Tshwane South TVET College Online Application 2023-2024

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Tshwane South TVET College Online Application 2023-2024

Tshwane South TVET College Online Application 2023-2024

Tshwane South TVET College (TSC) is a registered public technical and vocational education and training college under the Continuous Education Training Act (CET Act No.16 of 2006). TSC is a merging of three old Technical Colleges, namely Atteridgeville, Centurion, and Pretoria West, as reported in 2001. (Notice 7311, Gazette No 240 of December 2001). TSC gained its fourth campus (Odi Campus) from Orbit TVET College in 2006 as a result of the rezoning of province boundaries.

The core mandate of TSC and its predecessors as governmental agencies is to provide technical and occupational skills at intermediate levels to all young people in South Africa. As a result of the National Framework for Qualifications (NQF), inequity, poverty, and unemployment have all been eliminated, as have the country’s sustainable development plans.

              Online Application details Tshwane South TVET College

Application Dates: The application is open throughout the year.


Programmes/Courses Offered

All programmes at Tshwane South TVET College have a big focus on practical experience. This ensures that students do not only understand the theoretical side of the programme but that they are equipped with the necessary skills to perform in the working environment.

Courses Offered

TSC offers Report 191 Programmes, NC(V) programmes, Skills programmes, and Leanership programmes across a wide range of fields/specializations.

  • National Certificate Vocational NC(V)
  • Office Administration
  • Finance Economics and Accounting
  • Tourism
  • Hospitality
  • Civil Engineering and Building Construction
  • Engineering and Related Design
  • Electrical Infrastructure and Construction
  • Information Technology


Tshwane South TVET College is accredited in the following Learnerships at various campuses in and around Pretoria.

Programme 191 Nated Courses

  • Natural Science
  • Electrical N1- N6
  • Mechanical N1 – N6
  • Civil N1 – N6

General Studies

  • Management Assistant N5 – N6
  • Hospitality Services N4 – N6
  • Financial Management N4 – N6

Admission Requirements: Grade 12/N3/NSC

Utility Services

  • Early Childhood Development – NQF Level 4 and Level 5 (ECD Campus – Kgosi Mampuru Street, Pretoria) 2 Year Diploma
  • Clothing Production Skills: 1 year
  • Cosmetology: 1year

Practical Skills Training (Artisan Training)

Practical Workshops

  • Refrigeration
  • Welding
  • Short/Hobby Courses


Required Documents

  1. Three certified copies of ID/Passport/Birth Certificate
  2. Three certified copies of ID of Parent/Legal Guardian
  3. One ID size photo
  4. Copy Certified of latest school report/Grade 9 or Higher
  5. A unique Email address and cellphone number

How to Apply to Tshwane South TVET College

Below is a step-by-step guide to Applying to Tshwane South TVET College. Make sure to read everything we have written;

Step 1. Identify the course you wish to study, career counseling is available.
Fill in the application form which is available on all our campuses and the Admin Centre, or you can apply online.

Step 2. Pay a non-refundable registration fee of R100 or a late application of R200, therefore ensure that you meet the minimum requirements before applying, payment details are on the application form. This doesn’t guarantee your admission.

Step 3. Submit the form to the campus you wish to study with, together with your certified ID copy, latest school results, ID copy of parent/guardian, and proof of payment.
If applying online you can submit your documents electronically.

Step 4. Foreign candidates have the responsibility of evaluating their qualifications with SAQA before applying;
No foreign students will be accepted if this is not done.

Step 5. Once your application has been submitted, the college will inform you if you have been admitted and you will be required to write a pace test, thereafter you are expected to attend classes.

 In order to give young people access to our TVET College, the Government has made available funding in the form of scholarships to deserving students who need financial support and are willing to show the potential for academic success. The Department of Education TVET College bursary scheme supports or plans to enroll students in TVET Colleges for National Vocational Certificate (NCV) programs but are unable to finance their studies. Students can apply on the basis of a means test administered by the college. The college handles the process of granting the scholarship.
Below are the specifics of the Tshwane South TVET College Applications.


Administrative Contact Details

Head Office

  • 85 Francis Baard (formerly known as Schoeman Street)
  • PO Box 151, Pretoria, 0001

For more information kindly visit the school’s official website for more.

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