PROVINCIAL TVET COLLEGES CHORAL EISTEDDFOD
The Chief Directorate TVET Colleges and AET held the Annual TVET Colleges Choral Eisteddfod, at Sand du Plessis (Huguenot Theatre) in Bloemfontein on Friday 26 September 2014. All four Colleges in the Province namely: Goldfields, Flavius Mareka, Maluti and Motheo TVET College participated in the competition. This is an effort through which the Chief Directorate: TVET Colleges and AET creates a platform to display the talents of students and to listen to the voices of TVET Choirs. It is an endeavor towards development and nurturing of the Choral music in the province.
Results are as follows:
(Standard Category) Female Points
Motheo TVET College 77
Goldfields TVET College 72
Flavius Mareka TVET College 66
(Standard Category) Male Points
Motheo TVET College 72
(Western – Large Category) Points
Motheo TVET College 80
Goldfields TVET College 74
Flavius Mareka T VET College 64
(African – Large Category) Points
Motheo TVET College 75
Goldfields TVET College 70
Flavius Mareka TVET College 64
Indigenous African Piece Points
Maluti TVET College 65
Motheo TVET College 63
Flavius TVET College 61
Motheo TVET College Principal, Mrs Dipiloane Phutsisi thanked the choir for the hard work and making Motheo TVET College shine. She also encouraged them to continue enjoying the fruit of music.
THE WINNING: MOTHEO TVET COLLEGE CHOIR
September month was targeted as Deaf Awareness month by the Student Representative Council (SRC) Disability Officer Machete Cliford organised the special awareness campaign during the week of 10th to 23th September 2014.
The Thaba ‘Nchu, Bloemfontein, Hillside View, Botshabelo, Zastron and Koffiefontein campus were hosting the campaign where 200 students attended. The Student Representative Council (SRC) Disability Officer, opened the world of basic sign language to the student audience during a “talking” session students experience practical application of the special language. Currently Motheo TVET College has total of 97 registered disabled students studying a verity of programmes
TVET COLLEGES MUST PLAY BIGGER ROLE
The Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training Mr Mduduzi Manana, declared the month of August as “Technical and Vocational Education and Training TVET” month. This is driven by the target set from the National Department of Higher Education and Training towards achieving the National Development Plan of producing 19 999 competent artisan candidates by 31 March 2015.
Higher Education and Training Deputy Minister Mduduzi Manana on Thursday 21 August 2014 officially celebrated the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) month at Motheo TVET College, Hillside View Campus.
During his keynote address Minister Manana said August was meant to also encourage out-of-school students and the unemployed wishing to acquire new skills to make use of the TVET colleges to empower themselves. The launch, attended by the officials from colleges around the province as well as provincial education department heads, heard from Deputy Minister that is was about time the TVET Colleges take their rightful place in the family of higher learning institutions in the country. “We are today saying TVET Colleges are here to service the people in their neighborhoods, hence we need to upscale the role played by these colleges. It speaks to our drive for radical socio-economic transformation of our society, and it is more relevant that this launch takes place during Women’s Month.” Deputy Minister Manana said it is about time that TVET Colleges enter into partnerships with universities near them so that there is a smooth transition from college to universities by students. TVET Colleges are there to assist in increasing skills, ensuring capacity building, increasing the number of students entering the labour market and imparting knowledge on curriculum specifically designed to address local skills shortage challenges. Motheo TVET College Chairperson Mr Fezile Wetes said the institution was humble by being chosen to host the very first launch and celebration of the annual TVET month.
The National Department of Higher Education and Training’s highest priority is to strengthen and expand the public TVET colleges and turn them into attractive institutions of choice for school leavers. FET colleges will now be known as TVET colleges.
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Motheo FET College, situated in Bloemfontein, offers a wide variety of affordable training options for a student with any of the following aims: skills training for employment, entrepreneurial skills development for self-employment, full time day or evening studies, short courses in many areas of interest, a variety of pre Grade 12 programmes e.g. N1 – N3 Engineering, NQF Levels 2 – 4 (National Certificate Vocational) as well as tertiary training N4 – N6. Any person, young or old, who is interested in making a total career change, will find Motheo FET College indispensable in most study fields, from basic to tertiary training.
Training is presented at the three campuses: Bloemfontein (Business and Utility Studies), Hillside View (Engineering Studies) and Thaba’Nchu (Engineering and Business Studies) The community is served at the Rural Campuses in Botshabelo, Zastron and Koffiefontein.
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