The College Campus Days and the subsequent Annual Open Day at False Bay TVET College serve as crucial stepping stones for high school learners in their educational and career journeys. By inviting students who are studying relevant subjects to the college’s offerings, the event aims to provide them with valuable insights into the various technical and vocational education and training (TVET) programs and career paths available at the college.
Despite the challenges posed by the recent taxi unrest, the College successfully hosted approximately 2000 Grade 9-12 learners from 25 different schools within its geographical footprint. This significant turnout highlights the commitment of the college to guide and empower the youth in making informed decisions about their future educational and career paths.
The program’s diverse activities and exhibitions not only educated the students but also entertained them, ensuring an engaging and immersive experience. By facilitating an environment where students can ask relevant questions and gain a deeper understanding of potential career paths, the College is instrumental in helping students avoid mismatching their interests and academic pursuits, leading to improved retention, progression rates, and ultimately, higher job satisfaction in the future.
The Annual Open Day provided an opportunity for the public, including parents and guardians, to explore the various campuses, learn about the extensive program offerings, and witness the quality facilities and teaching staff available at False Bay TVET College. This initiative serves to encourage prospective students to make informed decisions and consider the college as their preferred destination for quality vocational, occupational, and skills-based education.
With applications for the upcoming 2024 academic year currently open, the College encourages interested learners to submit their applications online, along with their Term 3 school results, to secure a place for the next academic year. False Bay TVET College remains committed to providing high-quality and accredited educational opportunities, whether for post-matric or Grade 10–12 students seeking vocational study options.