Coastal KZN Tvet College Admission Requirements

Coastal KZN Tvet College Admission Requirements

Coastal KZN Tvet College Admission Requirements 2022-2023

Coastal KZN Tvet College Admission Requirements 2022-2023 – See Details Below:

Admission Criteria For New Enrolments

4.1    Students who endeavour  to enrol  for Report 191Business  Studies – N4-NS must  have passed either NCV Level 4 (21 subjects – from  L2-L4); or  have obtained  a National  Senior  Certificate  (Matric). Previous subject studies and direction will influence course enrolment.

4.1.1 In addition – for the Management Assistant N4 program, students must have passed Grade 12 Typing or Compu-typing. If this criterion is not met, students  must enrol for the Introductory Business Studies N4 program for the first Semester and in the second Semester,may proceed to the N4 program if he/she successfully passed the introductory program.
4.1.2 In addition -for the Financial Management N4 program, students  must have passed Grade 12 Accounting. If  this  criterion is not  met, students  must enrol  for  the  Introductory Business Studies N4 program  for the  first  Semester and do the Introductory Accounting  N4 and in the second Semester, may proceed to the N4  program if he/she successfully passed  the introductory program.

4.2 Students who endeavour to enrol for Report 191Engineering Studies N2 must have passed at least Grade 10-Grade 12 Mathematics (and not Mathematical Literacy); if the student has done Mathematical Literacy, he/she must enrol for Report 191Engineering Studies Nl. School levels and subjects passed and/or other  previous studies will influence your enrolment  into  specific courses and/or levels. A RPL process will be conducted at the enrolment process.

4.3 Please note that for Electrical engineering,students  may, on applying for employment, be required to pass a Colour competency test.

Progression Criteria And Enrolment Information

5.1 For all courses (besides Tourism  and  Multi-Disciplinary  Drawing  Office  Practice), the  following promotional criteria will apply:
•    A student must pass at least 3 subjects with a percentage of 40% or more to be promoted to the next level.
5.2 For Tourism & MDDOP the following pass/promotional criterion will apply:
•    A student must pass at least 3 subjects with the following percentages:

Admission Criteria For New Enrolments- NCV

4.1. Students who endeavour to enrol for NCV Level 2 Business and General Studies programs must have completed and passed  Grade  10-11; and  Grade 12 with  Mathematics for  the  Information  & Technology as well as Finance,Economics & Accounting programs.
4.2. Students who endeavour to enrol for NCV Level 2- all Engineering Studies must have completed and passed a minimum of Grade 10-11Mathematics (not Mathematical Literacy).
4.3. Students who endeavour to enrol for NCV Level 2 Electrical Construction – may, on applying for employment,be required to pass a Colour competency test.

Progression Criteria

5.1. Students who endeavour to enrol for NCV Level 3 must have already passed a minimum of 5 NCV Level 2 subjects.
5.2. Students who endeavour to enrol for NCV Level 4 must have already passed all 7 Level 2 subjects as well as a minimum of 5 NCV Level 3 subjects.

6.   Supplementary  Exams- Ncv Only:

6.1. Only students who have passed a minimum of three subjects will be permitted to register and write the supplementary exam if they meet the sub-minimum requirements.  Students who have passed less than three subjects may register as full-time (repeating) students,space permitting.
6.2. The sub-minimum Final November examination marks required for entry to a supplementary exam are:

6.2.1.      Mathematics or Mathematical Literacy (25%- 29%)
6.2.2.      English (First AdditionalLanguage)  {35%- 39%)
6.2.3.      Life Orientation {35%- 39%)
6.2.4.      Vocational & Core subjects (45%- 49%)
(Students who achieve Jess than the minimum sub-minimum marks indicated will not be eligible to sit the supplementary exam. The student needs to enter for a full-time/recovery programme)

6.3. If these subjects are failed again in the Supplementary exam, the student will need to attend a full­ time class or recovery programme for these subjects and re-write the November examination. The student will be responsible for the payment of the re-write fee per subject.