Mnambithi TVET College
Mnambithi TVET College aims to be the leading TVET College by providing quality education and training courses. They are made up of six campuses, each offering a variety of courses. Students are provided with support services to help them overcome the hurdles that they may face during their college careers. These support services ensure that they achieve their academic goals and enter into the career of their choice. Assistance is provided to all students with applying for financial aid, namely NSFAS. NSFAS provides financial relief to low income households.
National Certificate Vocational:
- Electrical Infrastructure Construction
- Finance, Economics & Accounting
- Office Administration
- Education & Development
- Information Technology & Computer Science
- Safety in Society
Nated/Report 191 Courses:
- Business Management
- Financial Management
- Human Resource Management
- Public Management
- Management Assistant
- Electrical Engineering
Consult the website for information regarding Skills Programmes.
- Computer Skills
- Basic Business Management Principles
- Practical Skills Training (Brick Laying, Carpentry, Hospitality, Motor vehicle Maintenance, Welding and Basic Computers)
Courses are categorized by campus. Consult the website for more information via the link on this page.
Consult the website for information regarding fees.
- Ladysmith Campus A
- Ladysmith Campus B
- Ezakheni [A] Campus
- Ezakheni [B] Campus
- Ezakheni [E] Campus
- Estcourt Campus
Consult the website for more information about the campuses.
Consult the website for information regarding the registration process.
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