False Bay TVET open day invite

2018-08-16 06:01
A one-on-one session to give career advice.

A one-on-one session to give career advice.

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The False Bay Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) College is hosting an open day on Saturday 18 August to empower parents to give better career advice­.

If there is one moment that marks when a parent has begun to send a child into the world of adult decision-making, it is surely when they first sit down together to consider career options.

What careers best suit the child? Which ones are realistic study options? And how do you choose the institution and course of study?

False Bay TVET College would like to help you make an informed decision about your child’s future career choice, so that they can get the best start in life. All of the five campuses are inviting parents to a free seminar to discuss False Bay TVET College as an education institution of choice.

The five campuses are Muizenberg, Fish Hoek, Khayelitsha, Westlake and Mitchell’s Plain, and the seminar runs from 09:30 to 11:30. A parallel programme is also offered the same time for a free career assessment.

Whether you are looking for a post-matric or a vocational Grade 10 to 12 study option, False Bay TVET College will assist parents by offering vital information at the parent seminar. Academic staff and student support officers will be on hand for a personal consultation. The engagement will benefit parents and guardians of learners in grades 9 to 12.

Different topics will be discussed to empower parents.

Topics include a background to TVET and the SA education landscape, and the critical role we play in building the economy; the differences between school, college and university; how subject choices affect future study and career options; college programmes, the entry requirements and how the curriculum is structured; student support and development services and adjusting to college life; the application process and financial aid.

There will also be a tour of the campus facilities. So, parents, empower yourself so you can help your child reach their full potential. Your encouragement and support could be the stepping stone to your child to making a viable career choice in a sector with good employability prospects.

V Book online at www.falsebaycollege.co.za or call 021 787 0835 or 021 787 0938.

The False Bay Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) College is hosting an open day on Saturday 18 August to empower parents to give better career advice­.

If there is one moment that marks when a parent has begun to send a child into the world of adult decision-making, it is surely when they first sit down together to consider career options.

What careers best suit the child? Which ones are realistic study options? And how do you choose the institution and course of study?

False Bay TVET College would like to help you make an informed decision about your child’s future career choice, so that they can get the best start in life. All of the five campuses are inviting parents to a free seminar to discuss False Bay TVET College as an education institution of choice.

The five campuses are Muizenberg, Fish Hoek, Khayelitsha, Westlake and Mitchell’s Plain, and the seminar runs from 09:30 to 11:30. A parallel programme is also offered the same time for a free career assessment.

Whether you are looking for a post-matric or a vocational Grade 10 to 12 study option, False Bay TVET College will assist parents by offering vital information at the parent seminar. Academic staff and student support officers will be on hand for a personal consultation. The engagement will benefit parents and guardians of learners in grades 9 to 12.

Different topics will be discussed to empower parents.

Topics include a background to TVET and the SA education landscape, and the critical role we play in building the economy; the differences between school, college and university; how subject choices affect future study and career options; college programmes, the entry requirements and how the curriculum is structured; student support and development services and adjusting to college life; the application process and financial aid. There will also be a tour of the campus facilities.

So, parents, empower yourself so you can help your child reach their full potential. Your encouragement and support could be the stepping stone to your child to making a viable career choice in a sector with good employability prospects.

V Book online at www.falsebaycollege.co.za or call 021 787 0835 or 021 787 0938.

The False Bay Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) College is hosting an open day on Saturday 18 August to empower parents to give better career advice­.

If there is one moment that marks when a parent has begun to send a child into the world of adult decision-making, it is surely when they first sit down together to consider career options.

What careers best suit the child? Which ones are realistic study options? And how do you choose the institution and course of study?

False Bay TVET College would like to help you make an informed decision about your child’s future career choice, so that they can get the best start in life. All of the five campuses are inviting parents to a free seminar to discuss False Bay TVET College as an education institution of choice.

The five campuses are Muizenberg, Fish Hoek, Khayelitsha, Westlake and Mitchell’s Plain, and the seminar runs from 09:30 to 11:30. A parallel programme is also offered the same time for a free career assessment.

Whether you are looking for a post-matric or a vocational Grade 10 to 12 study option, False Bay TVET College will assist parents by offering vital information at the parent seminar.

Academic staff and student support officers will be on hand for a personal consultation­.

The engagement will benefit parents and guardians of learners in grades 9 to 12.

Different topics will be discussed to empower parents.

Topics include a background to TVET and the SA education landscape, and the critical role we play in building the economy; the differences between school, college and university; how subject choices affect future study and career options; college programmes, the entry requirements and how the curriculum is structured; student support and development services and adjusting to college life; the application process and financial aid.

There will also be a tour of the campus facilities.So, parents, empower yourself so you can help your child reach their full potential.

Your encouragement and support could be the stepping stone to your child to making a viable career choice in a sector with good employability prospects.

V Book online at www.falsebaycollege.­co.za or call 021 787 0835 or 021 787 0938.

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