BUSINESS & SKILLS

View our Virtual Graduation Ceremony of Ed U Options FET Phase.

Ed-U Options Academy (TVET) Vocational and Skills College opened its doors in 2005. This College fulfills the strong need to train and educate students that do not qualify for University.

Based on the E-Squared Education Enterprises Group’s training with the Department of Labour from 1998 to 2002, a strategic decision was made to adhere to the new SETA related training and vocational programmes.

All the programmes offered via various SETA’s, which range from one-year certificates, N4 to N6 certificates, NATED diplomas and Distance learning, are duly registered and accredited.

All the reasons why you will benefit from joining our TVET College:

  • We offer qualifications accredited by either MICT SETA, Services SETA and the QCTO
  • Our passionate and experienced lecturing staff are experts in their field
  • Our accredited short courses offer you flexibility and are ideal for those who don’t want to tackle a full qualification just yet
  • Course fees include all your learning material
  • Employers fund training at our college – find out from your employer to do the same for you
  • Our courses will prepare you with skills that are needed in business today
  • We have a hands-on approach to our Teaching and Learning methodologies
  • Improve your career opportunities by improving your skill sets in a short space of time
  • Your promotion opportunities are increased with these added skills
  • Payment options are available to suit your budget
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Our Staff

Services SETA Qualifications

MICT SETA Qualifications

NQF 3 / 23654
NQF 4 / 57712
NQF 3 / 49077
NQF 4 / 78964
Principal
Academic Administrator
Facilitator
Facilitator

Success Stories

  • Babalwa Vas is one of our IT lecturers and a Constituent Assessor with MICT SETA NQF 4 Graduates.
  • Estelle Salters, at 47 years of age achieved her Management NQF 4 Certificate and is now going to study nursing.
  • Dwayne de Lange, who was involved in a bad motorbike accident that affected his concentration, achieved his Management NQF 4 Certificate and is now in the SANDF studying to become an officer. He also has his South African colours in weight lifting.
  • Jenny Kettledas has achieved her Springbok colours in Lifesaving.