Distance Learning Campus


Trimester 2 Applications are Open!
Space available in:
Electrical Engineering
Motor Mechanic
Fitting and Turning

NSFAS Bursary available, terms and conditions apply. Classes start 15 August 2022.

Distance Learning is suitable for students who are unable to attend classes on a regular basis, who are able to study independently and/or who are working full-time.

The benefits of this mode of study include online and in-person lecturer support, experts to guide the student through the relevant subject matter and the option to make enquiries telephonically or via email.

The Distance Learning Campus is dedicated to provide, quality, relevant and accredited training options. The Campus aims to make the Distance Learning experience worthwhile, effective and manageable by ensuring that students receive continual support and feedback throughout their study period. 

NB: Distance learning students MUST be computer literate and OWN a computer or laptop or have direct access to a computer or laptop. They must have access to the internet to access learning material and assessments.

NB: Potential students must be able to travel to Cape Town to write the external examination.


National Certificate: N4-N6
Human Resource Management N4-N6
Business Management N4 - N6
Public Management N4 - N6
Financial Management N4 - N6
Management Assistant N4-N6

Educare N4 - N6

Engineering Studies
Electrical Engineering N1 – N3
Electrical Engineering N4 – N6
Motor Mechanic N1 – N3
Fitting and Turning N1 - N3
Plumbing N1-N2

Occupational Programme
FETC: Accounting Technician SA Level 3


Business Studies: R1050 per subject
Educare: R1230 - R1295 per subject
Engineering N1 – N3: R775 per subject
Electrical Engineering N4-N6: R870 per subject


For more information on Distance Learning contact (021) 701 1153 or email FBCDistanceLearning@falsebay.org.za


Meet the Distance Learning Manager

DL Campus ManagerMarian Theron
Distance Learning Manager

Before joining False Bay TVET College, Marian Theron was a lecturer at the Technikon Pretoria, now Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) for 14 years. During this time she became the e-learning champion within her department. She joined False Bay TVET College in 2008 and based on her experience, she was appointed the E-learning Manager. At this time the Distance Learning mode of study was in growing demand, and from 2015 she prepared and executed the strategy to grow distance learning.

When not at the office, Marian enjoys spending quality time with her family in the outdoors.
Her motto in life is: ‘Do it right the first time’.