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NBL Graduate Programme

16 August 2017

The NBL Graduate Programme is a 24 month programme that offers experiential learning; mentoring; and working with subject matter experts in their respective fields.

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Internship In Communications
16 August 2017

The CSIR has an Internship opportunity in the Energy Centre. The incumbents will assist with increasing the profile of the Energy Centre and the CSIR by providing holistic, comprehensive ...

Y Academy is Open for Traineeship
15 August 2017

The Y Academy is the most ambitious training and development program ever put together by any media house, in South Africa or anywhere in the world.

What is the Isivande Women's Fund?
15 August 2017

Looking for funding? If you are a black woman with a vision you can find support for your small business idea by applying to the Isivande Women's Fund (IWF).

False Bay Parent Seminar
14 August 2017

Are you and your child considering a best fit career path and wonder where to start? We would like to extend a personal invitation to join us for a seminar to discuss False Bay TVET College as an ...

First year students need support
14 August 2017

In an attempt to curb high drop out rates more institutions offer orientation programmes to help students adjust to varsity life. Very often students experience freedom and independence for the ...

2018/2019 Chevening Scholarships
14 August 2017

Applications for 2018/2019 Chevening Scholarships and some Chevening Fellowships are open. Applications for 2018/2019 Chevening Scholarships and some Chevening Fellowships close on 7 November 2017.

Liberty 2018 Learnership Programme
14 August 2017

Liberty's learnership programme is aimed at introducing young talent to a career in the financial services sector that includes workplace experience and formal training.

Department Condemns Violence in Schools
11 August 2017

The Department of Basic Education has condemned a violent act by a male learner, who is seen in a video assaulting a female learner.

South Africa has a problem and its name is Men
10 August 2017

South Africa has a problem and its name is men. It seems as though we can't go a day without seeing some new piece of news that a man has assaulted or murdered a womxn and yet, despite the ...


Every year, learners register at bogus colleges for further studies just to find out at the end of the year that they cannot write their exams because they were never registered. Always make sure that you are studying at a registered FET college.

How do I know it is the "Real Deal"?

All public FET colleges are registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training and you need to ensure that the college can show you proof of this registration. You can also contact the Department of Higher Education and Training to confirm with them as to whether or not the college is registered with them. Either way be sure not to get scammed by a college making promises that they can not keep!



Private institutions offering further education and training programmes must register with the Department of Higher Education and Training in accordance with the Further Education and Training Colleges Act, 2006 (Act No. 16 of 2006).

To find out if a private FET college is registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training, look on the register of private FET education institutions.

Members of the public who wish to enquire about the registration status of a private FET college can contact the DHET Call Centre on 0800 8722 22 or on 012 312 6300/5881.


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