The secret to success is good education
Boland College, as a public technical and vocational education and training college, serves the needs of the widespread Boland area by providing affordable, lifelong, quality education and training in line with the social and economic needs of the community.
We at Boland College understand that South Africa with its different sectors need employers and employees with above-average skills and that is why our programmes are intended to directly respond to the priority skills demands of the Boland as well as the South African economy.
This section is a step by step guide as to how future students can apply to study at any of our campuses and also find information about the necessary resources they need to complete their education with us.
Our qualifications are designed to provide both the theory and practical experience related to a particular vocational field. This ensures access to work opportunities in a work environment or sector relevant to the students’ vocational specialisation.
Faculties at Boland College
For details on how to apply and start on your journey to success
A full-time programme entails that students must attend classes during the week at campus. Times for classes differ from programme to programme and timetables are available for students from February of each year. Three full-time programme streams are offered:
1) National N-Diploma (N4-N6)
A variety of National Certificate programmes are offered by Boland College in the following fields: Management Programmes, Assistant Management and Management Programmes including Marketing, Financial Management, Human Resource, Business Management, Hospitality and Catering Services, Educare, Tourism, Engineering Studies and Agricultural Studies.
2) National Certificate (Vocational) (Level 2-4)
The variety of National Certificate (Vocational) (NCV) programmes offered are intended to directly respond to the priority skills demands of the South African economy. These qualifications are designed to provide both the theory and practical experience related to a particular vocational field. Students are advised to complete all three levels of training before they seek employment.
National Certificate (Vocational) (NQF Levels 2, 3 and 4) are offered in the following fields: Civil Engineering and Building Construction; Engineering and Related Design; Electrical Infrastructure Construction, Office Administration; Hospitality, Tourism, Information Technology & Computer Science and Safety in Society.
A part-time programme entails that students can work or study full-time while attending the various classes in the evenings.
A variety of part-time programmes are also offered at all Boland College campuses, providing adult learners and employed people with the opportunity to obtain a formal qualification, further their studies or do an enrichment course.
For a complete list of all out Part-time offerings, contact our campuses for more information.
Learnerships & Skills Programmes
A learnership is a programme that combines work-based experience with structured learning – thus combining theory with practice. Extensive skills training (plastering, bricklaying and painting) in various disciplines take place at Boland College centres.
For more information on Learnerships and Skills Programmes, contact our Programme Manager: Occupational at our various campuses.
t: 021 886 7111/2
f: 021 886 8260
Physical Address - Head Office
85 Bird Street, Stellenbosch, 7599