False Bay TVET College Excels in Integrated Learning and Industry Collaboration


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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).


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The College has been awarded the prestigious title of first runner-up in two strategic categories:

  • Best Performing College in Lecturer Placement
  • Best Performing College in Student Placement

This remarkable accomplishment underscores False Bay TVET College's commitment to integrated learning and industry collaboration, resulting in enhanced teaching and learning outcomes for its students and staff.

"Being recognized as first runner up in both categories is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our entire college community," says Academic Services Deputy Principal, Ms Charlene Matthews at False Bay TVET College.

It reflects our ongoing efforts to build critical industry relationships and provide our students and staff with the best possible practical skills training.

The success of False Bay TVET College in these categories is a testament to its holistic approach to education, which emphasizes the importance of real-world experience and industry relevance. By fostering strong partnerships with industry stakeholders, the college ensures that its graduates are well-prepared to meet the demands of the workforce and make meaningful contributions to their respective fields.

The college extends its heartfelt appreciation to all stakeholders who have contributed to this achievement and reaffirms its commitment to excellence in technical and vocational education.

Congratulations to False Bay TVET College for this well-deserved recognition, and may the college continue to excel in its mission of providing quality education and training to its students.

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