An affirmation of College Achievements

False Bay TVET College hosted its annual Top Achievers Awards and Diploma Ceremony to acknowledge students who excelled in their respective programmes and to celebrate those who had graduated with a National N Diploma. The event was hosted at the College Khayelitsha Campus on 18 May 2019.


False Bay College celebrates lecturing staff academic excellence

The False Bay TVET College, Education and Training Department acknowledge the incredible academic achievement of academic staff for the 2018 Department of Higher Education (DHET) External Examinations results.


Ministers Opening Ceremony comments reiterate value of CoS for all.

Higher Education and Training Minister Dr. Naledi Pandor opened the Centres of Specialisation (CoS) in the Western Cape at the False Bay TVET College Khayelitsha Campus.
The celebratory occasion brought together the 6 Western Cape TVET Colleges who specialise in eight of the thirteen COS trades.

The TVET Colleges in the province with Centres of Specialisation are the False Bay College for Mechanical Fitting and Rigging; College of Cape Town for Auto Mechanics and Plumbing; Boland College for Welding; South Cape College for Bricklaying; Northlink College for Fitting and Turning; and West Coast College for Pipefitting.


College Rises and Shines at Cape Town Carnival

After months of handwork and precision coordination, 45 students and support staff of False Bay TVET College danced their way down the Green Point Fan-walk at the 10th Cape Town Carnival, 16 March 2019.


New TVET college campus coming to Mitchell’s Plain

Cape Town, 8 April 2019. False Bay TVET College has received confirmation of the approval of its long-cherished project to establish a College campus in Mitchell’s Plain, Cape Town. Minister Naledi Pandor has announced that the world-class facility, to be built at a cost of R383 million, will serve Mitchell’s Plain, Strandfontein and the surrounding communities.
The new campus underlines the continued phenomenal expansion of the College, which is perennially among the top-performing TVET colleges in South Africa.