Left to Right: Ms Zoliswa Lonja, College Council Chairperson; Deputy Minister of Higher Education and training: Mr Manana; Mr Cassie Kruger, Principal of False Bay TVET College; Mr Gwebinkundla Qonde: the Director-General of Higher Education and Training (DHET)
The theme of the conference "Together forging a vibrant TVET system in South Africa" was attended by officials (including principals) of the 50 public colleges and local and international vocational education experts.
The nomination included performance in the following areas:
- The College received unqualified audits in 2013;
- Exceptional Financial Management in 2013 and 2014;
- Monthly reports, meeting deadlines and management letters; and
- Overall functionality including risk management, internal audit and audit committee.
Mr Colin Hogg, Chief Financial Officer of False Bay TVET College said, "The Award has improved morale in our department and increased our credibility in dealing with outside customers who can trust the service they are getting and be assured that their investments are in safe hands."
"We are proud to be part of a successfully functioning College. We hope we have set a standard for the country and the TVET Sector."