Pros and cons of TVET colleges and universities

Johannesburg – Kananelo Mofokeng from the Free State said she has completed her N1 and N2 National Certificates in Mechanical Engineering at Itemoheleng TVET College at Phuthaditjhaba.

“Having completed the N1 and N2 certificates at Itemoheleng TVET College, I would love to go into mechanical engineering.

“I think it’s important for us to do as much research as possible when it comes to studying further.

“Not all of us are going to make it to university, and not all of us have to, in all honesty.

“As long as we’re making a contribution to the economy where skills are needed that’s all that matters,” said the 22 year old.

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