The Motheo Technical Vocational and Education and Training College was formally established by the Department of Education: Free State, on 1 April 2002 as part of the rationalisation of the technical college sector from an original 152 colleges into 50 mega institutions, forming the nucleus of the new Technical Vocational and Education and Training Sector. Motheo TVET College was constituted from the merger of the former Bloemfontein, Hillside View and Thaba Nchu technical colleges and the Kagisanong College of Education.
Bloemfontein College was a state-aided college; Hillside View College and Kagisanong College were state colleges, and The Thaba Nchu College a manpower Campus in the former Bophuthatswana. The merger thus brought together four institutions with diverse backgrounds and ethos. Today the college is one of only 50 public TVET colleges in the country Read More...
Below is a list of our latest announcements for students.
To: NATED STUDENTS, Bloemfontein campus Tuesday 17 May - final exam commences Check the time tables displayed on campus for dates of subjects. Your final year marks are on the Student Portal. Report problems to your HOD. COLLECT EXAM ADMISSION PERMIT at your faculty, before first paper.
Today we are at NCU TVET College,Phatsimang Campus, for the two day Heritage Career Expo. The purpose of this Career Expo is to showcase careers in Arts and also exposing learners to qualifications we offer as Post Education and Training Institutions.
Congratulations to 2022 Staff Awards winners. Indeed hard work pays. Thank you Studenthub for your generous donation. Enjoy your smart TV Colleagues.
Second semester online applications 23 - 27 May 2022
We hosted DHET officials and both TVET and Private Colleges in the Province for a 3 day Training Workshop. The purpose of the workshop is to train invigilators on ICASS (Internal Continuous Assessment) and the advocacy for the New Examination and Assessment Policy.