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Head of NATED CTU

~The value of technical diplomas

“A National Accredited Technical Education Diploma (NATED) is basically an undergraduate qualification delivered under the auspices of the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations and the Department of Higher Education and Training. These certifications combine theory and practical work, and are registered on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF).”...

The top six advantages of completing a NATED qualification are:
  • At each level a significant volume of learning outcomes will be achieved. This prepares learners for employment, participation in society and community, and access to higher levels of education and training. Further education can lead to higher education studies.
  • A certificate is awarded to all learners who successfully complete the requirements at Levels 1 to 5, and an advanced certificate is awarded at Level 6.
  • This qualification offers both theoretical and practical learning with a strong workplace learning component.
  • The qualification has been compared with qualifications and training offered in countries that have a strong vocational educational and training system designed for young adults, for those who enjoy upskilling themselves on an ongoing basis and for the updating of existing employees’ skills levels.
  • Colleges could be more affordable than higher education institutions. Students from disadvantaged backgrounds who are willing to learn could receive financial aid from colleges. The colleges also have a variety of programmes and services, including student support centres.
  • Learners are able to study a diploma part time, especially at private institutions and technical colleges. This means that while doing a diploma, the learner can get a part-time job to help pay for tuition fees.

Our NATED Programmes:

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( N1-N3 )

Civil Engineering involves design and construction of public and private works such as infrastructure. It entails Surveying, Structural & Environmental Engineering.

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( N1-N3 )

Electrical Engineering involves the design, study and manufacture of various electrical and electronic systems such as Electrical circuits, Computer systems, telecommunication...

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( N1-N3 )

Mechanical Engineering involves the design and manufacture of physical or mechanical systems, such as power and energy systems, aerospace products, engines, compressors...

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( N4-N6 )

Civil Engineering involves design and construction of public and private works such as infrastructure. It entails Surveying, Structural & Environmental Engineering.

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( N4-N6 )

Electrical Engineering involves the design, study and manufacture of various electrical and electronic systems such as Electrical circuits, Computer systems, telecommunication...

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( N4-N6 )

Mechanical Engineering involves the design and manufacture of physical or mechanical systems, such as power and energy systems, aerospace products, engines, compressors...

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( N4-N6 )

Mechanical Engineering involves the design and manufacture of physical or mechanical systems, such as power and energy systems, aerospace products, engines, compressors...

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( N4-N6 )

Mechanical Engineering involves the design and manufacture of physical or mechanical systems, such as power and energy systems, aerospace products, engines, compressors...

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( N4-N6 )

Mechanical Engineering involves the design and manufacture of physical or mechanical systems, such as power and energy systems, aerospace products, engines, compressors...

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( N4-N6 )

In the management discipline, this qualification enhance student’s ability to apply management principles in decision-making and identifying critical success factors for small...

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