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The DTI and BPW SA invest in unparalleled certified Women on Boards programme

A course for women who aspire to serve on boards and for those looking to expand their directorship opportunities.
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BPW SA and the DTI have partnered in an unrivalled "Women on Boards" director development programme to create a register of female leaders in SA who are excellently trained and are therefore highly sought after by boards.

This eight-part programme - strategically placed over the course of a year - equips women with the knowledge and tools needed to elevate themselves to the C-suite and beyond. In a supportive and highly interactive atmosphere, an impressive roster of top government and corporate experts will guide skilled female executives through a rigorous program of intensive classroom instruction, case studies and simulations. Every element of the program is focused on strengthening and broadening the leadership talents of the participants and delivering positive results for their companies and organisations. They will improve their understanding of the responsibilities of board membership and develop the skills and strategic insight needed to become a more effective director. They will improve their understanding of board governance while heightening their financial literacy and increasing their understanding of relevant legislation. Amongst others, specialist training is also provided by the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) with regard to corporate governance and understanding of JSE terminology and the Commonwealth Business Council (CBC) (London) who will impart their expertise on personal and reputational risk. The DTI will convey their expectations of board members and corporate experts will present, and execute simulations, on media and presentation skills to enhance leadership effectiveness. The programme is certified by the DTI. For more information, please visit our website at

Business & Professional Women South Africa (BPW)'s press office

Business & Professional Women South Africa (BPW)
BPW is a Non Profit organisation which develops the professional, leadership and business potential of mid to senior businesswomen through advocacy, mentoring, networking, skill building, and economic empowerment programs and projects around the world.
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