Attention returning students!
Please be informed that the 2015 Natural Sciences results are now available. You can now visit campuses on Monday the 18th January 2016 in this regard! Good luck!
2016 ENROLMENT SCHEDULE UPDATE
Skills for Employability Conference - Gauteng
There is still much to be done in aligning skills work in the various sectors to minimize skills gaps. Economic growth demands a shift from working in silos towards collaborative partnerships as there is greater benefit in pulling together to achieve a common goal.
The British Council in partnership with Technical and Vocational Education and Training Colleges in Gauteng, will be hosting a ‘Skills for Employability Conference’ at Central Johannesburg College’s Ellis Park Campus. The theme of the conference is Skills for Employability: Breaking silos and boundaries to collaboration and it seeks to bring together stakeholders from different sectors in order to tackle the skills challenges we face.
For an opportunity to contribute to the discussions, please register on the link below:
Conference date: 1 March 2016
Time: 09h00 – 14h00
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Admission Requirements for both Nated and NC(V) studies at Tshwane South TVET College
Memos for Exam Timetables
The Operational Plan workshop was held from 22 – 24 January 2016 at the Alpha Conference (Magalies). . The main aim is to prepare the Operational Plan action for 2016. Close to sixty delegates attended the conference. The focus of the conference was to come up with Operational Programme of Action plan for the SRC...
Recently the NCV Level 4 students at Atteridgeville Campus were tasked with researching of different cultures. Students were divided into groups of ±6, Each member of a group was allocated duties as well as responsibilities. The group had to research and compile information about the country chosen from the following list of Continents /Regions: Eastern Europe, Western Europe, North America, South America, Asia, Australia and South Africa. A cultural event of their choice was to be selected. All groups were dressed up in the attire of the culture of their choice. The groups also had to go to an extend of cooking food eaten by the people from the origin of the Continent they chose. Amongst other points students were allocated marks on the following aspects:
• Quality of the cultural event
• Respect for the particular culture represented.
• Level of information gained from the culture / country selected.
• The evidence that the hall was booked for the event.
• Posters for the event as a marketing tool etc.
Spring Bash 2015
The annual Spring bash was held at the Pretoria West Campus grounds on 11 September. The weather befitted the event very well because it was sunny and hot. Students had their shades and some had their shorts on in celebration of summer. This event is celebrated yearly to welcome new students and to also ease the nerves of the current students as they prepare for the upcoming exams. The likes of DJ Oskido, DJ Christos, Silly Bean, Bucie etc. formed the line-up of the day. Mashabela Galane was the Master of Ceremonies for the event and had everyone in stitches as he cracked jokes.
Drug Awareness Campaign
KE MOJA, I AM FINE WITHOUT DRUGS. That’s the slogan that the Department of Social Development stressed at their recent awareness campaign at TSC TVET. This was evident on their banners and all promotional material. Students flocked to the gazebo of the Department of Social Development in search of information. Pamphlets indicating the dangers of substance abuse were issued out to the students. It was also a questions and answer time where students asked many questions concerning the use of drugs.
Vision, Mission and Values
To be a world class further education and training college.
Tshwane South College empowers learners through high quality vocational education and training.
Excellence - in all we do
Fairness - in all our dealings
Respect - towards one another
Trust - in one another
Integrity - in our ethical behaviour
This logo was primarily designed to symbolise an individual generically (in keeping with and showing solidarity with goverment's BATHO PELE - the people first, project), the interaction and dynamic processes between assessor and the learner. It also symbolises that the college is people driven and the continuous development they receive through their learning experience, reaching to the future with a vision to be recognised as a world class further education and training college.
The individual, the circle, the institution, excellence
Trust, solidarity, continuous processes, perpetual learning, future.
Dark blue = assessors
Light blue = learners, aspects from small to large through the growth, development, education and training experience.
Respect and integrity