Technical and Vocational Education and Training 1. 2.

Technical and Vocational Education and Training 1. 2. Overview on governance, management and profile of TVET colleges Funding of the sector and 2019 budget allocations, including infrastructure efficiency grant per college and monitoring the spending of infrastructure grants in the TVET sector 3. 4. Progress report in the construction of the new TVET college campuses Update of curriculum and teaching and learning in TVET colleges 5. Review of the examination cycles Portfolio Committee - 4 September 2019 Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 What to expect from this presentation? Description 1 2 Overview on governance, management and profile of TVET colleges Page 4 Introduction and background

5 Continuing Education and Training Act (CET) Act (Act No. 16 of 2016) Section 10(4)(b) 6 College council appointment process Section 10(4)(b) 7 Gender balance in councils Section 10(4)(b) 8 Overview of appointments Section 10(4)(b) 9 Process of appointment of council members Section 10(6) 10 Challenges experiences 18 Regional induction workshops

19 Way forward 20 Funding of the sector and 2019 budget allocations, including infrastructure efficiency grant per college and monitoring the spending of infrastructure grants in the TVET sector 21 Funding of the sector and 2019 budget allocations 22 Overview of 2019/20 shortfalls 24 2019/20 Budget 25 2019/20 TVET CIEG 26 2019/20 TVET CIEG monitoring 31

Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation - 4 2 What to expect from this presentation? (Continue) 3 4 5 Description Page Progress report in construction of the new TVET college campuses and other infrastructure projects in 33 the TVET sector 34 Progress report in construction of the new TVET college campuses Progress report per province/college 35 Nine (9) campuses under construction 36 Footprint 37 Challenges and remedial actions 38

Actual site pictures 39 Teaching and learning in the TVET sector and progress report in the review and development of the new curriculum 49 Teaching and learning plan for the quality and learning at TVET colleges 50 Quantitative and qualitative analysis 52 Curriculum updates 55 Review of the examination cycles Institutionalisation of examinations Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 58 59 3

1. Overview on governance, management and profile of TVET colleges Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 4 Introduction and Background The former Minister of Higher Education and Training, Dr GNM Pandor, has made all TVET college council appointments in terms of Section 10(4)(b) of the Continuing Education and Training (CET) Act (Act No. 16 of 2006). The Department is currently in the process of facilitating the process of appointments for Council members in terms of Section 10(6) of the CET Act. Once all college councils are fully constituted, regional induction workshops will be conducted. To date 33 colleges submissions have been processed. Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 5 Continuing Education and Training (CET) Act (Act No. 16 of 2006) 10(4)(b) The terms of office for College Councils in the following Provinces expired on 31 October 2018: Eastern Cape Free State KwaZulu-Natal, and Limpopo. The terms of office for College Councils in the following Provinces expired over a period between 31 March 2019 and 15 April 2019: Gauteng Mpumalanga

North West Northern Cape, and Western Cape. Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 6 The College Council Appointment Process - Section 10 (4) (b) 4 Calls for nominations issued by the Minister in print media on 5 August 2018, 2 December 2018, 25 and 29 January 2019. 428 7 Nominees Selected for Vetting. Resignations/Declines 262 Nominees Received Clear Vetting Results 231 685 238 Nominations Received. 61% Current Status of

10 (4) (b) appointments Total Ministerial Appointments Made Vetting Success Rate. Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 7 Gender balance on Councils Section10(4)(b) Males Females 22% Total Male Nominations Received 43% Total Female Nominations Received . . Regional Breakdown Regional Breakdown 3 in 5 Ministerial Appointments are Male . Western Cape/Northern Cape Limpopo KwaZulu - Natal

52% 54% 55% Gauteng/Free State Region Eastern Cape North West/Mpumalanga 138 Males Appointed by the Minister. 60% 63% 66% 30% 30% 40% 40% 43% 48% 60% . North West/Mpumalanga Gauteng/Free State KwaZulu - Natal Ministerial Appointments are Female Western Cape/Northern Cape 10 (4) (b) Ministerial Appointments

Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 2 in 5 Limpopo 40% 10 (4) (b) Ministerial Appointments. Eastern Cape 93 Females Appointed by the Minister. 8 Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation - 4 September 2019 9 Process of appointment of Council members Section 10(6) In terms of Section 10(6) of the CET Act, College Councils must consult with the Minister in the appointment of this category of Council members. The process for appointment is outlined in Government Gazette number 37906 and Circular TC 0047. Colleges must ensure that all documents, as outlined in the aforementioned circulars and gazettes, are submitted to the Department to process for Ministers concurrence. It was envisaged that all Council appointments in terms of Section 10(6) would be completed by end of August 2019. However, this would be possible only if Colleges had submitted all required documents, with correct information, timeously. Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation

10 Process of appointment of Council members Section 10(6) (Continue) Colleges have been classified according to a grading system based on the levels of completeness in terms of the process to appoint 10(6) Council appointments. The categories are as follows: YELLOW: Colleges are still awaiting vetting results of short listed nominees; GREEN: The College has submitted all recommended nominees with the required supporting documents (annexures) to the Department and the Ministerial submission seeking concurrence is in process. Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 11 Process of appointment Section 10(6) (Eastern Cape) Province College Buffalo City TVET College East Cape Midlands TVET College Progress Status Documents received and the submission is on route for Ministerial concurrence. GREEN Documents received and the memo on route for Ministerial concurrence. Ikhala TVET College The College is nominees

awaiting vetting results of Plan of Action Submission en-route GREEN Memo en-route YELLOW In progress Ingwe TVET College The advert calling for nominations which was readvertised was delayed. The Principal is going to recommend to Council to utilise nominations previously received during the first call for nominations. YELLOW In progress King Hintsa TVET College Documents received and the submission is on route for Ministerial concurrence. GREEN Submission en-route King Sabata Dalindyebo TVET College Documents received and the submission is on route for Ministerial concurrence. GREEN

Submission en-route Lovedale TVET College The College is awaiting the vetting results of nominees. YELLOW Port Elizabeth TVET College Documents received and the submission is on route for Ministerial concurrence. GREEN Eastern Cape Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation In progress Memo en-route 12 Process of appointment Section 10(6) (Free State) Province College Flavius Mareka TVET College Goldfields TVET College Free State Maluti TVET College Motheo TVET College Progress

Status The College is awaiting vetting results of nominees. Documents submission is concurrence. Documents submission is concurrence. received and the on route for Ministerial received and the on route for Ministerial Documents received and the submission is on route for Ministerial concurrence. Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation Plan of Action YELLOW In progress GREEN Submission route on-

GREEN Submission route on- GREEN Submission route on- 13 Process of appointment Section 10(6) (Gauteng) Province College Progress Status Plan of Action Ekurhuleni East TVET College Documents received and the submission is on route for Ministerial concurrence. GREEN Submission on-route Ekurhuleni West TVET College Documents received and the submission is on route for Ministerial concurrence. GREEN

Submission on-route Sedibeng TVET College Documents received and the submission is on route for Ministerial concurrence. GREEN Submission on-route TVET Documents received and the submission is on route for Ministerial concurrence. GREEN Submission on-route Documents received and the submission is on route for Ministerial concurrence. GREEN Submission on-route South West College Gauteng Gauteng Tshwane North TVET College The college is awaiting vetting results of their two (2) nominees Western TVET College YELLOW Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation

In progress 14 Process of appointment Section 10(6) (KwaZulu-Natal) Province College Coastal TVET College Elangeni TVET College Esayidi TVET College Progress The college is awaiting the vetting results of nominees. Documents received and the submission is on route for Ministerial concurrence. Documents received and the submission is on route for Ministerial concurrence. Status Plan of Action GREEN Submission on-route GREEN Submission on-route GREEN Submission on-route The college is awaiting the vetting results of all nominees

YELLOW In progress The college is awaiting the vetting results of nominees. YELLOW In progress Mthashana TVET College The College received all negative vetting results and have requested to re-start the process. YELLOW Requested urgent Regional Managers support and intervention Thekwini TVET College Documents received and the submission is on route for Ministerial concurrence. GREEN Submission on-route Umfolozi TVET College Documents received and the submission is on route for Ministerial concurrence. GREEN

Submission on-route Umgungundlovu TVET College The college submitted documents on 27 August 2019 . YELLOW Majuba TVET College KwaZulu Mnambithi TVET College -Natal Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 Ministerial memo is being prepared 15 Process of appointment Section 10(6) (Limpopo) Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 16 Process of appointment Section 10(6) (Mpumalanga and North West) Province College Ehlanzeni TVET College Mpumala Gert Sibande TVET College nga Nkangala TVET College

Orbit TVET College North West Taletso TVET College Vuselela Progress Status Plan of Action Documents received and the submission is on route for Ministerial concurrence. GREEN Submission on-route Documents received and the submission is on route for Ministerial concurrence. GREEN Submission on-route YELLOW Memo to be prepared once all positive vetting results are received GREEN Submission on-route GREEN

Submission on-route The College is awaiting the vetting results of nominees. Documents received and the submission is on route for Ministerial concurrence. Documents received and the submission is on route for Ministerial concurrence. . Documents received and the submission is GREEN on route for Ministerial concurrence. Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 Submission on-route 17 Process of appointment Section 10(6) (Northern Cape and Western Cape) Province College Progress Status Plan of Action Northern Cape Rural TVET College Documents received and the submission is on route for Ministerial concurrence.

GREEN Submission onroute Northern Urban TVET College Documents received on 27 August 2019. College requested to submit outstanding documents YELLOW In progress Boland TVET College Documents received and the submission is on route for Ministerial concurrence. GREEN Memo on-route Documents received and the College of Cape Town TVET College submission is on route for Ministerial concurrence. GREEN Submission approved False Bay TVET College Documents received and the submission is on route for Ministerial concurrence. GREEN Submission

approved Northlink TVET College Documents received and the submission is on route for Ministerial concurrence. GREEN Submission approved South Cape TVET College Documents received and the submission is on route for Ministerial concurrence. GREEN Submission approved West Coast TVET College Documents received and the submission is on route for Ministerial concurrence. GREEN Submission approved Northern Cape Western Cape Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation

4 September 2019 18 Challenges experienced Colleges are not reading the vetting reports of the nominees and are submitting nominees to the Department with credit listings and other records. Colleges are not submitting all annexures as required by the Government Gazette and Circular. The late publishing of calls for nominations by certain Colleges created delays in achieving the state of full constitution of college councils. CVs of nominees submitted by Colleges were not comprehensive. Comprehensive CVs of nominees are required so that the Minister can make informed decisions. The Minister is not obliged to concur with any appointment. Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 19 Regional induction workshops Once Councils are fully constituted, Regional Workshops for all Colleges Council members will be conducted. The Department has prepared a College Council Induction Manual and is in the process of finalising Induction Workbooks for the Regional Workshops. The Workshops will be coordinated by Regional Offices and supported by Head Office. It is envisaged that the Regional Workshops will be conducted during September and October 2019. Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 20 Way forward on governance and management of TVET colleges Regional Managers will be requested to assist/intervene in the process of appointment of Council members in terms of Section 10(6). The Department will follow-up with Colleges regarding their 10(6) Council appointments regularly. The Department will finalise the development of the College Council

Handbook. The Department will distribute Council Induction Manuals and Workbooks to Regional Offices for further distribution once Regional Induction Workshops dates have been confirmed. Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 21 2. Funding of the sector and 2019 budget allocations, including infrastructure efficiency grant per college and monitoring the spending of infrastructure grants in the TVET sector Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 22 Funding of the sector and budget allocations The 2019/20 allocations for the TVET system is as follows (excluding CIEG and operational budgets for new Campuses): TVET COLLEGES 2019/20 Total CoE budget R 2019/20 Direct Transfers / Subsidies R 2019/20 NSFAS 2019/20 Total Tuition TVET Budget

Bursaries allocation R R % Gauteng Province Kwazulu Natal Province Eastern Cape Province Limpopo Province Western Cape Province Mpumalanga Province Free State Province North West Province Northern Cape Province Un-allocated 1,473,853,779 753,696,751 737,690,950 2,965,241,480 22.85% 1,216,144,675 694,897,103 510,621,607 2,421,663,385 18.66% 839,949,875 374,616,836 324,066,110 1,538,632,820 11.86%

738,933,697 361,144,545 349,283,532 1,449,361,774 11.17% 741,130,859 313,995,722 270,332,661 1,325,459,242 10.21% 425,186,691 356,585,989 208,646,855 990,419,536 7.63% 414,588,325 175,681,524 187,282,585 777,552,434 5.99% 353,749,089 206,818,080 141,423,274

701,990,443 5.41% 105,189,760 107,332,152 53,361,427 265,883,338 2.05% - 539,896,300 - 539,896,300 4.16% Total Budget 6,308,726,750 3,884,665,002 48.62% 29.94% Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 2,782,709,000 12,976,100,752 100.00% 21.44% 100.00%

23 Funding of the sector and budget allocations The current 2019/20 approved TVET enrolment plan comprising of 562,006 headcount enrolments (against a target of 664,748 comprising of 493,991 991 headcount enrolments funded by the state and 170,757 headcount enrolments funded by TVET Colleges), still has a funding deficit of (R1,027,798,356). The 2019/20 approved enrolment plan requires the State to provide a budget totaling R14,003,899,104 of which only R12,976,100,748 is provided by the state as indicated below: Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 24 2019/20 Budget shortfalls Funding shortfall on APP Target of 664,748 If the actual 2019/20 APP target of 664,748 is costed, the results are as follows: Total required budget Total available 2019/20 budget Budget shortfall 16,563,997,168 12,976,100,748 (3,587,896,421) Current funding level (100%) There is still a funding shortfall in the TVET system but it will be vital that the trajectory to implement fee-free higher Education is maintained. The 2019/20 funding levels (based on the APP target of 664,448) is currently at 78% compared to the 100% funding level required to implement Fee-Free Higher Education. Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 25 2019/20 Budget

The MTEF Allocations for the TVET system is as follows (excluding Capital Infrastructure Efficiency Grant) CIEG and operational budgets for new Campuses): DHET MTEF Allocations 2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23 % Growth CoE Direct Transfers NSFAS Tuition Available DHET Funding 6,308,726 3,884,665 2,782,709 12,976,100 6,587,457 4,768,111 2,782,709 14,138,277 7,015,642 5,030,357 2,971,933 15,017,932 7,352,393 5,271,814 3,174,024 15,798,231 16.54% 35.71%

14.06% 16,563,997 17,475,017 18,610,893 19,820,601 -3,587,896,421 -3,336,740 -3,592,961 -4,022,370 81% 80% Budget required enrollments on 664,748 System shortfall Funding level on 100% costs 78% 81% Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 26 2019/20 TVET CIEG Budgets The MTEF Allocations for the Capital Infrastructure and Efficiency

Grant for TVET Colleges are as follows: MTEF BUDGET ALLOCATIONS TVET CIEG 2018/19 R'000 TVET CIEG Allocation % Increase 2019/20 2020/21 2022/23 2023/24 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 1,737,58 1,300,000 1,484,000 1,647,000 5 1,820,989 14.15% 10.98% Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 5.50% 4.80% 27 2019/20 TVET CIEG Budgets The CIEG allocations per TVET summarised per Province: VALUE OF TVET MAINTENANCE PLAN COLLEGE MAINTENACE PLAN %

2018/19 CIEG ALLOCATION 2019/20 CIEG ALLOCATION Gauteng 201,240,000 301,189,564 502,429,564 18.05% Eastern Cape 226,395,000 142,511,660 368,906,660 13.25% KwaZulu-Natal 201,240,000 164,399,038 365,639,038 13.13% Limpopo 176,085,000 172,866,951

348,951,951 12.53% Western Cape FreeState 150,930,000 147,123,698 298,053,698 10.71% 100,620,000 89,728,119 190,348,119 6.84% Mpumalanga 75,465,000 80,054,501 155,519,501 5.59% North West 75,465,000 64,644,271 140,109,271

5.03% Northern Cape DHET Special Projects 50,310,000 - 25,482,198 286,000,000 75,792,198 286,000,000 2.72% DHET Project Monitoring and Administration TOTAL 42,250,000 10,000,000 52,250,000 1,300,000,000 1,484,000,000 2,784,000,000 PROVINCIAL CIEG ALLOCATIONS Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 10.27% 1.88% 100.00% 28

2019/20 TVET CIEG Budgets The CIEG funding models are as follows: 2018/19 Equal allocations to TVET Colleges: Due to new Conditional Grant. Systems and processes being established. Colleges trained on Asset Management maintenance planning. Standards and 2019/20 80/20 funding model applied: 80% on TVET College planned student enrolments. 20% on costed maintenance plans submitted. In future, the funding model will gradually move to maintenance plans only as TVET Colleges mature on the processes of maintenance planning and execution. Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 29 2019/20 TVET CIEG Budgets vs. Expenditure Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 30 2019/20 TVET CIEG Budgets vs. Expenditure DHET approved maintenance work package approvals of R798 million 54% of CIEG 2019/20 budget Actual performance of 12% vs. APP target of 50% for Q2 of 2019/20 by TVET Colleges Lower expenditure by TVET College due to: Capacity constraints (only one approved Infrastructure Project Manager allowed) Lack of experienced and qualified staff to deal with infrastructure maintenance planning and execution Procurement for Tenders (exceeding R500,000) takes time to initiate As soon as Procurement challenges have been addressed,

expenditure at TVET Colleges will increase substantially. Main DHET objective: Ensure value for money and correct application of CIEG funds by TVET Colleges. Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 31 2019/20 TVET CIEG monitoring DHET has rolled out extensive TVET College training on National Infrastructure Asset Management Standards and maintenance planning. TVET Colleges must submit work package applications to DHET for approval BEFORE expenditure is incurred. This is to ensure correct application of funding and value for money in all instances Once the Department has approved the maintenance plan, a cost item number will be issued on the work package, and the TVET College may start spending. The Department approves the spending of the funds in line with the approved costed maintenance plan, considering priority and criticality of maintenance. DHET supports struggling TVET Colleges with technical assistance. Monitoring of TVET expenditure incurred on sample basis by DHET teams as well as Internal Audit. Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 32 2019/20 TVET CIEG monitoring CIEG Funding is transferred as conditional grants with the following conditions: Each TVET College must open a separate interest bearing bank account; CIEG funds are exclusively appropriated for repairs and maintenance for core teaching and learning facilities; Colleges must report on a quarterly basis on the Grant expenditure in the format determined by the Department; and Each college is required to appoint a Project Manager or a Service Provider at Assistant Director salary level nine (9) who will be paid from the Grant to manage the project. Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation

33 3. Progress report in the construction of the new TVET college campuses Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 34 3. Progress report in the construction of the new TVET college campuses The programme consists of the construction of the following: Thirteen (13) new TVET College Campuses, and The refurbishment of three (3) existing Colleges Total budget: R2.5 billion funded by National Skills Fund (NSF). Thabazimbi has been completed Nkandla A and Bhambanani phase 1 are at close-out stage Giyani, Vryheid and Nkandla B have not been awarded and are now to be funded separately as per strategy approved by the Minister Balfour : The contractor has been appointed, site will be handed over within 45 days

Current construction: Nine (9) sites Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 35 3. Progress report in the construction of the new TVET college campuses (continue) Eastern Cape Province TVET College Status 1 Aliwal North Ikhala TVET College Work in progress 2 Graaff-Reinet Campus Eastcape Midlands TVET College Work in progress 3 Ngqungqushe Campus Ingwe TVET College Work in progress

4 Sterkspruit Campus Ikhala TVET College Work in progress Mpumalanga Province TVET College Status 5 Gert Sibande TVET College In process of site establishment KwaZulu-Natal Province TVET College Status 6 Greytown Campus Umgungundlovu TVET College Work in progress 7 Kwagqikazi Campus Mthashana TVET College Work in progress

8 Msinga Campus Umgungundlovu TVET College Work in progress 9 Nongoma Campus Mthashana TVET College Work in progress 10 Umzimkhulu Campus Esayidi TVET College Work in progress 11 Nkandla A Campus Umfolozi TVET College In close out phase 12 Bhambanani Campus Umfolozi TVET College In close out phase 13

Vryheid Campus Mthashana TVET College No tender award possible. 14 Nkandla B Umfolozi TVET College No tender award possible. Limpopo Province TVET College Status 15 Thabazimbi Campus Waterberg TVET College Completed 16 Giyani Campus Letaba TVET College No tender award possible. Balfour Campus Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 36

Nine (9) TVET college campuses under construction CURRENT NINE (9) SITES UNDER CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT VALUE CONTRACT EXPENDITURE % CONTRACT COMPLETION ANTICIPATED DATE F= Female M= Male Incl. Retention R` 000 NEW EMPLOYMENT OF LOCAL LABOUR R`000 REFURISHMENT F CONSTRUCTION + 1 Graaff Reinet 108 111

59 109 68 20 February 2020 15 + 93 2 Aliwal North 116 928 59 795 47 20 February 2020 23 + 58 3 Sterkspruit 153 383 75 657 59 12 September 2019 26 + 117 4 Ngqungqushe 156 217

40 124 35 03 October 2019 27 + 81 5 Msinga 130 304 70 561 64 15 November 2019 12 + 82 6 Greytown 113 648 12 610 25 31 December 2019 4 + 12 7 Umzimkhulu 105 921

63 304 69 09 March 2020 13 + 89 8 Nongoma 125 872 43 345 33 20 February 2020 17 + 120 9 Kwaqikazi 113 648 15 876 19 17 February 200 10 + 15 TOTAL (F +M) 1 124 032 440 381

39% Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 GRAND TOTAL(Incl.) M 147 + 667 814 37 Footprint NO. SITE: TVET College Offices Classrooms Computer Labs Seating Capacity Campus (approx.) (approx.) (approx.) (per Class) Total seats (Average) 1.

Aliwal North 29 8 2 40 320 Graaff Reinet 29 8 2 40 320 Ngqungqushe 29 8 2 40 320 Sterkspruit 29 8

2 40 320 Greytown 29 8 2 40 320 6. Kwaqigkazi 29 8 2 40 320 7. Msinga 29 8 2

40 320 Nongoma 29 8 2 40 320 Umzimkhulu 29 8 2 40 320 261 72 18 2. 3. 4. 5

8. 9. TOTAL Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 2 880 38 Challenges & remedial actions NO. Sites Challenges/Issues* Remedial action 1. Graaff Reinet No challenges at this stage. 2. Aliwal North Delays due to civil unrest. 3. Sterkspruit Obstruction of road by illegal The Department political liaison to engage the municipality to solve the housing and waste water spillages problem, as it is expatiated to trigger health and environmental issues. from private septic tanks.

4. Ngqungqushe Delays & disruptions due to Business Forums activities. The Department political liaison manages political dynamics arising from site on ongoing basis and work with the Project Steering committee. 5 Msinga Shortage of water Construction of low level bridge 6. Greytown 7. Umzimkhulu 8. Nongoma 9. Kwagqikazi Civil unrest delayed the programme. Delays due to Eskom have resulted in EOTs Delays due to demolition certificate delays have resulted in EOT. Increase in civil disruption from tribal interests Increase in civil disruption from

tribal interests Drilling and equipping of boreholes including base , and elevated steel tanks with booster pumps similar design to the Graaff-Reinet to be covered under off-site infrastructure. The Department political liaison manages political dynamics arising from site on ongoing basis.. Eskom is being engaged in this regards. The Department political liaison manages political dynamics arising from site on ongoing basis and work with the Project Steering committee. The Department political liaison manages political dynamics arising from site on ongoing basis and work with the Project Steering committee. The Department political liaison manages political dynamics arising from site on ongoing basis and work with the Project Steering committee. Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 39 Aliwal North Site Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 40 Graaff Reinet site Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 41 Graaff Reinet Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019

42 Ngqungqushe site Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 43 Sterkspruit site Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 44 Greytown site Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 45 Kwagqikazi site Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 46 Msinga site Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 47 Nongoma site Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019

48 Umzimkhulu site Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 49 4. Update on Teaching and Learning (T&L) and Curriculum in TVET Colleges Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 50 Teaching and Learning Plans for quality teaching and learning at TVET colleges Update on establishments of CETCS Offering at TVET colleges Currently two qualifications form the core offerings in TVET colleges, namely the Report 191 programmes (commonly referred to as the NATED programmes), and the National Certificates (Vocational), commonly referred to as the NC(V). The Report 191 programmes have a long history of delivery in the TVET college system in the form of the N1- N3 and the N4-N6 programmes in engineering, business and servicesrelated studies. The N4-N6 programmes culminate in a National N Diploma at NQF level 6, following 18 and 24 months of internship for engineering and business/services studies respectively The NC(V) was introduced in 2007, and caters for young people who wish to pursue a vocational career pathway after grade 9, and want to still achieve the equivalent of matric, at NQF level 4.

The curricula of several NC(V) subjects have been revised over the last 10 years, to make them relevant and responsive to the workplace, as well as to improve their delivery in the classroom and workshops. The last updates which are currently implemented are in the IT and Computer Science, and the Safety in Society programmes Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 51 Teaching and Learning Plans for quality teaching and learning at TVET colleges Update on establishments of CETCS TVET colleges complete the TLP templates across all seven sections of the plan with support from the Regional officials. (1. Enrolment Planning, 2. Classroom teaching and Support, 3. Student practical application for on-course learning, 4.Student assessment, 5. Student academic support, 6. Lecturer support and capacity building and 7.Work placement) Through the Regional office, the completed plans will be sent to the DHET National Office (Curriculum Development and Support Directorate) for quantitative and qualitative analysis and feedback will be provided to TVET colleges through the Regional office Regional office to use feedback and comments for college improvement and support for further interventions strategies DHET National Office to conduct oversight monitoring and verification at selected TVET colleges in selected problematic programmes and subjects areas Intervention both at National, Regional or College level will be determined by the feedback on college performance on their TLP

Evaluation Report on TVET colleges performance and intervention strategies is sent to the DG annually for noting and approval Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 52 Quantitative and qualitative analysis of the plans Update on establishments of CETCS TVET Colleges like Ekurhuleni West TVET College, False Bay, Motheo and Gert Sibande TVET colleges have consistently been evaluated well and ranked in the top 20 since 2016. Their academic performance reflect such. However, a college like Central Johannesburg is the opposite. Boland TVET College, Waterberg TVET, Goldfields and Elangeni have always reflected accurately on their performance evaluations as was supported by their academic performance. The TLP flags colleges in a crisis mode which since 2016 are evaluated at average or poor and found at the bottom 10 of all 50 TVET Colleges. Since 2016 King Hintsha, Lephalale, Vuselela, Taletso and Ingwe TVET Colleges are evaluated at average poor and constitute the bottom 10 colleges of all 50 TVET colleges Amongst the contributing factors is their lack of proper planning, classroom readiness and poor lecturer competencies and expertise to teach certain subjects. The table below reflects such performance. Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 53 Quantitative and qualitative analysis of the plans Update on establishments of CETCS TVET Colleges like Ekurhuleni West TVET College, False Bay, Motheo and Gert Sibande TVET colleges have consistently been evaluated well and ranked in the top 20 since 2016. Their academic performance reflect such. However, colleges like Central Johannesburg is the opposite. Boland TVET College, Waterberg TVET, Gold Fields and Elangeni have always made honest reflections on themselves, because even if they are being evaluated average or found in positions between 19 to 35, upon monitoring you find exactly as they reported to be as it is. The TLP is also able to tell about colleges in a crisis mode which since 2016 are evaluated at average or poor and found at the bottom 10 of all 50 TVET Colleges. Those are colleges like King

Hitsha, Lephalale, Vuselela, Taletso and Ingwe TVET Colleges. Amongst the contributing factors is their lack of proper planning, classroom readiness and poor lecturer qualification and expertise to teach certain subjects. The table below reflects such performance. Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 54 Quantitative and qualitative analysis of the plans Update on establishments of CETCS TVET Colleges like Ekurhuleni West TVET College, False Bay, Motheo and Gert Sibande TVET colleges have consistently been evaluated well and ranked in the top 20 since 2016. Their academic performance reflect such. However, colleges like Central Johannesburg is the opposite. Boland TVET College, Waterberg TVET, Gold Fields and Elangeni have always made honest reflections on themselves, because even if they are being evaluated average or found in positions between 19 to 35, upon monitoring you find exactly as they reported to be as it is. The TLP is also able to tell about colleges in a crisis mode which since 2016 are evaluated at average or poor and found at the bottom 10 of all 50 TVET Colleges. Those are colleges like King Hitsha, Lephalale, Vuselela, Taletso and Ingwe TVET Colleges. Amongst the contributing factors is their lack of proper planning, classroom readiness and poor lecturer qualification and expertise to teach certain subjects. The table below reflects such performance. Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 55 Curriculum updates Update on establishments of CETCS Currently two qualifications form the core offerings in TVET colleges, namely the Report 191 programmes (commonly referred to as the NATED programmes), and the National Certificates (Vocational), commonly referred to as the NC(V).

The Report 191 programmes have a long history of delivery in the TVET college system in the form of the N1- N3 and the N4-N6 programmes in engineering, business and servicesrelated studies. The N4-N6 programmes culminate in a National N Diploma at NQF level 6, following 18 and 24 months of internship for engineering and business/services studies respectively The NC(V) was introduced in 2007, and caters for young people who wish to pursue a vocational career pathway after grade 9, and want to still achieve the equivalent of matric, at NQF level 4. The curricula of several NC(V) subjects have been revised over the last 10 years, to make them relevant and responsive to the workplace, as well as to improve their delivery in the classroom and workshops. The last updates which are currently implemented are in the IT and Computer Science, and the Safety in Society programmes. Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 56 Curriculum updates Update on establishments of CETCS In 2019, the focus has been on the review and updating of the Report 191 subject curricula Thirty Report 191 subject curricula have been updated, namely: List of curriculum review subjects Introductory Information Processing N4 Information Processing N4 Information Processing N5 Information Processing N6 Communication N5 Communication N6 Introductory Financial Accounting N4 Financial Accounting N4 Financial Accounting N5 Introductory Computer Practice N4 Computer Practice N4

Mechano-technics N4 N6 Quantity Surveying N4 N6 Electro-technics N4 N6 Motor Trade Theory N1 N3 Electrical Trade Theory N1 N3 Bricklaying and Plastering Theory N1 N2 Travel Office Procedures Travel Services Applied Management N4 Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 57 Curriculum updates Update on establishments of CETCS The updated subject curricula will be finalized at the end of 2019, and colleges will be supported in 2020 in preparation for delivery of these curricula in 2021. Preparation for delivery will involve lecturer training, development of student learning materials, and access to the required learning resources, such as plant, equipment, IT infrastructure, and consumables. Furthermore, in 2019, the department rolled out the Pre-vocational Learning Programme (PLP) nationally, following the pilot phase in 8 colleges in 2018. The PLP is aimed at strengthening the learning foundations of those students entering a college, without grade 12, and do not meet the entry requirements of the programme in which they wish to enroll. The purpose is to improve the pass rate of students in college programmes and qualifications. Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 58 Update on establishments of CETCS 5. Review of the examination cycles Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019

59 INSTITUTIONALISATION OF EXAMINATIONS Update on establishments of CETCS The Department has to, over time, introduce new programmes and qualifications, and also consider discontinuing others. Both these impact on the national examinations system. It is difficult to manage the large scale of national examinations in the college sector, and this has raised many quality issues around student assessments and certification. Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 60 INSTITUTIONALISATION OF EXAMINATIONS Update on establishments of CETCS Policy and regulations necessary to reduce the burden of the national examinations system The NC(V) qualifications must be published as a single threeyear qualification to allow for internal examinations to be conducted at levels 2 and 3. Proposals are in process. The Report 191 policy document must be amended to accommodate the phasing out of Engineering N1-N3. Once approved the phase out process must be managed together with the Quality Councils.

N4-N6 programmes that are no longer relevant or have poor takeup by students must be phased out. Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 61 Update on establishments of CETCS Thank you Portfolio Committee - TVET presentation 4 September 2019 62

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