About Us

Established
1 April 2015

Under the auspices of the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET)

Vision

A community college that provides diverse programmes to individuals and communities.

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Mission

Our mission is to provide relevant skills through formal and non-formal programmes for the local and broader economy and for advancement of our communities.

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Values

  • Integrity: uphold ethical practices
  • Professionalism: uphold responsibility and accountability in all our endeavours
  • Ubuntu: respect for humanity
  • Dedication: to ensure commitment to service
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Strategic Focus

The College have 228 Satellite Centres attached to the Centres.

The strategic focus of the College in the next five years is increase annual enrolments targets in the following programmes, AET Level 1-3, AET Level 4, NQF level 4, occupations, and entrepreneurship programmes. The College in increasing its targets would be achieving the notion of expanded access and opportunities.

The Limpopo Community Education and Training College (LCETC)

The college came into existence through having consultation with public adult learning centres by the Minister of Higher Education and Training in 1 April 2015.

Addressing and targeting people and communities

Nurture the culture of lifelong learning

Establishing a community education and training college from 1 April 2015 was in terms of section 3(1)(b)] and in accordance with section 6(1) and 6(5) of the Continuing Education and Training Act, 2006 (Act No. 16 of 2006). Since its establishment, LCETC seeks to address and targets people and communities who may be falling under classification of Not in Education, Employment and Training. In addressing their needs, LCETC sees to nurture the culture of lifelong learning and empower communities through offering skills inclusive of literacy, numeracy, entrepreneurship and vocational competence.

To pursue these, the College will focus on

  • Opening opportunities for teaching and learning in various communities
  • Community education and training driven by needs of various community stakeholders
  • Offer various programme qualifications mix for the empowerment of communities
  • Quality teaching and learning and occupational skills offering
  • Addressing social injustice of the past and encourage community social cohesion
  • Offer programmes and qualification which responds to economic needs, market forces and communities priorities

Management of the College

Dr AC Tshivhase

Principal/Chief Executive Officer/President

It gives me warm-hearted pleasure to welcome you to Limpopo Community Education and Training College (LCETC). In pursuit of the Post School Education and Training sector, it will be critical that we aim to achieve offering expanded access to Community Education and Training (CET) opportunities, improve on quality of provision in our programmes, responsive to the needs of our communities, ensure efficiency and success and improve business operations of the College.

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Some of our Centres operate in areas where there is deep poverty, and the College should contribute to effeorts by various stakeholders to alleciate poverty is such communities. Thus, we should be relevant through the programmes we offer to various population in the Not In Education, Employment and Training (NEET) sector. These we need to do in the confienes of continuing to offer literacy and numeracy to the coommunities. As a Colllege we exits in the context of high unemployment rate in our country and we could not be obscured to this reality. Thus, we will continue to deliver and make a contribution to ensuring skilled labour for the labour and empower communities through skills programme. It is this vain, that we also support development of entrepreneurship to alleviate vicious cycle of poverty. In all our programmes delivery we should not lose sight of making a massive contribution to employment creation, innovation, poverty reduction and alleviation, social cohesion and deal with issue environment conservation.

 

I conclude by making an appeal to the College community, various stakeholders and partners to come and join the Council and management team to drive the strategic objectives of the institution. Welcome, and join us as we develop and continuously review that the community education and training system continue to perform optimally.

Dr NJ Maliavusa

Deputy Principal: Academic Services

It is with great pleasure that I welcome you at this emerging site of the Limpopo Community Education and Training College (LCETC) in my capacity as a Deputy Principal Academics.  Instead of taking you on what the academic unit does at the college, I have rather decided to share some of the progress the unit made this far in curriculum offering at the college. I will also include and some of the ambitions that myself and fellow colleagues, who are curriculum experts in the College and at Regional office intend to make with respect to curriculum development at the College.

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First and foremost, we strived, as unit, to fulfil our primary mandate, as the Community Education and Training College (CETC), of eradicating the level of illiteracy amongst the youth and adults after taking on the baton passed on by the Department of Basic Education during the function shift in 2015. Through the effort of the unit the college still managed to enrol, annually, for over 15 000 young adult for the General Education and Training certificate for Adult Basic Education and Training (GETC-ABET) since 2016.

 

As intended by the White Paper on Post-School Education and Training (2013), we also managed to introduce and offer variety of academic and skills programmes since 2017. These amongst others included the Senior Certificate programme, food processing, pottery and decoration as part of the short skills programmes.

 

We also strived, as a unit, to introduce more of programmes that will open doors for students to ventures in different workplaces, including furthering their studies in different institutions of higher learning. We currently venture into electronics and construction, which will include electrical engineering, glazing, plumbing as part of our short skills programmes pilot in some of our main centres.

 

We will constantly review our curriculum practices to ensure that we are following the most updated and best practices, meeting all regulations, and addressing the future needs of our students.

Mrs VS Machaka

Deputy Principal: Corporate Services

The unit is focused on delivery of services in areas of human resources and strategic direction of the College. It is critical that this unit coordinate and drives the preparation of the annual review of the strategic plan and annual operation plan. In order to achieve this, the unit is driven by encouraging and building of organisation climate which drives the College to perform at optimal level. The various policies and procedures developed at Head Office relating to the entire human resource management are implemented.

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Thus, the unit will monitor and evaluate the implementation of best practice policies, procedures.  Therefore, the internal control systems for effective corporate management and governance are maintained. The unit further assist in the management of the registration process at the College, through coordinating the compilation and implementation of all student administration policies and procedures at the College.  At the ultimate end, the Unit verifies the validity and reliability of registration documentation and all EMIS data and reports.  In conclusion, the unit is responsible for IT and information solutions to meet the College strategic and operational needs.

Mr OM Phasha

Deputy Principal: Finance

Deputy Principal Finance is the head of the financial services section. He is providing strategic leadership of the section. The financial service section is responsible for the execution of the following functions in the College:

  • Budgeting and Reporting.
  • Expenditure and Revenue Management.
  • Supply Chain Management.
  • Assets Management.

Council

The Limpopo CET College Council members

NO TITLE SURNAME INITIALS STATUS EXPERTISE
1 Dr Mulaudzi L Chairperson Education management
2 Mr Mabotja LM Deputy Chairperson Legal
3 Dr Tshivhase AC Secretary
4 Mr Rangiah RU Member Community development
5 Ms Mojapelo AMA Member Psychological services
6 Mr Molabe PM Member Human resources
7 Mr Baloyi KJ Member Donors
8 Mr Mphahlele SE Member Business administration
9 Mr Madavha A Member Education
10 Mr Makamu MP Member Education
11 Ms Shibisi NP Member Administration
12 Ms Ndlhovu KM Member Student governance
13 Mr Makofane KR Member Student governance
14 Vacant Finance
15 Vacant Audit
16 Vacant Risk management

Academic Board

The composition of Limpopo CET College Academic Board is as follows

NO NAME DESIGNATION CENTRE
1 Tshivhase AC Principal: Chairperson Central Office
2 Maliavusa NJ DP: Academic Central Office
3 Baloyi KJ Council Member Mokopane
4 Mphahlele SE Council Member Polokwane
5 Ndhlovu KM SRC President Litshovu
6 Makofane KR SRC Deputy President Kgautswane
7 Madavha A Lecturer Dzumbathoho
8 Mothiba GSL Lecturer Mamahlo
9 Mannya SA Lecturer Correctional
10 Mmako TJ Lecturer Makgwading
11 Makamu MP Lecturer Makahlule
12 Murei SO Lecturer Makwarela
13 Mahloromela JM Lecturer Khujwana
14 Molewa MM Lecturer Mabjeakgoro
15 Sambo MV Lecturer Samson Shiviti
16 Motswana MF Lecturer Ikageng
17 Murudi JP Lecturer Kgautswana
18 Mawela SP Lecturer Makgane
19 Makgato MM Lecturer Baphoting
20 Baloyi RJ Lecturer Phagameng
21 Sekokola NJ Lecturer Mapela

Students’ Representative Council

NO NAME DESIGNATION CENTRE DISTRICT
1 Ndhlovu KM Chairperson Litshovu Vhembe
2 Makofane KR Dep. Chairperson Kgautswane Sekhukhune
3 Kgotiang TM Secretary Seshego Capricorn
4 Masekwameng KD Deputy Secretary Raphela Waterberg
5 Bila TB Treasurer Samson Shiviti Mopani
6 Mabeba SC Additional Member Lephalala Capricorn
7 Khosa FS Additional Member Mulweli Vhembe
8 Maphari PP Additional Member Maraxwe Vhembe
9 Setsiba P Additional Member Mageme Waterberg
10 Pholoane SB Additional Member Magakala Sekhukhune
11 Ndhlovu CM Additional Member St Patrick Mathibela Mopani
12 Mogashoa RR Additional Member Sekhukhune Sekhukhune