Graduate Development and Support

The Graduate Development Support Department focuses specifically on the following programmes:
 

Bursaries:
Funding for bursaries is offered through private and public entities to learners studying at any public institution of higher learning. Only South African Citizens can apply.

Internships:

Funding is offered through private and public entities to learners (either from a TVET College or University) that have completed their qualifications, in need of work experience.

Candidacy:
The CETA takes candidates through a 3 year programme which will assist them in attaining their professional registrations in the Build Environment Sector.

Higher Education Institution (HEI/HET) Students Placements:
This programme enhances theory training by offering the practical experience for University/University of Technology for a period of 12 months within the construction sector.

Technical, Vocational, Education and Training (TVET) Students Placements:
This programme enhances theory training by offering the practical experience for TVET College’s for a period of 12 months within the construction sector.

Work Integrated Learning (WIL):
Work integrated learning is an essential part of training and development. The practical experience allows the learner to become skilled, knowledgeable, ethical and confident through the skills acquired, before they graduate from the HET and TVET institutions. The opportunity allows for greater development within the learners chosen field of interest, whether that is building construction, built environment professions, material manufacturing, electrical and Roads and Civil construction.
 

Senior Projects Manager: Graduate Support Development

Mr Masixole Sintu

Tel: 011 265 5902

Cell: 071 371 2551

Email: MasixoleS@ceta.co.za

 


 

Latest Updates

Construction SETA Stakeholder Webinar - 30 July 2020

31 Jul

CETA Webinar

24 Jul

Extension for submission of WSP and ATR to 31 July 2020.

10 Jul

Construction Education and Training Authority takes precautions as employee tests positive for COVID-19

30 Jun