Funded Programmes and Learnerships

The following programme offerings are a collaboration between the College and various members of industry. The entry requirements are determined by the industry stakeholder, including the application deadline.
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THE THAPELO MADIBENG BURSARY SCHEME

The Construction Education and Training Authority (CETA) was established in April 2000 after the promulgation of the Skills Development Act, 97 of 1998. Its primary objective is to influence the course of training and skills development in construction by ensuring that all training reflects the needs and requirement of the sector.

BURSARY OPPORTUNITIES
The Construction Education and Training Authority hereby invites all suitable students interested in Construction related studies to apply for bursary from the year 2019.

ABOUT THE BURSARY
A maximum of R80 000.00 per annum will be awarded to successful students covering tuition, prescribed books/stationery, residence costs (no private accommodation) and meals. The bursary scheme is targeting qualifications in the Construction Sector including but are not limited to:

Universities Degree Qualification
BSc Architecture
BSc Land Surveying
BSc Civil Engineering
BSc Quantity Surveying
BSc Construction Management
Advanced Diploma in Civil Engineering
B degree in Geomatics
BSc Urban and Regional Planning
BSc Property Development
BSc in Real Estate

Universities of Technologies  
ND: Building  
ND: Civil Engineering  
ND: Quantity Surveying  
ND: Electrical Engineering  
ND: Town and Regional Planning
ND: Land and Property Development
ND: Architecture
ND: Geomatics
ND: Construction

TVET Colleges
NCV: Civil Engineering and Building (Level 2 – 4)
NCV: Electrical Infrastructure Construction (Level 2 – 4)
NATED : Electrical Engineering (N1 - N6)
NATED: Civil Engineering (N1 - N6)

ELIGIBILITY
Both under-graduate and post-graduate students up to Honor’s level may apply
Immediate CETA employee’s family members may not apply
Students currently funded by CETA through entities may not apply
Applications will only be considered from South African citizens studying in Public Institutions

SELECTION CRITERIA
Selection of successful students will be strictly on academic merit with pure Maths and Physical Science
No Bursaries will be granted to existing students who are not promoted to the next year.
 In making the final selection, preference will be given to:
- Previously disadvantaged individuals, Students from Rural Areas, students with Disabilities, Females and beneficiaries of Military Veterans
The bursary is renewable annually, based on academic performance/results

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED
Certified copy of ID document
Certified copy of guardian/parents proof of income or social grant/pension
Letter of acceptance from tertiary institution: University, University of Technology or TVET College
Full academic history for students already studying at University or University of Technology
Grade 12 June 2017 results for Matriculants
Age (not more than 35 years of age)
Income (parents not earning more than R350k per annum)

CLOSING DATE: 31 January 2019
Please note: Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.
Applications must be send to Bursaryapplications@ceta.co.za
For more information, please contact: Rose Skosana: 011 265 5934 / 071 371 6528 Roses@ceta.co.za
HOW TO APPLY:
Go to www.ceta.org.za Download and complete the application form or click here ThapeloMadibengBursaryScheme

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Youth Focus Programmes: WCED

False Bay TVET College is partnering with the WCED to offer a Youth Focused occupational skills programme in:

•Wholesale & Retail NQF Level 1 and NQF Level 2 qualification: Mitchell's Plain Campus
•Hospitality: Muizenberg Campus

These study opportunities are for learners in the Metro South area only. Please speak to your child’s school principal for more information and referral.

This programme affords learners the opportunity to acquire an accredited skills programme with a strong workplace component.  The Youth Focus Project offers new hope for learners both female and male who are at risk of dropping out after repeatedly not been promoted at the end of Grade 10 and who are generally three to four years older than other learners in these Grades.

WCED: Youth Focus Programme: Hospitality
•Three (3) skills training programmes over 2 years
•Assistant Chef, Hotel Reception & Table Attendant
•On the job training with the host employer
•High Employability
•Strong component Life skills training to prepare the student for the workplace
Muizenberg Campus: 021 788 8373

WCED: Youth Focus Programme: Wholesale and Retail
 •Two (2) skills training programmes over 2 years
•On the job training with the host employer
•High Employability
•Strong component Life skills training to prepare the student for the workplace
 Mitchell's Plain Campus: 021 391 0717

Entry Requirements:
•Learners older than 18 years, in Grade 9 and 10 who are currently in the school system
•Interest in a career path that is hands on
•Interview and assessment

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