To book a training course or courses, Growers need to phone Petro McAuliffe on 031 508-7706 or send her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The fax number is 086 678 5060.
Just give us sufficient time, like a few weeks before your envisaged date for training. The Centre will make a note of requests and schedule the required courses in the area, and will let you know when and where the training will take place.
The minimum number of learners per course is meant to make sure that offering the course is cost-effective for the STC. Growers may elect to fill each course with their own employees or if fewer employees require training, the Centre will manage the requests and set up a course when sufficient learners from an area are booked on a course.
The workshop skills courses are offered at STC Mtunzini Campus. The minimum number of learners per course is 12. Growers may elect to fill each course with their own employees or if fewer employees require training, the STC will manage the requests and set up a course when sufficient learners can attend.
For Engineering Training please check the Training Schedule to ascertain the times during which the course you want to attend will be offered. The Training Schedule gets updated annually.
must be made in writing, by completing an application form
here. Once we receive your correctly completed form, a quotation will be returned to you giving details of the course(s) booked, commencement date and duration, requirement for accommodation and/or meals and the full cost. This needs to be checked, signed and returned by fax or email with the accompanying order number or proof of deposit.
PLEASE NOTE: Bookings will
NOT be confirmed without the
provision of an order number or
full payment. The only exception is if there is a contract in place.
On the day of the trade test
STC sends results to the SETA and files results and mark sheets in the records room.
The Centre is completely self-contained. Full board and lodging is available for those learners who wish to reside in our residences. Learners should just bring their own towels and toiletries. Casual meals are also available and learners not staying in the residences may book for lunch on a daily basis.
The method of charging for accommodation and meals is different from that for tuition. Accommodation is charged on a daily rate basis, enabling costs saving for learners who wish to return home during the weekends. Meals are charged on a per meal basis. Meals are available for all learners and the requirement needs to be included on the enrolment form. Cultural and Religious dietary requirements are met by our caterers. The particular requirements for learners requiring accommodation and/or meals need to be completed on the application form.
There are three categories of accommodation and is allocated on a first come first served basis after payment has been received.
A – Rate Room: Single room with en suite shower and toilet – R 200 per night
B – Rate Room: Single Room with common ablutions – R150 per night
C – Rate Room: Double room sharing, with common ablutions – R130 per night