Electrical Engineers study the uses of electricity and equipment for power generation and distribution. This dynamic field involves the design of electronic circuits and the development of systems such as aircraft autopilots and state-of-the-art computers.
By Ashmika Chottu Central Technical College Durban has relocated and upgraded to a twenty-first century educational facility situated on Durban’s popular Pixley Ka Seme Street recently. Boasting a brand new and improved open plan design which allows for quick and easy movement between lecture venues, the new campus has been the talk of the town. […]
It is vital for us to want to find your purpose in life and to reach a level of professional success or career growth That desire motivates us to create goals that will empower us to have more prospects in various industries. However, the reality is that we don’t always produce the excellent results that […]
Finding the right accommodation as a student can be an expensive and tiresome task. This can be especially challenging when moving to a new city. Central Technical College, therefore, understands that finding affordable accommodation for students can be difficult especially trying to navigate this as a new first-year student. It is for this reason, Central […]
Quality, affordability and more intimate classes can be expected if you study at private college Central Technical College. Central Technical College is a private higher learning institution that cares about producing students who are able to go out into the workforce and be successful. There are many advantages of studying at Central Technical College and […]
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The engineering landscape in South Africa is in urgent need of new and innovative minds. Are you one of them?
NSF will continue to invest in TVET colleges, focusing on funding around 15 000 learners each year in programmes linked to scarce and critical skills areas.
Educor Holdings made academic history on the 11th May as over 100 stakeholders, press and regulatory bodies descended at Educor House in Pinetown…