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GP Department Of Health Vacancies

17 August 2017

Gauteng Department of Health has vacancies for a Driver,Security Guard and Messenger. Drivers licence would be a requirement for these post.

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WC Department of Health Vacancies
17 August 2017

Western Cape Department of Health, currently vacancies for a Handyman, Store Assistant and Cleaner who has the basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Letsema and Kuyasa Learnerships with Bankseta 2018
17 August 2017

Do you want to step into the world of banking?Participate in a ONE year Learnership in the banking and microfinance sector and receive an NQF5 Certificate in Management Development.

Engineering, Technology and Computer Science Master's Programme
17 August 2017

If you are one of the brightest, most innovative young minds in South Africa studying engineering, technology or computer science, we can help you to unlock your full potential by sending you to ...

Murray & Robert Job Opportunities
17 August 2017

Murray & Roberts have job opportunities available. If you looking for or have experience in the construction industry their might be a post just for you.

Sappi Apprentice Training
16 August 2017

Sappi Saiccor is offering training opportunities to interested individuals with a view to qualify in one of the following trades: Fitter, Boiler Maker ,Electrical, Instruments, and Millwright.

What is the Isivande Women's Fund?
15 August 2017

Looking for funding? If you are a black woman with a vision you can find support for your small business idea by applying to the Isivande Women's Fund (IWF).

False Bay Parent Seminar
14 August 2017

Are you and your child considering a best fit career path and wonder where to start? We would like to extend a personal invitation to join us for a seminar to discuss False Bay TVET College as an ...

2018/2019 Chevening Scholarships
14 August 2017

Applications for 2018/2019 Chevening Scholarships and some Chevening Fellowships are open. Applications for 2018/2019 Chevening Scholarships and some Chevening Fellowships close on 7 November 2017.


False Bay TVET College is opening distant doors to learning.

Most of us don’t have to travel far to work, shop, worship or play. And for basic education, there’s always a school nearby.

But what if you need further training for your job or aspire to higher education and there isn’t an institution locally?

Distance is a barrier to learning for many people – people living in rural communities, someone looking after a dependant at home, someone whose movement is restricted by ill health, disability or even incarceration.

Others cannot physically attend a learning institution because of the nature of their work, such as workers who work shifts, deep sea fishermen, emergency personnel, some members of the armed forces and many self-employed people.

In a developing country where most citizens face the effects of poverty, there are also many people who can neither afford the costs of commuting nor the cost of residence at the institution.

Thankfully, higher learning institutions offer a variety of distance learning programmes. False Bay TVET College, for example, offers affordable qualifications in Business, Public Management, Financial Management and Engineering Studies for qualifying learners.

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If you are currently working in your chosen field or have two years’ relevant experience and Grade 12 (for National N diplomas), are at least 20 years old and able to write examinations and some tests on campus, distance learning may be an option for you.

Daily access to a computer, the internet and email is essential, as learning materials and contact with lecturers will be accessed electronically, through the False Bay College Learning Management System.

There are also entry requirements specific to the course of study undertaken. Financial Management N4, for example, requires students to have passed Accounting in Grade 12.

While courses have an in-service training component, students who are employed in a related field benefit by having their current work count towards the in-service training requirement. Another great advantage is that the workload is manageable, as students only take on two or three subjects per semester.

Distance learning is strictly for mature learners who can exercise self-discipline, study on their own and manage their own pace of learning without daily supervision.

If you match this description, there’s probably a place at False Bay TVET College for you.

For more information on the part-time and distance learning programmes available at False Bay TVET College, please visit our website www.falsebaycollege.co.za

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