CAREER SUMMIT

Career Summit helps students in selecting the best career option

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The Fibre Processing and Manufacturing (FP&M) SETA, acts as an umbrella that is a partnership between government and a body of sectors. These sectors have close ties with industries such as clothing, footwear, forestry, furniture, print media and packaging. The event is hosted by the Skills Career & Development Summit and Expo, which takes place at the UNISA Conference Centre in Ormonde on the 14th and 15th of September 2017. It exhibits various skill-sets and career options to 1500+ secondary school students from Grade 10-12. It enables them to make informed decisions from various fields of study once they have rubbed shoulders with people that have vast knowledge and experiential training in those sectors.

The summit prides itself with a guest list of keynote speakers that include politicians, academics, fashion designers, and media practitioners:

Day 1: MC -Pearl Shongwe, News Anchor, SABC

  • Felleng Yende, CEO, FP&M Seta
  • Thamsanqa Maqubela, Chairman & CEO: SA Council for Graduates Cooperative
  • David Tlale, Fashion Designer
  • SAASTA
  • Balisa Ntloko, Fundraising Coordinator, Ikamva Youth 

Day 2: MC- Peter Ndoro, News Anchor/Producer, SABC

  • David Tlale, Fashion Designer
  • Patson Malisa, Deputy Presiding Officer, Economic, Social and Cultural Council (ECOSOCC), African Union
  • Koketso Marishane, Arts Education & ICT practitioner
  • Theo Matiki, Silulo Ulutho Technologies
  • SAASTA
  • Thamsanqa Maqubela
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