the WIL to work

In 2014, South Africa had the third highest unemployment rate in the world for people between the ages of 15 to 24, behind Spain and Greece. – World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Risk 2014 report.
The above report estimated that more than 50 percent of young South Africans between 15 and 24 were unemployed.  In the following year, according to the OECD, South Africa’s youth unemployment rate was the highest in the world. 

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National World Skills Competition

No easy feat, rising above the provincial challengers, we wish our 4 college representatives well, as they compete at the national WorldSkills Competition in Durban.

 

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Higher education by a different route - Apply for a NC(V) Programme

Annually in South Africa, thousands of matric learners wait anxiously in early January for the all-important National Senior Certificate examinations results to be released. For many, the NSC will unlock job or higher education opportunities, especially if they secured a bachelor’s pass.

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False Bay TVET College opens new Mitchell’s Plain campus

False Bay TVET College has officially opened its new campus in Mitchell’s Plain, Cape Town.
The new campus was made possible through an agreement signed with the Western Cape Education Department that allowed the College access to the under-utilised primary school site in Merrydale Road. The site is in close proximity to the old College campus (at Spine Road High School).

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