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Nated Engineering Qualifications
Must Graduate TVET Division operates in the occupational qualifications sub-framework, to roll out national occupational qualifications to learners who want a trade or occupation. Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) equips them, not only with vocational skills, but with a broad range of knowledge, skills and attitudes that are now recognised as indispensable for meaningful participation in work and life.
TVET students obtaining both theoretical and practical training are preferred for employment by the engineering sector, according to research. The technical Nated programmes include the Mechanical, Electrical, Civil and Chemical Engineering fields. Studies in Engineering provide opportunities in various sectors of the economy and addresses the national skill shortages and facilitates economic growth and development in the country.
The acquisition of technical skills makes one more employable in the formal labour market and also develops entrepreneurial skills across many disciplines.
Technical and Vocational Education will contribute to greater access to technical and vocational programmes in the Higher Education band. The central question contained in the White Paper (DHET: 2013) refers to how skills development can support the creation of a development state. Technical education will make an individual a valuable asset to the changing technological global environment.