There are 50 registered and accredited public FET Colleges in South Africa which operate close to 300 campuses spread across the rural and urban areas of the country. These FET colleges offer vocational or occupational training for specific job or employment possibilities.

The Sedibeng College for Further Education and Training (FET) offers National Certificate (Vocational)Qualification NC(V) courses in Business and Utilities, as well as in Engineering and Technology. It has campuses in Heidelberg, Sebokeng, Verderbijlpark and Vereeniging.

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Ekurhuleni West College (EWC) for Further Education and Training (FET) is a public institution situated in Gauteng Province in South Africa. EWC operates within a broad band and diverse communities and comprises of the following six campuses: Alberton, Boksburg, Germiston, Kathorus, (in Katlehong / Vosloorus / Thokoza), Kempton (in Kempton Park) and Tembisa.

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Northlink FET College gets its name from a combination of “North”, indicating its geographical position, and the “link”, describing the initial linking of four former colleges which, more importantly, form a critical link between school education and the world of work.

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Central Johannesburg College (CJC) is a public Further Education and Training (FET) College that offers a wide range of qualifications, from NQF Level 2 to NQF Level 4 - from National Technical Education (Nated) programmes to the new and exciting National Certificate Vocational [NC(V)] to Skills courses and Learnerships.

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Nothern Cape Urban FET College operates on two campuses in Kimberley: one is in the central business district, known as the City campus, and the other is in Vergenoeg, a township of Kimberley and also known as Moremogolo campus.

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The lives of 27 students from KwaZulu-Natal have changed for the better, after successfully graduating at the Inchanga Further Education and Training (FET) College through a Nedbank funded skills development programme.

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ORBIT FET College is a leading Further Education and Training College in the NW Province specializing in priority skills development. ORBIT comprises three Campuses in Brits, Mogwase and Rustenburg. Students who study at ORBIT FET College get a headstart to a great career due to the focus on responsive, relevant programmes that develop critical and scarce skills.

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On 15 June, Services SETA will be at South West Gauteng College in Dobsonville encouraging young people to take up Vocational Education and Training (VET) as a proactive choice that will lead to long term career success. This will be done by means of an exhibition that will shed light on learning interventions available from the organisation.

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Mopani South East FET College comprises three campuses and a hotel school. The Sir Val Duncan campus is in Namakgale, the Mapulaneng campus is in Acornhoek, and the Phalaborwa campus and the Mosate Hotel School are in Phalaborwa.

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FET colleges are designed to provide learning programmes that develop the skills needed in the South African economy, and post-matric students are being encouraged to explore this avenue of higher education. Des Squire talks about the purpose of FET colleges in a country wracked by skills shortages.

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Capricorn College derived its name from the geographical line, the Tropic of Capricorn, which cuts across Limpopo. Two of the college's three campuses – the Polokwane and Seshego campuses – are located in Polokwane, Limpopo’s capital city.

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In the wake of South Africa’s Matric results being published many 2011 matriculants now face the reality that they may not obtain a university place despite qualifying. Learners are being urged to consider private colleges and FET institutions as a viable option for gaining a tertiary education. Among them are quality institutions offering courses that address the economic needs of our country. Many colleges have a higher ratio of graduates placed directly into related employment.

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In 2002, Port Shepstone and Enyenyezi Technical Colleges merged to form Esayidi FET College, and later the Kokstad campus was added. As a result, Esayidi has five campuses: Enyenyezi in Boboyi outside of Port Shepstone, Gamalakhe, Kokstad, Port Shepstone in Oslo Beach and Umzimkulu.

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FALSEBAY

False Bay College is spearheading the development of the workforce to respond to the growth of the economy and as a true TVET institution, False Bay College equips learners with the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes, values and competencies that will allow them to access lifelong learning opportunities and ensure that they become economically productive members of society.

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Thekwini FET College campuses are at Springfield, Cato Manor, Centec, Melbourne, Umbilo and Asherville. The skills development needs of the greater eThekwini region - which the college is responding to - are in areas such as small, medium and large business enterprises, Electrical Engineering (light and heavy), Business Studies, Hospitality, as well as in Art and Design.

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Gert Sibande College (GS College) is based in Mpumalanga, spread throughout four campuses in Ermelo, Evander, Standerton and Mpuluzi.

GS College emphasises on-site and distance e-learning through qualified assessors and moderators, who give training in SAQA affiliated courses. Business Management Studies and Engineering theory are specialities, supplemented with practical training in line with industry standards.

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Tshwane South FET College specialises in producing registered artisans, in particular millwrights, fitters and turners, electricians who work on process instrumentation, boilermakers and motor and diesel mechanics.

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So, you've decided to apply to your local FET College? Congratulations! As a public FET College student, you can expect to gain both practical and theoretical knowledge, exposure to your chosen industry, as well as a meaningful qualification without paying the kind of money that will land you in student debt before the launch of your career.

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Ekurhuleni East FET College serves training and development needs in the Ekurhuleni East Metropolis on Gauteng’s East Rand, by promoting learnerships, skills programmes and community development.

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Boland FET College consists of five campuses: Caledon, Paarl, Stellenbosch, Strand and Worcestor. One of the college’s strategic objectives is to deliver relevant needs-driven education and training (that can lead to employment), to the people who need it most.

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Maluti FET College has eight campuses: Bethlehem and Bonamelo in Bethlehem, Harrismith, Itemoheleng, Phuthaditjhaba, Kwetlisong in Riverside, Sefikeng in Tsheseng Village and Lere la Tshepe in Tseki Village. The main economic activities in these areas are agriculture – mainly maize and wheat – and tourism.

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