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Majuba TVET College scoops awards at Minister’s TVET Awards Ceremony

Posted :12/12/2017 - 13:32

In keeping with its motto, Majuba TVET College continued to soar to greater heights by scooping two coveted awards at the recent TVET Imbizo and Ministerial Awards Ceremony which was held at the Lakes Hotel and Conference Centre in Benoni. This event was attended by the who’s who of business and industry as well as representatives of the 50 TVET Colleges countrywide.

The College has been greatly humbled and honoured to have received the Minister's Award for the TVET College with the most meaningful Partnerships with Industry and/or SETA's. This is in recognition of the sterling work by the college in promoting Learnerships and Apprenticeships as envisaged by the National...

It is Cool to be a 21 st Century Artisan

Posted :12/12/2017 - 13:10

Majuba TVET College rallied behind the DHET’s Decade of the Artisan advocacy programme by hosting a hugely successful event at the Newcastle Training Centre, a delivery site of Majuba TVET College on Monday. On the second day, the Campaign was launched at the Dundee Technology Centre Campus.

The event on both the days was well attended by delegates from DHET, SETA's, Industry, School Principals, Life Orientation teachers, unemployed youth and our VVIP's (Grade 9 school pupils).

Principal of Majuba TVET College, Mr. S.J. Mlotshwa, highlighted that “There is a continuous need for suitably qualified artisans to sustain industries and support economic growth within South Africa...

Majuba TVET College rallies behind the Decade of the Artisan Advocacy Programme

Posted :09/07/2015 - 09:58

Article and photos by Nashveer Nemesar (Marketing Dept. – Majuba TVET College)

Majuba TVET College has rallied behind the government’s Decade of the Artisan advocacy programme. The official launch, held at the Newcastle Training Centre in KwaZulu Natal, was attended by the Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training, Mr Mduduzi Manana. “We are encouraged by our TVET Colleges that are leading from the front in ensuring that South Africa produces the required artisans by 2030 as required by the National Development Plan (NDP)”, said Mr Manana.

This significant campaign aims to encourage more young people (high school learners and...

Artisan Development on the forefront at Majuba TVET College

Posted :07/08/2015 - 11:02

Majuba TVET College recently embarked in a salient partnership with MERSETA whereby forty (40) NCV Level 4 Engineering graduates where placed into an Apprenticeship Programme. An induction programme was then held for the graduates who were successfully chosen.

Article and photos by Nashveer Nemesar (Marketing Dept. – Majuba TVET College)

The MERSETA Apprenticeship Project is aligned to the MERSETA and Majuba TVET College National priorities for Artisan Development. It is also to formulate a partnership with private companies and Majuba TVET College in order to address skills development issues and increasing the number of graduates entering the labour market...

Majuba TVET College launches another promising partnership linked to 21st Century technology

Posted :07/08/2015 - 10:57

The partnership formed with the JJK Group aims to keep students and lecturers at the College abreast of industrial developments linked to 21st Century technology.

Article by Nashveer Nemesar (Marketing Dept. - Majuba TVET College)

Majuba TVET College recently launched a significant partnership with JJK, a locally based company which prides itself in continuous utstanding, ground breaking and exceptional achievements. The two partners wish to further enhance their research and development through education, training and development. This partnership is aimed at enriching the synergy between the two partners and most importantly will benefit the College’s...

Take Note : Enrolment Scam at Majuba TVET College !

Students who intend to study at Majuba TVET College are urged to be vigilant.

There is a scam being run where people are claiming to be agents of the college. These agents are charging a registration fee and also charging for forms.
Please be aware that the College does not charge a registration fee. We also provide all application and enrolment forms free of charge.

Students who have been victims of the scam need to open a case at the nearest South African Police Services station.




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