Friday, 29 May 2015
The Provincial TVET Awards took place on 27 May 2015 in Stellenbosch. Students from all 5 TVET Colleges in the Western Cape were recognised for their achievements in the 2014 National Examinations.
False Bay TVET College was very proud to have three of our students acknowledged for their outstanding performance:
In the field of Engineering and Information Technology, Alcino Van Rooyen from Fish Hoek Campus was recognised for the highest achievement in the NCV Information Technology and Computer Science Programme as well as having the highest NCV aggregate in the Province.
He received a R5000 cash prize and an Ipad.
Ashley Fredericks from Mitchells Plain Campus received recognition for the highest achievement in N6 Business Management. She was awarded a R5000 cash prize for all her hard work.
Debra Dudley from Fish Hoek Campus had received a R5000 cash prize for the highest achievement in Finance, Economics and Accounting Level 4.
“I know that the hard work that these young people put into their programme has given them this wonderful achievement but it goes hand in hand with the dedication of Campus Heads, Programme Heads, Lecturers, Student Support and Development Services, Financial Aid and all support staff on campus.” says Melanie Vermaak, Academic Head for NCV and Nated Programmes at the College.“We are very proud of our students’ achievements and wish them very success with their future endeavours.”
False Bay College Students were acknowledged for their outstanding performances at the Provincial TVET Awards. Melanie Vermaak (FBC Academic Head: NC(V) and Nated Programmes), Beverley Shepherd (FBC Fish Hoek Campus Head), Malcolm Meyer (FBC Programme Head), Susan Mhakure (FBC Programme Head), Souchan Jackson (FBC Mitchell’s Plain Campus Head) Ashley Fredericks (FBC Student), Cassie Kruger (FBC Principal and CEO), Alcino Van Rooyen (FBC Student), Debra Dudley (FBC Student)