How to Register at Richfield Graduate Institute in 2018

Richfield Graduate Institute of Technology (Pty) Ltd, previously PC Training and Business College, commenced operations in 1998 in Tongaat as a Computer Training Centre. It established branches in the various provinces and today has a national footprint of over 70 sites.


The Institution is registered with the Department of Higher Education as a Private Further & Higher Education and Training Provider under the Further Education and Training Colleges Act, 2006 (Reg. no. 2008/FE07/050) and the Higher Education Act, 1997 (reg. no. 2000/HE07/008) respectively. The Institution is accredited by the Council on Higher Education (CHE), Umalusi and numerous SETAs. It is also aligning itself to the Quality Council on Trades and Occupations (QCTO).

 

Post School Education qualifications are offered at National FET Certificate, Higher Certificate, Advanced Certificate, Diploma and Degree levels in the fields of Media, Information & Communications Technology, Business, Management and Economic Sciences, and Public Management. In addition, skills development, learnerships and Short Learning Programmes are offered at all sites. Richfield has a proud track record with over 250 000 learners completing a range of programmes and qualifications in its rich history. The Institution has made significant progress in increasing the number of accredited sites, offering a wide range of Higher Education programmes. In the Further Education and Training Sector, it has 39 accredited sites offering accredited programmes through various SETAs. The Institution also undertakes training with SETAs, corporates, municipalities and government departments.

With teaching and learning, Community Engagement and Research within its mission, Richfield strives to embody the basic convictions of the South African democratic ideals that individuals be given full opportunity to discover and develop their talents and interests, to pursue their unique potential and to achieve an intellectually, culturally and economically satisfying relationship with society.

How to contact Richfield



PHYSICAL ADDRESS

Richfield Graduate Insitiute of Technology,

292 Anton Lembede Street,

Durban

 Contact Number +27 31 304 9340

 Fax Number +27 31 307 7170

 Email Address info@richfield.ac.za

POSTAL ADDRESS

Umhlanga Rocks,

Durban

4000

How to Register at Richfield

Click Here to Submit Your Registration Form

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How to Register at Rosebank College in 2018

Rosebank College, a brand of the Independent Institute of Education (The IIE) since 2005, has delivered quality tertiary education to students across South Africa.

Situated in the bustling centre’s of the country’s cities, Rosebank College embraces the same vibrant environment which allows 12 000 students to connect with the heart of the institution.​​

Qualifications and Locations

The Independent Institute of Education’s quality, accredited qualifications have a strong technological focus enabling students to thrive in today’s working world.Whether you study at the Braamfontein, Polokwane, Pretoria CBD, Pretoria Sunnyside or Durban campuses and enrol for a degree, diploma or higher certificate –credible IIE higher education programmes, with a focused practical component, are offered at Rosebank College.​

Classes and Interactions

The institutions academic approach is adamantly career-orientated and technology-driven. The Independent Institute of Education’s (The IIE) qualifications are designed and frequently reviewed to meet changing market demands. This guarantees that programmes offered are in line with the latest skill developments within a specific career field and that students have the opportunity to embark on higher education studies which assist them achieve success, both academically and professionally. The IIE’s Rosebank College is characterised by small interactive classes, a secure and vibrant campus life.  The IIE’s practical programmes that are fully integrated with actual work practice, to give students a holistic learning experience.

Educators environment

Rosebank College, prepare its graduates with the theory they need to be successful in their career paths,  they also prepare the  graduates for employment. Each Rosebank College campus provides a range of services such as career coaching sessions, graduate placements and advice on various jobs and employment opportunities in the market.The IIE’s Rosebank College has a number of pathways, that enable students , the opportunity to gain access to higher level qualifications, The IIE’s Rosebank College creates the ideal environment for lifelong learning.​​​

How to contact Rosebank College

Tel: 0861 253 276
info@rosebankcollege.co.za

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How to apply at Rosebank college

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How to Apply to Study at Boston Media House in 2018

Would you like to pursue a career in advertisingmarketingpublic relationsjournalismradiotelevision and video, or audio visual multimedia and animation? Would you like to study at an institution where DJ Fresh and Mo Flava graduated?

Boston Media House was created to offer students the opportunity to study and qualify for a career in the media industry. Boston Media House is recognised as one of South Afica’s most established media training institutions. T

Why Boston Media House?

Students at Boston Media House can study and qualify in:

Advertising;
Radio;
Television & Video;
Marketing;
Creative Advertising & Graphics;
Audio Visual Multimedia & Animation;
Public Relations; and
Journalism.
Courses

Full Media Diploma

Specialisations:

Students may specialise in any of the above mentioned fields of study.

Boston Media House is offered at the following campuses:

Sandton

137 Eleventh Street
Parkmore
Tel: 011 883 0933

Fax: 011 883 0934

Pretoria Arcadia

716 Schoeman Street
Arcadia
Tel: 012 343 1731

Umhlanga

Ground Floor
Umhlanga Plaza
4 Lagoon Drive’Umhlanga Rocks
Tel: 031 561 5629

Enquire online, here.

Would you like to become a radio personality or a club DJ? Did you know that Africa’s largest independent dance record label, Soul Candi, has teamed up with Boston City Campus & Business College to bring you a revolutionary new approach to digital music composition and production?

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How to Submit Late Applications to Universities and TVET Colleges in 2018

The Central Applications Clearing House (CACH) online application service for matriculants, who struggled to secure a place at the educational institution of their choice, will open from 5 January – 28 February 2018.

CACH services are particularly useful for applicants who applied for admission to a university or college in time, but have not been offered a place or their programme of choice.

It can also be useful for prospective students who achieved better than expected results, and now wish to access a different course or university or Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) college.

Students who missed the application window period for one reason or the other can also use CACH services.

CACH was established in 2013 in response to the large number of applicants seeking entry to the Post School Education and Training (PSET) sector in January, when most universities have closed their application process.

It is provided by the Department of Higher Education and Training as a service that is free to both applicants and institutions.

Now in its fifth year, CACH has attracted 18 329 applicants.

A survey taken on 10 087 applicants in March 2016 revealed that 33% (3 328) of students had found a place in PSET or employment since contacting CACH.

A survey taken of 11 770 applicants in March 2017 revealed that 37.3% (4 390) of students had found a place in PSET, or employment since contacting CACH.

This reflects an increase of 1 062 learners finding a place in the PSET sector. The increase is an indication of the positive impact of CACH.

Registration can be done on CACH’s website: http://cach.dhet.gov.za.

Alternatively, prospective students can call the toll-free call centre number on 0860 35 66 35 from 8am to 8pm.

CACH is also contactable via standard SMS (name and ID) to 49200 or by email: CACH@dhet.gov.za.

Central Application Service

Meanwhile, the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) has recently approved a policy for the establishment of a Central Application Service (CAS) for PSET.

The policy is an initial step in the legislative process to establish a one-stop online application system for students to access multiple institutions without the need to queue at those institutions.

CAS is aimed at streamlining and simplifying the application and admissions process.

The new system will allow applicants to use the system for a range of tasks such as investigating opportunities, preparing, submitting and changing applications, and considering and accepting offers.

The CAS system will prepare application cycles, capture off-line applications, check and submit applications, communicate with applicants, resolve queries and refer rejected applicants to other opportunities.

PSET institutions will prepare programme data, receive applications, select and make offers, and register and admit students.

The main users of the system will be all entering undergraduates, who can apply for academic programmes, as specified by individual institutions.

It is envisaged that the CAS will become fully operational in 2024 for 2025 applications. – SAnews.gov.za

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