Ingwe College Courses

Ingwe College Courses

The following Artisan Trade Test Programmes are available at the Ingwe TVET College:

  • Fitting and Turning
  • Electrical
  • Carpentry
  • Plumbing
  • Welding
  • Brick Laying
  • Motor Mechanic
  • Panel Beating
  • Spray Painting

PRACTICALS Ingwe College Courses

PRACTICALS Ingwe College Courses

RPL-Trade Test Certification

TRADE TEST CERTIFICATION & BURSARIES

Duration: 3 months
Courses:Fitting and Turning, Electrical, Carpentry, Plumbing, Welding, Brick Laying, Motor Mechanic, Panel Beating, Spray Painting
 

Requirements:

Qualification with Experience
N2 Certification including relevant Trade Theory
                                           
and 3 years relevant work experience
Relevant Engineering NCV at NQF Level
 
and 3 years relevant work experience
Relevant Engineering NCV at NQF Level 4 plus completion of all relevent work experience modules and 18 months relevant work experience
Technical Grade 12 with Maths, Engineering Science and related trade theory subject and 3 years relevant work experience
Grade 9 and 4 years relevant work experience
Relevant N6 Certificate or National Technical Diploma (S or N stream) (trade theory subjects) and 18 months relevant work experience

 

REPORT 191 PROGRAMMES N4-N6 BUSINESS STUDIES1 – Ingwe college courses

REPORT 191 PROGRAMMES N4-N6 BUSINESS STUDIES1 – Ingwe college courses

REPORT 911 PROGRAMMES N4-N6 BUSINESS STUDIES

NATED – BUSINESS STUDIES N4, N5, N6 (REPORT 191)

Duration: 3 years
Qualification: N6 Diploma (NQF level 6)
Admission Requirements: Senior Certificate (Grade 12) OR National
Senior Certificate (N3) for entrance to the N4 level courses

COURSE SUBJECTS VOCATIONAL ACTIVITIES CARRIER OPPORTUNITIES
MARKETING
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT
Marketing Management
Management Communication
Economics
Entrepreneurship
Intro accounting financial accounting communication entrepreneurship computer practise
Office practise
Communication
Public relations
Computer Practice
Information Processing
Market new products
Sell goods and services
Research needs of consumers and develop products
Determine pricing , packaging, sales, promotions and distribution
Guide consumer on products and brands
Advertise and promote new products
Analyse the structure of firms in order to rectify problem areas
Advise and guide management in order to improve functional areas
Train personnel in certain fields
Assist management with strategic plan
Coordinate office correspondence type letters, reports, memoranda, agenda and minutes.
Maintain equipment and stationery supplies
Perform reception duties
Coordinate and organise functions
Organise meetings
Staff travel
Itineraries and accommodation
Operate office equipment
Become a call centre operator
General marketing
New product development
Promotion activities
Advertising
Sales promotion
Public relations
Selling
Sales management
Distribution
Marketing research
Finance
Marketing
Personnel
Strategy
Private secretary
Front line reception
Recruitment or employment agent
Self employed
Legal secretarial
Services
Personal and general
secretaries services
Bookkeeping
Office management
Office Administration

 

NATED PROGRAMMES N1-N3 ENGINEERING STUDIES – Ingwe college courses

NATED PROGRAMMES N1-N3 ENGINEERING STUDIES – Ingwe college courses

NATED PROGRAMMES N1-N3 ENGINEERING STUDIES

NATED – ENGINEERING STUDIES N1, N2, N3

Duration: 3 years
Qualification: N6 Diploma (NQF level 6)
Admission Requirements: Senior Certificate (Grade 12) OR National
Senior Certificate (N3) for entrance to the N4 level courses
 

COURSE SUBJECT ACTIVITIES OPPORTUNITIES
Civil Engineering Construction
Quantity Survey
Building Administration
Building Structural Survey
Design and Construct foundations for structures and earth embankments, tunnels and earth dams
Transport engineers plan, design and construct airports, railway lines and roads
Marine engineers design and construct quays, jetties, breakwaters and dry docks
Provide and maintain services like water, drainage and sewage and networks as well as roads in towns and cities
Waste water treatment and purify plants
Construct Engineers plan, control and execute construction projects
Specialist in construction and use of machinery
Management of specific projects Generate and distribute power heat and light
National, Provincial and Local government bodies
Consultant
Construction companies
Teaching and research
Self employed
Non civil engineering companies
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Mathematics
Engineering Science
Electrical Trade Theory
Industrial electronics
Design , develop, install and testing of electrical motors, generators alternators, transformers, transmission lines ,cables and switchgear
Fault detection and testing of industrial instrumental used in manufacturing and chemical industries
Design testing and manufacturing of microchips
Install , fault detection and maintain telecommunication equipment
Design and manufacture circuit of boards used for interfacing computers to other equipment the wiring of controlling computer operations
Self employed
Electrical engineering
Industrial engineering
Sound technology
Theatre technology
Process level control
Digital electronics
instrumental

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE VOCATIONAL BUSINESS STUDIES – Ingwe college courses

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE VOCATIONAL BUSINESS STUDIES – Ingwe college courses

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE VOCATIONAL BUSINESS STUDIES

NCV BUSINESS STUDIES

Duration: 3 years (one year each for level 2, level 3, level 4)
Qualification: NCV level 4 (Equivalent to National Senior Certificate / Grade 12 NQF level 4)
Admission Requirements: Gr 9 (Minimum), or NQF level 1, or Approved bridging programme

COURSE SUBJECTS VOCATIONAL ACTIVITIES CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
MANAGEMENT English
Mathematics
Mathematics literacy
Life Orientation
Management practice
Operational
Management
Financial Management
Entrepreneurship and Project Management fine
Assist with communication management in organisations
Participate in Human Resource Management structure in organisation
Manage productivity within an organisation
Contribute to change management and transform in an organisation
Human resources
Marketing
Finance management
Public Relations
Production
Office administration
MARKETING English
Mathematics or Mathematical Literacy
Life Orientation
Advertising and promotions
Marketing
Consumer Behaviour
Contact Centre
Operations
Marketing new products
Sell goods and services
Research needs of consumer and develop products
Determine pricing, packaging, sales, promotions and distribution
Guide consumers on products and brands
Advertise and promote new products
Marketing
Business Management Promotions and advertising
Market research Product Development Public Relations Merchandising
Sales Management Brand Management Consumer relations
OFFICE ADMINISTRATION English,
Mathematics or Mathematics Literacy Life Orientation Business Practise
Office Data
Processing
Applied Accounting
or New Venture Creation
Coordinate office correspondence
Type letters, report , memoranda, agenda and minutes
Maintain equipment and stationery supplies Perform reception duties
Coordinate and organize function Organise meetings, staff travel itineraries and accommodation
Operate office equipment
Become a call centre operator
Accounting and Bookkeeping
Office Management Office administration freight forwarder Human Resource Management Personnel Management
Private secretary front line reception
Recruitment or employment agent Self employed
Legal secretaries services
Personal and general Secretaries
FINANCE ECONOMICS AND ACCOUNTING English, Mathematics or Mathematics Literacy,
Life Orientation
Applied Accounting
Economics
Environment
Financial Management
New venture
Perform bookkeeping duties
Keeping records of wages, salaries, petty cash and reconciliation
Prepare financial statements
Management budget, analyse finances of a business
Private and public accounting
Banking
Financial service
Insure Service
Investment Service and book keeping
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND COMPUTER SCIENCE English, Mathematics, or mathematical Literacy, Life Orientation, information Systems, System Development, and Computer Programming, Computer Hardware and Soft ware, System analysis and Design. Test Programs and Software applications
Write computer programs
Install network cables for computer system
Process computer data
Develop, research and document user requirements
Computer Programming
Information technology Management
Computer system engineering
Data Processing

 

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE VOCATIONAL ENGINEERING STUDIES – Ingwe College Courses

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE VOCATIONAL ENGINEERING STUDIES – Ingwe College Courses

ENGINEERING STUDIES

NCV ENGINEERING STUDIES

Duration: 3 years (one year each for level 2, level 3, level 4)
Qualification: NCV level 4 (Equivalent to National Senior Certificate / Grade 12 NQF level 4)
Admission Requirements: Gr 9 (Minimum), or NQF level 1, or Approved bridging programme

COURSE SUBJECTS VOCATIONAL ACTIVITIES CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
ENGINEERING AND RELATED DESIGN English,
Mathematics or Mathematical literacy ,
Life Orientation, Engineering practice and Maintenance
Technology,
Engineering Technology, Materials Technology, Professional engineering practice
Engineering systems,
Graphic and Design, Applied Engineering and Design,
Applied Engineering Technology
Fitting and turning Engineering fabrication Automotive repair and maintenance
Welding
Refrigeration and air conditioning
Participate in the design and construction of buildings
Take part in the manufactured of tools, machines and engines
Participate in the planning and building of roads, bridges, canals and dams.
Take part in the operation and maintenance of machines
Plan and design mines and mining facilities
Participate in the design of shaft and ventilation systems
Chemical engineering
Civil engineering
Coal technology
Geology
Mechanical engineering
Metallurgical Engineering
Mining metallurgy Petroleum engineering
Car manufacturing
Architectural technology Welding
Tool making
Building management Automotive repairing
Motor mechanics
Panel beating
Refrigeration
Air conditioning
ELECTRICAL INFRASTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION English
Mathematics or Mathematical literacy
Life orientation
Electrical principles and practice
Electronic control and digital electronics Electrical workmanship
Electrical systems and construction
Work at a power station
Work as an electrician an energy producing company or power plant
Work as an electrical technician at a telecommunications company
Work at recording studio as an electrical technician
Work at a performance threat as a technician
Electrical engineering
Industrial engineering
Sound technology
Theatre technology
Process level control
Digital electronics
Instrumental
CIVIL ENGINEERING AND BUILDING CONSTRUCTION English
Mathematics or Mathematics literacy
Life Orientation Construction Planning Construction Plant and Equipment
Construction materials Construction supervision Construction carpentry and roof work Construction plumbing Masonry and tilling Concrete structures
Roads
Physical science
Participate in operation and maintenance of construction equipment and machinery
Participate in construction of roads, bridges, dams, railways, and houses
Take part in design of construction of tunnels, factories, reservoirs
Participate in the erection of reinforced concrete, structural steel, timber and masonry structures
Architectural technology
Drain inspection
Industrial designing
Quantity surveying
Town and regional planning
Sanitation and reticulation,
Road construction engineering
Building construction.