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George Campus

The George College was established as a part-time institution and started offering classes for the first time in January 1968. In 1976 the first full-time Principal took office and the first full-time students were enrolled. In 1987 the College moved to its current premises in Hibernia Street and in 1996 a new wing, comprising eight new classrooms, a new administration block and an ablution block was added.

The Campus operation offers full-time tuition and has established an excellent reputation, locally and nationally. A recent survey has also shown that most students have secured employment within a year of qualifying.

South Cape TVET College, George Campus envisages becoming a world-class educational institution in the near future.

Courses are adapted accordingly to be relevant and include external practical experiential learning within business and industry.

Hostel Accommodation is available for female students meeting the criteria.

Programmes offered at George Campus

  • Office Administration (Level 2 – 4);
  • Safety in Society (Level 2 – 4); and
  • Demand led courses that are financially viable to run or funded by external Government run institutions.
More information

Ms Vernalda Bonita Hartnick: Acting Campus Head: George

Vernalda was appointed as the Acting Campus Head of George Campus in 2017.  Her responsibility is to liaise with SMT, facilitate Teaching and Learning and communicate amongst all staff and students.

She has been in the Education sector since 1993, started as a teacher, teaching the FET (Grade 10 – 12) phase. Her experience has enabled her to be able to manage the implementation of Teaching and Learning processes, procedures and policies.

Vernalda is a keen reader and enjoys spending time with her family and friends.

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