2016

Provincial Game Changers Strategy unpacked at Principals’ Breakfast

Cape Town, 05 August 2016. False Bay TVET College hosted a Principals’ Breakfast at their Central Office, Conference Centre in Muizenberg.

An annual occurrence, this event brings together principals, life-orientation teachers and district managers of schools in the Cape Town Metropole. With an estimated 80 guests in attendance, the event was geared towards strengthening college-school relationships and sharing valuable education and training information and trends.

 

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Plagiarism awareness amongst N6 Students at a TVET College

Russell Chisango (False Bay College Muizenberg)

Scholarly and academic work is premised upon principles of ethics and integrity where new ideas may be propounded based upon referral to previous schools of thoughts and the reconfirmation of previous ideas.   TVET colleges are centers of knowledge creation established to produce high quality graduates with high standards of ethics and professionalism. The proliferation of information and rapid rise in student enrollments at TVET colleges has instigated a lot of discussions around issues of plagiarism at universities and colleges. 

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USA welcomes False Bay TVET College Students for an academic year

False Bay TVET College community will bid farewell to two very deserving students participating in the 2016-2017 Community College Initiative (CCI) Program.  Educare N6 Students, Thabisa Gajana (29) a resident of Khayelitsha and Nadia Boonzaaier (26) from Mitchells Plain will depart for Arizona and Pennsylvania to participate in this vocational exchange study program for one academic year starting this year July, at a community college in the United States.

 

 

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How well do you know your child?

South Africa recently marked Youth Day, the fortieth anniversary of the day when thousands of young South Africans took a stand to demand freedom. Those children are now in their fifties, and living in a society they could not have imagined in their wildest dreams.
When they were their children’s age, television had just arrived in South Africa. No microwave oven, no fax machine, no personal computer, no mobile phone. Not even a Star Trek fan then could have imagined the internet.

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Provincial Top Achievers for 2015

Cape Town, 26 May 2016. The Department of Higher Education and Training acknowledged the Western Cape TVET Colleges top achievers at an exclusive ceremony hosted by False Bay TVET College at its Fish Hoek campus on 25 May.
The annual event brought together the principals of the six Western Cape public TVET colleges, academic staff, government officials, special guests and students to celebrate the success of the 32 students who received achievement awards. 

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