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3. Efficient administration: The College’s growth is underpinned by strong leadership and an award-winning administration system that has been recognised by the AuditorGeneral of South Africa and the DHET. The College has twice received clean audit awards and has received a clean audit for the past five years. 4. Relevant curriculum: The College offers vocational, occupational and skills training programmes with a special focus on artisan skills in the Electrical, Motor Mechanics, Welding and Fabrication, Fitting and Turning, Automotive Body Repair, Spray Painting, Masonry, Plumbing, Carpentr y and Joinery trades. Courses are also offered in Business, Information and Communication Te c h n o l o g y, H o s p i t a l i t y, Engineering, Tourism, Yacht and Boat Building, Safety in Society, 2D Animation and Education Studies. All College programmes are examined and certified nationally and designed in collaboration with commerce and industry. 5. Strong par tnerships: Private and public employer organisations recognise that the only way to assist young people to gain work experience and increase their employability is through engaging with them

and opening up workplace opportunities. False Bay TVET College understands and promotes the important role of employers in providing workplace experience, internship and employment opportunities to College students and graduates. All our partnerships are informed by this common understanding. 6. Placement track record: The College excels at supporting its graduates during their transition to the world of work. Its WorkIntegrated Learning (WIL) Department achieved a 92% placement rate in 2018, a feat few colleges could match in the current state

False Bay TVET College is the Western Cape Center of Specialsation for Mechanical Fitting and Rigging. of the economy. The College employs five dedicated WIL officers who provide graduates with work placement support. This service helps to connect students to job opportunities and prepares them for the world of work via the work-readiness programme. The WIL programme not only benefits students, but participating companies are able to improve their company B-BBEE scorecards, access SETA benefits, release full-time staff for training and upskilling, and improve staff retention. The WIL programme was recognised by the ETDP SETA at the 2018 National Skills Conference and Development Awards with the prestigious Gold Award in the Most Outstanding Skills Development Stakeholder category.

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