Shalom Technical College

TEL: 0110675592

WA: 0728585001

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About Us

SHALOM TECHNICAL COLLEGE (STC) is a Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) institution established on the 27th of February 2013. We are registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET): DHET No: 0899993812, Quality Council for Trades & Occupations (QCTO) accreditation number is QCTO: SDP1220/17/00319 and Umalusi. We also have Full Accreditation with Manufacturing, Engineering and Related Services SETA (merSETA), accreditation number: 17-QA/ACC/1250/16.

At SHALOM TECHNICAL COLLEGE, we offer excellent careers in

  • Engineering Studies
  • Business Studies
  • Professional Studies
  • Information Technology
  • Safety and Security (Policing & Paralegal Studies)
  • Teachers’ Training (ECD & Educare)
  • Artisan and Skills Development programs (Learnership & Apprenticeship)
  • Skilled Trades Programs

More than 50 program options to choose from: Diplomas, Certificates, Apprenticeships, Learnership, Graduate certificates and Career development certificates.

For over 7 years, SHALOM TECHNICAL COLLEGE has been proudly serving its learners and communities. The College continues to grow programs, facilities and opportunities as it transitions to become a comprehensive regional TVET college.

SHALOM TECHNICAL COLLEGE is strategically located with well-equipped training centres in Johannesburg CBD and the City of Ekurhuleni (Eastrand). The college is easily accessible because of its nearness to major transportation route. The college premises also boast of very large classroom space to accommodate lots of learners and envisaged growth. The college also has spacious car park to cater for our staffs, learners and visitors. The college boasts of highly qualified personnel in both academic and administrative support in line with our objective of ensuring high standards in all spheres of teaching and learning. We also have well-equipped conference facility to accommodate Corporate and Executive delegates.

SHALOM TECHNICAL COLLEGE has modern classrooms and fully equipped practical workshop to facilitate practical and quality teaching. The college has very strong technical partnership with major manufacturing and technology companies in South Africa where learners are placed for work integrated learning program to acquire more practical skills in a work place environment. We also have exit level strategy for a successful job placement at the end of the programme.

As a private Technical Vocational Education & Training College we perceive ourselves as an entity that has an active role to play in the Further Education and Training sphere in our nation South Africa. Our vision was birthed by the realization of the gap in the skills this nation requires if it is to produce technically skilled workers who will be able to significantly contribute to the enhancement of its economy. We understand the government’s imperative quest to develop a skilled and capable workforce for the enhancement of the economy hence our keen interest to partner with government in promoting skills development in South Africa. As a College we perceive ourselves to be one of such TVETs that are strategically placed to impart our young people with those practical skills and knowledge that will give them the competitive edge they need in order to excel.

OUR VISION

To promote excellence in the South African Education and Training sector; with emphasis on the effective use of modern technology, technically qualified personnel in line with International best practice, and to be a top professional service provider, known for our creative, innovative and organizational skills.

OUR MISSION

To be the leading provider of quality education, training and skills development by maintaining faith and integrity in all our dealings.

OUR CORE VALUES

Being courteous, friendly, timely, and organized.

OUR LEARNERS AND LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

Our learners are our priority. We maintain an outstanding learning environment through efficient use of modern equipment and well trained staff. To enrol for any of the qualifications, learners only need to have the minimum of Grade 9 or higher.

RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING

Our qualifications also create opportunities for learners who have gained relevant experience in the work place to obtain credits through the RPL process.

STAFF RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION

Shalom Technical College is committed to recruiting and retaining qualified staff in all its faculties.

STRATEGIC PLANNING

Shalom Technical College offers full qualifications in Electrician, Welding Application and Practice, Plumbing, Boiler making, Engineering Technology, Information Technology (IT), to mention but a few. We are also accredited by the Department of Higher Education (DHET) to offer training in Nated programmes from N1 to N6 in Engineering and Business courses. We have also applied for extension of scope and obtaining additional accreditation with other Sector Education and Training Authorities (Seta’s), the Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO) and the Department of Higher Education to enable us offer more training in the FET band.

Shalom Technical College have established partnerships with businesses and governmental entities as well as other educational institutions to advance economic development and improve the quality of life of our learners and communities through offering broad-based further education programmes. Learners are fully equipped with the skills to function effectively in the workplace. Shalom technical college offer programmes that meet the needs of our communities and workplace.

LEARNER REGISTRATIONS

Shalom Technical College has the capacity to register 500 learners yearly and shall increase by 25% annually. Shalom Technical College shall address learners concerns by ensuring that there is an effective feedback from learners at all levels. Learners concerns shall be addressed and rectified promptly. There shall be a Learners concern log book. Shalom Technical College shall establish an effective fees collection mechanism, and ensure that bad debts are reduced or eliminated.

QUALITY ASSURANCE AND REGULATORY COMPLIANCE

  1. Shalom Technical College shall ensure that all SETA’s regulatory requirements are complied with fully.
  2. Shalom Technical College shall ensure that all Quality Council for Trades & Occupations (QCTO) regulatory requirements are complied with fully.
  3. Shalom Technical College shall ensure that all Department of Education regulatory requirements are complied with fully.
  4. Shalom Technical Collage shall ensure that all Council on Higher Education/UMALUSI quality standards and criteria are complied with fully.
  5. Shalom Technical College shall ensure that all SAQA Registration requirements for the National Qualifications Framework are complied with fully.
  6. Shalom Technical College shall ensure that all Health & Safety requirements are complied with fully.

Work Integrated Learning (WIL), Exit Level outcome & Successful Job Placement. The training programme include work-integrated learning (WIL). The purpose of work-integrated learning is for learners to connect academic learning with workplace practice, and prepare them for the workplace. This also serve as an exit level strategy for a successful job placement at the end of the programme.

EXIT STRATEGIES AFTER STUDIES

  1. Shalom Technical College will seek Learnership and internship opportunities for students after completion of their studies for experience purposes.
  2. Shalom Technical College will link students to companies for special performance vehicle.
  3. Young Entrepreneurs will be given a special incubation workshop and connect them to the SPV programme that deals with introducing them to the major business world for their stable foundation.
  4. Small existing SMME’s will also undergo an advance entrepreneurship programme which will prepare and link them to mainstream businesses.

STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

SHALOM TECHNICAL COLLEGE is committed to assist students with disabilities to become fully fledged integrated members of the College. The needs of students are catered for in order to make the College accessible and friendly to accommodate the interests of students with disabilities.