SA’s economic growth Skills levels and trust big concern for SA’s economic growth
“Pivotal uncertainties relating to the future of the South African economy hinge on the integrity and trust in institutions and our ability to develop appropriate skill
07 Feb 2019
Achiever Awards Nominations Deadline approaches!
Deadline for nominations for this year's prestigious Achiever Awards, which recognise exceptional contributions to the crucial area of skills development and training in South
23 Jan 2019
Get connected in 2019 SA’s Accounting Industry Prepares to Get Connected in 2019
South African accountants, bookkeepers and financial industry experts who keep their fingers on the pulse when it comes to the latest in industry innovation, will be given the
22 Jan 2019
Ariellah Rosenberg, CEO of educational NGO, ORT SA How to prepare ourselves and the next generation for the unknown future workplace.
It seems that the more technologies bring relief and comfort to our life, the more we get confused about what the future holds for us. I remember myself, as a child in the
22 Jan 2019
SARETEC providing international standard training Delivery of jobs within the green economy sector expected
The South African Renewable Energy Technology Centre (SARETEC) based at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) is an initiative of the National Skills Fund (NSF) under
21 Jan 2019
Nwabisa Siyongwana-Makumule Managing Director: Lumamu Consulting
Nwabisa holds a BTech in Public Relations Management focussing on Reputation Management from the Vaal University of Technology and further has qualifications in Project Management
15 Jan 2019
A shining light in the education crisis NGO making a huge different in the lives of learners—by supporting the teachers
The SACTWU Edufundi project (formerly Edupeg) was established in 1998 and last year alone offered support to 286 teachers who look after 12 200 learners in 48 schools across four
27 Nov 2018
85% of South African students aspire to go onto university 85% of South African students aspire to go onto university and follow traditional careers, according to new global research
85% of South African students aspire to go to university Most still aspire to pursue traditional, well respected careers as doctors, dentists, engineers and
21 Nov 2018
Online learning changing the face of education and training
Technology disrupts by its very nature. This is evident in many sectors where UBER, the biggest competitor to metered taxis - doesn’t own any vehicles. The hospitality
21 Nov 2018


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