Taletso TVET College offers students the opportunity to study the best courses or programmes in South Africa. The courses are available to all persons who meet the school admission requirements when submitting your application. Applicants can call or locate the school for more enquiries.
- Primary Agriculture (NC-V)
- Business Management (N1-N6)
- Finance, Economics and Accounting (NC-V)
- Financial Management (N1-N6)
- Human Resource Management (N1-N6)
- Management (NC-V)
- Marketing (N1-N6)
- Civil Engineering
- Electrical Engineering (N1-N6)
- Electrical Infrastructure Construction (NC-V)
- Engineering and Related Design (NC-V)
- Mechanical Engineering (N1-N6)
Hospitality and tourism
- Hospitality (NC-V)
- Tourism (NC-V)
- Information Technology & Computer Science (NC-V)
- Management Assistant (N1-N6)
- Office Administration (NC-V)
- Primary Health (NC-V)
Get in touch
- Tel: +27 (0) 18 384 2346/ 50
- Fax: +27 (0) 18 384 7511
HOW TO APPLY
Step 1: Get your application form.
You will only be able to get an application form from one of Taletso’s three campuses.
Step 2: Complete your application form in full.
*Remember you’ll need an email address.
Step 3: Attach all supporting documents.
Please note: It’s important for you to have certified copies as well as your original documents with you. All certified documents may not be older than 3 months.
Step 4: Complete a student accommodation form should you need accommodation
Mafikeng Campus is situated in Mahikeng, which is the capital of the North West Province. The town is surrounded by rural villages governed by the tribal system of authority. Game farming, guesthouses and vegetable farming are typical economic activities in the area.
The Lichtenburg Campus is located 68km from Mahikeng and it is the only campus in the North West Province that offers training in primary agriculture. It has also been offering programmes and learnerships in agriculture in the surrounding rural areas.Taletso FET College has a student representative council which comprises of four representatives from each campus. Every campus has different student activities such as soccer, netball, chess, ballroom dancing and athletics.
The town of Lehurutshe is a township with no central business or industrial centres, The small businesses that are currently operating in the area are mostly one-man enterprises. These small enterprises do not create efficient job opportunities for the community and most of its inhabitants must find work in nearby towns.