FCD’s bi-annual Graduation was held on the 3rd of December at Bergsig Dutch Reformed church. As always it was a very special event. The students dressed to impress as we welcomed corporate partners, donors, volunteers and part time trainers through the doors. Home made sausage rolls and red velvet cake

Maloeatle Mohapi (right) and Nomanesi Sinedhile, who completed our first round of Hospitality and Home Management training, found employment at Balmoral Lodge where they started as casual staff. Riana Moster, from our moste recent Frail Care class, found employment as a private carer for an elderly lady. Vuyo and Nwabisa, who completed

The Satellite Project Life Skills trainer position has been filled by Leilani Gertse. Her contribution is making a significant impact on the quality of our satellite and Durbanville Life Skills training. It has highlighted (firstly) the value of having a full time person in this role, and secondly having a

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