Johannesburg – The Chemical Industries Education and Training Authority (CHIETA) has signed a R40 million collaborative agreement with the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) to establish a “Youth in Chemicals” programme to train young artisans.
Under the agreement, the NYDA has invested R10 million while CHIETA has committed R30 million to train the youth as artisans and entrepreneurs of the future.
The two organisations aim to support 2 000 artisans to become entrepreneurs over the next two years. The programme is expected to start in October.
CHIETA CEO, Yershen Pillay, said the…
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