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The Northern Cape Urban TVET College registered a total number of 3 275 students at the Phatsimang, City and Moremogolo Campuses. Applications & Registrations took place at Phatsimang Campus from the 12th of January 2022 until the 31st of January 2022. Students were inducted at their respective campuses on 24 - 27 January 2022. The college held a fruit fest to welcome the students on 31st January 2022.


The Northern Cape Urban TVET College in partnership with Higher Health, the Department of health, Lifeline NC, Love Life NC, ABSA, and HCT Mobile held an STI and HIV awareness campaign on 21 February 2022 until 11 March 2022 at City, Moremogolo and Phatsimang Campuses. The stakeholders brought health services to the students, such as HIV and STI testing, pregnancy tests, and demonstrations on safe condom usage. Students were encouraged to participate in these programmes and make use of the services made available to them.


The Northern Cape Urban TVET College held a three-day Peer Educator Training for senior students on 11-13 February 2022 at Jan Kempdorp. The training was facilitated by the college campus coordinator, Lillian Mawaza, and two officials from the South African Red Cross Society, Potlaki Khasite and Mojalefa Mogorosi. The Facilitators and Peer educators engaged each other on social issues such as Gender Based Violence, Sexually Transmitted Infections, substance abuse, mental health and trauma, HIV, TB and Covid 19. The Peer Educators were also trained how to create platforms where they can have dialogues with their fellow students on the various social issues that affect students. One of the facilitators urged the peer educators to be welcoming and friendly so that they can be approachable when a student needs to reach out to them for help.


The Student Representative Council elections took place on 16 February 2022 at the Moremogolo, Phatsimang, and City Campuses. The newly elected NCUTVET College SRC 2022 attended a capacity building workshop on 25 - 26 February 2022 in Hartswater. The purpose of the training is to prepare them as they assume their various portfolios to serve their constituencies upholding the vision, mission, and values of NCUTVET College. The College Deputy Principal Academics, Ms. Musi, welcomed the students and gave an overview on the college, which included the college plans, programmes, certification rate of the college, and identification of low performing subjects. The training was facilitated by the Student Support Services Manager, Mr. Lecholo, and he covered topics on leadership, NSFAS, and the duties of various portfolios within the SRC.