Sol-Tech is an accredited, private vocational training college that is founded on Christian values and uses Afrikaans as a medium of instruction.
Sol-Tech focuses on vocational training leading to the acquisition of nationally recognized, usable qualifications. The qualification obtained by students at Sol-Tech serves as a foundation for further study and ultimately a recognized engineering qualification. Sol-Tech therefore aims to realize young people's future dreams regarding career development through goal-specific training. Sol-Tech still wants to be there today, tomorrow and the day after tomorrow to provide a service to young people.
- National Certificate: Engineering Studies (N1-N3)
- National Certificate: Diesel Trade Theory (N1-N3)
- National Certificate: Engineering Drawing (N1-N3)
- National Certificate: Engineering Science (N1-N3)
- National Certificate: Electrical Trade Theory (N1-N3)
- National Certificate: Industrial Electronics (N1-N3)
- National Certificate: Fitting and Machinery Theory (N1-N3)
- National Certificate: Mathematics (N1-N3)
- National Certificate: Sheetmetal Workers Theory (N1-N3)
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