Zine Mangata, one of our Office Basics student in 2017, has found employment at EPWP in Klipheuwel and has been working there since October 2017. Pabatso Lehlehla, a Job Readiness student in 2015 is now working at Checkers in Durbanville in the bakery department.
Graduation June 2018 was celebrated by volunteers, staff, partners and students as 160 certificates were awarded to 121 candidates who participated in 6 programmes offered by FCD over the past 6 months. FCD staff take a moment to enjoy the successful completion of the first half of 2018 Faithful volunteers
The launch of our training programmes in Fisantekraal in April this year coincided with our decision to become a member of Poverty Stoplight. Poverty Stoplight is an approach used to measure aspects of multi-dimensional poverty in the families of the beneficiaries being served to gain greater insight into the real
LoAnne Stuurman has been working at Emmanuel Retirement Care since completing her Frail Care course in December 2017. Lorenzo Alkaster has been working as a casual in Spiro’s Mica Hardware since doing a job shadow at the company. He says that the job readiness course gave him the confidence he
The last term has seen our pool of job shadow partners increase across all our training disciplines. Frail Carers now have the opportunity of completing their practical training at Aristea, Andre van der Walt, Boland, Green Pastures, Klaradyn, Luckhoff, Villa Cortona and now also at Oude Westhoff. Office Basics learners
Its been great to be able to extend our core team of trainers. Some of our long term volunteers and trainers were quick to put up their hand to kick off the training at the Fisantekraal library hall recently. Here are some testimonies from them. Craig Willcocks (Business Skills trainer)
We are grateful to our Frail Care institutions that partner with us to either host our students for their practical training, or source trained carers from our pool of qualified candidates. Caronicia Hanekom, one of our Frail Care students is working at Iris House. Lee-Ann Lewis, Khanyiswa Memke and Lucinda