Carpentry graduates grow into entrepreneurs
A youth development programme, to prepare carpentry graduates for the workplace, has grown into so much more. Now in its second year, the fruits of the programme can be shared. Thabo Modjadji from Ga-Modjadji in Limpopo, a carpenter and programme graduate shares how he has been helped by this... Read more
Minister Pandor outlines government’s long-term plan for TVET colleges in South Africa
Stronger Technical, Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges will expand the provision of mid-level technical and occupational qualifications that will lead directly into paid work and self-employment for the growing numbers of young people leaving the schooling system, so believes the Minister of Higher Education and Training, Naledi Pandor.... Read more
Bridging the skills and employability gap
The skills challenge is not an issue unique to South Africa but rather a worldwide phenomenon. The challenge affects a number of sectors. As a result it requires a holistic response to find lasting solutions both in South Africa and internationally. Capricorn TVET College in conjunction with the British... Read more

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