Top calibre students receive acknowledgment

Cape Town, 09 May 2017. False Bay TVET College acknowledges its top achievers at the annual Awards and Diploma Ceremony held at Muizenberg Civic Centre.

The annual occurrence brings together the proud parents, academic staff, sponsors and students to celebrate the success of the top performing students in each qualification programme offered at False Bay TVET College.  A total of 91 Certificates were presented across all programmes and through the generous sponsorship of Cape Book and College Suppliers, prizes were given to exit level students. 


Study tour to Malaysia reveals interesting developments in ODL

Karin Hendricks, Deputy Principal: Education and Training, undertook a study tour to observe current open distance learning (ODL) practices in Malaysia, a country on par with South Africa in terms of many economic and developmental indices.
The itinerary included visits to Wawasan Open University, the Open University of Malaysia and the Malaysian Ministry of Education. The visit revealed that, in many aspects, the Malaysian approach to, and infrastructure for, ODL are more developed and sophisticated than current practices at institutions in South Africa.


On campus work experience

False Bay TVET College Welding and Electrical third-year students have enrolled in the Khayelitsha Youth Development Programme. 


Diploma information sharing session

False Bay TVET College hosted a diploma information sharing meeting for students completing the in-service requirement of their National N Diploma.


False Bay TVET College celebrates staff academic excellence

The False Bay TVET College Education and Training Department acknowledged the academic staff for the College’s incredible achievements in the 2016 Department of Higher Education (DHET) External Examinations.

Hosted at the Central Office Conference Centre, the annual event celebrated the academic staff’s achievements in the NC(V) and Report 191 programmes.