JOBSHOP PROJECT- PROMOTING EXCELLENCE
We would like to extend a special welcome back to all our funders, partners as well as our Jobshop students. The vision remains the same; bettering life of previously disadvantaged communities, these are communities of people who were deprived of opportunities most others would take for granted - the ability to sustain themselves. This is our envisioned target which we can only be achieved by working together. Our Jobshop is still the one-stop-shop leading education and training centre.
2019! ANOTHER YEAR OF GREAT ACCOMPLISHMENTS LIES AHEAD
Compliments of the Season!
To us at Vukani, 2019 presents yet another opportunity to build on our commitments - impacting positively on community development and contributing towards poverty alleviation. Our goal is to empower young unemployed men, women and people with disabilities by offering them assessments, learnerships, up-skilling and job-placement.
TOP STORY: GOODBYE 2018 - HELLO 2019!
YEAR IN REVIEW
The end of the year is a time of reflection: Looking back, we have grown, gained valuable experience, met and conquered challenges.
AECI, we thank you for your grant to fund disabled learners.
Vukani would like to sincerely thank AECI for their generous contribution which will be used to train 10 disabled learners in electrical & HVAC, for a one year learnership.
Our training reflects enthusiasm and passion!
The new season arrived and with it a good deal of good news from the Jobshop Project!
“Spring breathes new life into the world around us.”
Jobshop – Your ONE-STOP Artisanal SHOP.
An SLA between the Jobshop and "Des de Jager Projects" was reached to provide practical electrical on-the-job training for Jobshop learners.
A 3-month SLA was reached between the Jobshop and "Ellerts Electrical & Refrigeration" to provide practical electrical and H-VAC training for 5 learners.
Jobshop partnering with (Harambee) to alleviate youth unemployment.
Heeding to the Presidents call to alleviate youth unemployment.
Vukani–Ubuntu’s Jobshop project collaborated with Youth Employment Accelerator (Harambee) to overcome barriers to youth unemployment.
The Jobshop apprenticeship students attended a two week Harambee employee behavioural workshop in April 2018. The aim of the workshop was to skill the youth on how to effectively behave in the corporate workplace.