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The purpose of the introduction of the FET (Further Education and Training) curriculum is to produce workers with knowledge and skills applicable to today's fast changing world.
There are many differences between the "old schooling system" that parents are familiar with from their own school days, and the FET band, of which the following can be highlighted:

  • A new system of categorizing qualifications (NQF)
  • Levels of Achievement
  • Requirements to progress
  • Learning fields and subjects

The NQF (National Qualifications Framework)

Academic qualifications will be categorized according to the framework below:

NQF Level Higher Education Qualification
2-3 Gr 10 and Gr 11
4 National Senior Certificate (Gr 12)
5 Higher Certificate
6 Diploma / Advanced Certificate
7 Bachelors Degree / Advanced Diploma
8 Honours Degree / Post-graduate Diploma
9 Masters Degree
10 Doctoral Degree

Levels of Achievement

Level Description %
7 Outstanding Achievement 80 - 100
6 Meritorious Achievement 70 - 79
5 Substantial Achievement 60 - 69
4 Adequate Achievement 50 - 59
3 Moderate Achievement 40 - 49
2 Elementary Achievement 30 - 39
1 Not Achieved 0 - 29

Requirements to progress:

The minimum requirements to progress to the next grade (from grade 10 onwards) are:
The learner

  1. must obtain at least 40% (level 3) in their Home Language (Main Language)
  2. must obtain at least 40% (level 3) in TWO other subjects
  3. must obtain at least 30% (level 2) in THREE other subjects
  4. may obtain less than 30% (level 2) in ONE subject, but a complete portfolio must be submitted as proof of work

Changing of subjects from Gr 10 - 12:

Officially, the Department of Education (DOE) allows for:

  • One or more subject change/s in Grade 10
  • One subject change in Grade 11 or Grade 12, if the school deems it in the best interest of the learner to change a subject. However, a Gr 11/12 subject change needs to be approved by the school and by the Head of Department of the district or his/her delegate.

When a learner changes a subject they might have to:

  • Catch up on subject content missed
  • Catch up any tasks already done by the rest of the class needed for CASS (portfolio).

It is therefore better to avoid a situation where changes are needed during Gr. 10, 11 or 12.

Learning fields and subjects:

Subjects are grouped into learning fields. There is no Higher Grade or Standard Grade, subjects are offered at one level only.

Learning Field Subjects offered at DHS Subject code
Languages English (Home Language) ENGHL
Afrikaans (First Additional Language) AFRFA
isiZulu (First Additional Language) ZULFA
Human and Social Sciences Geography GEOG
Life Orientation LIFE
Arts and Culture Visual Arts VSLA
Services Consumer Studies CNST
Tourism TRSM
Business, Commerce and Management Studies Accounting ACCN
Business Studies BSTD
Economics ECON
Engineering and Technology Engineering Graphics and Design GRDS
Mechanical Technology MCHT
Physical, Mathematical, Computer and Life Sciences Physical Sciences PHSC
Life Sciences LFSC
Mathematics MATH
Mathematical Literacy MLIT
Computer Applications Technology CATN

A brief overview of the choice subjects offered at Dundee High School:

SUBJECT MATH (Mathematics)
DESCRIPTION Mathematics is based on observations which, with rigorous thinking, lead to theories abstract in nature. MATH enables creative and logical thinking about problems in the real world. It is a discipline in its own right and requires acquisition of knowledge, without necessarily having applications in real life. In MATH competence in investigating, generalizing and proving is more important than acquiring knowledge. It is an important tool for creating, expressing and exploring theoretical aspects of the sciences.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES It is essential for any learner who wishes to pursue a career in Physical, Mathematical, Computer, Earth, Space and Environmental Sciences, Technology, Economic and Management Sciences, Health Sciences and all the engineering disciplines.

SUBJECT MLIT (Mathematical Literacy)
DESCRIPTION Mathematical Literacy provides an awareness and understanding of the role of mathematics in the real world. It gives learners the ability and confidence to think numerically and spatially. It provides learners with opportunities to engage in real life problems in different contexts, and will result in the ability to understand mathematical terminology and information given on graphs, tables or diagrams.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Learners will be able to handle mathematics that affect their lives and thus be prepared for the real world.

SUBJECT CNST (Consumer Studies)
DESCRIPTION CNST is a combination of Home Economics, Needlework, Consumer Studies and Interior Design. It embraces three areas, namely Food and Nutrition, Clothing and Housing and Furnishing. It has a practical component on one of the above three, with Food and Nutrition the best suited to the facilities available at DHS. CNST focuses on enabling learners to become responsible and informed consumers of food, clothing, housing, furnishings and household equipment, and to use resources optimally and in a sustainable manner.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Production and Marketing, Textiles, Interior design, Hotel Industry,  Catering and Tourism, Education, Consumer Board as well as entrepreneurial ventures related to food, clothing and furnishing.

SUBJECT BSTD (Business Studies)
DESCRIPTION In Business Studies  learners will:
  • Develop business plans  and transform them into action plans
  • Differentiate between management and leadership styles and approaches
  • Apply conflict management strategies
  • Gain knowledge of all Acts concerning employees
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Business Economists are employed in:
  • Banks
  • Financial journals and newspapers
  • Trade Unions, Political Parties and Employer Organisations
  • Management and Economic Consultancies
  • Education
  • Own business (entrepreneurship)

SUBJECT CATN (Computer Assisted Technology)
DESCRIPTION Computer Assisted Technology combines both Computer Typing and ICDL. In CATN learners are taught the basic components and working of a computer. Learners are taught how to use all the packages in the MS Office suit, such as PowerPoint, Excel, Word, Access and Publisher. They also learn how to identify types of computers, hardware and components, software, internet security and netiquette.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES CATN is useful in all careers as it teaches computer literacy and application.

SUBJECT PHSC (Physical Sciences)
DESCRIPTION Physical Sciences will provide learners with the knowledge of scientific laws and principles through theory and practical experiments. It covers both Physics (Mechanics; Waves, Sound and Light; Electricity and Magnetism) as well as Chemistry (Matter and Materials; Chemical Change; Chemical Systems).
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES All Mathematical, Medical, Engineering, Chemical and / or  Scientific disciplines require PHSC.

SUBJECT GRDS (Engineering, Graphics and Design)
DESCRIPTION GRED is closely related to Technical Drawing, and integrates the cognitive and manipulative skills that are used to design and communicate graphically.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Civil and Mechanical Engineering, Architecture and trades such as Draughting, Landscaping, Interior Design and Graphical Design

SUBJECT LFSC (Life Sciences)
DESCRIPTION Life Sciences will equip learners who want to pursue careers in science or healing (nursing, medicine, medical research, food technology etc.). It covers Human Physiology and diseases; Evolution; Tissues, cells and molecular studies; Structures and processes in basic life systems as well as Environmental studies.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES All medical disciplines, including nursing, dentistry, medical research, food technology, marine biology as well as game ranging.

SUBJECT ECON (Economics)
DESCRIPTION Economics provides a broad understanding of the economic environment in which we live and work. Learners will study  the following:
  • Circular flow
  • Business cycles and forecasting
  • Micro-economics - supply and demand
  • SA import and export strategies
  • Inflation, unemployment, distribution of wealth and growth
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Economists are employed in:
  • Actuarial work
  • Banking and financial institutions
  • Brokers and Investment Firms
  • Labour and Industrial relations
  • Law market research
  • Education

DESCRIPTION TRSM is the study of tourism as a dynamic industry. It is a wide field of study, which can be divided in seven sectors, namely Economics, Accommodation, Transport, Travel, Attractions,
Co-ordinators as well as Industrial, Commercial and Destination Organization. The knowledge, skills and values taught prepares the learner for the world as workplace and learners are equipped to identify entrepreneurial opportunities.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Hotel Management, Tour Guides, Lodge Management, Game Ranging, Tour Organizers etc.

SUBJECT MCHT (Mechanical Technology)
DESCRIPTION MCHT is a combination of Fitting and Turning, Metalwork, Motor Mechanics and Welding Works. It is a technological subject which focuses on processes from conceptual design to practical concept solving and the application of scientific principles.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Mechanical Engineering, Design, Environmental Engineering, Project Management, metallurgical Engineering, Aircraft technician, Automotive Mechanic, Boilermaker / Fitter & Turner, Earth- moving Equipment manager and careers within Metal Engineering.

SUBJECT GEOG (Geography)
DESCRIPTION Geography provides practical and theoretical skills for the learner who wants to pursue a career in environmental sciences. It covers Map Work, Weather and Climate, People and Economies, Ecosystems, Archaeology, Geology as well as Town and Regional Planning.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Four basic career directions include
  • Geology
  • Geography / Archaeology
  • Climatology
  • City / Town / Regional Planning

SUBJECT ACCN (Accountancy)
DESCRIPTION In Accountancy, learners will develop a basic financial literacy, and will be able to record, understand and interpret financial transactions and financial statements. The curriculum covers Financial Information, Management Accounting as well as tools to assist in managing resources in business.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Accountant, Financial Information Systems and Services, Auditing, General Administration.

SUBJECT VSLA (Visual Arts)
DESCRIPTION Visual Arts provides a broad background on various techniques in art and a basic overview of the history of art, so that learners develop their individual artistic potential. The curriculum covers Art History, Art Research, Personal Style Development as well as the use of different materials and techniques.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Art, Graphic Design, Fashion Design, Film and Video Technology, Interior Design, Stage design, Jewellery Design

HOW DO I MAKE MY SUBJECT CHOICES? (Seven steps to success):

STEP 1: Answer some basic questions (the "backward" process):

  • What do I want to become?
  • Do I want to study further?
  • Where do I want to study?

STEP 2: Aptitude testing:
If you are unsure about your future career, you might want to consider an
aptitude test, either by doing a simple "do-it-yourself" test, or by writing a comprehensive professional aptitude test.

  • What are your abilities, skills, talents and values?
  • What are your personality traits?
  • What are your hopes, dreams and ambitions?
  • What are your interests?
  • What subjects are enjoyable and are you good at?
  • Do you want to study further?
  • Do the PACE computer test for aptitude available in the computer centre at school
  • Do the Career Field Questionnaire (Available from Mrs Haschke)
  • Be realistic
  • PROFESSIONAL TESTING: There are many centres countrywide that offer career / aptitude testing. Although this might be costly, it provides valuable information regarding subject choices and future career options:
  • Human Progress Management
Elize Koen, Dr. Willie Koen (snr), Willie Koen (jnr)
Web www.hpm.co.za
Tel (017) 712 3810 or 0823774052
Fax (017) 712 3810
Email willie.koen@vodamail.co.za
  • Chowles Consultants CC trading as The Career Centre
Ben Chowles BA, HDE, B.Ed (Psych) UOVS, MDP (UNISA), Registered Psychometrist
Add P.O. Box 20015, Newcastle, 2940
Tel / Fax (034) 312 1555 or 083 656 1535
Email ben@newcastle.co.za
  • Crelate Consultants
Dr Stephan Vosloo MBChB. DOH
Add P.O. Box 886, Ladysmith, 3370
Tel 082 940 9280
Fax (036) 6311612
Email vosloo3@telkomsa.net
  • Dr. Anand Ramphal (Educational Psychologist)
BA (Hons), M.Ed, EdD, AIE (Univ. London)
Add 5 Rathgar Grove, Reservoir Hills, Westville
Tel / Fax (031) 2621863

STEP 3: Am I in the correct school?

  • Academic School: Dundee High School is classified as an Academic School which offers academic subjects. Many of these subjects have practical components, but emphasis is placed on theory. Learners can enter the world of work, but also have the option of entering further studies if their academic results are good enough. 
  • FET College: FET Colleges offer courses (Gr 10 - 12) that are generally more practical and career orientated. Learners in a FET College complete a NC (National Certificate) which is focused more on the industry. Learners can enter the world of work immediately after completing their schooling. FET colleges offer a wide variety of courses, including Office Administration, Marketing, Accounting, Building and Construction, Engineering, IT, Agriculture, Beauty, Motor Mechanics etc. Visit www.fetcolleges.co.za for more information. Local FET Colleges include MAJUBA FET with branches in Dundee and Newcastle (034) 329 1184, MTHASHANA FET in Vryheid (034) 980 1010 and MNAMBITHI FET in Ladysmith (036) 638 3800. It is important for parents to know that your children will be treated as "students" - and these colleges will expect the student to take responsibility for class attendance and studies. 

STEP 4: Do I want to study further? If yes, where do I want to study?
(See end of page for list of different institutions)

  • University - Offers a degree course; mainly academic training
  • University of Technology (Technikon) - Offers certificates, diplomas and degrees of technology ; Practically minded; career orientated
  • Comprehensive University - Combination of university and technikon, offers diploma and degree courses.
  • Other institutions  (i.e. diploma from INTEC, Damelin, Beauty School  etc.)
  • No studies (entrepreneur, family business, apprenticeship, sales)

STEP 5: Be aware of the institution requirements for further study:

  • Admissions Point Score (APS) - a minimum APS score will be required for entry at University
  • (NB: Obtaining the minimum score does NOT secure entry - remember you are competing for a certain amount of places - you must exceed the minimum score!)

To qualify for entry to a diploma course:

  • Pass NSC (Gr 12)
  • Obtain a minimum rating of 3 (40 - 49%) in four subjects
  • Institution requirements

To qualify for entry to a degree course:

  • Pass NSC (Gr 12)
  • Obtain a minimum rating of 4 (50 - 59%) in four subjects from designated list
  • Institution requirements
8 90 - 100
7 80 - 90
6 70 - 79
5 60 - 69
4 50 - 59
3 40 - 49
2 30 - 39
1 0 - 29
  • Must choose subjects appropriate to studies (as many as possible). Contact institution of further study for specific requirements. A basic guideline of choice subjects is:

- Sciences and Health (MATH, PHSC, LFSC)
- Engineering and Technology (MATH, PHSC, GRDS, MCHT)
- Business and Economics (MATH or MATHLIT, ACCN, BSTD, ECON, CNST)

Mrs Haschke has a copy of THE CAREER BOOK. Make use of this book to assist you in your choices.

  • Must have at least four designated subjects:
  • Be aware of subject restrictions:
  • If you choose PHSC, you must take MATH
  • If you choose ACCN, you must take MATH
  • If you choose MCHT, you must take MATH and it is strongly recommended that you also take PHSC.

 - You must obtain at least 40% in the language of further education


STEP 6: Be aware of the basic career choice directions

  • Health, Sciences, Mathematics, Computers  
  • Engineering, Design and Technology
  • Business, Commerce and Management
  • Services
  • Arts
  • Human, Social and Resource Management
  • Practical, Entrepreneurship

STEP 7: Now select the choices that will open the most doors in the future AND that you can realistically do well in!

Home Language English (ENGHL)
First Additional Language Afrikaans (AFRFA) OR IsiZulu (ZULFA)
Life Orientation LIFE
Line 1: PHSC or BSTD or CNST or CATN
Line 2: LFSC or ECON or TRSM or GRDS
Line 3: BSTD or ACCN or GEOG or MCHT or VSLA

Additional subjects may be taken

  • If the learner is academically capable
  • must be done after official school time
  • all tasks and test requirements for CASS mark must be completed
  • subject must be taken from Gr 10 - 12

Remember that each subject leads to a different career direction:
(Subjects marked with a * are DESIGNATED SUBJECTS)

Line 1: PHSC or BSTD or CNST or CATN

PHSC * (Physical Sciences) Science, Health, Technology
BSTD * (Business Studies) Business, Commerce, Management
CNST * (Consumer Studies) Services
CATN(Computer Assisted Technology) Practical computer skills (entrepreneurship)

Line 2: LFSC or ECON or TRSM or GRDS

LFSC * (Life Sciences) Science, Health
ECON * (Economics) Business, Commerce, Management
TRSM (Tourism) Services
GRDS * (Engineering, Graphics and Design) Engineering, Architecture, Technology, Design

Line 3: BSTD or ACCN or GEOG or MCHT or VSLA

BSTD * (Business Studies) Business, Commerce, Management
ACCN * (Accountancy) Business, Commerce, Management
VSLA * (Visual Arts) Arts, Artistic Design
GEOG * (Geography) Human & Social Studies, Resources
MCHT (Mechanical Technology) Engineering, Technology, Design

A Last Hint...
If in doubt, contact the institutions where you wish to further your studies, for their requirements.



  • Durban University of Technology
  • Mangosuthu Technikon
  • University of KwaZulu-Natal
  • University Of Zululand


    Campus Rondebosch, Observatory, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town City Centre
    Website www.uct.ac.za
    Tel (021) 650 2105/6
    Fax (021) 510 5100
    Campus Alice, Bishu, East London
    Website www.ufh.ac.za
    Tel (040) 653 2312
    Fax (040) 653 1338
    Campus Bloemfontein, Qwaqwa
    Website www.ufs.ac.zo
    Tel (051) 401 2114
    Fax (051) 444 0740
    Campus Durban, Pinetown and Pietermaritzburg
    Website www.ukzn.ac.za
    Tel (031) 260 2212
    Fax (031) 260 2201
    Campus GaRankuwa (MEDUNSA Campus), Sovenga (Turfloop Campus ), Polokwane
    Website www.ul.ac.za
    Tel (015) 268 2140
    Fax (015) 267 0133
    Campus Mafikeng, Potchefstroom, Vaal-Triangle
    Website www.nwu.ac.za
    Tel (018)299 4901
    Fax (018) 299 2603
    Campus Pretoria, Mamelodi, Onderstepoort, Groenkloof, Prinshof
    Website www.up.ac.za
    Tel (012) 420 3111
    Fax (012) 420 4530
    Campus Grahamstown
    Website www.ru.ac.za
    Tel (046) 603 8276
    Fax (046) 603 8300
    Campus Stellenbosch, Bellville, Tygerberg, Saldanha
    Website www.sun.ac.za
    Tel (021) 808 4490
    Fax (021) 808 3714
    Campus Bellville, Mitchell’s Plain, Tygerberg, Parow
    Website www.uwc.ac.za
    Tel (021) 959 2101
    Fax (021) 959 2973
    Campus Johannesburg
    Website www.ebe.wits.ac.za
    Tel (011) 717 7000
    Fax (011) 717 7009


    Campus Johannesburg, East Rand, Auckland Park, Soweto
    Website www.uj.ac.za
    Tel (011) 559 2637
    Fax (011) 489 2260
    Campus Port Elizabeth, George
    Website www.nmmu.ac.za
    Tel (041) 504 2075
    Fax (041) 504 2699
    Campus Pretoria
    Website www.unisa.ac.za
    Tel (012) 425 2550
    Fax (012) 429 2565
    Campus Thohoyandou (Limpopo)
    Website www.univen.ac.za
    Tel (015) 962 8192
    Fax (015) 962 4749
    Campus Eastern Cape (Mthatha, East London, Bhisho, Queenstown)
    Website www.wsu.ac.za
    Tel (047) 531 2267/8
    Fax (047) 502  2970
    Campus KwaZulu-Natal (KwaDlangezwa)
    Website www.uzulu.ac.za
    Tel (035) 902 6040
    Fax (035) 902 6601


    Campus Western Cape (Bellville, Cape Town, Mowbray, Wellington, Granger Bay)
    Website www.cput.ac.za
    Tel (021) 959 6244
    Fax (021) 951 5422
    Campus Bloemfontein, Kimberly, Welkom
    Website www.cut.ac.za
    Tel (051) 507 3000
    Fax (051) 507 3310
    Campus Durban, Pietermaritzburg
    Website www.dut.ac.za
    Tel (030) 204 2111 or 086 010 3194
    Fax (031) 204 2011
    Campus Tshwane, Nelspruit, Witbank, Polokwane
    Website www.tut.ac.za
    Tel 0861 102 421
    Fax (012) 382 5422
    Campus Vanderbijlpark, Kempton Park, Klerksdorp, Secunda, Upington
    Website www.vut.ac.za
    Tel (016) 950 9000
    Fax (016) 950 9999
    Campus Umlazi, Durban
    Website www.mantec.ac.za
    Tel (031) 907 7215
    Fax (031) 906 5470


    Campus Durban North
    E-mail stacyj@cti.co.za
    Tel (031) 564 0570
    Fax (031) 467 0726
    Campus Veereniging
    Website www.sahealthhairbeauty.co.za
    Tel (016) 454 9070
    Fax (016) 454 9079
    Campus Rosebank, Hatfield
    Website www.lisof.co.za
    Tel (011) 788 4432
    Fax (011) 447 4087
    Campus Pretoria
    Website www.dewildtcheetah.co.az
    Tel (012) 504 1921
    Campus Johannesburg, Durban, Bloemfontein, Pretoria
    Website www.facetoface.co.za
    Tel (011) 726 8166
    Fax (011) 726 4944
    Campus Pretoria
    Website www.isacarstens.co.za
    Tel (021) 883 9777
    Fax 0867422131
    Campus Durban
    Website www.pyt.co.za
    Tel (031) 307 4992
    Fax (031) 307 4999
For more help with your subject choices
  • Talk to the educators teaching the different subjects.
  • Talk to Mrs. Haschke (career centre and guidance).
  • Talk to HPM.
  • Contact the tertiary institutions.
  • Use "THE CAREER BOOK" available at school.
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