College hosts their first Virtual Open Day

False Bay TVET College (FBC) hosted their first Virtual Open Day on the 4 November 2020.

Traditionally FBC hosted a two-day engagement in TVET month (August) which involved thousands of learners visiting campuses, viewing facilities, meeting lecturers and students.

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Provincial Student Structures Chairperson elected

Congratulations are in order as False Bay TVET College sees one of their students elected into a rather important position in the TVET sector.

Siphokazi Zanazo, a student at False Bay TVET College studying Office Administration, has been elected chairperson of the Western Cape Provincial student structure and she says she is looking forward to serve. Her election came as a surprise, she says, but don't get it wrong, she definitely believes in herself.

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The Traveling Chef & Foodie, College Alumni

Tenacious and hardworking, people gravitate towards Shane for his humbling and optimistic disposition. The eldest of 6 siblings, Shane’s passion for the food and hospitality industry rooted from his mother’s many years of experience in the hospitality industry.

Shane graduated from False Bay TVET College, Muizenberg Campus December 2017, with a National Diploma in Hospitality and Catering Services. While his roots are in Mitchell’s Plain, Cape Town, the world is his oyster.

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New Online Student Information System

When Covid-19 sunk in its clutches on a global scale, countries began locking down and economies came to a standstill. Schools, higher education institutions and companies that could, shifted to remote methods of learning, teaching, and working. Organisations who could not adapt, suffered, sometimes with fatal consequences.

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Animation - a COVID-resistant industry

With the easing of lockdown regulations, the False Bay TVET College, 2D Animation program was able to host two, one day stop-frame animation workshops. The workshop was facilitated by animation artist Thulani Yose-Simantov through the auspices of the Triggerfish Foundation which is the educational platform for the Bergvliet based Animation company Triggerfish. False Bay TVET College has recognized the need for transforming access to studying animation skills and in response has been running a fully funded 1-year certificate in 2D Animation funded by the MICT SETA and various other funding partners. 

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