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False Bay TVET College (FBC) hosted their first Virtual Open Day on the 4 November 2020. Known for their innovation and pioneering spirit, False Bay TVET College decided to use the Zoom Webinar platform to invite learners, youth, life orientation teachers, and parents to a Virtual Open Day.


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


It was predicted that demand for passenger vehicles will shrink by approximately 14% in 2020. Despite the decline in the global market, VW McCarthy Parow opted to offer permanent employment for False Bay TVET College graduates Samantha Landelwa Matebe and Eunithia Tshemese.


False Bay TVET College, a future fit educational establishment situated in the Western Cape, embarked on a tender process for a world class Student Information System. While teaching continues through blended learning approach, applications for future intakes could not stop as the need for quality education remains in high demand. 


In 2019, the False Bay TVET College Muizenberg Campus, known for its exceptional Hospitality and Catering graduates were approached by the Afternoon Express Show to not only host the competition qualifying heats but to include a selection of N6 Hospitality students to partake in the SABC 3 Taste Master Competition. 


False Bay TVET College was intentional when putting measures in place to combat this high level of unemployment by creating an environment for job seekers to aspire to become job creators. The College is currently the only TVET in the Western Cape with a Centre for Entrepreneurship and Rapid Incubator (CfERI).


False Bay College aims to be the leading TVET College in the country. Their mission is to empower their students to become assets to society and have lifelong access to education. They offer various courses as well as E-Learning, Funded Programmes and Learnerships.


The Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) launched the Pre-Vocational Learning Programme (PLP) Pilot Project in 2018 with the participation of 9 colleges.  False Bay TVET College took part in the pilot and enrolled 62 students at the Khayelitsha Campus.


The Deputy Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology, Mr Buti Manamela, rolled out the Decade of the Artisan advocacy campaign over two days in Cape Town in the Western Cape Province on the 03rd and 4th October 2019.  With the support of merSETA, the event was hosted by False Bay TVET College, at the Westlake Campus, which is renowned for its engineering programme offerings.


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