King Hintsa FET College: Registration 2018

King Hintsa FET College: Registration 2018 now open!

King Hintsa FET College invites prospective students to register to study for 2018 academic year at the King Hintsa FET College campuses namely , Dutywa Campus Manager Teko Campus,  Willowvale Campus and Centane Campus.

InstitutionKing Hintsa FET College

Registration opening date is 08 January 2018.

Register for one of the following courses offered by the College:

National Certificate (Vocational)

Report191 Engineering

Duration:

11 weeks per N-level

Admission requirements:

  • An appropriate National Certificate N3 Engineering Studies; or
  • A Senior Certificate, with at least three instructional offerings which are applicable to the instructional offerings chosen by the candidate for the programme; or
  • An equivalent qualification
  • Proceed to next level only when the previous level has been successfully completed i.e. N4 for N5, etc.

To qualify for a National Diploma, students need to obtain and complete 18 months relevant practical experience.

Report191 Business

Duration:

6 months per N-level

Admission requirements:

  • NSC / N3 / Grade 12 for N4
  • N4 for N5
  • N5 for N6 An appropriate National Certificate N3 Engineering Studies; or

General:

Each subject covers a period of six months (January to June or July to November). Four subjects must be taken for each course. Students who passed Introductory N4, N4, N5 and N6 will be issued with a certificate in the specific field of study.

To qualify for a National Diploma, students need to obtain and complete 18 months relevant practical experience.

How to register?

Visit King Hintsa FET College  campus of your choice on the below address...

Contact Details

Dutywa Campus

Physical address:

Willowvale Road
Cell: 071 413 2273

Postal Address:

Private Bag X 215
Dutywa
5000

Centane Campus

Physical address:

Macibe Road
Cell: 082 852 9055

Postal Address:

Private Bag X 501
Centane
4980

Willowvale Campus

Physical address:

1042 Balne Street (Next to Koping House)

Tel: 047 499 1318
Cell: 082 852 9048

Postal Address:

Private Bag X 505
Willowvale

Teko Campus

Physical address:

Tracor Farms Centane road
Cell: 082 852 9056

Postal Address:

Private Bag X 3018
Butterworth
4960

Website : www.kinghintsacollege.edu.za

Registration Procedure

Application Process

Document Check

  • Certified copy of id/birth certificate or passport.
  • Certified copy of senior certificate or equivalent. If still in grade 12, marks obtained in grade 11 together with most recent grade 12 marks. If you attend any college, an original academic record and a certificate or certified copies of other certificates obtained previously.
  • NCV: evidence of grade 9 as a highest grade passed certified copy of id / birth certificate and certified copies of parent’s id or Guardian, where applicable.
  • International students: certified copies of passport, study permit and evaluation certificate from SAQA (were necessary).
  • Fees as per policy of the institution in collaboration with DHET.

Student Receives

  • Application Form, Bursary Form and CAS data Form
  • Programme with steps for registration
  • Check list
  • Code of conduct
  • Information on selection and placement assessment and dates
  • Instructions to fill in biographical data

Information Desk

  • Staff members posted here must man an enquiry desk with full knowledge of campus offerings, minimum requirements for courses, etc.
  • At enquires desk students will be advised on how to obtain outstanding documents.
  • The enquiry desk must keep records of those they helped and how they have been helped.

Hostel Information

  • Information about accommodation in different campuses
  • Hostel rules and regulations

Handing Application Forms

  • The students may now fill in their final choices.
  • They will then approach the SSS with the completed documents.
  • Once the SSS has approved of the forms being filled in correctly, the student may then go on to the registration process.

Administration of Psychometric Test

  • One SSS officer explains the placement tool and its purpose, also explains the whole process from writing the placement quiz up to the final stage when they have been given their student packs.
  • Students should be ushered into the venue according to computers/seats available.
  • Once the placement test for success tool has been complete the results are to be filled in on a data form.

Bursary and Means Test

  • All bursary processes are explained to students by the bursary officer.
  • Bursary will be allocated to deserving students through means test.

Placement

  • Once the students have been placed to the relevant career choices through PACE test.
  • The students can proceed to register.

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