Organisation : Elsenburg Agricultural Training Institute (EATI), South Africa
Announcement : Cape Institute For Agricultural Training Elsenburg Exam Results
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Website : elsenburg.com
EATI Exam Results
Cape Institute For Agricultural Training Elsenburg Exam Results
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Information at a Glance
Tel: +27 21 808 7700
Fax: +27 86 687 9255
Elsenburg Agricultural Training Institute was established in 1898 and was the first centre for agricultural training in Africa. In the Republic of South Africa, the Institute has secured an eminent track record in agriculture and especially in the field of agricultural training.
At present, training programmes are offered at Higher Education and Training (HET) and Further Education and Training (FET) level.
The following qualifications can be obtained:
** B.Agric degree (M +3 years)
** Higher Certificate in Agriculture (M + 2 years)
** Diploma in Agriculture (1 year – 2-year Higher Certificate as prerequisite )
** Diploma in Extension (1 year– 2-year Higher Certificate as prerequisite)
** Diploma in Cellar Technology (1 year– 2-year Higher Certificate as prerequisite)
** Equine Studies (M + 2 years)
** Non accredited short courses
** Learnerships (Minimum of 10 months)
The above-mentioned training is based on farming enterprises and demands, with the main focus on the Agricultural commodities of the Western Cape.
Further Education and Training (FET):
The learnership offered at Elsenburg Agricultural Training Institute is a learning programme registered by AgriSETA and accredited by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). The programme empowers the student with an occupational qualification and the approach includes classroom-based theoretical learning, practical and workplace experience.
Elsenburg Agricultural Training Institute also provides short courses for commercial farmers, emerging farmers, land reform beneficiaries and all agricultural interested parties. Short courses are presented on farms, in rural communities, at the FET decentralised training centres based in George, Oudtshoorn, Bredasdorp, Clanwilliam and Elsenburg.
Higher Education Training (HET):
The major subjects for the B.Agric degree are: Pastures, Animal Production (Small stock), Animal Production (Large stock), Vegetable Cultivation, Cellar Management, Pomology, Agricultural Extension, Viticulture, and Oenology. A choice of any two of these subjects must be completed as majors, supplemented by prescribed compulsory subjects.
The Higher Certificate in Agriculture is a two-year course specialising in one of seven programme options: Animal production & Vegetable production/Agronomy; Pomology & Viticulture; Agricultural Extension & Animal production/Agronomy; Vegetables/Viticulture/Pomology.
An objective is to maintain a healthy balance between theory and practice and practicing the philosophy of “Training by doing” is an important feature during practical sessions. Close collaboration with researchers from the Department of Agriculture and commercial farmers is a special supporting feature, enhancing the standard of tuition.
Diploma in Agriculture: Cellar Technology
Training in Cellar Technology is very popular, with 85% of the wine-makers in the Western Cape having acquired their qualifications at Elsenburg. The practical training provided is unique and past students leave the Institute as professional and proficient wine-makers with expertise on a commercial scale. This is a modular programme aimed at training candidates as wine-makers.
Admission requirements: Higher Certificate with Oenology as a major subject (NQF 5). B. Agric with Oenology up to second year level.
Diploma in Agriculture:
Modular experience teaching programme regarding the Production field, Agricultural Management and Natural Resource Management.
Admission requirements: Higher Certificate in Agriculture (NQF 5)
Diploma in Agricultural Extension:
Modular experience teaching programme dealing with various aspects of Agricultural Extension Science, supplemented by assignments.
Admission requirements: Higher Certificate in Agriculture (NQF 5) or an equivalent qualification. Also suitable for extension officers in disciplines other than agriculture, e.g.. nature conservation, health, social services, etc.
Equine Studies follows the EQASA qualification (Equine Qualifications Authority of SA). Modules 1-3 are studies in the first year and modules 4 & 5 in the second year. The first three modules cover all aspects of horse care and stable yard management. A successful learner at module 3 will be qualified to run a stable yard.
The equine studies Stable Yard Skills and competency Certificates stage introduces an individual who is new to the industry the very basics of horse care and handling as well as an introduction to horse behaviour.