List Of TVET Schools In Namibia

List Of TVET Schools In Namibia

List Of TVET Schools In Namibia

What is TVET?

TVET (Technical and Vocational Education and Training) is education and training which provides knowledge and skills for employment. TVET uses formal, non-formal and informal learning. TVET is recognised to be a crucial vehicle for social equity, inclusion and sustainable development.

List Of TVET Schools In Namibia

Wolwedans Foundation Trust

National Youth Service (NYS)

Namibian Academy for Tourism and Hospitality (NATH)

Military School – Osona Base

Katutura Youth Enterprise Center (KAYEC)

African Hospitality and Tourism Cc

Africa Institutional Management Services (AIMS)

Africa Leadership Institute (ALI)

DAPP (Development Aid from People to People ) Vocational Training School

Eenhana Vocational Training Centre, Engela, Ohangwena Region

Nakayale Vocational Training Centre, Outapi, Omusati Region

Okakarara Vocational Training Centre, Okakarara, Otjozondjupa Region.

Rundu Vocational Training Centre, Rundu, Kavango Region

Valombola Vocational Training Centre, Ongwediva, Oshana Region

Windhoek Vocational Training Centre, Windhoek, Khomas Region

Zambezi Vocational Training Centre, Katima Mulilo, Zambezi Region

Ngato Vocational Training Center, Rundu, Kavango West

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

What qualifications do TVET colleges offer?

The two main courses offered by TVET colleges are:

  • National Certificate (Vocational) qualifications, the NC (V), and.
  • National Accredited Technical Education Diploma (NATED) programmes, also referred to as “Report 191” programmes.

What is the purpose of TVET colleges?

TVET Colleges focus on vocational and occupational education and training with aim of preparing students to become functional workers in a skilled trade.

What are TVET courses at high school?

TVET courses are ‘dual accredited’ courses – meaning they count as units of study towards both your HSC and a nationally recognised Vocational Education and Training (VET) qualification (i.e. a Certificate or Statement of Attainment).

What is the difference between TVET college and university?

A TVET qualification is usually quicker to obtain and at a lower expense. It is also more focused on getting you into the workforce quicker. University programmes are geared towards the transfer of knowledge rather than skills. A university degree can cost between R31 500 and R56 000 a year.

What is a FET college?

Now known as Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Colleges, what were previously called FET colleges provide after-school education for those who choose not to attend a traditional university.

Can you study part time TVET College?

TVET colleges have a range of study options, catering to the needs of their students. If you are not able to attend full time classes, you can also study part time. Some colleges also offer distance learning courses. This will allow you to study from the comfort of your own home.

What is TVET Strategy?

Technical and Vocational Education Training Strategy (TVET Strategy) The TVET continental strategy is meant to be an action guide that should be quickly owned in order to develop each line of the strategy to build the TVET national, regional and continental system.

Can I study at TVET college without matric?

FET colleges, always known as TVET colleges, allow you to study without matric. It also provides valuable workplace skills through in-classroom learning. As part of your practicals and training, you will be required to work within the industry you are studying in.

Is TVET college free in Namibia?

That all students at TVET (technical and vocational education and training) colleges receive free education in the form of grants and that “no student be partially funded” at these schools.