What exactly is TVET?
Further Education and Training(FET) Colleges are now referred to as Technical Vocational and Training (TVET) colleges, this is due to an amendment made to Section 26 of the FET Amendment Act, 2013 (Act No. 1 of 2013).
The concept of Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) has been introduced into the South African education and training industry as part of a drive to provide high-quality education and training that offers a wide range of learning options.
False Bay College and TVET
As a true TVET institution, False Bay TVET College equips learners with the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes, values and competencies that will allow them to access lifelong learning opportunities and ensure that they become economically productive members of society.
TVET and our courses
In keeping with the aims of TVET, False Bay TVET College offers a range of programmes that have integrated subject offerings so that learners are equipped with marketable skills in order to ensure work readiness.
The programmes offered at False Bay TVET College are examined and certified nationally, and our programmes are designed in collaboration with commerce and industry.
The programmes presented at False Bay TVET College are accredited by Sector Education and Training Authorities. Consult our Programmes pages for the relevant accreditation details.
The Westlake Campus of False Bay TVET College is an accredited Decentralised Trade Test Centre.
If you have met all the criteria at the relevant SETA to undergo a qualifying trade test, we also offer various trade-related “top-up” programmes.
For more information, visit our website www.falsebaycollege.co.za
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