The WIL to workIn 2014, South Africa had the third-highest unemployment rate in the world for people between the ages of 15 to 24, behind Spain and Greece. – World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Risk 2014 report. 23 Feb 2017 Read more >>

Seda launches False Bay Rapid Incubation/Centre for EntrepreneurshipThe Small Enterprise Development Agency launched a Rapid Incubator and Centre for Entrepreneurship (CFE) at False Bay TVET College, Westlake Campus, in Cape Town on 23 November 2016. 28 Nov 2016 Read more >>

R55k kickstartThe Centre for Entrepreneurship (CfE) Poster and Pitch Competition winners were awarded a collective cash prize of R55,000. This money will help winner's kickstart their viable business ideas. Entrants were False Bay TVET College students and graduates, who prepared a poster demonstrating a new business idea. Thereafter, one on one consultation took place to sharpen the business ideas for adjudication day. 14 Sep 2016 Read more >>

School shoes for students of Injonga PrimaryInspired by the Mandela legacy, Ms Mandisa Njozela, the Student Support and Development Officer, and the SRC of False Bay TVET College for the Khayelitsha campus, as part of their SRC Project, is committing to keeping the legacy alive by campaigning for school shoes. 1 Aug 2016 Read more >>

Successful collaborationAccess Trust and False Bay TVET College celebrate a successful collaboration at the TVET GAP graduation ceremony hosted on 27 July 2016, at False Bay TVET College Khayelitsha Campus. 29 Jul 2016 Read more >>

Helping your child find the right career"What do you want to be when you grow up?" This may be the question adults most enjoy asking little children, since the answer is always cute. But when parents need the answer from a teenage child about to leave school, it's possibly the most important question they will ever ask, and the last thing they need is a cute answer. 27 Jul 2016 Read more >>

USA welcomes False Bay TVET College students for an academic yearThe False Bay TVET College community will bid farewell to two very deserving students participating in the 2016-2017 Community College Initiative (CCI) Programme. Educare N6 Students, Thabisa Gajana (29) a resident of Khayelitsha and Nadia Boonzaaier (26) from Mitchells Plain will depart for Arizona and Pennsylvania to participate in this vocational exchange study program for one academic year starting this year July, at a community college in the United States. 28 Jun 2016 Read more >>

Khayelitsha entrepreneur to attend HarvardEntrepreneur Luvuyo Rani, owner of Silulo Ulutho Technologies in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, has been chosen as one of twelve 2016 Social Entrepreneurship winners by the Schwarb Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship. 5 May 2016 Read more >>

Distance learning options for the artisan tradeDue to the increased accessibility to the internet and bandwidth speeds, an emerging trend in distance learning opportunities is on the rise. This option is especially attractive to individuals who are employed full time, have demanding family priorities and are geographically limited, says Marian Theron, Programme Manager of Distance Learning at False Bay TVET College. In South Africa the White Paper on Further Education and Training highlights distance learning as an additional mode of delivery to increase access to learners. The high demand for higher education also adds pressure on the existing infrastructure which is insufficient to meet the demand for further education. 29 Jan 2016 Read more >>

Why you should consider studying at collegeMessage from the Principal/CEO:
Unemployment in the Western Cape
• Is estimated at 17.2%.
• 80% of the unemployed are youth.
Don't be another statistic.
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BID notice: Design/advertising agency required for False Bay TVET CollegeFalse Bay TVET College is to appoint a marketing/advertising agency which will provide as when required, advertising, graphic design, branding and copywriting services to False Bay TVET College, wherein the quality of service and economy of price to the college, are the primary considerations. 3 Jul 2015 Read more >>

False Bay TVET College students honoured at Provincial AwardsThe Provincial TVET Awards took place on 27 May 2015 in Stellenbosch. Students from all five TVET Colleges in the Western Cape were recognised for their achievements in the 2014 National Examinations. 1 Jun 2015 Read more >>

Blown away by booksBetween 18 and 21 March 2015 False Bay College (FBC) in collaboration with the Fish Hoek, Masiphumelele, Simons Town and Ocean View libraries held the first of its kind South Peninsula Book Festival. 18 May 2015 Read more >>

Consider your life's careerChoosing a career to carry you forward through life is a step-by-step process. It takes time to unearth a chosen educational route or training path that will align with your interests, skills and abilities. It is therefore really important to take the time and make the effort to do this. 15 May 2015 Read more >>

Volunteering for the Two Oceans MarathonThe sense of excitement one gets from being a False Bay TVET College (FBC) volunteer for the annual Two Ocean's Marathon event is akin to the joy of receiving an unexpected gift. 14 May 2015 Read more >>

We read to expand our life horizons'When you sell a man a book you don't sell him just 12 ounces of paper and ink and glue - you sell him a whole new life.' 13 May 2015 Read more >>

Not letting limitations limit learningThe story of Nicholas Stevens
False Bay TVET College Spokesperson with Nicholas Stevens
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False Bay TVET College partners with Tommaso Silla Autobody WorksOn 10 April, False Bay TVET College (FBC) signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with Tommaso Silla Autobody Works Pty Limited, an Italian-based company specialising in the automotive sector since 1947. 11 May 2015 Read more >>

Woolworths offers lecturers from TVET colleges and University of Technology an 'insider view'Higher Education to benefit from Woolworths high impact skills development initiative 2 Apr 2015 Read more >>

Minister Lindiwe Zulu to launch Centre for Entrepreneurship in Cape TownMembers of the media are invited to the launch of the Centre for Entrepreneurship (CfE) that will be hosted by the Department of Small Business Development and False Bay TVET College. 25 Feb 2015 Read more >>

False Bay College receives National Disability Award and PrizeAt an official handover ceremony held on Monday 16 February 2015 at its Muizenberg campus, False Bay College received the National Disability Award Prize for its contribution to inclusivity and access for students with disabilities. 20 Feb 2015 Read more >>

Ready to become the Michaelangelo of animation?If you are an astute observer of life with a curiosity about the world and great drawing skills to match, a career in animation could be for you. 17 Feb 2015 Read more >>

De La Rey Community AwardsDonor Awards Nomination Criteria: This trophy is awarded to an organisation or group, through its own initiative, that actively recruits and educates the community about the importance of blood donation. (This category includes the media, educational institutions and community groups). It runs from October 2013 - July 2014. 3 Feb 2015 Read more >>

Unisa partnership sealedFalse Bay College was one of 12 TVET colleges who signed a Memorandum of Agreement with the University of South Africa (Unisa) on 28 November 2014, heralding an important development for post-school education and training in South Africa. 3 Feb 2015 Read more >>

Steve Reid: Manager of the newly established Centre for EntrepreneurshipSteve Reid joins the newly established Centre for Entrepreneurship (CfE) at False Bay TVET College, Westlake Campus. He grew up in Cape Town and has lived in Mpumalanga, KwaZulu Natal and the Eastern Cape. 3 Feb 2015 Read more >>

Inclusive education receives top honoursOn 2 December 2014 False Bay TVET College was honoured by the Deputy Minister of Social Development at the INSETA National Disability Awards ceremony held at the Cape Sun in Cape Town. 3 Feb 2015 Read more >>

Award for Excellence in Financial ManagementFalse Bay College received a National Award for Excellence in Financial Management at the gala dinner of the DHET Conference which took place at the Gallagher Estate, Midrand, Gauteng, on 18 November 2014. 3 Feb 2015 Read more >>

EWSETA launches first regional officeEWSETA unveiled its first regional office, housed at False Bay College, Westlake Campus, on 20 November 2014 at a launch held at the campus. 3 Feb 2015 Read more >>

Establishment of a Centre for EntrepreneurshipEntrepreneurship is a key driver of economic growth in South Africa. Small businesses create jobs at a faster rate than large corporations, and thus contribute to the economic health of provinces. Very few will dispute the fact that there is a growing need for entrepreneurship education in the college sector in South Africa. 3 Feb 2015 Read more >>

Khayelitsha Skills Development SummitThe Khayelitsha Development Forum (KDF) in partnership with the Khayelitsha Community Trust (KCT), False Bay College and Ithalomso Projects co-hosted the Khayelitsha Skills Development Summit (KSDS) on 3-4 October 2014 at False Bay College's Khayelitsha campus. 5 Nov 2014 Read more >>

Design spaces and curriculum for 21st century usersMarian Theron (Conference Coordinator) 28 May 2014 Read more >>

International FET college collaboration for cutting-edge learningFalse Bay College and the College of Cape Town, in collaboration with Haugaland Skole in Norway, will be hosting the second North South VCET ICT Conference at Spier Estate in Stellenbosch, Cape Town, from 9-11 October 2013. 17 Sep 2013 Read more >>

Workplace-based experience - The way to goThis country has a shortage of skilled people in the field of Information Technology and Business Studies. False Bay College, one of the Further Education and Training Colleges in the Western Cape, is working hard to narrow this gap. The National Certificate (Vocational) programme has already produced some outstanding graduates, who were snapped up in the local market - "and the best is yet to come." 15 Apr 2013 Read more >>

False Bay College partners with SOTS (Stavanger Offshore Technical College), NorwayFalse Bay College signed an MOU with SOTS (Stavanger Offshore Technical College). SOTS is a publicly maintained leading educational facility, specialising in upper-secondary and technical college studies in Norway. The main objective of the College is to be at the forefront in providing education in offshore drilling. Its main training departments are: Oil and gas, Nautical/Maritime, Electro/Automation, Engineering and Building and Construction. 5 Mar 2013 Read more >>

Premier Helen Zille encourages Youth at FET Colleges Academic Achievement AwardsCongratulations are due to the eight False Bay College (FBC) students who were recently honoured for their academic achievements. 21 Feb 2013 Read more >>