Skills Project for Blikkiesdorp Residents

JOINT STATEMENT BY THE CITY’S EXECUTIVE MAYOR, PATRICIA DE LILLE, AIRPORTS COMPANY SOUTH AFRICA (ACSA) AND FALSE BAY TVET COLLEGE
Today the City of Cape Town, Airports Company of South Africa (ACSA) and the False Bay Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) College were delighted to launch a multi-million rand skills development programme for 91 residents from Blikkiesdorp who will receive construction industry training at False Bay TVET College in Westlake.

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False Bay TVET College Athletes to compete at National Tournament

The netball and soccer athletes from False Bay TVET College won the 2017 Western Cape TVET College Provincial Tournament.

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The #YouthstartCT competition winner is announced

Centre for Entrepreneurship – Rapid Incubator beneficiary, Mr Yandisa Langa walks away the overall winner for the #YouthstartCT competition for his growing business, Langa’s Mountain Enterprise.

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Trailblazing student improves access to higher learning

‘He who learns, teaches’. The Ethiopian proverb resonates in a fascinating experience at False Bay TVET College’s Khayelitsha campus, where Nandipha Gcora has become the first blind student to study at the campus.

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College Open Day surpasses expectations

False Bay TVET College hosted its most successful Open Day yet on 18 and 19 August 2017. Hosted across the College’s five campuses, the programme featured two days of exhibitions and activities for young and old.

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