Independent, private Further Education and Training (FET) Colleges are a means of expanding the institutional base for providing quality post-school education and training opportunities. If you have finished matric, or you need to do some bridging courses to complete your matric, find out more about the different courses that the private FET colleges in your area provide.

The Cape Town-based Gaming and Hospitality Management Academyis running a programme that will give free training to waitrons and bartenders. Students will learn all the necessary skills required to perform a professional service for the hospitality industry in the Western Cape. What is unique about this initiative is that there is no cost to the trainees.

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If you don’t have a Matric Certificate, you may feel that every one of your school mates is flying high in a top job, or at least employable. The truth is vastly different - according to 2008 statistics - in that out of every 40 pupils who start out together, 31 don’t get their Matric and only 2 gain a university exemption.

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Prestige Academy is a widely recognized and credible higher tertiary education institution. Prestige Academy (Pty) Ltd is registered with the Department of Education as a private higher education institution (PHEI) under the Higher Education Act (Act No 101 of 1997). The Academy offers exclusive career-orientated and vocational training of a very high standard in various faculties from Business, Information Technology and Design on different levels, being Degrees (NQF7), Diplomas (NQF6) and Higher Certificates (NQF5). All qualifications are accredited by the Council on Higher Education and registered by the South African Qualifications Authority.

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Louise Nair has replaced Leo Chetty who acted as CEO and chairman at Educor. Chetty, who led the takeover bid of the group from Naspers in November 2007, has resigned as chairman and become an ordinary board member to free him up to focus on strategic alliances, the expansion of the business and investment opportunities.

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Helderberg College is in Somerset West, Western Cape, and was established in 1893 – making it the oldest Seventh-day Adventist College in Africa. The campus also hosts a primary school, high school and Motessori school.

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Boston City Campus was founded by lecturer, accountant and entrepreneur Ari Katz in 1991, and has since expanded into 40 colleges countrywide. In 1997 it opened a Boston Business College, and in 2001 the Boston City Campus and Business College merged into one educational identity. Today, the university has over 20 000 students.

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Rosebank College has campuses in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban, and operates from four Faculties: Business, Applied Humanities, Information Technology and Leisure. In addition, its students can access a wide range of short learning programmes that are designed to develop specific workplace skills.

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The Cape Town Baptist Seminary was established in 1954 to prepare men and women for Christian ministry. Their vision is “to impact this generation with the Gospel of Jesus Christ through quality theological education.”

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Varsity College offers full and part time courses for students, emphasising the value in testing what students have learned in the workplace, and bringing practical knowledge to bear on academic problems.

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The Centre for Creative Education is a teacher training and adult education centre located in Plumstead, Cape Town. Its programmes aim to “develop and nurture individuals to make a difference in society; to emphasise the personal development of the student; and to lay the foundation for in-depth professional skills and knowledge”.

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The New Africa Theatre Association (NATA) provides professional theatre production on a number of levels, including developmental training, educational theatre, industrial theatre and mainstream productions of original works based on South African themes.

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CityVarsity school of media and creative arts was established in 1996 and has campuses in Johannesburg and Cape Town. It offers full time Certificate and Diploma courses in Film and Television, Acting, Animation, Multimedia Design, Sound Engineering, Motion Picture Make-up, Production Design, Professional Photography and Journalism.

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Oval International was founded in 1989 by Pravin and Geetha Maharaj as an institution for technology and computer education for the people of South Africa. With campuses now in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Pietermaritzburg and Durban, Oval has since opened a matric school in Durban and also offers Oval Learning Media study guides to assist learners during their final year of school.

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Cornerstone’s mission statement is: “Cornerstone Christian College is a community of learning committed to a Christ-centred, biblically – shaped worldview, preparing leaders for service in churches and communities.”

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Stellenbosch Design Academy is dedicated to “the next generation of highly creative, technologically savvy, thoughtful designers who will produce intelligent, exciting and relevant visual communication.”

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Damelin was founded by Benjamin Damelin in 1943, and has since expanded to forty campuses spread across Southern Africa. Damelin offers Higher Education learning programmes (HE) that fall within Levels 5 – 8 on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF), and include degree and postgraduate programmes, as well as Higher Certificates and Diplomas.

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Based in Stellenbosch, Isa Carstens Academy strives to present students with sought-after national and international Health and Skin Care qualifications.

Durbanville College has been offering vocational education in partnership with UNISA since 1992. The College attributes their students’ continued success to a small learning culture, headed up by lecturers whose appointments and qualifications have been approved by UNISA and who have practical experience in their fields of expertise.

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Fedisa was established to cater for students wishing to follow a career in the international world of design and its many interrelated sectors. The College emphasises Design Business Management expertise, which is learned through a Bachelor of Arts degree in Fashion Design.

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Exercise Teachers Academy (ETA) is a sport and fitness college “dedicated to providing dynamic learning programmes that lead to internationally benchmarked qualifications”. Launched in 1983 by Dr Malcolm Marrison in collaboration with his colleagues in sport science at UCT; the academy was created to meet the educational needs of a fast developing health and fitness industry at the time.

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Named after the English evangelist and preacher of the 18th century evangelical revival, George Whitefield College was founded in 1989 by Bishops Dudley Foord and Joe Bell, and established in Muizenburg in the Western Cape by David Broughton Knox.

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