Change Attitudes to Change Economic Prospects

False Bay TVET College launches a Centre for Entrepreneurship
“Given the current state of unemployment and poverty in our country, the question is not whether we should encourage our young people to look in the direction of entrepreneurship, but rather, can we afford not to?”


Leaders in inclusive education

False Bay College receives National Disability Award & Prize

At an official handover ceremony held on Monday 16 February 2015 at its Muizenberg campus, False Bay College received the National Disability Award Prize for its contribution to inclusivity and access for students with disabilities.


Ready to become the Michaelangelo of animation?

If you are an astute observer of life with a curiosity about the world and great drawing skills to match, a career in animation could be for you.

It is with great excitement that False Bay College has launched its one year full-time Animation National Certificateat its Muizenberg Campus aimed at aspirant animators who are keen to pit their skills in this highly specialised and competitive field.
Renowned animator, artist and educator, Riaan Theron, will be developing a new generation of 2D animators for careers in TV production, commercials, educational videos, video games, smart device content and even blockbuster movies.


Unisa Partnership Sealed

False Bay College was one of 12 TVET Colleges who signed a Memorandum of Agreement with the University of South Africa (Unisa) on the 28th November 2014, heralding an important development for post-school education and training in South Africa.


Steve Reid: Manager of the newly established Centre for Entrepreneurship

Steve Reid joins the newly established Centre for Entrepreneurship (CfE) at False Bay TVET College, Westlake Campus. He grew up in Cape Town and has lived in Mpumalanga, KwaZulu Natal and the Eastern Cape.

Qualified in three disciplines, Reid’s experience is set to help shape and steer the way forward for emerging entrepreneurs