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False Bay TVET College - Let's Do Business!

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Let’s Do Business!

False Bay TVET College is a leader in the public Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) sector and is rated one of the top-performing South Africa public TVET colleges, with sound governance and financial controls.

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Successful Collaborations / Testimonials

Ensuring a pipeline of new facilitators for the Green Sector

False Bay TVET College entered into an agreement with merSETA, backed by The South African Renewable Energy Technology Centre (SARETEC), to train three technical mentors for the Solar Photo Voltaic Service Technician qualification that is currently being developed.

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McCarthy Volkswagen Parow trains for employment

"I think I can speak for everyone in the Service Department (Workshop, Frontline and Parts), that having Eunithia and Samantha as part of the team brought new energy, but also new synergies, not least, breaking down barriers. Eunithia and Samantha show what can be achieved through the commitment of the student, but also a committed educational institution such as False Bay TVET College.” Says Mr Ferdi Mouton, a Golden Circle Award winner and Service Manager Bidvest McCarthy Volkswagen Parow

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Hospitality on Show

“The interns have added a real layer of skill to our production team and we are extremely proud of the way in which they are progressing. They have added a lot of value to our team “says Patience Stevens owner of Morning Expresso and Afternoon Express.

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Igniting entrepreneurial aspirations and intent of College students

Abe Oliver, Cfe | RI programme Manager “I was encouraging to see the business ideas, product samples and the entrepreneurial vision of these young people. They surely carry the torch to flame and ignite township economies.“

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