Besek College is a private combined school located at 1 Simpson Street/97 Victoria Street, Germiston Cbd, Germiston, Gauteng Province, South Africa. The school’s EMIS number is 700400683.
Besek College (PTY) LTD is a private institution registered in terms of the Gauteng Provincial Regulation No 248 of 2004, and Further Education and Training Colleges Act (31(3) of 2006).
It was established in 2002 as an inclusive and diversity college, to offer accessible education for all. In the South African context, Besek College is entirely owned by previously disadvantaged individuals.
Besek College and its programmes are accredited and quality assured by the Gauteng Provincial Department of Education for Primary and High School Education.
Our programmes are SAQA registered and are aligned to the National Qualification Framework (NQF) from Level 3 to Level 5, are accredited by MICT-Seta, FASSET, and the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers (ICB). These programmes cover the following fields: Information Technology, Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Human Resources Practices.
In 2007 Besek College received Provisional Accreditation from MICT-Seta. In 2008, a full Institutional Accreditation was granted to Besek College after complying with the relevant requirements. In 2008, the college received a Provisional Registration status from the Department of Higher Education.
Besek College has gathered broad experience in working with a wide range of learners over the past eleven (11) years in delivering a range of professional education programmes.
In the last eleven (11) years period, Besek College has successfully delivered tuition and academic support to over 1500 learners.
In delivering these professional education programmes to both the public and private sectors, the college continues to standardize its intellectual, academic and infrastructural capacity.
Besek College has the necessary expertise in the designing of high quality and relevant course materials, as required by the relevant ETQAs. Our teaching and learning strategies facilitate the transfer of knowledge from the trainers, teachers etc to our learners, both employed and unemployed.