False Bay TVET College partners with Tommaso Silla Autobody Works

On 10 April, False Bay TVET College (FBC) signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with Tommaso Silla Autobody Works Pty Limited, an Italian-based company specialising in the automotive sector since 1947.
False Bay TVET College signs a MOA with Tomasso Silla Autobody Works Pty Limited<br><br>Front: Mr Angelo Ruffini (TOMMASSO SILLA Autobody Works PTY Limited: Executive Director), Tommaso Silla (Tommaso Silla Autobody Works PTY Limited: Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director), Cassie Kruger (False Bay TVET College: Principal and Chief Executive Officer), Dr Claudio Ruffini (FinMasters)<br><br>Back: Steve Reid (False Bay TVET College: Centre of Entrepreneurship Manager), Karin Hendricks (False Bay TVET College: Deputy Principal), Jeremy Schuster (False Bay TVET College ERD Programme Manager), Christiana Nel (False Bay TVET College: Linkages and Partnership Manager)
False Bay TVET College signs a MOA with Tomasso Silla Autobody Works Pty Limited

Front: Mr Angelo Ruffini (TOMMASSO SILLA Autobody Works PTY Limited: Executive Director), Tommaso Silla (Tommaso Silla Autobody Works PTY Limited: Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director), Cassie Kruger (False Bay TVET College: Principal and Chief Executive Officer), Dr Claudio Ruffini (FinMasters)

Back: Steve Reid (False Bay TVET College: Centre of Entrepreneurship Manager), Karin Hendricks (False Bay TVET College: Deputy Principal), Jeremy Schuster (False Bay TVET College ERD Programme Manager), Christiana Nel (False Bay TVET College: Linkages and Partnership Manager)
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The MOA reflects the intention of FBC, Tommaso Silla Autobody Works and Finmasters SA CC to establish a partnership that will support the development of a mutually beneficial collaboration in areas such as training, equipment and small business development and training.

This partnership will seek to support the expansion and training of the Automotive Body Repair, Spray Painting and related programmes.

"We are very excited about this partnership which will bring international expertise and experience to the Automotive Faculty. This will contribute greatly to both staff development and skills development for our students," says Karin Hendricks, FBC Deputy Principal of Education and Training.

11 May 2015 14:48

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