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FEE STRUCTURE 2018

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National Certificate Vocational Programmes

PROGRAMME SUBJECTS FUNDA-MENTAL COST PER SUBJECT ANNUAL COURSE FEE
Electrical Infrastructure Construction
L2-L4
Electrical Principles and Practice L2 – L4 R900 R2 525 R12 792
Electrical Systems and Constructions L2 – L4
Electrical Control and Digital Electronics
Workshop Practice L2
Electrical Workmanship L3 – L4
Renewable Energy L2 – L4
Engineering & Related Design
L2-L4
Engineering Fundamentals L2 R900 R3 490 R16 680
Engineering Technology L2
Engineering Systems L2
Engineering Practice and Maintenance L3
Materials Technology L3
Engineering Graphics & Design L3
Engineering Processes L4
Professional Engineering Practice L4
Applied Engineering Technology L4
Automotive Repair & Maintenance L2 – L4
Engineering Fabrication L2 – L4
Welding L2 – L4
Fitting and Turning L2 – L4
Generic Management
L2-L4
Entrepreneurship L2 R900 R1 397 R9 707
Project Management L3-L4
Financial Management L2-L4
Operations Management L2 – L4 R1 870
Management Practice L2 – L4
Hospitality
L2-L4
Hospitality Generics L2 – L4 R900 R3 560 R15 715
Food Preparation L2 – L4
Hospitality Services L2 – L4
Client Services & Human Relations L2 – L4 R2 335
Education and Development
L2-L4
Early Childhood Development L2 – L4 R800 R1 508 R8 432
Art & Science of Teaching L2 – L4
Human & Social Development L2 – L4
Learning Psychology L2 – L4
Office Administration
L2-L4
Business Practice L2 – L4 R900 R1 397 R8 288
Office Practice L2 – L4
Office Data Processing L2 – L4
Personal Assistant L4
New Venture Creation L2- L3
Project Management L3 – L4
Entrepreneurship L2
Wholesale and Retail L2
Primary Health L2-L4 South African Health care System L2 – L4 R900 R1 972 R10 588
Public Health L2 – L4
Health and the Human Being L2 – L4
Community Oriented Primary Care L2 – L4
Tourism L2 – L3 Client Services & Human Relations L2 – L3 R900 R2 335 R12 040
Science of Tourism L2 – L3
Sustainable Tourism in South Africa L2 – L3
Tourism Operations L2 – L3

 

REPORT 191 (Nated) Programmes

Trimester Programmes

PROGRAMME COST PER SUBJECT PER TRIMESTER COST ANNUAL COURSE FEE
Engineering Studies N1 – N3 R426 R1 704 R5 112
Engineering Studies N4 – N6 R497 R1 988 R5 964

 

Semester Programmes

PROGRAMME COST PER SUBJECT PER SEMESTER COST ANNUAL COURSE FEE
Business Management N4 – N6 R631 R2 524 R5 048
Human Resource Management N4 – N6 R631 R2 524 R5 048
Management Assistant N4 – N6 R631 R2 524 R5 048
Financial Management N4 – N6 R631 R2 524 R5 048

 

Exam only fee

All programmes – per subjectR200

Accommodation

Bed and Food Allocation Bed Only
Per Year R18 000 R10 000
Semester R9 000 R5 000
Trimester R6 000 R3 500

Occupational Programmes

Computer Programmes

MODULES TRAIN DAYS TRAIN WEEKS COST
Module 1– Basic Concepts of Information Technology 5 1 R2 725
Module 2– Using the Computer and Managing Files 5 1 R2 725
Module 3– Word Processing MS Word 5 1 R2 725
Module 4– Spreadsheets MS Excel 5 1 R2 725
Module 5– Database MS Excel 5 1 R2 725
Module 6– Presentation MS Power Point 5 1 R2 725
Module 7– Information Communication World Wide Web and E-mail 5 1 R2 725
Classes are Part-time 3pm-5pm and Saturdays 9h00 to 12h00

Other Short Skills Programmes

COURSES TRAIN DAYS COST
Principles and Techniques of Marketing 5 R2 840
Understand and Deal with HIV/AIDS 3 R1 550

 

Institute of Certified Bookkeepers

MODULES- SKILLS COURSES (NON CREDIT BEARING) TRAINING WEEKS COST
Junior Bookkeeper L3 – Bookkeeping to Trail Balance 6 months R4 970
Junior Bookkeeper L3 – Payroll and Monthly SARS return 6 months R4 970
Senior Bookkeeper L4 – Financial Statement 6 months R4 970
Senior Bookkeeper L4 – Cost and Management Accounting 6 months R4 970
Business Literacy L4 6 months R4 970
Technical Financial Accountant L4 – Income Tax Returns 6 months R4 970
Technical Financial Accountant L5 – Business Law and Accountant Control 6 months R4 970

 

Electrical Programmes

SKILLS COURSE INTRODUCTORY ELECTRICAL MODULES FOR GENERAL ASSISTANTS TRAINING DAYS TRAINING WEEKS COST
Module 0– Introduction 5 1 R2 485
Module 1– Wire ways 10 2 R4 970
Module 2– Cables 10 2 R4 970
Module 3– Wiring 10 2 R4 970
Module 4– Transformers 5 1 R2 485
All programmes have limited resources and can accommodate a maximum of 15 students per module. Modules can run concurrently or separately depending on client’s needs. Students applying for the MS and M6 must have wiring experience or have completed M0 to M3.

 

Motor Mechanical Programmes

ELECTRICAL MOTOR MODULES FOR MILL WRIGHTS TRAINING DAYS TRAINING WEEKS COST

Module 5– Motor and Starters

10 2 R4 970

Module 6– Fault finding and Testing

10 2 R4 970

 

Boilermaker Programmes

DISCIPLINE MODULES TRAINING DAYS COST

Boilermaker Apprenticeship (CBMT)

Phase 1- 1st Year Trimester R13 685
Phase 2- 2nd Year Trimester R13 685
Phase 3- 3rd Year Trimester R11 685
Phase 4- 4th Year Trimester R11 685
Gap Assessment Training 2 R1 640
Workshop Training Per day R 470

 

Fitting Programmes

DISCIPLINE MODULES TRAINING DAYS COST

Fitting Apprenticeship (CBMT)

Phase 1 Trimester R16 415
Phase 2 Trimester R16 415
Phase 3 Trimester R13 965
Phase 4 Trimester R13 965
Gap Assessment Training 2 R1 635
Workshop Training Per day R 470

 

Turning Programmes

DISCIPLINE MODULES TRAINING DAYS COST

Turning Apprenticeship (CBMT)

Phase 1 Trimester R16 415
Phase 2 Trimester R16 415
Phase 3 Trimester R13 965
Phase 4 Trimester R13 965
Gap Assessment Training 2 R1 635
Workshop Training Per day R 470

 

Electrical Programmes

DISCIPLINE MODULES TRAINING DAYS COST

Electrical Apprenticeship (CBMT)

Phase 1 Trimester R17 975
Phase 2 Trimester  R17 180
Phase 3 Trimester R17 180
Gap Assessment Training 2 R1 635
Workshop Training Per day R 470
DISCIPLINE MODULES TRAINING DAYS TRAINING WEEKS COST
SKILLS COURSE INTRODUCTORY ELECTRICAL MODULES FOR GENERAL ASSISTANTS Module 0– Introduction 5 1 R2 485
Module 1– Wire ways 10 2 R4 965
Module 2– Cables 10 2 R4 965
Module 3– Wiring 10 2 R4 965
Module 4– Transformers 5 1 R2 485
All programmes have limited resources and can accommodate a maximum of 15 students per module. Modules can run concurrently or separately depending on client’s needs. Students applying for the MS and M6 must have wiring experience or have completed M0 to M3.

 

Welding Programmes

DISCIPLINE MODULES TRAINING DAYS COST

Welding Apprenticeship

Phase 1 Trimester R16 415
Phase 2 Trimester R16 415
Phase 3 Trimester R13 965
Phase 4 Trimester R13 965

Pre-Trade Test Evaluation

Gap Assessment 2 days R1 640

Trade Test Preparation

Workshop Training Per day R 465

Trade Test

Trade Assessment R4 300

Workshop Training Fees

Workshop Training Per day R 465

Coding Test

Welders Test Per Test R 985

SAIW

International Plate Welder 50 R41 060
International Fillet Welder 60 R43 700
International Pipe Welder 30 R25 830

Welding Skills Programmes

MODULES TRAINING DAYS COST
Oxy Fuel Gas Welding 10 R4 420
Oxy Fuel Gas Brazing 5 R2 210
Oxy Fuel Gas Cutting 10 R4 420
Shielded Metal Arc Welding (Plate) 25 R11 050
Shielded Metal Arc Welding (Pipe) 15 R9 770
Gas Metal Arc Welding 20 R8 830
Fluxed Cored Arc Welding 20 R8 830
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (Tig & Stick) 30 R13 250
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (Stainless Steel) 15 R12 920
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (Aluminium) 15 R9 790
Pipe Welding 6GR 10 R12 600
Submerged Arc Welding 15 R12 920
Welding Symbols 5 R2 200
Drawing & Sketches 5 R2 200
Safety 5 R2 200
Hand and Workshop Tools 5 R2 200
Basic Lifting Techniques 3 R1 310

 

General Education and Training Certificate Early Childhood Development Level 1

Subject Title SUBJECT CODE TRAINING DAYS COST
Effective participation in the workplace 14569 2 R 390
Speaking, signing and listening 119635 4 R 790
Maintain records and give reports 244261 2 R 390
Care for babies, toddlers and young children 244255 6 R1 970
Interact with babies, toddlers and young children 244262 3
Demonstrate basic understanding of child development 244258 3 R1 050
Prepare an environment for children 244263 2
Plan and manage personal finances 15092 3 R 660
Demonstrate and understanding of sexuality and HIV/AIDS 14656 3 R 660
Understanding of factors that contribute to healthy living 14659 2 R1 310
Security, safety and environmental risks in environment 113966 4
Explore and use a variety of strategies to learn 119631 3 R 660
Read/view and respond to a range of text types 119640 4 R1 575
Write/sign for a variety of text types 119636 4
Knowledge of self to understand one’s identity in RSA 14661 2 R 790
Demonstrate knowledge of diversity 14664 2
Plan to manage one’s own time 15091 2 R 390
Work with numbers, operations with numbers and relationships 119362 2 R1 180
Solve data handling and probability problems 119364 3
Objects in terms of shape, space and measurement 119373 3 R 920
Work with measurement in a variety of contexts 7450 1
Engage in basic health promotion 119563 4 R1 050
Use a personal budget to manage own money 119913 2 R 390
Understanding of entrepreneurship and develop entrepreneurship 10006 2 R 260
Identify, analyze and select business opportunities 10007 2 R 390
Write and present a simple plan 10008 4 R 920

 

Further Education and Training Certificate Early Childhood Development Level 4

Subject Title SUBJECT CODE TRAINING DAYS COST
Prepare ECD programmes with support 244472 4 R 740
Prepare resources and setup the environment 244468 3 R 620
Design activities to support the development of babies, toddlers and young children 244485 5 R 990
Develop learning programmes to enhance participation of learners with special needs 13643 4 R 740
Provide care for babies, toddlers and young children 244469 6 R1 230
Support children and adults living with HIV and AIDS 244259 5 R 990
Describe how to manage reactions arising from a traumatic event 114942 1 R 245
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the development of babies, toddlers and young children 244484 5 R 990
Facilitate the holistic development of babies, toddlers and young children 244480 9 R1 970
Observe and report on child development 244480 4 R 740
Conduct a structure meeting 242816 3 R 620
Apply knowledge of statistics and probability 9015 4 R 740
Represent, analyze and calculate shape and motion 9016 2 R 490
Use mathematics to investigate and monitor the financial aspects 7468 4 R 740
Accomodate audience and context needs in oral/signed communication 119472 3 R 620
Interpret and use information from texts 119457 3 R 620
Use language and communication in occupational learning programmes 119457 3 R 620
Write/present/sign texts for a range of communicative concepts 119465 3 R 620
Engage in sustained oral/signed communication and evaluate spoken/signed texts 119462 3 R 620
Read/view, analyze and respond to a variety of texts 119469 3 R 620
Use language and communication in occupational learning programmes 119471 3 R 620
Write/present/sign texts for a range of contexts 119459 3 R 620

 

Higher Certificate Early Childhood Development Level 5

Subject Title SUBJECT CODE TRAINING DAYS COST
Apply workplace communication skills 8647 6 R1 420
Present information in a public setting 13925 3 R 710
Mediate active learning in ECD programmes 13853 21 R5 100
Promote Healthy Development 13854 7 R1 700
Develope and manage the ECD learning programmes 13855 14 R3 400
Facilitating a Life Skills Learning Programme in the Reception Year 13855 7 R1 700
Facilitating a Literacy Learning Programme in the Reception Year 7409 7 R1 700
Facilitating a Literacy Learning Programme in the Reception Year 7410 7 R1 700

 

PAYMENT POLICY

Payment options as stipulated by the College may be considered subject to a credit application and approval.

Amount payable can be deposited at:

ABSATYPE OF ACCOUNTBRANCH CODEACCOUNT NUMBERFAX PROOF OF PAYMENT TO
West Coast CollegeCHEQUE ACCOUNT334 307 or 632 005405 230 0937022 487 3983

Below is a specimen of a deposit slip. In the reference column of the bank deposit, please clearly indicate your ID or Passport number as reference

Deposit Slip example

The final dates for the settlement of class fees are as follows:

  • Year courses: 31 July
  • Semester 1 courses : 30 April
  • Semester 2 courses : 30 September

 

Should a student fail to settle the final balance on or before the above due date, the student will not be entitled to continue with classes.

 

 

CURRENT ALLOCATION UPDATE

  • R 39 788 000.00 allocation through DHET TVET Bursary allocation
  • 100% application to NSFAS.
  • Actual need is in the region of R 52 million.
  • Students will not automatically receive a bursary. If you have applied and qualify for a partial bursary, you family is still liable for payment should your application be accepted.
  • Students who qualify for a bursary but fail to progress to the next level, will not be considered for any financial support by the college. This means that a student’s family will be expected to cover the costs of studies should the student fail the examination and want to continue to study at the college.

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