We have been invited by the British Council to attend their
    programme called Skills for Employability, in which they offer
    TVET colleges an opportunity to collaborate in the sharing of
    best practice and experience with similar public further 
    education colleges/TVET Colleges in the UK. Each year the
    British Council hosts a briefing meeting for these partnerships
    to welcome UK Further Education Colleges TVET Colleges into
    SA for their scoping visits and SA colleges onto the 
    programme.
 
    The briefing meeting will be on the 1st of August and a
    post-visit meeting on the 5th of August (10 – 12 pm). Both
    meetings will be held at the British Council offices, with UK
    and SA colleges in attendance.
 
    There will be 5 UK colleges and 21 SA colleges on the day and
    there will be representation from the department of higher
    education
   
 
 
 
VISION
 
To be the preferred governors' council in 
the further education and training 
colleges sector in skills development for socio economic development.
 
 
MISSION STATEMENT
 
Achievement of our vision through sustained diligence, integrity and effort towards 
professional skills development, and measurable service levels and standard that
would benefit the members and society.
 
 
 
TECHNICAL & VOCATIONAL EDUCATION TRAINING COLLEGES GOVERNORS' COUNCIL
 
TVETCGC was established in 2007 as the sole representative for council members in the sector and a champion voice of the public colleges in the country.
It  negotiates conditions of service for staff in the General Public Service Sector Bargaining Council and Education Labour Relations Council Bargaining Units.
 
Its main task in colleges is to deal with governance issues. It engages the Department  of Higher  Education on national issues that are challenges in the sector.
It has a management committee comprising of the chairman, deputy chairman secretary deputy secretary and the treasurer.
Its day to today activities are coordinated by administrators to deal with logistics and general enquiries that affect members.
TVETCGC is a national organisation with its Head Office in Centurion.
 
 

 

 

    We have been invited by the British Council to attend their
    programme called Skills for Employability, in which they offer
    TVET colleges an opportunity to collaborate in the sharing of
    best practice and experience with similar public further 
    education colleges/TVET Colleges in the UK. Each year the
    British Council hosts a briefing meeting for these partnerships
    to welcome UK Further Education Colleges TVET Colleges into
    SA for their scoping visits and SA colleges onto the 
    programme.
 
    The briefing meeting will be on the 1st of August and a
    post-visit meeting on the 5th of August (10 – 12 pm). Both
    meetings will be held at the British Council offices, with UK
    and SA colleges in attendance.
 
    There will be 5 UK colleges and 21 SA colleges on the day and
    there will be representation from the department of higher
    education

   

 
 

 
VISION
 
To be the preferred governors' council in 
the further education and training 
colleges sector in skills development for socio economic development.
 
 
MISSION STATEMENT
 
Achievement of our vision through sustained diligence, integrity and effort towards 
professional skills development, and measurable service levels and standard that
would benefit the members and society.
 

 

 

TECHNICAL & VOCATIONAL EDUCATION TRAINING COLLEGES GOVERNORS' COUNCIL
 
TVETCGC was established in 2007 as the sole representative for council members in the sector and a champion voice of the public colleges in the country.
It  negotiates conditions of service for staff in the General Public Service Sector Bargaining Council and Education Labour Relations Council Bargaining Units.
 
Its main task in colleges is to deal with governance issues. It engages the Department  of Higher  Education on national issues that are challenges in the sector.
It has a management committee comprising of the chairman, deputy chairman secretary deputy secretary and the treasurer.
Its day to today activities are coordinated by administrators to deal with logistics and general enquiries that affect members.
TVETCGC is a national organisation with its Head Office in Centurion.