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The Academic Division is headed by Mr D Mokoena who is the Deputy Principal: Academic Affairs. The Deputy Principal: Academic is assisted by his team as follows:

Ms K Kuhn: Centre for Academic Development Director
Mr P Popela: Head of School for Engineering Technology
Mr J Sibeko: Head of School for Enterprise and Business Development
Ms K Goronyane-Yusuff: Head of School for Health & Human Services

COURSE FOCUS

CJC is a public Further Education and Training College that offers a wide range of qualifications, from NQF Level 2 to NQF Level 4 – from National Technical Education (NATED) programmes to the new and exciting National Certificate (Vocational) [NC(V)] to Skills courses and Learnerships. There are over fifty-six full time study opportunities, in four Schools, from which a student can choose. Prospective students also have an opportunity to study on a part time basis in some of these programmes.

The CJC scope of curriculum currently operates through the following five dynamic Schools at respective campuses and sites:

(a) The School for Enterprise and Business Development (EBD)

The School operates from Parktown campus and its mandate is to lead in the creation and facilitation of business incubation units and new venture creation projects. This is led by its students and alumni in partnership with service and production students from other CJC schools.

(b) The School for Engineering Technology (ET)

Engineering Technology programmes are offered at Ellis Park and Alexandra campuses and this School is linked to Alexandra’s Motsweding Training Centre. It leads in the consolidation and realisation of plans for the expansion of the construction and manufacturing incubation units.

(c) The School for Health and Human Services (HHS)

Its mandate is to consolidate Hospitality and Tourism through National Certificate (Vocational) NC(V) qualifications and reconfigure the rest of former Report 191 (NATED) programmes into vibrant beauty and care as well as sports and creative industries. These programmes are offered at Riverlea, Smit and Crown Mines sites as well as Alexandra campus respectively.

(d) The School for Information Communication Technology (ICT)

The School consolidates the curriculum and expand it in areas of Telecommunications. ICT programmes are offered at Langlaagte site.

The Skills development programmess especially in ICT as well as the activities of the e-learning and technology innovation are available at Troyeville ICT Learning Resource Centre.

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