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Are you struggling to find out where you can get an internship? Are you keen to study next year but not sure if they offer the course that you're interested in? Have you heard about learnerships but you're not sure how to get to one? Careers Portal is your one stop website where you'll find all the information you'll need on the latest internships, learnerships and entry level jobs.


False Bay TVET College proudly congratulates its students for their outstanding performances at the recent National Skills Competition. Kai Petersen, Tanisha Ramandh, and Ubaidullah Moses have showcased exceptional skill and dedication, bringing honour to the college and South Africa.


False Bay TVET College is thrilled to announce its outstanding achievement in the 2023 Academic Year Annual Performance Plan indicators, as recognized by the Technical and Vocational Education Training Colleges Governor Council (TVETCGC).


False Bay TVET College proudly announces the graduation of its Hospitality Lecturers and Catering Support Staff as Artisan Chefs, marking a pivotal moment in their professional journey and highlighting the college's commitment to staying current in higher education and meeting the demands of the hospitality and tourism sectors.


A somatologist is unique in their knowledge and experience due to the strong focus on dermatology as a subsection of three-year training in anatomy and physiology.


Piracy of books and online study materials poses a threat to the education of learners and students in South Africa, says the Publishers’ Association of South Africa (PASA). It launched an anti-piracy campaign on 4 March 2024 to highlight the wide-ranging effects of illegally downloading, sharing and using pirated material.  


False Bay TVET College is proud to announce a transformative collaboration between FASSET (Finance and Accounting Services Sector Education and Training Authority) and TVETCGC (TVET College Governing Council), resulting in the establishment of a state-of-the-art ICT Hub at its Fish Hoek Campus.


In a move designed to reduce the 44% youth unemployment rate among South Africans, Vodacom South Africa and Microsoft South Africa have joined forces to provide free access to digital training courses on the Mzansi Digital Learning platform.


Early support in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) studies are proving to assist learners in achieving top marks, and for KZN-based sugar manufacturer, Illovo Sugar South Africa, all four of their adopted schools achieved stellar pass rates.


Choosing the right educational path is crucial, considering the varying levels of qualifications in the beauty therapy and medical aesthetics sectors. Key considerations before enrolling include career goals, financial means, and academic capabilities.


With inflation and living expenses on the rise, young South Africans are actively seeking out fresh solutions to attain financial freedom, while managing existing monetary responsibilities. The prospect of earning in a foreign currency has never been more appealing, as it allows individuals to stretch their income further, and enjoy an overall higher standard of living.






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After completing your matric certificate exams, you are faced with a lot of post-matric options that can shape your future paths.

These options range from pursuing higher education at universities or colleges, entering vocational training programs, joining the workforce, or even starting your own business. There are so many choices but we are here to help.

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Against the backdrop of alarming youth unemployment rates in South Africa (SA), ALX, a leading career accelerator and tech training provider, is transforming youth employment and pioneering digital transformation by providing young individuals across the continent with access to cutting-edge technical skills.


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