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Duties of the College Council

The Council of ORBIT TVET College performs all the functions, including the development of a college statute, which are necessary to govern the college, subject to the Continuing Education and Training Act No. 16 of 2006 as  amended by Act 3 of 2012 and any other applicable national or provincial legislation.


 The Council, with the concurrence of the Academic Board -

 • develops a strategic plan for the College

 • determines the language policy of the College, subject to the approval of the Minister; and

 • ensures that the College complies with accreditation requirements necessary to provide learning programmes in terms of standards and      qualifications as registered on the National Qualifications Framework


   The Council, after consultation with the Student Representative Council, provides for a suitable structure to advise on policy for Student Support     Services within the College.


Constitution of the College Council


  The Council consists of -

   • the Principal and Accounting Officer

   • five external persons appointed by the Minister

   • four additional external members with financial, human resources and legal skills

   • one member of the Academic Board elected by the Academic Board

   • one external member representing donors

   • one lecturer of the College, elected by the lecturers of the College

   • one member of the support staff of the College, elected by the support staff and

   • two students of the College, elected by the Student Representative Council    of the College


  Sixty per cent of the members of Council are external persons who are not -

   • students or support staff of the public college

   • employed by the Minister

   • employed by the College