When Will 2023 TVET College Results Be Released?



The 2023 academic year has now come to an end and result anxiety is in the air. Here's the schedule for TVET college results and when they will be released.



Students who attend Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges are anxiously waiting for their results after exams for the 2023 academic year came to an end. Here's the full schedule for TVET results.

TVET Colleges are gearing up for the release of their 2023 academic year results.

The Department of Higher Education (DHET) plans on releasing TVET College NC(V) qualifications from 11 January, 2024.

National Certificate Vocational (NCV) is one of the high skills, high quality and high knowledge programmes that aims to provide students with experience in workplace environments and directly responds to the prioritizing of the skills demand in South Africa.

As for TVET college results for NATED N6-N6 Business courses, they will be released from 10 January. The date set for the release of NATED Engineering results is then from 12 January 2024.

Students are advised to keep up with communication from their campuses on where and how to collect their TVET College results.

DHET has said:

Any delay in the release of the results by the DHET, will be communicated to you by the respective Campus.

Returning students will then have to complete their online registration once they have received their TVET college results.

In South Africa, there are fifty TVET colleges with over 250 campuses. The official 2024 calendar for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges has been confirmed. 

2024 TVET College Year 

NCV Programmes

Term 1 classes for NC(V) programmes commence on 15 January and conclude on 10 March. Supplementary examinations take place from 13 February to 8 March.

Term 2 starts on 3 April and concludes on 14 June. Term 3 kicks off on 9 July and concludes on 20 September, with 14 days allocated for internal examinations.

The academic year concludes in Term 4, starting on 1 October and ending on 1 November. Additional components such as Life Skills & Computer Literacy (P2) are scheduled from 28 October to 1 November, with examinations from 4 November to 6 December.

The colleges close for the year on 11 December. In total, students can expect 177 lecturing days and 210 staff service days throughout the year.

Calendar For NATED Courses

Business and Utility Studies

Semester 1 classes commence on 8 January and conclude on 20 March. Term 2 of the first semester starts on 3 April and ends on 17 May, with examinations from 20 May to 14 June.

Semester 2's Term 3 commences on 9 July, concluding on 20 September. Term 4 starts on 1 October, ending on 1 November, with examinations from 5 November to 6 December. The year concludes on 11 December, summing up to 153 lecturing days and 210 staff service days.

Calendar For NATED Natural Science Studies

Trimester 1 classes start on 8 January and end on 20 March. Examinations for this trimester take place from 25 March to 19 April, with the colleges closing on 19 April.

Trimester 2 commences on 13 May, concluding on 20 May, and examinations from 24 July to 16 August, with the colleges closing on 16 August.

Trimester 3 starts on 2 September and ends on 10 September, with examinations from 15 November to 9 December. The year wraps up on 11 December, resulting in 142 lecturing days and 210 staff service days.

National Certificate (Vocational) programmes 

NC(V) Courses, serving as an alternative to a Matric Certificate, focus on cultivating students in specialised areas, providing them with the skills and knowledge essential for a prosperous career.

NATED Programmes/Report 191 Programmes

NATED Programmes typically entail months of theoretical studies at a TVET college, complemented by practical applications in relevant workplaces.

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In South Africa, there are fifty TVET colleges comprising over 250 campuses. These institutions offer comprehensive training across various disciplines including engineering, media, hospitality, business, utilities, and tourism.




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