Mr. B. J. Dladla (HOD: Engineering) addressing the students during the induction.

 

The Dundee Technology Centre (DTC) Campus held an Induction for Trimester 2 Engineering students, at the Campus cafeteria, recently. New students were informed about who is who at the campus, and the relevant person to go to in case of challenges.

Mr. Vusi Mthembu (DTC Campus Manager) welcomed the students, re-assuring them that they made the right choice by enrolling with Majuba TVET College. “Here at Majuba TVET College we always motivate our students to complete their studies within the time period, because we do not need ancestors,” Mr. Mthembu stated.

Mr. Mthembu mentioned that these inductions help with social integration for full‐time students; establishing peer support networks, and creating awareness about applied tutorial system.”If you dream bigger you will do bigger things,” said Mr. Mthembu.

Mr. V. Mthembu (Acting Campus Manager – DTC Campus) is glad to do his routine check at the Health hub.

 

The DTC Campus also introduced the new students to their clinic called the “Health Hub”, which will be launched soon. The Health Hub is already operating three days a week, and has a professional healthcare nurse assigned at the campus, by the Department of Health (DoH). The College partnered with DoH, Love Life and HEAIDS on this project. Services offered at this clinic include: Family Planning, HIV/AIDS Testing & Counselling, Pap smear, TB & BP screening and other general health services.

Overall the induction proved to be a success as the students were impressed with the health services they can access in the campus and look forward to kick starting their future.

Students listening attentively as important information is being delivered during the induction.