Portfolio Committee Oversight Visit: Meaningful and Successful


False Bay TVET College (FBC) had the unprecedented privilege of hosting Honourable Members of the Portfolio Committee (PC) for Higher Education and Training for an oversight visit at its Khayelitsha Campus on 23 July 2015.


Recognising the Heroes in our Classrooms

As a college we always seek opportunities to acknowledge and recognise the students and their achievements; however equally important are the lecturers who drive and encourage their development and achievements.


FBC Focuses on Leadership Training: From the Office of the SRC

Linamandla Deliwe, False Bay TVET College: Student Representative Council President

False Bay TVET College’s (FBC) key strategic objective is to provide ongoing leadership training for the Student Representative Council (SRC). This is accomplished through promoting and encouraging our SRC to attend and participate in ongoing external and internal training opportunities.


MOT Youth TVET Camp – Training MOT YOUTH as Peer Educators and Leaders

MOT South Africa with the Western Cape TVET Colleges (False Bay TVET College, Northlink College, Boland College, College of Cape Town, West Coast College and South Cape College) held a MOT Youth training camp at the Bridges of Hope Centre, in Wemmershoek, Franschoek, from 29 to 31 May 2015.


FBC Campus Hero Elections

As part of False Bay TVET College’s (FBC) Level 4 curriculum, students are required to vote for their respective Campus Hero. The aim is to encourage character development, an often under-valued aspect of human endeavour.

As part of the process, students were required to produce a personal manifesto and present this to the class to be assessed and judged accordingly.