2016 maritime cadets take to the sea
2016 maritime cadets take to the sea

The first intake of the National Cadet Programme will be heading out to sea in a few weeks, marking the next step in their path towards becoming global seafarers and growing South Africa's maritime skills base.

4 Feb 2016 10:32

Standard Bank, Digital Skills Academy sign agreement on skills development
Standard Bank, Digital Skills Academy sign agreement on skills development

In line with its strategy to step up its digital transformation and digital innovation capabilities, Standard Bank has signed an industry partner agreement with international Digital Skills Academy to deliver digital product development training and industry experience to the Academy's international BSc programme participants in South Africa.

3 Feb 2016 11:48

Air traffic control - an alternative career option for matriculants
Air traffic control - an alternative career option for matriculants

Matriculants can enter the world of air traffic control if they have a Level 4 pass in both Maths and English by attending the Aviation Training Academy (ATA).

3 Feb 2016 11:08

Rising up to shine - College of Cape Town
Rising up to shine

Anele Ngxongo, a young mother from KwaZulu-Natal, has again proven that one's circumstances do not define one's success. Anele completed her studies in Jewellery Manufacturing at the College of Cape Town in 2015 with the support of a bursary from the Mining Qualifications Authority (MQA). Through dedication, passion and the access to financial support from the MQA, Anele's achievement far outshines her humble background.

By Claudia Albrechts, Issued by College of Cape Town 2 Feb 2016 11:35

Improved employability through skills development - College of Cape Town
Improved employability through skills development

The reality of longer and multiple careers over a lifetime means individuals will have to re-skill and up-skill as technologies and ways of working change. The need for individuals to earn an income to support their families are however affected by the inability to take time off to study full-time. At the same time the limited space in tertiary and TVET institutions for full-time studies means that individuals need to consider other means of achieving their career and education dreams.

Issued by College of Cape Town 1 Feb 2016 16:10