False Bay TVET College is accepting applications to study for a National Certificate N1-N3 engineering programme during these turbulent economic times. Classes will start 05 August and available through full-time classes at campus or via distance learning.
These classes will be offered at the Westlake and Khayelitsha Campuses. Partnered with the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS), youth who meet the necessary qualifying criteria, and intend to study full-time, can apply for a bursary. Don’t wait till things “return to normal”, get ahead and work towards a qualification with viable career options
Information and learning available at a click of a button, online / distance learning has given even those in isolation access to higher learning. Formalising your qualification or diversifying your skills-set can present opportunities to increase your own employability attractiveness for when the economy recovers.
With the massive rising unemployment statistics and economic growth reaching a screeching halt, once the lockdown is lifted, and the economy has fully recovered, the pressure will be on to proceed and complete engineering projects requiring skilled workers in engineering fields ranging from Civil (building) Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Motor Mechanics and Fitters and Turners, Fabricators and Carpenters amongst others.
Services cannot be delivered without people with the necessary specialist skills – whether they are nurses, engineers or artisans. There is a shortage of professional skilled workers through most sectors, particularly at the local level.
Why not use the extended lockdown to formalise your engineering experience or start your study career as an Artisan? All these programmes predominantly taught in workshop classroom environments can now too be delivered via online /distance learning modes.
Do not wait till things “return to normal”, get ahead and work towards a qualification with viable career options. Visit www.falsebaycollege.co.za for more information.