language            ?English First Additional Language             ?English First Additional Language
      ?Life Orientation                             ?Life Orientation                              ?Life Orientation
      ?Mathematics Literacy                         ?Mathematics Literacy                          ?Mathematics Literacy
      Core                                          Core                                           Core
       Science of
      ? Tourism                                      Science of
                                                    ? Tourism                                       Science of
                                                                                                   ? Tourism
      ?Client Services & Human Relations            ?Client Services & Human Relations             ?Client Services & Human Relations
       Sustainable
      ? Tourism in South Africa                      Sustainable
                                                    ? Tourism in South Africa                       Sustainable
                                                                                                   ? Tourism in South Africa
      ?Tourism Operations                           & Regional Travel                              & International Travel
                                                    ?Tourism Operations                            ?Tourism Operations


     PRIMARY AGRICULTURE

     EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: Farm Management, Farmer, Forestry, Botany, Agricultural Sciences, Soil
     Science, Food Technology, Viticulture

     SUBJECTS:
      LEVEL 2                                        LEVEL 3                                        LEVEL 4
       Fundamental                                    Fundamental                                    Fundamental
       ?English First Additional Language             ?English First Additional Language             ?English First Additional Language
       ?Life Orientation                              ?Life Orientation                              ?Life Orientation
       ?Mathematics Literacy                          ?Mathematics Literacy                          ?Mathematics Literacy
       Core                                           Core                                           Core
       ?Soil Science                                  ?Soil Science                                  ?Farm Planning & Mechanisation
       ?Plant Production                              ?Plant Production                               Advanced
                                                                                                     ? Plant Production
       ?Animal Production                             ?Animal Production                             ?Animal Production
       ?Agri-Business                                 ?Agri-Business                                 ?Agri-Business


        SAFETY IN SOCIETY (Please note that this programme has specific additinal entry requirements. Enquire with the relevant Campus for more information.)

         EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: South African National Defense Force, South African Police Service,
         Ministry of Defense

           SUBJECTS:
                  LEVEL 2                                        LEVEL 3                                        LEVEL 4
                   Fundamental                                    Fundamental                                    Fundamental
                   ?English First Additional Language             ?English First Additional Language             ?English First Additional Language
                   ?Life Orientation                              ?Life Orientation                              ?Life Orientation
                   ?Mathematics Literacy                          ?Mathematics Literacy                          ?Mathematics Literacy
                   Core                                           Core                                           Core
                    Introduction
                   ? to Governance                                ?Governance                                    ?Governance
                     Introduction
                    ? to Law                                      ?Criminal Law                                  ?Law Procedures & Evidence
                      Principles
                     ? of Criminal Justice                        ?Criminal Justice Structures &                 ?Criminal Justice Process
                       Introduction
                      ? to Policing Practices                     Mandates                                       ?Applied Policing
12                                                                 Theory of
                                                                  ? Policing Practices
 SERVICE INDUSTRY COURSES (THETA)

 LEVEL: National Qualifications Framework Level 4 and 5

 DURATION: 2 year full-time study (a Certificate exit opportunity exists after 1 year)

 MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS TO ENTER: Grade 12 pass or equivalent; Personal interview

 Certificate in Professional Cookery / Certificate in Food & Beverage Management (NQF 4)
 Matric certificate/NQF level 4 qualification/Grade 12 or equivalent pass
 ?
 Good written and spoken communication skills.
 ?
 Good posture and prepared to work long hours in the kitchen/restaurant
 ?
 Computer
 ? literacy is an added advantage
 An interest
 ? in the Hospitality industry
 Certificate in General Travel (NQF 5)
 Matric certificate/NQF level 4 qualification/Grade 12 or equivalent pass
 ?
 Good written and spoken communication skills.
 ?
 Computer
 ? literacy is an added advantage
 An interest
 ? in the Travel & Tourism industry

 The above courses have an exit level at the end of the year, but the student may re-enrol for the
 Diploma Level of each course. To qualify for the Diploma Level, the following must have been
 achieved in the previous year:
 ?All the credits for the Certificate Level must have been completed and the student deemed competent.
  All relevant
 ? Certificate Level in-service training must have been completed.
 General Information
 ?All the above Certificate & Diploma courses follow the OBE system and are National Qualifications.
  In-service
 ? training for each level contributes to approximately 20 - 40 credits per programme and has to be
 completed before any certification is to be expected.
 ?Students are expected to do additional research and must have the ability to use the internet.
 For the Hospitality programmes:
  The correct
 ? tool kit and uniforms have to be used by the student (the cost of which is included in the fees)
  Over and
 ?above lectures, Food and Beverage students will be expected to work additional hours at The Rosy
 Fig (College Restaurant); and Professional Cookery students in the kitchen.
 For the Tourism programmes:
  The costs
 ? of relevant textbooks are included in the fees.

HOSPITALITY (NQF LEVEL 4 & 5)

Certificate/Diploma in Food & Beverage Management
Certificate/Diploma in Professional Cookery

SUBJECTS:
? Safety
Health and                                                 Business
                                                           ? Operations
? Drink Service
Food and                                                   Management
                                                           ?
Numeracy
?                                                          Research
                                                           ?
? Practice
Computer                                                   Food Preparation
                                                           ?


EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: Food and Beverage Management, Hotel Management,
Chef, Accommodation Management, Bed and Breakfast Services, Event Management

TRAVEL AND TOURISM (NQF LEVEL 4 & 5)

Certificate in General Travel / Diploma in Retail Travel

SUBJECTS:
Travel Services
?                                                          Research
                                                           ?
Travel Destinations
?                                                          Computer
                                                           ? Practice
Travel Office Procedures
?

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: Accommodation management, conference and Events Planning,
Restaurant and Food services, Tourism Development, Transportation Management, Travel Counselling,
Further study at Universities of Technology, Game Ranging and Safari Network.



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                    NATED PROGRAMMES

                  In accordance with Government Gazette No. 32810, FET Colleges have been approved an
                 extension to phase out selected programmes of the National N Certificates and the National N
                Diploma qualifications (an amendment to the Government Gazette No. 31711).

              NATED BUSINESS STUDIES

            LEVEL: N4, N5 and N6

          DURATION: 6 Months per level (full time)
          Various part-time options available. Please enquire.

         COMMENCEMENT: January, July (Campus dependent)

         N4 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: Senior Certificate or National Certificate N3 or Grade 12 or an
        equivalent qualification. An admission test may be required.
        NATIONAL DIPLOMA: All students who have completed their N6 certificate are required to complete
       18 months of practical in-service training in their relevant field of study (certified by the employer), to
       qualify for a National 'N' Diploma (NQF 5).
      BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
      EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: Business Sector, Office Manager, Self Employment, Public Sector
     SUBJECTS:

      N4                                   N5                                  N6
       Computer
      ? Practice                            Computer
                                           ? Practice                           Computer
                                                                               ? Practice
      ?Entrepreneurship (EBM)              ?Entrepreneurship (EBM)             ?Entrepreneurship (EBM)
       Financial
      ?Accounting                           Financial
                                           ?Accounting                          Financial
                                                                               ?Accounting
      ?Management Communication            ?Sales Management                   ?Sales Management

     HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
     EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: Human Resource Manager / Assistant, Self Employment, Public Sector
     SUBJECTS:
       N4                                    N5                                  N6
        Computer
       ? Practice                             Computer
                                             ? Practice                           Economics
                                                                                 ? N4 (Pinetown) /
       ?Entrepreneurship (EBM)               ?Labour Relations                    Mercantile
                                                                                 ? Law N4 (KM)
        Personnel
       ? Management                           Personnel
                                             ? Management                        ?Labour Relations
       ?Management Communication              Personnel
                                             ? Training                           Personnel
                                                                                 ? Management
                                                                                  Personnel
                                                                                 ? Training

      FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
      EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: Financial Manager, Bookkeeping, Accounting, Self Employment
      SUBJECTS:
         N4                                   N5                                  N6
         ?Management Communication            ?Cost & Management                  ?Cost & Management
          Financial
         ?Accounting                          Accounting                          Accounting
         ?Computerised Financial               Financial
                                              ?Accounting                          Financial
                                                                                  ?Accounting
         Systems                              ?Computerised Financial             ?Computerised Financial
         ?Entrepreneurship (EBM) /            Systems                             Systems
         ?Income Tax                          ?Entrepreneurship (EBM) /           ?Entrepreneurship (EBM) /
                                              ?Income Tax                         ?Income Tax
           MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT
            EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: Personal Assistant, Typist, Administrator, Receptionist, Secretary
             SUBJECTS:
               N4                                 N5                               N6
                Computer
               ? Practice                          Computer
                                                  ? Practice                        Computer
                                                                                   ? Practice
                ?Entrepreneurship (EBM)           ?Entrepreneurship (EBM)          ?Office Practice
                 ?Office Practice                 ?Office Practice                  Information
                                                                                   ? Processing
                   Information
                  ? Processing                     Information
                                                  ? Processing                     ?Communication
14                 ?Communication                 ?Communication
 NATED ENGINEERING STUDIES

 LEVEL: N4, N5 and N6

 DURATION: 3 Months per level (full time)

 COMMENCEMENT: January, May, August

 N4 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: Relevant National Certificate N3 Electrical or Senior Certificate or
 Grade 12 with Mathematics, Science and two technical subjects. An admission test may be required.

 NATIONAL DIPLOMA: All students who have completed their N6 certificate are required to complete 24
 months of practical in-service training in their relevant field of study (certified by the employer), to qualify
 for a National 'N' Diploma (NQF 5).

 Please enquire about the availability of part-time programmes.


ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: Certified Electrical Engineer, Site Foreman

SUBJECTS:
?N4                                 N5                                   N6
                                                                         ?
?Mathematics                        ?Mathematics                         Mathematics
                                                                         ?
 Industrial
? Electronics                       ? Electronics
                                     Industrial                          Industrial
                                                                         ? Electronics
?Electrotechnics                    ?Electrotechnics                     Electrotechnics
                                                                         ?
?Engineering Science                ?Power Machines                      Power Machines
                                                                         ?


MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: Certified Mechanical Engineer, Site Foreman

SUBJECTS:
N4                                  N5                                   N6
?Mathematics                        ?Mathematics                         ?Mathematics
?Mechanotechnics                    ?Mechanotechnics                     ?Mechanotechnics
?Engineering Science                 Strengths
                                    ? of Materials &                      Strengths
                                                                         ? of Materials &
?Supervisory Management             Structures                           Structures
                                    ?Supervisory Management              ?Supervisory Management

SKILLS PROGRAMMES

A range of skills programmes are available from Elangeni College. These programmes are mainly practical
based programmes and certification is done by the College (unless otherwise stipulated). Please enquire with
the respective campuses for more information:
 Advanced
? Computer Skills                                 ?Motor Vehicle Repairs
?Basic Computer Skills                            ?Panel beating & Spray painting
?Bricklaying                                      ?Pastel Accounting
?Carpentry                                         Plumbing
                                                  ? & Drainlaying
 Catering
? & Food Preparation                              ?Refrigeration
?Electrical                                       ?Welding
LEARNERSHIPS / PART-TIME / OTHER COURSES

Elangeni College is able to customise courses to suit client needs. This is ideal for industry / government
departments that require specific training to be conducted. Minimum numbers are applicable. Please
enquire with our Curriculum Department for more details (terms & conditions apply).
The following courses are available on part-time basis:
Computer
? Short Course
Business
? Skills Course
Nated Programmes (demand based)
?
Skills courses may also be offered on Saturdays (Enquire with the relevant Campus)
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                                                             and the skills you will gain at


                                                  Electrical Infrastructure Construction
Participate in the operation and maintenance of
?                                                 Work at
                                                  ? a power station                                  Participate in the designing and constructing
                                                                                                     ?
construction equipment and machinery              ? an electrician at an energy producing
                                                  Work as                                                of buildings
Participate in the construction of roads,
?                                                 company or power plant                             Take part
                                                                                                     ? in the manufacturing of tools,
bridges, dams, railways, houses, etc              ? an electrical technician at a
                                                  Work as                                                machines, engines
Take part
? in the designing and construction of            telecommunications company                         Participate in the planning and building of
                                                                                                     ?
tunnels, roads, factories, reservoirs, etc        ? a recording studio as an electrical
                                                  Work at                                                roads, bridges, canals, dams
Participate in the erection of reinforced
?                                                                                                    Take part
                                                                                                     ? in the operation and maintenance
concrete, structural steel, timber and masonry    engineer
                                                  ? a theatre as a technician
                                                  Work at                                                of machines
structures etc                                                                                       Plan and
                                                                                                     ? design mines and mining facilities
                                                                                                     Participate in the design of shaft and
                                                                                                     ?
                                                                                                         ventilation systems




Perform
? bookkeeping duties                 Manage
                                     ? a guest house                        Test programmes and software
                                                                            ?                                    Coordinate office
                                                                                                                 ?
Keep records of wages, salaries,
?                                    Deal with
                                     ? client services in an                    applications                            correspondence
petty cash, Value Added Tax          accommodation facility                 Write computer programmes
                                                                            ?                                    Type letters, reports,
                                                                                                                 ?
(VAT), reconciliations               ? an assistant cook/chef
                                     Work as                                Install network cables for
                                                                            ?                                           memoranda, agendas, minutes
? financial statements
Prepare                              preparing food in a restaurant,        computer systems                     Maintain
                                                                                                                 ? equipment and
? budgets, analyse
Manage                               hotel or guest house                   Process
                                                                            ? computer data                             stationery supplies
finances of a business, etc          Work as
                                     ? a waitron
                                                                            Develop,
                                                                            ? research and                       Perform
                                                                                                                 ? receptionist duties
                                                                            document computer user               Coordinate and organise
                                                                                                                 ?
                                     Work as
                                     ? a housekeeper in a                   requirements                                functions
                                     hotel/inn/guest house                                                       Organise
                                                                                                                 ? meetings, staff travel,
                                                                                                                        itineraries and accommodation
                                                                                                                 Operate
                                                                                                                 ? office equipment
                                                                                                                 Become
                                                                                                                 ? a call centre operator




                                                                                                                E&OE. All information correct at time of print.

				
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