Student hones his skills for greater employment prospects

Michael Wilson wanted more from life, not only for himself but also to set an example for his nephew. Getting by on a minimum wage as a factory worker with an incomplete matric, Michael decided that he needed to complete a qualification that would provide him with a much-needed national certificate.  

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Lebohang Mahlo reaches for the stars

Lebohang Mahlo was previously featured in the December 2015 edition of the TVET Times for his exceptional academic results. We caught up with Lebohang once again when we were informed of his application to complete his Doctorate in Higher Education.

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Registered Field Guide is living the dream!

Jared Meyer is living the dream! As a registered Field Guide he is out in the bush every day with visitors sharing his knowledge about flora and fauna. 

Jared completed his National Certificate Vocational in Tourism with False Bay TVET College in 2019. With plans to complete his National Certificate in Tourism, Jared was presented with an employment opportunity with the Garden Route Safari Camp in 2021, and has been loving it ever since. 

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Entrepreneur’s investment in personal growth is paying dividends

Imagination. Perseverance. Innovation. Focus on opportunity. Ambition. Relentlessly determined to succeed. These are attributes that not only describe an ideal entrepreneur but are the words that come to mind when people meet 35-year-old Brian Carolissen, False Bay TVET College NC(V) Engineering and Related Design graduate (2012) and founder of Weld Lab, an innovative manufacturing business that is growing despite the impact of COVID-19 on the economy.

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Health MEC Promote Health Among College Students

Western Cape Health Minister, Dr Nomafrench Mbombo, personally took the promotion of health and well-being of young people ¬to False Bay TVET College, motivating students with her own life stories.

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