2014

Rules of Engagement

Meet Mrs. Rudo Mazenge, a lecturer at False Bay College’s Mitchell’s Plain Campus. Her forte is Accounting. Born and educated in Zimbabwe, she regards herself as one of the lucky ones to have influenced and shaped young minds from Harare to the Cape.

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Developing 21st Century Skills with Information Literacy Education

Developing a lifelong interest in learning is integral to many 21st century educational institutions and FET (TVET) colleges are no exception.

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False Bay College Awards Excellence

False Bay College (FBC)hosted their Annual Awards and Diploma Ceremony, on Thursday 26 June 2014, at the Mitchells Plain Campus. The event was held to give recognition to the Top Achievers and National N Diploma students for all faculties taught at the College.

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Future Chefs in Training

False Bay College’s (FBC) Hospitality students recently participated in two international food events held at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) in May and June 2014 respectively.

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A Foundation of Wellbeing for Students

Girlology

An all-female student workshop entitled Girlology,took place on the 20th May 2014 at the False Bay College (FBC) Muizenberg Campus.

The workshop aims were to provide support and mentoring on how to survive and thrive as a female in today’s society. This is within the socio-economic context of South Africa, where real inequities prevail and young girls are exposed to high levels of gender-based violence.

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