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Academic Affairs

OVERVIEW

Academic Affairs runs the core business of the Ekurhuleni East TVET College. This department is led by Mr Itumeleng Nevhutanda as a head of Academic. This department is responsible for Teaching and learning within the institution but also responsible for Exams and assessments and other academic-related businesses of the College.

Departments under academic affairs

  1. Exams and Assessments
  2. Curriculum support
Mr: Itumeleng Nevhutanda

Mr: Itumeleng Nevhutanda

Deputy Principal: Academic affairs

Curriculum Development & Support

OVERVIEW

This division is responsible for supporting Teaching and Learning at the College. It assists Campuses with teaching and learning material to assist students. The division is responsible for monitoring, evaluation, and support of teaching and learning towards the achievement of students’ performance.

CONTRIBUTION TOWARDS COLLEGE STRATEGY

How well a college system works depends, in large part, on how well it aligns curriculum and assessment with set standards across the campuses. In practical terms, this means that for students to succeed, they should be taught what they are expected to learn and assessed on what they have been taught.

Curriculum Division plays a vital role to build staff capacity for continuous improvement. During curriculum planning, a number of support resources are provided that help lecturers identify strengths and innovations in their curriculum and locate any areas that need improvement. Curriculum planning provides a process by which lecturers can become active participants in improving teaching and learning.

The Curriculum Division requested lecturers to use their own laptops during lockdown to compile the Teaching and Learning material for students online learning materials, it will be loaded on the College Website. It was also emphasized that the campus management should ensure that students are in possession of textbooks per subject across all learning programmes.

SO1: EXPANDING ACCESS TO Ekurhuleni East TVET COLLEGE OPPORTUNITIES

  • Growth and expansion of relevant and priority programme including artisan development opportunities

SO2: IMPROVED SUCCESS AND EFFICIENCY OF EEC TVET SYSTEMS

  • Conducting support visits per programme, and per campus

SO3: IMPROVED QUALITY OF EEC TVET PROVISION

  • Compiled teaching and learning plan for the college.
  • Plan and conduct Monitoring and Evaluation, document creation/review related to curriculum unit.

SO4: IMPROVED RESPONSIVENESS OF EEC TVET COLLEGE TO THE WORLD OF WORK

  • Increase collaborations with all stakeholders.

Providing online learning material

If you are looking for online learning material, please (click here)

Contact Us

Email: curriculum@eec.edu.za

Telephone: 011 730 6600

Mr Thami Thambe

Mr Thami Thambe

Assistant Director: Curriculum Development and Support Division

Exams & Assessments

OVERVIEW

Assessment is a unit that is responsible for planning and managing all the College Exams and Assessments and timetable planning.

For a lost certificate, the college can provide you with a replacement certificate. To apply for a re-issue of the certificate, you need to provide us with a sworn affidavit as to how you lost your certificate and specifying the Level, Course with a certified ID copy not older than 3 months. You will be required to pay an amount as stipulated by the DHET to the DHET bank account provided below and attach proof of payment to the application with the above said documents

For the application of the remark of an examination script students must (click here) download the application form. Fill the downloaded form, attach the following document:

  • Proof of payment,
  • copy of ID,
  • Results of the subject to be remarked and submit to the exam officer at your Campus.

The form has the amount to be paid and the Bank details. NOTE: the remarking form must be submitted 5 working days before the due date appearing on the application form.

Students must have completed the relevant in-service training before applying for the Diploma. Submit the following documents to the Campus Exam officer: Certified Copy of your ID, Qualifications (statement of results N4-N6, Certificates N4-N6), an original letter with the companies’ letter head and date stamp. The letter must entail the following content:

  • Full name(s)
  • Id number
  • Employment number (if possible)
  • Duration of the in-service training
  • Duties in line with the two core subjects on N6

Contact Us

Email: exams@eec.edu.za

Telephone: 011 730 6600

Ms. A Tsotetsi

Ms. A Tsotetsi

Assistant Director: Exam and Assessments

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