Ideally located between Mitchells Plain and Khayelitsha in Mew Way, this campus is easily accessed and offers a wide variety of programmes.
The access-controlled campus has been refurbished and features a modern electrical and motors workshop, along with excellent teaching and quality sporting facilities. The Khayelitsha Campus has been serving the community of Mitchells Plain and Khayelitsha for more than 10 years by equipping students with the necessary skills for employment. The campus has a spacious Open Learning Centre where students have access to the Internet, computers and other resources. The campus has a nutritional programme/feeding scheme to ensure that students are well nourished to focus on their studies.
As with each of the campuses, the management of False Bay TVET College has ensured a dedicated Student Support Officer to assist students during their transition from basic to higher education. A Financial Aid Administrator is available to assist with Bursary enquiries and applications.
Courses offered at Khayelitsha Campus
Khayelitsha Campus offers a wide range of study options – click on the course of your choice for details.
For more information or to register for a course, contact:
P.O. Box 376
Meet the Campus Manager
Mr Haido Mteto
Campus Manager – Khayelitsha Campus
With 10 years’ experience as a high school principal, Mr Mteto has entrenched himself as the False Bay TVET College, Khayelitsha Campus Manager for six years. Empathetic to socio-economic challenges, Mr Mteto is actively involved in local community structures as Secretary of Khayelitsha Education Forum, aiming at empowering young adults through education. Well-known within the community in which he operates, it gives him great pride when students go forth to become contributing members to society.
With a special knack for education and collaboration between the college and community, Mr Mteto is a strong advocate of the Nelson Mandela quote: “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”.