August is National Technical, Vocational Education and Training (TVET) month, and the spotlight is on the multitude of opportunities that exist for young people wanting to follow a trade route.
Young people with skills and jobs are needed, and they need to be able to earn while training so they can support their families.
These are the thoughts driving innovative apprenticeship programmes in the Eastern Cape.
Retail Motor Industry’s Training Director Louis van Huyssteen said the automotive sector is a great place to start as young people can enjoy earning while they learn.
“This means they can use the money to support family members and pay for transport to and from college or work,”…
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