Tongaat Child Welfare celebrates successful graduates

2016-06-02 06:00
 Photo: supplied Thirteen gleaming graduates celebrate their success with TCW staff as they receive their hard-earned certificates.

Photo: supplied Thirteen gleaming graduates celebrate their success with TCW staff as they receive their hard-earned certificates.

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THIRTEEN proud graduates, who successfully passed Tongaat Child Welfare’s (TCW) first ever Basic Office Skills Development Course, were treated to a well-deserving celebration by the society recently.

The course is run and overseen by TCW and according to course co-ordinator Faheema Dawood; its aim is to develop the skills of untrained people so they may compete in the workplace.

“The course aims to teach basic skills to people and to motivate participants to utilise the knowledge they have gained to improve their lives in whichever way they choose to,” said Dawood.

“Gaining an education may not only be for securing employment, but may be for one’s own personal growth, goals and sense of achievement,” she added.

The one month course includes modules in basic computer literacy, reception skills, office management and also mannerism and etiquette, which all graduates embraced and aced before their recent certification ceremony.

Graduate, Thulisile Ngcobo, expressed her joy and thanked the Society for the opportunity.

“I would like to express my gratitude for the opportunity and the experience which has made me realise that my primary goal is to study and gain knowledge so that I can improve my life,” said Ngcobo.

Course co-ordinators urge individuals to apply at the minimal cost of R50-00.

For more information on the course and how to apply, contact either Faheema Dawood or Sanele Mabaso on 032 944 1514.

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