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National Youth Development Agency invests in skills development and legal compliance in the workplace - Continuing Education - University of Pretoria
National Youth Development Agency invests in skills development and legal compliance in the workplace

"As a result of a management meeting [of the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA)], as a collective we realised the need to have some sort of training in disciplinary enquiries. Our HR department did the necessary research and found [the course in Disciplinary Enquiries at the Workplace] to be the most relevant."

Issued by Continuing Education - University of Pretoria 21 Apr 2015 10:52

Unique skills programme jumpstarts careers for unemployed youth - TSiBA Education
Unique skills programme jumpstarts careers for unemployed youth

So many highly qualified South African youth struggle to get jobs after graduation, or move up the corporate ladder. This is often due to a lack of the vital soft skills key to survival in today's competitive marketplace - attributes which may be neglected by South African universities.

Issued by TSiBA Education 21 Apr 2015 10:19

Railway Engineering celebrates 21 years' collaborative training with the University of Pretoria and Transnet - Continuing Education - University of Pretoria
Railway Engineering celebrates 21 years' collaborative training with the University of Pretoria and Transnet

With an extraordinary partnership initiated in 1994 between industry and higher education, Transnet and the University of Pretoria (UP) celebrate 21 years of collaborative training and research in Railway Engineering in 2015.

Issued by Continuing Education - University of Pretoria 14 Apr 2015 12:38

Mind the gap: tackling mismatches to fuel South Africa's innovative potential - Unisa Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL)
Mind the gap: tackling mismatches to fuel South Africa's innovative potential

At Unisa's Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL), an energising and challenging forum was held on 5 March to mark the university's Research and Innovation Day. The event centred on how innovation and entrepreneurship talent could power South Africa towards a knowledge economy.

Issued by Unisa Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL) 16 Mar 2015 13:46