False Bay TVET College


false bay collegeFalse Bay College is registered and accredited with the Department of Higher Education (DHET) as a public TVET College. They offer various courses as well as E-Learning, Funded Programmes and Learnerships.

They aim to be the leading TVET College in the country with a mission to empower their students to become assets to society and have lifelong access to education. 

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False Bay TVET College's Articles:

Pursuing a career in the automotive industry or any male-dominated sector is never easy, but Sisonke Nkenkana is up to the challenge.

False Bay TVET College hosted the Nama Royal House, HRH Queen Rebecca Como and Commissioners from the indigenous Khoi-San tribe for a partnership networking session. Hosted at False Bay TVET College (FBC) Central Office Conference Venue. The meeting was historic both for the Nama Royal House and False Bay TVET College. This is the first time that the College has received an official delegation from the royal house of the Khoi- San group.

Statistics underline importance of TVET Month

The transfer of the 6 796-hectare erf was completed yesterday, 23 February 2021, and registered to False Bay TVET College. It is anticipated that more than 5 000 students fromMitchells Plain, Strandfontein, Khayelitsha, Philippi, Mandalay, Grassy Park, Pelican Park, and other communities will benefit directly from the development. The new educationalfacility would serve surrounding communities on the Cape Flats, which is home to approximately 1.5 million residents.

The failure rate of new small businesses in South Africa is estimated between 70 % and 80%. This failure rate is among the highest in the world. 

Western and Northern Cape Regions hosted the first two of three Career Festivals as part of TVET month, on 21 and 22 of August.

False Bay TVET College is an active participant in the MOT Programme. This is a programme that originated in Norway and aims to give students certain tools to help them develop into strong and resilient members of society.

January 2019, the then Minister of Higher Education, Minister Naledi Pandor indicated that the Department of Higher Education and Training will support President Cyril Ramaphosa’s bold plan to create 257 000 job per annum by promoting entrepreneurship in the post-school sector.

False Bay TVET College, Khayelitsha Campus together with the Department of Small Business Development hosted a youth dialogue with College students.


A gender revolution has begun in what were exclusively male industries, led by a still-tiny vanguard of women artisans produced by South Africa’s TVET College system.




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