The college first opened its doors in Durban in 2014 and thereafter rebranded in KwaDukuza as Career College for Higher Education and Training. The College Council comprises experienced academics, educators and a seasoned entrepreneur, Pastor Logie David. The SHARED vision of the council members is to address the growing unemployment compounded by daily challenges. The council strongly supports training for employment which is relevant to industry needs and 70% of the notional hours in the workplace and 30% institutional. The council is also mindful that the present economic climate prevailing with a minimum GDP growth cannot accommodate all the unemployed youth and therefore, focuses on ENTREPRENEURSHIP and business development for a sustainable livelihood.The college principal, Pastor Charles Ramiah, an experienced educator, has been in education management for three decades and is fostering partnerships with private and public entities for work integrated learning. The work integrated approach is the cornerstone for holistic development.Learners placed in industry are monitored by a trained college mentor where all activities are recorded in a logbook.Career College for Higher Education and Training is a champion for the implementation of the National Qualification Framework (NQF qualification) which assists learners to articulate both vertically and horizontally. Our vision is to contribute meaningfully to the development of the community, capacity building and partnership with industry.