How To Apply To Ikhala TVET College

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How To Apply To Ikhala TVET College

How To Apply To Ikhala TVET College

Ikhala TVET College (Ikhala College) was formed on 1st April 2002 through the merging of a number of previous Technical Colleges. Currently Ikhala College is serving the communities of the Northern Region of the Easter Cape with campuses at Aliwal North, Ezibeleni, Queen Nonesi (Lady Frere), Komani, and Sterkspruit.

Follow the Procedures to Apply

Step 1

  • Distinguish the course you wish to consider, profession guiding is accessible.
  • Fill in the application structure which is accessible on the whole our grounds and the Admin Center, or you can apply on the web.

Steps 2

  • Pay a non-refundable application expense of R100 or late utilization of R200, in this way guarantee that you meet the base necessities prior to applying, installment subtleties are on the application structure.
  • This doesn’t ensure your affirmation.

Step 3

  • Present the structure in the grounds you wish to concentrate with, along with your affirmed ID duplicate, most recent school results, ID duplicate of parent/Guardian and evidence of installment.
  • In the event that applying on the web you can present your records electronically.

Step 4

  • New candidates have the obligation of evaluating their abilities with SAQA before applying;
  • No new understudies will be recognized whether this isn’t 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.

Click here to apply for an Admission

How to Obtain Application Forms

 

Contact Admin Center:

Tel: +27 (0) 47 873 8800

Aliwal North Campus:

Tel: +27 (0) 51 634 1035

Ezibeleni Campus:

Tel: +27 (0) 47 873 3567

Queenstown Campus:

Tel: +27 (0) 45 838 2593

Queen Nonesi Campus:

Tel: +27 (0) 079 251 0205

Sterkspruit Campus:

Tel: +27 (0) 51 611 0205

 

 

Office Hours

Mondays – Thursday: 8:00 to 16:30

Friday: 08:00 to 13:00

 

Lecturing Hours (NCV)

Monday – Thursday 08:00 to 15:10

Friday: 08:00 – 13:00

 

Report 191

Monday – Friday: 14:40 to 18:00

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