Entrepreneurship Expo entices youth to business

Business ideas were exchanged, networks were struck and entrepreneurship was sparked when False Bay (TVET) College, Centre of Entrepreneurship \Rapid Incubator (CfE\RI) hosted a Youth Entrepreneurship Expo on Wednesday 27 June 2018.


South African graduates depart for year-long internship

False Bay TVET College friends and family will bid farewell to eight students who departed on a year-long exchange programme in collaboration with the Chinese Culture and International Education Exchange Centre and MerSETA.


False Bay TVET College is on a winning streak

False Bay College has proven once again to be a force to be reckoned with on the Western Cape Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) College sports scene. They successfully defended their Provincial Netball and Soccer Championships Titles. This is the third consecutive year that False Bay has won the netball title; and the 2nd consecutive year for soccer.


New Appointments

False Bay TVET College is viewed as a preferred employer. Meet our newest employees.


Winston Damons: Work Integrated Learning Officer

Capetonian born and raised, Winston has pursued a career-path focussed on the development of the youth, through education. Previously employed with community youth focused NGO’s, he made the transition into the TVET College education segment as a Placement Officer in 2011.  

A TVET success story, with an entrepreneurial spirit, Winston completed his National Diploma in Business Management at a TVET College and is currently completing a post-graduate Diploma in Project Management. An ambassador for TVET, Winston is exceptionally passionate about youth development which he radiates through his student engagement, a necessary trait for his current position.   Winston brings a wonderful balance of empathy and professionalism to the WIL Department and has built a good rapport with the college industry placement partners.


Nasir Solarie: COS Manager

Nasir shares a long and favourable relationship with the College long before his appointment as Centres of Specialisation Manager.

Well connected to the manufacturing industries nationally, Nasir will have the task of getting the COS programmes running optimally, with the instrumental participation of related companies.

Prior to his appointment with False Bay TVET College, Nasir played an instrumental part of the establishment of the only TVET Yacht and Boatbuilding Academy in South Africa. He has facilitated many projects with special regard to skills facilitation and development and is the perfect candidate to bridge the gap between the classroom and workplace.


Chadd Baker: Rigging Facilitator for Swartklip Campus (Centre of Specialisation)

Chad has been appointed as one of the Rigging Facilitator for the Swartklip Campus which is also the recognised Centre of Specialisation for Rigging in the Western Cape.

He has 7 years marine and construction rigging experience, attained through his time with the SA Navy and industry partners. He started his apprenticeship with ARMSCOR and climbed the ranks when his passion for skills development was uncovered.

This set Chadd up for his most recent tenure, where he occupied the position of Rigging Training Officer for ARMSCOR Dockyard.
The College is pleased to have Chadd and his in-depth industry knowledge on board.


Thuli Oscar Kekae: Rigging Facilitator for Swartklip Campus (Centre of Specialisation)

Oscar has been appointed as one of the Rigging Facilitator for the Swartklip Campus which is also the recognised Centre of Specialisation for Rigging in the Western Cape.

He completed his training in his home town of Limpopo and after several specialised positions with industry giants Wetback, Murray and Roberts, Medupi Power Station and Anglo American Platinum, Oscar discovered his natural ability for lecturing.  He spent some time lecturing at Lephalale TVET College.

Oscar brings his industrial, construction and mining rigging experience to the college and will make a valuable contribution to the new rigging artisan training programme.

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Mickyle Chitter: Departmental Administration Officer to the I&D Department

Mickyle Chitter has been appointed the Departmental Administration Officer to the I & D Department as from 1 September 2018.
Mickyle is a False Bay TVET College graduate and completed his National Diploma in Financial Management.

Starting his employment career as an intern in the College's Financial Department, he later earned his position as the Payroll Administrator in 2016.
A advocate for False Bay TVET College, Mickyle is still studying Bookkeeping with the College.

The Deputy Principal and I&D Departmental Managers are looking forward to the contribution that Mickyle will make in supporting the office and wish him the best with his new role and responsibilities.


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Angelique Davids: PA to Principal's Office 

Mrs Angelique Davids has appointed as PA to the Principal’s Office of False Bay TVET College. Angelique is a home grown college graduate who completed her National Diploma in Public Relations at the then South Peninsula College.
Upon completion of her diploma, she moved to Johannesburg where she worked as PA to the CEO and Deputy CEO of Logtronics. Following this, she worked for more than five years as the PA for the Executive Mayor and City Manager of the Mahikeng Local Municipality respectively. On her return to Cape Town in March 2016, she took up an administration position at Fish Hoek Home Nursing Services.

Angelique joined the College in the position of Innovation and Development Departmental Administration Officer in 2017 before her current position of PA to the Principal’s Office.

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Bomkazi Mxabo: Quality Assurance Officer

Bomkazi worked in the manufacturing industry for the past five as a Work In Progress Controller. Monitoring the processes in the production floor and non-conformances from external customers and suppliers.

Her current role at False Bay TVET College will be assisting in the monitoring, measurement and evaluation of performance of quality, investigating and following up on non-conformances.


 Dominique Meyer :Work Integrated Learning Manager

Dominique Meyer has been a Senior HR Manager with 16 years’ experience in multi-national corporations with a focus on Strategic, Learning & Development, Talent Change and Performance Management.

She is a key driver of transformation through Employment Equity and Skills Development strategies in her former career and consulted across multiple industries i.e. ICT, Media, Legal, Automotive, Wholesale, Retail, Manufacturing and Energy Management. She is passionate about working with graduates and been involve in end-to-end recruitment, placement processes.

She holds a Bachelors of Commerce Degree with majors in Human Resource and Business Management, a Diploma in Marketing Management, a qualification as a Skills Development Facilitator amid other Leadership, People, Change and Project Management Certificates.

An aspiring thought leader, Dominque is passionate about organisational growth and diversification.  She looks forward to contributing to the False Bay TVET College legacy.

Gershwan Maart

Gershwan Maart: Project Administration Officer

With more than 4 years’ experience in local government’s education sector, Gershwan is passionate about Skills Development.

He is especially geared to working within youth development.  With previous TVET experience, Gershwan will make a seamless transition into the College. 
His primary focus is to maintain the SETA Project Administration for False Bay TVET College in the Occupational Skills Programme Department. This will include the loading of individual students on the system and monitoring their progress within the placement companies, until they eventually complete their qualification.


 Busiswa Luqhide  

Busiswa Luqhide: Marketing Exhibition Officer

It gives us great pleasure to welcome Busiswa Luqhide to the Marketing Team.


Busi comes from Higher Education Institutions, both private and public, with a good five years’ experience of marketing education programmes especially to schools.


Her primary role at False Bay TVET College will be to market the college and its programmes to school Learners, Life Orientation Teachers and Principals. She will participate in exhibitions and provide full support to the marketing department as needed.


We look forward to working with her and the value she can add to our marketing efforts, taking the FBC Brand to new heights.


We wish her every success in her new post.


 Carol Dwyer: E-Learning Manager

If Carol looks familiar to you, then you have probably attended an International North-South ICT Conference. She has been invited to speak on numerous occasions about E-Learning applications, blended learning trends and the pedagogy surrounding technology used in the classroom.Carol has been appointed the False Bay TVET College E-Learning Manager effective from 1 January 2018. 

She completed a B.A in Social Science and a Post Graduate Certificate in Education, from the University of Cape Town.  She started her career in 1992 as a recruitment consultant. She moved into public relations and marketing and finally found her passion in 2009, when she joined False Bay TVET College as a lecturer.

Carol taught for four years and developed a favourable reputation for including technology in her classrooms. Due to a growth in and need for technology in traditional classrooms, she took up the position of E-learning developer in 2013. This allowed her to focus on creating innovative ways to blend lessons. Developing digital content and growing the False Bay TVET Colleges digital footprint, Carol was the ideal candidate to promote to the College E-Learning Manager.

When not changing the teaching delivery landscape you can find Carol puttering about in her organic vegetable garden or hitting the waves as an aspiring long board surfer.




























































































Highest graduate numbers revealed

False Bay TVET College hosted its annual Awards and Diploma Ceremony to acknowledge students who excelled in their respective programmes and celebrate those who have graduated. This year's the event was hosted in the Main Hall of the College's Khayelitsha Campus.


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