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False Bay TVET College CfERI students rank at the regional entrepreneurship competition!
The Allan Gray, Future Managers & DHET TVET Inter-College Entrepreneurship regional rounds of the three-round national competition took place on 18 August 2023 at the West Coast TVET College, Vredenburg Campus. 25 Aug 2023 Read more

Western Cape Tourism, Hospitality, and Chef Expo showcases the possibilities in these growing sectors
False Bay TVET College and the South African Culinary and Hospitality Educators Forum (SACHEF), with Africa Chefs Alliance hosted an informative and engaging Tourism, Hospitality and Chef Expo at the False Bay TVET College, Muizenberg Campus on 17 and 18 August 2023. 23 Aug 2023 Read more

Western Cape Tourism, Hospitality and Chef Expo 2023
False Bay TVET College and the South African Culinary and Hospitality Educators Forum (SACHEF) will be jointly hosting a remarkable Tourism, Hospitality and Chef Expo at the False Bay TVET College, Muizenberg campus on 17 and 18 August 2023. 8 Aug 2023 Read more

False Bay TVET College ascends the winner's podium at the Reaching for Young Stars Showcook Initiative
False Bay TVET College staff and students are aglow with the 2023 Showcook Competition results. 4 Aug 2023 Read more

Engine handover: Khayelitsha Campus revs up partnership building
When a False Bay TVET College team went to Joe Slovo Technical High School last year, it was part of their routine visits to cement, deepen and broaden relationships with feeder schools. 3 Aug 2023 Read more

Building resilient entrepreneurs with False Bay TVET College
It is becoming evident that entrepreneurship is as essential to reducing economic hardship and unemployment as it is to improve the economy. 14 Feb 2023 Read more

False Bay TVET College's Centre for Entrepreneurship and CHIETA celebrates Green Economy Entrepreneurs
On 10 November 2022, coinciding with the National Entrepreneurship Month, False Bay TVET College in collaboration with Chemical Industries Education & Training Authority (CHIETA) celebrated the conclusion of six-months of entrepreneurship training, targeted towards entrepreneurs contributing and operating within the green economy space. 15 Nov 2022 Read more

False Bay College's Centre for Entrepreneurship and CHIETA, celebrating a successful SMME training programme
On 10 November, False Bay College in collaboration with Chemical Industries Education & Training Authority (CHIETA) celebrated six months of entrepreneurship training at the college's central office in Muizenberg. The entrepreneurs who graduated completed an intense entrepreneurship six-month programme which is designed to upskill the candidates in managing and sustaining their small businesses. Many of these business owners hail from previously disadvantaged areas, and they all responded to a call for emerging and aspiring economy entrepreneurs (grow your green ICT, cleaning, recycling or energy business). 14 Nov 2022 Read more

First cohort of False Bay TVET College CoS Apprentices Trade Test
As a new Centre of Specialisation (CoS) for Rigging and Mechanical Fitting, False Bay TVET College saw the first cohort of apprentices to be trade-tested produce creditable results, achieving an 80,7% pass rate for rigging and a 54% pass rate for mechanical fitting. 25 Aug 2022 Read more

Waste to food programme at the False Bay TVET College Khayelitsha Campus
Thanks to the support of partners Call2Care (iGardi) and Waste-ED, and project funding from Old Mutual Insure, False Bay TVET College is proud to announce the re-establishment of the on-campus waste to food programme at the Khayelitsha campus. 25 Aug 2022 Read more

False Bay TVET College wins award for student placement
False Bay TVET College's excellence in student placements was recognised at the TVET Colleges Strategic Industry Partnerships Summit 27-28 July when it was awarded second place at the gala awards dinner. 25 Aug 2022 Read more

Fostering a culture of entrepreneurship among TVET students
Self-employment and job creation are all the buzz. Highlighted on media platforms and on the lips of every politician, the eradication of red tape and bureaucracy is critical to the restoration of the global economy via entrepreneurship. 2 Jun 2022 Read more

Learning from the industry best with the Young Stars Showcook initiative
The Young Stars Showcook initiative is an elite competition where hotel schools are given the opportunity to showcase their students skills and talents. Raising the global profile of the hospitality industry, Reaching for Young Stars, a Showcook initiative shines the spotlight on South Africa's talent. 2 Jun 2022 Read more

First cohort of CoS riggers
False Bay TVET College is proud to have met the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO) requirements in the implementation of the Occupational Certificate in Rigging, offered at the Swartklip Campus. 31 May 2022 Read more

To grow your business, you need to grow too! ICT graduate success story
Lwandile Mxhamli completed his Information Technology and Computer Science National Certificate Vocational qualification in 2012 and also a recipient of CCI - Community College Initiative Program sponsored by the USA to study Computer Networking at Houston, Texas, between 2013/2014. 1 Mar 2022 Read more

Community Stakeholder Recognition and Appreciation Awards
As part of its TVET month activities False Bay TVET College decided to award 12 community organisations with a Certificate of Appreciation. The awards were in recognition of the long standing partnership the college has with these stakeholders and their sterling role in promoting technical and vocational education and training as a pathway to the upliftment and self- development of the youth. The best thing about honouring our stakeholders with awards is that it is aligned with the overall marketing communication strategy. We also made sure that we create appreciation posts for social media which forms part of PR and creates awareness of the fact that we value our stakeholders. This was a simple way of saying to our stakeholders "We know you, we value you and we realise the impact you have in our business". 8 Feb 2022 Read more

A historic engagement
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 at False Bay TVET College (FBC) Central Office Conference Venue. 29 Nov 2021 Read more

Covid-19 - An unlikely ally of progressive teaching and learning
Serendipitous. Not the word one would normally use to describe the arrival of Covid-19 in 2019. Yet, were it not for the speed with which the Covid-19 pandemic propelled the Higher Education sector into the digital classroom, False Bay TVET College might not have reached the current levels of application of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in its teaching and learning. And, thanks to the expert knowledge and support of the Higher Education Disability Services Association (HEDSA), the national HEI disability support network, we were ready when the opportunity came. 25 Oct 2021 Read more

Pitching the future of business
The frisson of ideas and youthful energy was palpable at the Westlake Campus of False Bay TVET College in September when the Centre for Entrepreneurship Rapid Incubator (CfERI) hosted the Annual Poster and Pitch Competition for student entrepreneurs. 25 Oct 2021 Read more

Starting up a business in a struggling economy
The latest release by Statistics South Africa of unemployment rates makes sobering reading - the youth officially account for 59.5% of the total number of unemployed persons. Progress in improving access to education and entrepreneurship will undoubtedly lead to economic growth and an all-important increase in jobs created that will reduce the extremely high rate of youth unemployment. 28 Sep 2021 Read more

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