Uphill Technical College Rustenburg +27736893703277

Public & Government Service

We are Accredited TVET College, Mining Training School, Artisan Skills Training Center, Based in the heart of Rustenburg in Northwest.


Since Uphill Technical College’s establishment in January 2015, our main mission is to contribute towards society’s efforts of achieving sustainable development through the pursuit of education, learning, skills transfer and research at the highest local and international levels of excellence. In a bid towards realizing our mission; the college is equipped with a team of qualified, committed and competent lecturers. On top of offering a wide range of national qualifications, we have partnered with some of the best international institutions to give our students a widely exposed learning outlook. Some of these partners like, CompTIA (Computing Technology Industry Association) and ABMA (Association of Business Managers and Administrators) are widely recognized international organizations with a proven track record of producing competitive professionals in various fields.


Our vision is to be among the leading service providers that offer high quality further education and training in Africa and beyond.


Our mission is to build a strong brand that would be known to produce individuals that are successful, competent and professional in the execution of their tasks.

Accreditations & Memberships

Uphill Technical College is provisionally accredited with the quality assurance body UMALUSI; Provisional Acc No.: FET 00872 and also provisionally accredited with the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET); REG No.: 2011/FE07/061. We are also members and affiliates of the Association of Private Providers of Education, Training and Development (APPETD). We are a fully affiliated centre for Association of Business Managers and Administrators (ABMA) and Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA).

We operate a Mining and Artisan Skills training program, which is targeted to middle and low income ordinary mzansi people, to help them attain employable skills.