False Bay College Changes Class Starting Dates

Due to Covid-19 protocols, False Bay TVET College has announced that they have staggered the starting dates for the 2021 academic year. 

Due to Covid-19 protocols, False Bay TVET College has announced that they have staggered the starting dates for the 2021 academic year. 

2021 Starting Dates

Engineering Programme

  • N1 25 January
  • N2 - N6 8 February

National N Diploma

  • NN4 (New students)  8 February
  • 5 - N6 (Returning students) 25 January

National Certificate (Vocational) 

  • Level 2 (New students) 1 February
  • Level 3 - 4 (Returning Students) 15 February

NC(V) and Engineering students exam results are delayed until 4/5 February. N4-N6 students results are available.

False Bay College is a well-established provider in the Public Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Colleges sector. The institution has been rated as one of the top performing TVET Colleges in South Africa and offers vocational, occupational and skills training programmes to equip students with marketable skills.

False Bay TVET College has five delivery sites in the False Bay coastal region of Cape Town, namely; Fish Hoek, Mitchell's Plain, Khayelitsha, Muizenberg and Westlake.

Applications are also still open at False Bay TVET College for anyone wanting to study in 2021.

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