ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Electronic Engineering comprises career in research, design production, installation, maintenance and repair.

 

WHERE TO STUDY THIS COURSE
- Ellis Park Campus


PERSONALITY TRAITS
- Technically minded people
- People who can work with their hands


CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
- Radio & TV Technician
- Technician: Photocopier & Fax machine
- Telecommunications Technician
- Instrumentation Technician
- Domestic Appliance Technician
- Cell phone Repairs
- Car Radio Installation
- TV & Aerial Installation


ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
- For N1 Grade 12 Certificate with A Pass in Mathematics and Physical Science
- For N4 - N3
- For N2 - N1
- For N5 - N4
- For N3 - N2 /Technical Grade 12
- For N6 - N5


DURATION & REQUIREMENT
The duration of each level is THREE months. Therefore a TRIMESTER timetable is followed,, with registration taking place in January, April and August, enabling the successful student to accumulate THREE national certificates during the course of one year.


DURATION & REGISTRATION
After successfully completing the N6 course and a 24-month in-service training period spent in an environment relevant to the qualification, the student can apply for the National Diploma in Electronics Engineering.


QUALIFICATIONS
After successfully completing the N6 course and a 24-month in-service training period spent in an environment relevant to the qualification, the student can apply for the National Diploma in Electronics Engineering


ASSESSMENT
The pass requirement is a minimum of 40% per subject. Evaluations are cumulative, based on regular class tests and practical testing. At the end of each trimester an external examination is written.


CURRICULUM


N1

- Radio & Television Theory
- Industrial Electronics
- Engineering Science
- Mathematics

N2

- Radio & Television / Instrumentation Theory
- Industrial Electronics
- Logics Systems
- Mathematics

N3

- Radio & Television / Instrumentation Theory
- Industrial Electronics
- Logics Systems
- Mathematics

N4

- Mathematics
- Industrial Electronics
- Digital Electronics
- Communication Electronics #
- Industrial Instruments #

N5

- Mathematics
- Industrial Electronics
- Digital Electronics
- Communication Electronics #
- Industrial Instruments #

N6

- Mathematics
- Industrial Electronics
- Digital Electronics
- Communication Electronics #
- Industrial Instruments #
- Control Systems (Part Time)

CIVIL ENGINEERING

The Civil Engineer creates large-scale projects such as roads, bridges, railways and all kinds of heavy construction. He / She is involved in planning, design, construction and operation. For those who want to be part of upgrading of living standards, a career in Building and Civil Engineering will bring great rewards.



PERSONALITY TRAITS

  • Accuracy
  • A love for the outdoors
  • Self-discipline
  • Mathematical skills
  • Technically minded

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

  • Construction Foreman
  • Construction Supervisor
  • Plumber
  • Contractor
  • Building Inspector
  • Assistant Surveyor

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  •  For N1 Grade 12 Certificate with A Pass in Mathematics and Physical Science
  •  For N4 - N3
  •  For N2 - N1
  •  For N5 - N4
  •  For N3 - N2 /Technical Grade 12
  •  For N6 - N5

DURATION & QUALIFICATIONS

The duration of each level is THREE months.
Therefore a TRIMESTER timetable is followed enabling the successful learner to accumulate THREE national certificates during the course of ONE year.


QUALIFICATIONS

After successfully completing the N6 course and a 24-month in-service training period spent in an environment relevant to the qualification, the student can apply for the National Diploma in Building & Civil Engineering.


ASSESSMENT
The pass requirement is a minimum of 40% per subject. Evaluations are cumulative, based on regular class tests and practical testing. At the end of each trimester an external examination is written.


CURRICULUM

 


N1
 

- Plumbing/Bricklaying
- Building Drawing
- Building Science
- Mathematics

N2

 

- Plumbing/Bricklaying
- Building Drawing
- Building Science
- Mathematics

N3

 

- Building Construction
- Building Science
- Building Drawing
- Mathematics

N4

 

- Building Administration
- Building & Structure Construction
- Building & Structure Surveying
- Quantity Surveying #
- Mathematics

N5

 

- Building Administration
- Building & Structural Construction
- Building & Structural Surveying
- Quantity Surveying #
- Mathematics #

N6

 

- Building Administration
- Building & Structural Construction
- Building & Structural Surveying
- Quantity Surveying #
- Mathematics #

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

The Electrical field of study consists of two main fields, namely Electrical Heavy Current and Electrical Light Current (also known as Electronics).
Electricians are involved in the generation, installation, distribution and usage of electricity via electrically-operated equipment, e.g. Refrigerator, generators, stoves, heaters and industrial and domestic installations.

 

WHERE TO STUDY THIS COURSE
- Ellis Park Campus


PERSONALITY TRAITS
- Candidates need to have good eyesight and should not be color blind
- Good communication skills
- Natural aptitude for working with tools


CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
- Electrician
- Electro-technician
- Refrigeration Technician
- Master Electrician
- Lift Technician
- Millwright
- Electrical Fitter
- Electrical Engineer
- Electrical Wire person (Domestic installation)


ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
- For N1 Grade 12 Certificate with A Pass in Mathematics and Physical Science
- For N4 - N3
- For N2 - N1
- For N5 - N4
- For N3 - N2 /Technical Grade 12
- For N6 - N5


DURATION AND QUALIFICATION
The duration of each level is THREE months. Therefore a TRIMESTER timetable is followed, with registration taking place
in January, April and August, enabling the successful student to accumulate THREE national certificates during the course of one year.


ASSESSMENT
The pass requirement is a minimum of 40% per subject. Evaluations are cumulative, based on regular class tests and
practical testing. At the end of each trimester an external examination is written.


CURRICULUM


N1

- Electrical Trade Theory
- Industrial Electronics
- Engineering Science
- Mathematics

N2

- Electrical Trade Theory
- Industrial Electronics
- Engineering Science
- Mathematics

N3

- Electrical Technology
- Industrial Electronics
- Mathematics
- Engineering Science

N4

- Mathematics
- Industrial Electronics
- Electrotechnics
- Engineering Science #
- Fault Finding & Protective Devices #

N5

- Mathematics
- Industrial Electronics
- Engineering Physics #
- Fault Finding & Protective Devices#

N6

- Mathematics
- Industrial Electronics
- Electrotechnics
- Engineering Science #
- Fault Finding & Protective Devices #
- Installation Rules ( Paper 1 & 2)-Part Time

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Mechanical Engineering deals with the design, manufacture and maintenance of a wide range of industrial appliances.
This field of study is suitable for persons who are interested in following a technical career path and have the ability to work with their hands.


CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
- Draughts person
- Fitter & Turner
- Toolmaker
- Millwright
- Machinist
Instrument Technician
- Mechanical Technician
- AutoCAD Designer
- Refrigeration Technician


ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
- For N1 Grade 12 Certificate with A Pass in Mathematics and Physical Science
- For N4 - N3
- For N2 - N1
- For N5 - N4
- For N3 - N2 /Technical Grade 12
- For N6 - N5


DURATION & QUALIFICATIONS
After successfully completing the N6 course and a 24-month in-service training period spent in an environment relevant to the qualification, the student can apply for the National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering.


ASSESSMENT
The pass requirement is a minimum of 40% per subject. Evaluations are cumulative, based on regular class tests and practical testing. At the end of each trimester an external examination is written.


CURRICULUM


N1

- Fitting and Machining
- Engineering Drawing
- Engineering Science
- Mathematics

N2

- Fitting and Machining
- Engineering Drawing
- Engineering Science
- Mathematics

N3

- Mechanotechnics
- Engineering Drawing
- Engineering Science
- Mathematics

N4

- Mathematics
- Engineering Science
- Mechanical Draughting
- Mechanotechnics
- Supervisory Management

N5

- Mathematics #
- Mechanotechnics
- Strength of Materials #
- Power Machines #
- Fluid Mechanics #
- Mechanical Drawing & Design
- Supervisory Management

N6

- Mathematics #
- Mechanotechnics
- Strength of Materials #
- Power Machines #
- Fluid Mechanics #
- Mechanical Drawing &
- Supervisory Management
- Loss Control

BUSINESS MANAGEMNT

This course is devised to enable students to gain an insight into the effective functioning of small businesses.


PERSONALITY TRAITS
The successful Business Management student must be interested in developing creative & innovative skills to identify business opportunities.


CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Many opportunities exist in small businesses, for example, cafes’, restaurants, shops and supermarkets, where students
can apply their knowledge to enter into the business world.


CURRICULUM
- Introductory Accounting N4
- Entrepreneurship & Business Management N4, N5, N6
- Management Communication N4
- Computer Practice N4, N5, N6
- Public Relations N5, N6
- Sales Management N5, N6

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

The focus is on accounting. The curriculum concentrates on the management of the financial affairs of an organisation and on concluding their studies, students will have the ability to analyse financial and statistical information, check accounts and provide financial advice. Students will also have a thorough knowledge of Pastel Accounting and Pastel Payroll packages.


PERSONALITY TRAITS
Accountants must enjoy working in a numeracy environment. They should have an enquiring, analytical mind, and be able to work logically, consistently and accurately, even when under pressure.


CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
There is a big demand for accountants and bookkeepers in the job-market. Financial Management graduates will have
access to various clerical and administrative positions.


CURRICULUM
- Management Communication N4
- Computerised Financial Systems N4, N5, N6
- Entrepreneurship & Business Management N4, N5, N6
- Financial Accounting N4,N5,N6
- Cost & Management Accounting N5, N6

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

This course is devoted to acquiring, developing, utilising and maintaining an effective workforce.


PERSONALITY TRAITS
The successful Human Resource Manager must have people skills, including tact, patience, understanding and persuasiveness. Communication skills are important for interviewing, discussions with staff, negotiations and training. Human Resource officers should also have good writing skills in order to compile accurate reports.


CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Many opportunities exist in various fields.Graduates will be equipped to join Human Resource departments, present in most medium to large organisations, and can specialise as recruitment officers, consultants, labour relations personnel, etc.


CURRICULUM


-  Computer Practice N4, N5, N6
-  Personnel Management N4, N5, N6
-  Entrepreneurship & Business Management N4
-  Management Communication N4
-  Personnel Training N5, N6
-  Labour Relations N5, N6

MARKETING MANAGEMENT

The purpose of marketing is to identify and satisfy customer needs. It consists of tasks and decisions aimed at distributing goods and services to consumers so that the objectives of the business, consumer and society are achieved.


PERSONALITY TRAITS
Marketing managers should be good communicators, think clearly and be persuasive. They need to be good listeners and beable to understand other people’s point of view without losing sight of the original objective. Numeracy is a fundamental requirement as they use figures to analyze sales and market research data in planning and pricing. It is also an advantage to be creative, enthusiastic, pay attention to detail and have sound judgement in order to initiate and carry out specific projects.


CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Most industrial and commercial organisations have their own inhouse marketing departments responsible for the broad spectrum of marketing activities. A number of opportunities also exist in advertising agencies, market research and sales organisations.


CURRICULUM
-  Computer Practice N4, N5
-  Marketing Management N4, N5, N6
-   Entrepreneurship & Business Management N4, N5
-  Management Communication N4
-  Sales Management N5, N6
-  Marketing Communication N6
-  Market Research N6

MEDICAL SECRETARY

Carrier opportunities
The medical secretary works closely with doctors, specialists or other medical professionals, assisting with typing and filing memos, submitting samples for lab tests, x-rays, filing and faxing of prescriptions, and confidential patient information.  They also play a role with managing the appointment book for patients, theatre bookings, and may also deal with debtors, creditors and medical aid companies.


Requirements
Matric certificate or equivalent

N4

  • Office Practice N4
  • Introduction to information processing N4
  • Information processing N4
  • Communication N4

N5

  • Medical Practice N5
  • Office Practice N5
  • Information Processing N5
  • Communication N5

N6

  • Medical Practice N6
  • Office Practice N6
  • Information Processing N6
  • Communication N6

OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

Introduction
The Management Assistant/Legal Secretary course addresses the skills, knowledge and experience needed in the private/public sector. The programme integrates academic knowledge and theory with practical experience obtained during the internship.

General
The full course consists of 12 subjects for Management Assistant and 13 subjects for Legal Secretary. See curriculum.

Career Opportunities

  • Small Businesses 
  • Companies
  • Government Departments
  • Local Authorities

Admission Requirements
Grade 12 or equivalent

 N4

  

Curriculum

  • Office Practice
  • Computer Practice
  • Information Processing
  • Communication

N5

▼   

Curriculum

  • Office Practice
  • Computer Practice
  • Information Processing
  • Communication

N6

▼   

Curriculum

  • Office Practice
  • Computer Practice
  • Information Processing
  • Legal Practice N5  

PUBLIC MANAGEMENT

The Public Management course addresses the skills, knowledge and experience needed in the Public/Government departments across South Africa. The programme integrates academic knowledge and theory with practical experience obtained during the internship.

 

The full course consists of 12 subjects. See curriculum.

Career Opportunities

  • Small Business Companies
  • Government Departments
  • Local Authorities

Admission Requirements
Grade 12 or equivalent

 N4

   

Curriculum

  • Public Administration
  • Computer Practice
  • Management Communication
  • Entrepreneurship and Business Management

 N5

   

 

  • Public Administration
  • Public Finance
  • Municipal Administration
  • Computer Practice

N6

   

Curriculum

  • Municipal Administration
  • Public Administration
  • Public Finance
  • Public Law

TRAVEL AND TOURISM PROGRAM

About this programme:
If you are passionate about travelling, a career in tourism is for you. You will be required to be organised and have good communication skills. Tourism encompasses every product and service offered to tourists and business executives who are away on holiday or business. Tourism is the fastest growing industry in South Africa, providing an ever-increasing contribution to South Africa’s economy. You could choose to be based in an office, booking flights and organising accommodation or guiding tours and engaging with tourists.


Admission requirements:
Grade 12 is a requirement for admission, with an assessment and interview.


Job opportunities:

  • With this qualification you can begin a career in:
  • Travel Consulting
  • Tour Guiding
  • Tour Operations
  • Event Management
  • Reservation/Counter staff
  • Tour Planning

Course Content:
Students complete three certificates (N4-N6) and 18 months of in-service training, at the end of which a Diploma in Tourism is awarded.


N4
Tourist Destinations N4
Travel Services N4
Tourist Communication N4
Travel Office Procedures N4


N5
Tourist Destinations N5
Travel Services N5
Tourist Communication N5
Travel Office Procedures N5


N6
Tourist Destinations N6
Travel Services N6
Tourist Communication N6
Travel Office Procedures N6


Duration:
Each level takes 6 Months full time to complete (total of 18 months to complete the theory) and then 18 months practical. Generally it takes 3 years to qualify for a National N Diploma.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Course Type

National Certificate (Vocational)

Description / Definition

NC(V) programmes are delivered under the auspices of the Department of Higher Education and Training and quality assured by Umalusi. The programmes integrate theory and practice and provide students with a broad range of knowledge and practical skills within specific industry fields.

Duration

3 Years (1 year per level)

Qualification

Full Certificates on NQF Level 2, 3 and 4
NC(V) Level 4 Certificate is equivalent to National Senior Certificate (matric)

Admission Requirements

Grade 9 + college requirements set per programme

LEVEL 2
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Grade 11 OR Failed Grade 12 with Mathematics/ Science


DURATION
1 year


COURSE OVERVIEW
Fundamental Subjects:
- English First Additional Language
- Life Orientation
- Mathematics
Vocational Subjects:
- Introduction to Information Systems
- Electronics
- Introduction to Systems Development
- Electronics Control and Digital Electronics


NQF LEVEL 3
ADMISSION REQUIREMENT
Information Technology & Computer Science NQF Level 2


DURATION
1 year


COURSE OVERVIEW
Fundamentals Subjects:
- English First Additional Language
- Life Orientation
- Mathematics
Vocational Subjects:
- Systems Analysis and Design
- Computer Hardware and Software
- Principles of Computer Programming
- Electronics Control and Digital Electronics


NQF LEVEL 4
ADMISSION REQUIREMENT
Information Technology & Computer Science NQF Level 3


DURATION
1 year


COURSE OVERVIEW
Fundamentals Subjects:
- English First Additional Language
- Life Orientation
- Mathematics
Vocational Subjects:
- Systems Analysis and Design
- Data Communication andNetworking
- Computer Programming
- Electronics Control and Digital Electronics

ADMINISTRATIVE CLERK

ADMINISTRATIVE CLERK

CERTIFICATE  - 2015

QUALIFICATIONS OVERVIEW

Keyboarding

Introduction to Computers

Wordprocessing

Spreadsheets

Business Communication

Introduction to the Internet

Basic Bookkeeping

Office Practice

Electronic Mail

Registration Fee

R 1,000.00

PAYMENT TERMS

Total Course fee

R 7,700.00

Installment over 11 months

R 700.00

Admission Requirements:

1.Complete registration form accompanied with the stipulated registration fee

2. First installment

3.A copy of learner's and parent's or Sponsor's I.D/Passport

4.Recent  Proof of residential address

5.Previous report/certificate of achievement

CALL CENTER OPERATOR

CONTACT CENTRE OPERATOR 2015

QUALIFICATION OVERVIEW

Keyboarding

Introduction to Computers

Word-processing

Telephone Communications Skills

Office Practice

Call Centre Telephone Sales

Call Centre Equipment & Technology

Spreadsheets

Electronic Mail

Registration Fee

R 1,000.00

PAYMENT TERMS

Total Course fee

 

Installment over 12 months

R 700.00

Admission Requirements:

1.Complete registration form accompanied with the stipulated registration fee

2. First installment

3.A copy of learner's and parent's or Sponsor's I.D/Passport

4.Recent  Proof of residential address

5.Previous report/certificate of achievement

COMPUTER CLERK

COMPUTER CLERK

CERTIFICATE -2015

QUALIFICATIONS OVERVIEW

Keyboarding

Introduction to Computers

Word Processing

Spreadsheets

Office Pracice

Electronic Mail Level 1

Introduction to the Internet

Registration Fee

R 500.00

PAYMENT TERMS

Total Course fee

 

Installment over 6 months

R 500.00

Admission Requirements:

1.Complete registration form accompanied with the stipulated registration fee

2. First installment

3.A copy of learner's and parent's or Sponsor's I.D/Passport

4.Recent  Proof of residential address

5.Previous report/certificate of achievement

 

 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING N2

 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING N2

QUALIFICATIONS OVERVIEW

QUALIFICATIONS OVERVIEW

Mathematics N2

Mathematics N3

Engineering Science N2

Engineering Science n3

Engineering Drawing N2

Engineering Drawing N3

Industrial Electronics

Mechanotechnics

Registration Fee

R 1,000.00

Study Materials

R 800.00

PAYMENT TERMS

Total Course fee

R 7,700.00

Monthly Instalments

R 700.00

Admission Requirements:

1.Complete registration form accompanied with the stipulated registration fee

2.A copy of learner's and parent's or Sponsor's I.D/Passport

3.Recent  Proof of residential address

4.Previous report/certificate of achievement

 

DATA CAPTURE

 

DATA CAPTURER

CERTIFICATE -2015

QUALIFICATIONS OVERVIEW

Keyboarding

Introduction to Computers

Word Processing

Spreadsheets

Office Practice

Electronic Mail

Database

Bookkeeping

Registration Fee

R 1,000.00

PAYMENT TERMS

Total Course fee

 

Installment over 8 months

R 650.00

Admission Requirements:

1.Complete registration form accompanied with the stipulated registration fee

2. First installment

3.A copy of learner's and parent's or Sponsor's I.D/Passport

4.Recent  Proof of residential address

5.Previous report/certificate of achievement

MICROSOFT OFFICE PACKAGE

 

MS. OFFICE(SPECIAL COMBO) 2015

QUALIFICATIONS OVERVIEW

Keyboarding

MS Word

MS Excel

Database

MS Power Point

Electronic Mail

Registration Fee

R 500.00

PAYMENT TERMS

Total Course fee

R 3,300.00

Installment over 6 months

R 550.00

Admission Requirements:

1.Complete registration form accompanied with the stipulated registration fee

2. First installment

3.A copy of learner's and parent's or Sponsor's I.D/Passport

4.Recent  Proof of residential address

5.Previous report/certificate of achievement

 

 

MATRIC REWRITE

Requirements :

In order to rewrite Matric under the old and or new curriculum,you must have written matric under the new curriculum before and you must be below 21 years of age

SUBJECT

SUBJECT

FEES

  • English,
  • Afrikaans
  • History
  • Geography
  • Mathematics
  • Math Literacy
  • Economics

 

  • Business Accounting
  • Business Studies
  • Physical Science
  • Life Science
  • Agricultural Science
  • Accounting

 

Fees
Reg. R1000
Subjects1 R350 x 11
2 -3 R500 x 11
4 -5 R600 x 11
6 -7 R700 x 11
Exam Fee : R100 Per Subject

 

Classes for Matric rewrite under the new curriculum start in first week of feb and the final exams are written in October/November

Technical Matric

How to obtain a Matric certificate?
If you have the two languages under the old curriculum, you can also get technical Matric by doing 4 subjects only as shown in the table below. you can also choose the four subjects


SUBJECT

FEES

 

  • Supervision in Industry
  • Industrial orientation
  • Industrial Organization and Planning
  • Mathematics
  • Engineering Science
  • Business English
  • English

 

Registration : R1000
Subjects
1 R350 x 11
2 -3 R500 x 11
4 -5 R600 x 11
6 -7 R700 x 11
Exam Fee : R100 Per Subject

 

 

WHY AVT COLLEGE

Why AVT College
AVT College is dedicated to providing students with a solid foundation, creating future thinkers to build successful careers. Our quality, accredited courses have a strong technological focus enabling you to thrive in today’s working world.
We are a worthy higher education partner for all students who entrust us with their career development. We offers a wide range of qualifications, from NQF Level 2 to NQF Level 4 from National Technical Education (NATED) programmes to the new and exciting National Certificate (Vocational) [NC(V)] to Skills courses .



Our academic approach is intensely career-orientated and technology-driven. AVT qualifications are designed and frequently reviewed to meet changing market demands. This is done to stay in line with the latest skills developments within a specific career field, which allow students the opportunity to embark on higher education studies to build pathways, both academically and professionally.

 

Life at AVT College

We aim to provide a holistic educational experience where we encourage a healthy balance between work & play. Our facilities are designed with you and your end-goal in mind, boasting

  • Well-furnished classrooms,
  • Helpful libraries fitted with anything and everything required for projects and your studies,
  • And state-of-the-art computer labs.

Our student support team provides

  • Wellness services, by managing life skills development programmes,
  • Primary counselling and
  • Corporate social investment.
  • We also assist students academically through additional skills programmes and workshops.
  • Work Readiness Programmes equip graduates to enter the professional world with greater ease.

In addition to quality academics, we’d like to introduce our students to our more “social-side,” with our Student Council organising a range of cultural, sport and social activities to participate in as part of our rich campus life where students are able to engage as a diverse AVT College community.

Our courses


AVT has a range of courses from which a student can choose. Prospective students also have an opportunity to study on a part time basis in some of these programmes.

MISSION & VISION

Vision

. To provide a holistic educational experience that unlocks accessible human potential towards social and economic independence.

Mission

. Provide experiential learning through high quality teaching and learning.
. Develop enduring learners in a changing world.
. Uphold as an ever learning and growing college.

BANKING DETAILS

PLEASE MAKE ALL PAYMENTS TO:

ACCOUNT HOLDER: Vaal Academy Educational Group

BANK NAME: FNB (First National Bank)

ACCOUNT NO: 6244 6421 381

BRANCH CODE: 256755

BRANCH NAME: North Gate

 

ACCREDITATIONS

 

QCTO
Academy At Vaal Triangle is accredited by
Quality Council for Trade and Occupations
QCTO Accreditation No: QCTO NATED/15/0104

 

UMALUSI
Provisionally accredited by
Umalusi Council for Quality Assuarance in General
and Further Education and Training
Umalusi Accreditation No.: FET 00933PA

 

DHET
Accredited by
Department of Higher Education and Training
Examination Centre No:899992815

 

MICT SETA
AVT is accredited by
Media, Information and
Communications Technology SETA
MICT SETA No.: ACC/2015/07/0041

CONTACT US

Contact Details

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Tel: (016) 421 2606, Fax: 086 613 4379, Cell: 073 886 9723 / 073 451 7642
Website: www.avtcollege.co.za
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  • AVT College is dedicated to providing students with a solid foundation, creating future thinkers to build successful careers. Our quality, accredited courses have a strong technological focus enabling you to thrive in today’s working world. We are a worthy higher education partner for all students who entrust us with their career development. We offers a wide range of qualifications, from NQF Level 2 to NQF Level 4 – from National Technical Education (NATED) programmes to the new and exciting National Certificate (Vocational) [NC(V)] to Skills courses .

  • Academy at Vaal Triangle is a Further Education and Training institution, established to provide and uphold a holistic experience that unlocks accessible human potential towards social and economic independence. Academy at Vaal triangle offers distinctive and innovative solutions to the challenges of self empowerment in South Africa. This has had a transformative effect in the lives of all those who began their future at AVT. Opportunities are exclusive to the individuals who make the right choice to take on the endeavor at Academy at Vaal triangle. With that in mind, we challenge you to find your passion by discovering the offerings at AVT. Understand yourself, engage yourself academically, establish yourself in person and explore. AVT desires all of us to accomplish our goals and to make our impact in our lives and communities around us. I encourage you to create your dream, set your path, find your potential and AVT gives you the hand needed to excellence. Director