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Here Are TVET College Courses Where Matric Isn’t Needed

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The Following TVET College Courses Don’t Require Matric

There is a common misconception that without a matriculation certificate, it is impossible to further your education or acquire a decent job. This is false, though, as there are many courses available at TVET colleges that will let you advance your education.

If you don’t pass the matriculation exam, your educational adventure is not done. There are many approved Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Colleges that provide courses without requiring matriculation that you can enroll in.

Many of the courses offered by TVET Colleges are geared toward addressing South Africa’s skills gap. A National Certificate (Vocational) (NC(V)) is one of the sorts of credentials you can obtain at a TVET College. There is no matriculation requirement for the NC(V).

If you don’t have a matriculation certificate, you must:

  • Be at least 16 years or older
  • Have Grade 9 or ABET Level 4 Certificate

The following courses are available at TVET Colleges for those without matriculation certificates:

  • Management Course
  • Computer
  • First Aid Course
  • Forensic Courses
  • Child Psychology Courses
  • Photography Courses
  • Interior Design and Decorating
  • Child Day Care Courses
  • Creche Management Courses
  • Educare and Child Care Courses
  • Accounting Courses
  • Bookkeeping Courses
  • Finance Courses
  • Adult Matric
  • Beauty Therapy Courses
  • Health Courses

If you have successfully completed Grade 9, TVET Colleges offer courses that enable you to obtain a matric certificate. On Levels 2, 3, and 4, which correspond to Grades 10, 11, and 12, you will receive the National Vocational Certificate (NCV).

As TVET colleges place a strong emphasis on students’ employability by making practical training a significant part of the course, continuing your studies there without a matriculation could be very advantageous for you. You are now well-equipped for the workplace thanks to this.

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