Waterberg TVET College Campuses

Waterberg TVET College Campuses

Waterberg TVET College Campuses – See Details Below:

1.Waterberg TVET College Lebowakgomo campus

Waterberg TVET College Lebowakgomo Campus – See Details Below:

The Engineering and Skills Training Centre (previously known as the Lebowakgomo campus) is situated in Lebowakgomo.

The name of the centre explains the type of programmes being offered at this centre. All Engineering-related programmes as well as Skills programmes are being offered here.

The Engineering and Skills Training Centre is addressing the skills shortages in South Africa through the programmes that are being offered.

A fully-equipped Mechanical Workshop is being used by the NCV Engineering Related Design programme so that student can apply their theoretical knowledge.

One of the subjects in this programme is Automotive Repair and Maintenance whereby students need to understand the fundamentals of engine technology, balance a wheel, select and use vehicle lifting equipment, carry out a service, remove, test, fit and service batteries etc. All this theoretical knowledge is being applied in this workshop.

Residence accommodations are available at the centre for college students.

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2. Waterberg TVET College Mahwelereng Campus

Waterberg TVET College Mahwelereng Campus – See Details Below:

The Business Studies Centre (previously known as Mahwelereng Campus) is situated in Mahwelereng township. This campus is a showpiece of attention to effective maintenance and organization. The name of the centre explains the type of programmes being offered at this centre.

All business-related programmes are being offered here. The construction of a Simulation centre for practical training makes this centre a state-of-the-art facility to study. The NCV and Report 191 programmes are making use of the Simulation Centre for practical training.

Simulation Centre

simulation/practical training is as close as possible to the real thing, but no money and no actual products/services change hands. The simulated economy results in a natural flow of typical business operations. This ensures that students must respond to external or incoming communications (e.g. paying an account or processing an order). They must also generate internal operations (e.g. processing salary slips, engaging in marketing activities, paying over unemployment insurance funds (UIF) and pay-as-you-earn taxation (PAYE) amounts to avoid penalties) to ensure the continued existence of the business.

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The benefits of the Simulation Centre for students are

  • Skills orientated training
  • Learning by doing
  • Work-ready for work
  • Applying classroom theory
  • Gain entrepreneurial skills
  • Better equipped for the working environment
  • Development of key skills e.g. teamwork, communication skills, crisis management, decision making etc.

3.Waterberg TVET College Mokopane Campus

Waterberg TVET College Mokopane Campus – See Details Below:

The IT and Computer Science Centre (previously known as the Mokopane campus) is situated in Mahwelereng and is sharing the facilities of the Multi-Purpose Community Centre.

This centre is well constructed with ample facilities with an imposing reception area for students, large lecture halls, pleasing landscaped grounds, which provide recreation for students between lectures, office facilities for staff and students, a library and classrooms.

Residence accommodations are available at the centre for college students.