We offer academic programmes that seek to address the illiteracy and reduce unemployment through responsive skills development programmes
College management meets the minister of higher education.
We participated in the annual higher education summit.
Our Background & Purpose
The KwaZulu-Natal CET College was established on 1 April 2015 under the auspices of the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) in terms of the Continuing Education and Training Act, Act 16 of 2006, as amended.
Our purpose is to address the education needs of youth and adults in KZN communities who, for various reasons, did not complete their schooling or who never attended school. The College seeks to facilitate a cycle of lifelong learning in communities by establishing the development of skills (including literacy, numeracy and vocational skills) to enhance personal, social, family and employment experiences. It offers both academic and skills programmes.
Formal and Non-Formal Skills Programmes
Adult Education & Training (AET) Sub-Levels 1-3
Amended Senior Certificate
General Education & Training Certificate (GETC) ABET Level 4 which is an adult qualification that is registered at NQF Level 1
KZN CET COLLEGE LEARNING CENTRES
The college has presence in different metros and districs within the province for ease of access to students, ensuring that we spread as much as possible the opportunity to learn and improve the socio-economic lives of the people of KwaZulu-Natal through skill acquisition.