Westlake Campus

The heart of FBC’s engineering arm, Westlake Campus is situated in close proximity to the Ou Kaapse Weg, and offers industry specific courses. The spacious campus features numerous sports facilities and well-kept grounds, coupled with modern training facilities.

Secure facilities, student safety are enhanced by means of access control, with several members of staff on duty at night to provide additional peace of mind.

Student Residence

Westlake campus offers a fully serviced student residence which includes meals, laundry, room cleaning and student recreation facilities (T's and C's apply)

Courses offered at Westlake

Westlake Campus offers a full range of engineering study options.

Full time

Engineering

National Certificate (Vocational) Level 2-4

National Certificate

CBMT
Competency Based Modular Training

Electrical L1, L2, L3
Spray painting L1, L2, L3
Panel Beating L1, L2, L3
Fitting / Turning L1, L2, L3, L4
Boiler making L1, L2, L3, L4
Welding L1, L2, L3, L4
Wood Machinist / Joinery (TPC/PPC)
Plumbing (TPC/PPC)
Masonry L1, L2, L3

Level Testing and Trade Testing

Safety and Security

Yacht & Boat Building Academy


Part-Time

Engineering

 

For more information or to register for a course, contact:

Westlake Campus:
Tel: 021-701-1340 / 021 700 6400
Fax: 021-701-1855

Physical Address:
Westlake Drive
Westlake

Postal Address:
Private Bag X17
Tokai
7966

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Meet the Campus Head

BSchrieckker 1Bradley Schrickker 
Campus Head (Acting) - Westlake Campus
After a 7 year tenure at the Head of the Electrical Faculty, Mr Schrickker was appointed the Westlake Campus Head. An ex-Naval Officer who served in various posts nationally, he retired his sea-legs to share his experience and knowledge with the students of False Bay TVET College. Running his campus with military precision, Mr Schrickker enjoys seeing young people excelling in all aspects of their life. An adjustment from the “Navy” way of doing things, Mr Schrickker lives by an Ali Ibn Talib quote “A moment of patience, in a moment of anger, prevents a thousand moments of regret”.