TVET Students Programme


The Saver Waya-Waya programme for TVET (Technical and Vocational Education and Training) College students was implemented in the first half of 2016 in four TVET colleges in Gauteng and the North West Province. A reach of more than 1 200 young adults was attained, across campuses in Hammanskraal at the Temba campus of Tshwane North TVET College, and in the Brits, Mankwe and Rustenberg campuses of Orbit TVET College. The programme was designed to empower and help students make the right financial choices when they enter the world of work.


The SWW-TVET 2018 was delivered by the ASISA Foundation, funded and supported by the ABSA Africa Group limited, targeting students in their final year of study, from four Sedibeng TVET College campuses in Gauteng (Heidelburg, Vereeniging, Vanderbijlpark and Sebokeng), and one from the North West province, Orbit TVET College (Orbit Brits TVET). The programme was implemented from April to October 2018.

The programme aimed to reach 1, 000 participants across all five campuses. At the end of the programme, the total reach was 1, 450, with 987 (83%) students attending at least 3 out of 5 workshops. There was good retention of students across the programme.