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The College acquires international footprints in china through Exchange Program

The College acquires international footprints in china through Exchange Program

3 students from the College Messieurs Unathi Mphoqo, Maditsana Masekoa and Miss Sarah Tlali have been selected to be part of the China Internship Exchange Programme called the Chinese Graduate Placement Project. The major requirement(s) for each student to be part of this project was that each had to have completed their N6 Engineering studies, verification  and vetting of academic results, medical tests and criminal checks. All 3 students emerged successful and will be expected to fully commit to this one year internship program.

This exchange programme has been made possible by the agreement between Construction Education and Training Authority SETA( CETA)  and the Chinese Culture coupled with International Education Exchange Centre. 300 successful students will be enrolled and placed at different TVET Colleges and Universities in China as interns. The students will be further placed at the top Chinese companies for Work integrated Learning.

All successful students are going to be exposed to the Chinese Culture, the Chinese language and will be offered introductory tainining at the nominated Universities for the 1st six months in to the program.

During their year stay, the students will receive monthly stipends, accomodation, meals and tuition fees. Upon completion of the programme, the learners will receive certificates of achievement from the respective institutions of learning, and the Host Employer(s). The program will commmence on Monday the 16th September 2019 to 27 August 2020.

We wish all 3 students representatives from the College the best of luck and hope that they make their families, friends, the community and the College proud. Also that they come back with the required knowledge to assist South Africa in benchmarking with leading  and developed countries by advancing learning and technology through skills transfer.

 

 

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GOLDFIELDS TVET COLLEGE STANDS AGAINST ALL FORMS OF GENDER BASED VIOLENCE OFFENCES.

GENDER BASED VIOLENCE OFFENCE(S)

AT GOLDFIELDS TVET COLLEGE WE SAY ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! AND WE CONDEMN ANY FORM OF GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE!

The College recently established a committee whose purpose is to attend to all forms of violation of College students and employees.  The Committee urges all students and employees to adhere to the human rights values and share the values with the broader society. All students and employees are encouraged to report any form of gender-based violence offences to the Committee, and the guarantee is that their information will be handled with confidentiality and utmost respect and escalated to the relevant bodies by the permission of the victims.

The College is especially saddened by the deaths of our two female students, the late Naledi Lethoba and Perseverance Tylelakhe whose lives were shortened due to femicide. Should you any person wish to report any form of violation against yourself, a friend, a fellow student or any person close to you.

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186 TEACHER OBTAIN CERTIFICATE IN END USER COMPUTING

On the 7th of September 2019, the College witnessed 186 teachers from Lejweleputswa District ( Department of Education) being bestowed certificates on End User Computing. This programme was developed in a way that it allows non-programmers to grasp basic technology concepts enabling them creates functional software applications. It comprises different approaches and methodologies that better integrate users and non-programmers into the world of information technology. The programme was funded by Media Information and Communication Technology (MICT) SETA, and managed by the Skills Academy at the College. Congratulations to all certificate recipients.

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GOLDFIELDS WELCOMES THE 5 MINISTERIAL COLLEGE COUNCIL MEMBERS AND ACCOMPANYING INTERNAL MEMBERS

Last week Saturday, the College welcomed and inducted the 5 newly appointed College Council Members selected by the Minister of Higher Education and Training Hon. Naledi Pandor. The members are: Mr Sibusiso Dladla, Mr Michael Wesi, Mrs Naline Maharaj, Mr William Maja, and Mr F Ntsandeni.

The accompanying College Council Members are the 2 internal representatives for the College Support and Academic Personnel Ms Carly Mahlatsi and Mr Thapelo Nyaile respectively. The other 2 members are Ms Joy Phanyane and Ms Lindiwe Mkhwanazi, the president and the secretary of the Student Representative Council respectively.

The meeting was held at the College Central Office where the was also a delegation of the 5 College Executive Managers Mr Francis Mahlangu, Mr Patric Pinkoane, Mrs Mamono Mofokeng, Dr Rachere Radile, and Mrs Nonceto Mungwane.

Granting that the College Council is not fully constitutionalised, the Chairperson and other flanking portfolios are yet to elected, this will be coupled with establishing the Sub Committees later this month. Thereafter, all the members will be formally introduced to the College Community including all relevant stakeholders.

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Please Take note that our annual campus to campus marathon will not be taking place this year . We appreciate your interest in this event and we apologies for any inconvenience caused by this.

 

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ONLINE APPLICATION AND REGISTRATION DATES LEVEL FOR STUDENTS TO BE REGISTERED ON FOR                                                             2ND TRIMESTER ARE AS FOLLOWS

 

   

             DATES                         LEVELS / ACTIVITIES
      10/04/2019             On-line registration continuous
     16/04/2019 – 24/04/2019 New students (on-line registration)
      02/05/2019 Open Day
     13/05/2019 – 16/05/2019 Issuing of statements of results and registration of Returning students
                           Part-time students
     16/05/2019 Classes commences
      20/05/2019 Orientation & Induction
     21/05/2019

22/05/2019

Parents Meeting(Tosa Campus)

Parents Meeting(Meloding Satellite Campus)

The Following Programmes are Available for Admissions:

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THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS ARE REQUIRED DURING REGISTRATION:

Recently certified copy not older than 3 month of the following Documents : – Parents/Guardian Identity Document – Student Identity Document – Proof of address – Latest Results Coltech pre-printed form (Previously Registered Students) Certified copy of latest results of highest school qualification with Mathematics and Physical Science, or Grade 9 report with a pass in Mathematics and Natural Sciences (New Students). – A valid certified copy of Study Permit (Non-RSA Citizen) – SAQA accredited evaluation for foreign results

 

A Minimum Deposit of R850.00 is required during registration for students registering for 3 or more subjects.
N.B. If a student registers 1 or 2 subjects, a full amount of tuition is required.

ENQUIRIES

Tosa Campus                                                                                                   Melloding Satellite Campus

Mrs Rahab Maqelepo   Tel: 057 910 6700                                               Mr Sakkie Peters  Tel:057 439 0993

selloane@goldfieldstvet.edu.za                                                                  sakkie@goldfieldstvet.edu.za

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ANNUAL BEST PRACTICE ACADEMIC SEMINAR 2019

 On the 07th of February 2019 The Lecturers attended the Annual Best Practice Seminar at Welkom Campus. The purpose of behind this seminar was to afford the College lecturers, management coupled with the invited guests from sister Colleges, Department of Higher Education and Training to share best practices and express mission to achieve academic excellence.

The Seminar had Dr Pitso Kheza Student Support Services Manager and Mr Peka Qhojeng Project Manager for Occupational Programmes as Programme Directors. Mr Francis Mahlangu the College Principal welcomed guests while Dr Rachere Radile Deputy Principal for Academic Services unpacked the College’s 2018 academic performance and he also indicated that lecturers should endeavour to benchmark with other best performing Colleges in South Africa.

 

Engineering Studies Lecturer Mr Jasper Cotzee and Business Studies Lecturer Mr Mxolisi Makasi shared best practices on teaching National Certificate Vocational NC(V) programmes. Other Lecturers who made presentations include Mr Aaron Nkukuma Business Studies Lecturer and Engineering Lecturer Mr Ngagazibini Zonyane shared best practices for teaching Report 191 programmes.

It was explained that students spend the better part of their lives in the classrooms and that it was therefore crucial to create the correct environment for them to learn and grow. Also, that dealing with students from different backgrounds required high levels of understanding from the lecturers coupled with great determination to establish good communication between lecturers and students. Presenting Lecturers cited on how all College lecturers should be game-changers, provide inspiration, and encourage the students to dream big converse to their history of being previously classified as poor performing in some subjects by their “unimaginative” high school educators.

One Lecturer revealed that his formula for success could be attributed to his successful spiritual connection with his students. He indicated that each lecture was started with prayer in order to enhance the spirituality of the students. Another focal issue raised was that concerted efforts must be made to instill a positive attitude on the Psyche of the students and to steer them away from being armchair critics of the government. It was also highlighted that the students were supposed to be schooled in the reality of life and be equipped with foresight of the challenges they were to face following the successful completion of their studies at Goldfields TVET College.

Several discussions were held as part of the seminar during which a number of issues were put up for deliberations. Mrs Selloane Maqelepo, Campus Manager at Tosa Campus and Mr. Ratsilo Maleke Welkom Campus Manager, led some of discussions on the Campus Life and the relationship of Lecturers and their students. Ms Nozipho Khumalo, Deputy Director Student Development & Support spoke on contextualizing Academic Support within the TVET Colleges while Mr Sello Sethusha, Director for Lecturer Development at Department of Higher Education and Training spoke on Lecturer Development activities within the TVET College sector and the benefits thereof. Mr Mahlangu mentioned that the College was planning to bestow awards to those lecturers who performed best during the 2018 Academic Year lecturers in terms of student results later in the year as part of Employee Recognition Awards.

 

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INVITATION FOR NOMINATIONS TO SERVE IN THE GOLDFIELDS TVET COLLEGE COUNCIL

INVITATION FOR NOMINATIONS TO SERVE IN THE GOLDFIELDS TVET COLLEGE COUNCIL

 

Goldfields TVET College, under the authority of the Minister of Higher Education and Training, was established in terms of Chapter 2 of Continuing Education and Training Act, Act No 16 of 2006 hereby invites members of public to serve in its College Council for a period of 5 years.

 

Interested persons must have an understanding of a post-school education and training system that is geared to contributing to eradicating the legacy of apartheid and knowledge and understanding of the legislation governing the Technical and Vocational Education and Training Sector e.g. National Development Plan (NDP), Continuing Education and Training (CET) Act of 2006 (as amended) Post-School Education and Training (PSET), Quality Council for Trades and Occupations, as well as competencies in the following areas: BUSINESS/FINANCE, HUMAN RESOURCES and LEGAL SKILLS.

 

The Act further requires Council to appoint a DONOR, who will advise on how to source donor funding to meet college developmental needs.

 

Candidates must be independent thinkers, have integrity and be able to provide strategic direction to the College Council and the Minister.

 

Only nominations submitted according to the following Criteria will be considered;

 

  • Be in writing and signed by the nominator
  • Contain names, addresses and contact details of the nominee and the nominator.
  • Be accompanied by the Curriculum Vitae of the nominee, which must include certified copies of ID, educational qualifications as well as professional registrations.
  • Be accompanied by the written confirmation from the nominee that he/she is prepared to serve as a college council member

 

Nominations forms are available on the College website. Closing date for nominations is 18 January 2019 at 12:00. All nominations must be sent to the following address:

 

Mr FS Mahlangu

The Principal: Goldfields FET College

36 Buren Street

Flamingo Park

WELKOM, 9459

 

ENQUIRIES: Mr Moeletsi Pinkoane, the Deputy Principal: Corporate Services at (057) 910 6000 during office hours

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APPLICATIONS   :         Attention: The Principal, Goldfields TVET College, Private Bag X95,
Welkom, 9459 or be hand delivered at Goldfields TVET College (Central Office), 36 Buren
Street, Flamingo Park, Welkom 9459

 

ATTENTION          :

CLOSING DATE  :             21 September 2018 at 11H30

NOTE                      :            A fully completed Z83 form, signed and dated should be accompanied by a recently updated
comprehensive CV (inclusive of three contactable referees and contact details), Original
certified
copies (not older than three months) of all qualifications with academic
transcripts/record, ID document and drivers licence. Please quote the relevant reference number
of the post you are applying for. Candidates who apply for more than one post should complete
a separate application form for each post. Applications received after the closing date as well as
faxed or emailed applications will NOT be accepted.

 

Successful candidates will be subjected to a vetting process (criminal record, citizenship, credit record checks [where applicable], qualification and employment verification). Where applicable, shortlisted candidates will be subjected to a skills/knowledge/competence test. The College/DHET reserves the right not to make appointments and correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates only.

If you do not receive any response within three months after closing date of this advertisement, kindly accept that your application was unsuccessful.

All costs incurred due to your application and interviews will be at your own expense. Preference will be given to persons from designated groups, especially with regard to race, gender and disability.

 

POST                     :               ASSISTANT DIRECTOR – CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AND INTERNAL
ASSESSMENTS

REF NO.                :               GTVETC 14/01/2018

SALARY                :              SALARY LEVEL 10 – R 444 693.00 – R 523 818.00 per annum

CENTRE               :               GOLDFIELDS TVET COLLEGE

 

REQUIREMENTS:  A National Senior Certificate (Grade 12) or NCV level 4. A recognized 3-year Degree/Diploma in
Business or Engineering studies, which must include teaching qualification. At least 7 years
lecturing experience and 5 years supervisory experience in the management of curriculum,
preferably in a TVET College.  Trained as an Assessor and Moderation. Extensive knowledge of
policies governing academic assessment and
moderation procedures. Sound knowledge of the TVET Colleges landscape DHET policies
pertinent to teaching and learning such as NDP, CETA, Act, Employment Equity Act, Labour
Relations Act, NSDS III, SAQA. Ability to handle pressure and meet deadlines. Strong
leadership, communication, monitoring and evaluation, negotiation, networking, reporting,
conflict resolution and problem solving skills. Strong events and project management skills.
Ability to manage performance and provide critical feedback in an objective manner.  Proven
track record of successfully managing and coordinating the implementation of planned goals and
working with a range of professional colleagues. SACE registration. Advanced computer skills
(MS Word, MS Excel and PowerPoint). A valid driver’s license is essential as traveling and
extended working hours may be required.

 

DUTIES                 :  Manage and supervise implementation of programmes as prioritized by the Department of Higher
Education and Training. Monitoring and evaluation of college programme offering in line with
college Teaching and Learning plan. Ensure Quality Assurance of Learning Programmes.
Provide advice to Academic Managers on student and Curriculum matters. Manage External and
Internal Assessments of college programme. Provide support in the planning of educator work
allocation, Assist Campus Manager with compilation of the timetable in line with College
Teaching and Learning plan. Co-ordinate the procurement of the programme’s training needs.
Provide guidance on syllabi, curriculum and learning outcomes. Implement and monitor all
policies that impact on learning delivery including examination and certification of students within
the department. Provide support in the creation of conducive classroom environment and ensure
efficient classroom management and discipline of students.  Liaise with the Lectures, other
programme managers and Student Support Officers in providing support interventions
programme to students.

ENQUIRIES          :              Mr MG Pheko – Assistant Director: HRM – 057 910 6000

 

POST                     :               PROJECT MANAGER: COLLEGE CAPITAL AND EFFICIENCY GRANT

SALARY                :               R 356 289.00 – R 419 679.00per annum (Level 9)

REF NO.                :               GTVETC 15/01/2018

                                                (3 year contract)

CENTRE               :               GOLDFIELDS TVET COLLGE

Requirements     :               An appropriate bachelor’s degree/ National Diploma (NQF level 6/7) or equivalent qualification
specializing in Construction. At least 3 years in managing construction projects. A post graduate
qualification in Project management will be an added advantage. Position requires as individual
with a conceptual understanding of the rules and standards governing project administration and
management and to ensure that the requirements for each project are spelt out by the job
packaging/ statutory requirements. Further requirements are risk management experience in
project management. Good communication, written and spoken skills. Proficiency analyzing and
solving problems related to projects. Outstanding human relations, skills evident in the ability to
work with the team and excellence in gathering help needed in developing a working project
management plan. Strong ability to give attention to details as well as tested organizational skills.
Strong knowledge and expertise in using modern information and communication technologies
to projects. Adherence to project specifications, as well as to the regulatory body guidelines for
the project (NIAMMS etc). Knowledge of procurement processes. A driver’s license is a
prerequisite.

DUTIES                 :               The incumbent will be responsible to supervise different tasks in completing construction or
repairs and maintenance projects. Responsible for the flow of information from college level
projects supervisor (the organizational point where the service/ project is required) to the team
regarding the project in the Department of Higher Education and Training (Department). Make
the arrangement for projects documentation on the recommendation and specification of the
Department and ensure that specifications are met. Make the arrangement for the project
documentation on the recommendation and specification of the Department and ensure that
specifications are met. Meet the project owner, ensure that appropriate specifications are set, or
meet a higher standard. Update information on the project management tools. Make
arrangement for the project completion based on specification of the project owner. Put a
proficient team together to achieve the purpose of the work in a changing circumstances and
fixed circumstances, and in a responsive circumstance using leadership and management
expertise. Plan, communicate, execute, supervise and roundup assigned projects.

ENQUIRIES          :               Mr MG Pheko – Assistant Director: HRM – 057 910 6000

 

 

                                  RE- ADVERTISED POSTS

 

Post                       :               SENIOR EDUCATION SPECIALIST – TOSA CAMPUS

SALARY                :               R 356 289 per annum (Level 9)

REF NO.                :               GTVETC 10/01/2018

Centre                   :              GOLDFIELDS TVET COLLEGE

 

Requirements     :       A National Senior Certificate/ Grade 12 or National Certificate Vocational Level 4. A recognised
and an appropriate recognised 3 years Bachelor’s Degree or Diploma in Engineering
Studies (REQV13) and a Teaching qualification plus 3 years
management experience in a field of Engineering Studies. (Trade certificate will serve as an
advantage). Trained as Assessor and Moderator. Teaching experience in the TVET College will
serve as recommendation. Extensive knowledge of policies governing academic assessment
and moderation procedures. Sound knowledge of the TVET Colleges landscape DHET policies
pertinent to teaching and learning. Ability to handle pressure and meet deadlines. Strong
leadership, communication, monitoring and evaluation, negotiation, networking, reporting,
conflict resolution and problem solving skills. Strong events and project management skills.
Ability to manage performance and provide critical feedback in an objective manner. Proven
track record of successfully managing and coordinating the implementation of planned goals
and working with a range of professional colleagues. Advanced computer
skills (MS Word, MS Excel and PowerPoint). Registration with SACE. Knowledge and
understanding of Report 191 and NCV Programmes. Excellent communication skills, ability to
work independently. Willing to travel to attend meetings and trainings. A valid driver’s licence is
essential, as traveling and extended working hours will be required.

 

DUTIES                 :  Manage registration of students and student induction procedure in co-operation with other line
managers. Planning of educator work allocation, Assisting Campus Manager with compilation
of the timetable in line with College Teaching and Learning plan. Co-ordinate the procurement
of the programme’s training needs. Provide guidance on syllabi, curriculum and learning
outcomes. Implement and monitor all policies that impact on learning delivery including
examination and certification of students within the department. Create a conducive classroom
environment and ensure efficient classroom management and discipline of students. Liaise with
the Lectures, other programme managers and Student Support Officers in providing support
interventions programme to students. Manage and facilitate of Students Work Based
Experience (WBE) as well as Lectures Workplace Integrated Learning (WIL). Management of
Labour relations Matters. Management of performance appraisal of educators (IQMS) including
annual revision of job descriptions.

Mr MG Pheko – Assistant Director: HRM – 057 910 6000

 

 

POST                     :               ADMINISTRATION CLERK – MARKETING

REF NO                 :               GTVETC 01/01/2018

SALARY                :               R163 563.00 – R 192 666.00 per annum (Salary Level 5)

CENTRE               :               GOLDFIELDS TVET COLLEGE

 

REQUIREMENTS: A National Senior Certificate/Grade 12 or National Certificate Vocational (NCV)) Level 4
certificate. An appropriate Degree/National Diploma in Marketing or equivalent qualification in a relevant field will be an added advantage, Computer Literacy (MS Office). A candidate must be well versed in English Language with excellent writing skills. Energetic and focused on reaching targets. Proven experience with regard to student recruitment skills. Ability to manage time effectively and problem-solving skills. Report writing skills.

DUTIES                 : Communication with external markets across the College’s catchment area through Public
Relations functions, career exhibitions, school visits, Campus visits and more. Network with
relevant role-players and stakeholders by attending functions, workshops, exhibitions and
Imbizos. Student and internal market research. Facilitate external market research and generate
new opportunities for recruitment. Gather relevant news and compile articles with photographs
for internal and external publications. Co-ordinate and facilitate door-to-door campaigns,
recruitment roadshows and various other recruitment methods to reach targets. Maintain the
corporate image across all College sites. Organize and participate in internal and external
functions and events. Co-ordinate effective marketing to foster an
establishment of the College. Must be prepared to work after hours when necessary. Must be
prepared to travel.

ENQUIRIES: Mr MG Pheko – Assistant Director: HRM – 057 910 6000

 

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