Courses conducted at Technical Colleges are advertised usually in November / December in the Public Gazette, and news papers. You can submit application (On line) through this web site. (www.dtet.gov.lk)
Send the completed application form to the relevant Technical College before the closing date. The contact addresses of all the Technical Colleges available in the web site www.dtet.gov.lk or you can register at any time at the Career Guidance Center of Technical College by sending application via e-mail or visiting personally.
In the website we have categorized technical courses according to the entry qualifications. You can find a list of courses under Course Information.
Course categorized according to the Industry Sectors are given under “Course Information” in the web site www.dtet.gov.lk
Two Methods :
You can go though detailed description given under General Information in the web site.
Fees are not charged from students who are following the full time day courses in Technical Colleges. However course fee is charged from those who are following part time / evening courses.
No course fee will be charged for full-time courses. But fees will be charged as follows from the students who follow the part-time/evening courses.
Mostly students following trade courses could easily find jobs in the industry or are self employed. See web site under course information.
Certainly Yes, with the establishment of the University of Vocational Technology at Rathmalana students are provided a path way to earn a degree level qualification through NVQ ladder