Civil Engineering N1 – N6

SAQA I.D 67109:   ENGINEERING STUDIES: CIVIL ENGINEERING – N1

CODEINSTRUCTIONAL OFFERINGCREDITSFIELD
16030121Mathematics N10,0406
11010091 Bricklaying & Plastering Theory N10,0406
15070001Building Science N10,0406
08090001Building Drawing N10,0406

SAQA I.D 67375:   ENGINEERING STUDIES: CIVIL ENGINEERING   – N2

CODEINSTRUCTIONAL OFFERINGCREDITSFIELD
16030192Mathematics N20,0406
11010102Bricklaying & Plastering Theory N20,0406
15070012Building Science N20,0406
08090012Building Drawing N20,0406
CODEINSTRUCTIONAL OFFERINGCREDITSFIELD
16030143Mathematics N30,0406
11010273Building & Civil Technology N30,0406
15070012Building Science N30,0406
08090012Building Drawing N30,0406

SAQA I.D 66881:   CIVIL ENGINEERING – N4

CODEINSTRUCTIONAL OFFERINGCREDITSFIELD
02050004Quantity Surveying N40,0406
04090034Building Administration N40,0406
08060004Building and Structural Construction N40,0406
08060034Building and Structural Surveying N40,0406
16030164Mathematics N40,0406

SAQA I.D 66960:   CIVIL ENGINEERING – N5

CODEINSTRUCTIONAL OFFERINGCREDITSFIELD
02050015Quantity Surveying N50,0406
04090045Building Administration N50,0406
08060015Building and Structural Construction N50,0406
08060045Building and Structural Surveying N50,0406
16030175Mathematics N50,0406

SAQA I.D 67005:   CIVIL ENGINEERING – N6

CODEINSTRUCTIONAL OFFERINGCREDITSFIELD
02050026Quantity Surveying N60,0406
04090056Building Administration N60,0406
08060026Building and Structural Construction N60,0406
08060056Building and Structural Surveying N60,0406
16030186Mathematics N60,0406

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Grade 12 (with Mathematics & Physical Science)

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Architectural Technology

Drainage Inspection

Quantity Surveying Technician

Town and Regional Planning
Sanitation Engineering
Road Construction Engineering
Civil Building Construction
Building Inspector

DURATION

Full-time: One Semester or trimester.

PROGRAMME REQUIREMENTS

At least three instructional offerings are required for the issuing of the certificate, provided that the following instructional offerings may not be taken together.

 

How to Apply

Application for Nated Diploma Programmes is done a year ahead of the intended year of study for Semester 1.

Semester 2 applications open in April/May and classes commence in July after the semester break.

Minimum Entry Requirements

Students intending to pursue any one of the Nated Diploma Programmes need to be in possession of a Grade 12 Certificate or be currently be in grade 12 during the year of application. Minimum entry requirements are as follows.

School of Business

A student must have a minimum of 23 combined points (points must exclude Life Orientation) in order to be considered in any of the Business Studies programmes.

School Of Engineering

A student needs to have 40% and above for both Mathematics and Physical Sciences in order to be considered for this programme. Please note that students with Mathematical literacy will not be considered for Engineering no matter the percentage pass.

Duration

Nated Programmes consist of theoretical and Practical component. The student undergo 3 levels of the theoretical component for a period of 18 months, namely N4, N5 and N6. Upon Completion of each of these levels the student will receive a certificate. Each of the levels takes 6 months to complete. Students will only be issued a National Diploma Certificate on completion of both Theoretical and Practical Components. The Practical Component requires students to go for Work Based Experience. Students will are expected to go to the workplace for practicals shadowing officials/ practitioners within their field of study. The students need to complete 18 months in the workplace. A workbook will be issued out to students going for Work Based Experience and the workbook must be completed and signed by both the student and their allocated supervisor every week.

Class Attendance

The college has a zero tolerance policy to poor and non-class attendance. Students need to inform their lectures if they will be absent from class, this is extremely important as poor or non-attendance could lead to serious consequences. Students need to familiarise themselves with the class attendance policy so as to avoid unsympathetic consequences.

Examination

Students will undergo a National Examination for each of the subjects they have registered, lecturers and Examination officers at each campus will notify students about examination application processes. Students must familiarise themselves with the examination policies and always adhere to the examination rules and regulations.