Back, from left: Dewald de Waal (Redi-Pac), Selwyn Kiewiet (South Cape TVET College: job placement officer), Sisanda Gomo, Liz-Marie Bester, Judy Marais and Raymond Smallberger. Front: Rosie Wentzel (Redi-Pac).
GEORGE BUSINESS NEWS - Wise words of motivation and advice from Liz-Marie Bester, Sizanda Gomo and Raymond Smallberger to the many unemployed youth and fellow graduates.
These three are graduates from South Cape TVET College, George Campus, where they completed courses in Management Assistant N6 and Marketing NCV Level 4 respectively.
They were granted the opportunity to gain some experiential workplace exposure through an internship funded by the SERVICES SETA for 18 and 12 months respectively.
They grabbed this opportunity and make the most of it in a huge way that the management of Redi-Pac took them in as permanent staff.
This is also a very proud moment for the college especially in a time that the unemployment rate among our youth is at such a high. This is also proven testimony of South Cape TVET College's committed effort to assist its graduates being absorbed in or exposed to the world of work.
Businesses interested to participate in future similar projects contact Selwyn Kiewiet on 079 571 6592 / 044 884 0359.
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