- Generally the only requirement is a desire to learn
and a willingness to abide by the rules of the institution.
- For conventional school subjects, the level of entry
will be determined by assessment and based on previous
qualifications, if any.
- For the practical skill courses. An ability to communicate
in English (at least verbally) is generally recommended,
however, this may very from course to course.
- For the computer literacy, written and verbal communication
is required. Most tutors are African and fluent in at least
Xhosa, so it would be possible to enter even if the level
of English is not good, but it may handicap the learner's
2. Registration Times:
- Registration for mainstream schools subjects generally
takes place between February and March each year.
- Registration for other Practical Skills Courses also
take place in February each year but may often be registered
for even later than that, depending on the Course Co-ordinator
- Registration for the Computer Literacy course takes
place throughout the year as it is a modular course with
six new intakes during the course of each year. (Enquire
directly with the Computer Centre @ Telefax: 021 695 5775
or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org )