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Michael Wilson wanted more from life, not only for himself but also to set an example for his nephew. Getting by on a minimum wage as a factory worker with an incomplete matric, Michael decided that he needed to complete a qualification that would provide him with a much-needed national certificate.


Self-starter, Nkgetheleng Bocheletsana is the proud owner of Prince Mosia 24/7 ECD. She started this venture in 2019 as a part-time job, while she was completing her 18 months of practical work experience as part of her National Certificate in
Educare.


Lebohang Mahlo was previously featured in the December 2015 edition of the TVET Times for his exceptional academic results. We caught up with Lebohang once again when we were informed of his application to complete his Doctorate in Higher Education.


Jared Meyer is living the dream! As a registered Field Guide he is out in the bush every day with visitors sharing his knowledge about flora and fauna.


Hayley van Beulen always loved tinkering with cars with her uncles. But when her application to study mechanical engineering at the False Bay TVET College Westlake Campus was unsuccessful, she opted for spray painting instead.


A violent jolt, the sickening crunch of buckling metal and a whole lot of stress usually precede anyone meeting Robyn Nienhaus professionally. She’s a trailblazing spraypainter, one of a growing number of women making inroads in the male-dominated automotive repair industry.


Registrations for the 2022 academic year are open and close on 11 February 2022 at the False Bay College.

 


Are you interested in studying at False Bay TVET College and wondering if NSFAS covers their courses? Well, keep reading to find out more...


False Bay TVET College began participating in Peer2Peer programmes which are all based on the belief that encouraging regular dialogue in the physical and emotional safe space of peer groups will challenge and equip students to take responsibility for their health, well-being and development. 


False Bay TVET College offers a wide variety of courses. They are your gateway to employment, entrepreneurship and higher education.


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).


As part of the College’s strategic goals; to deliver training relevant to the needs of industry and the changing environment, False Bay TVET College recognizes that more must be done to address climate change and global warming. This includes the increased deployment of renewable energy and decarbonising our economies as a matter of urgency.


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