AET pupils graduate

2017-05-25 06:00
PHOTO: suplied Idwala SPL AET pupils from Kwamadlala and KwaLushaba (front), and (back, from left) Russell Madlala (Ulwazi Literacy Training Facilitator), Lerato Pooe (Idwala Carbonates HR manager) and Joe Mahadeo (Idwala Carbonates trainer) at the graduation last week.

PHOTO: suplied Idwala SPL AET pupils from Kwamadlala and KwaLushaba (front), and (back, from left) Russell Madlala (Ulwazi Literacy Training Facilitator), Lerato Pooe (Idwala Carbonates HR manager) and Joe Mahadeo (Idwala Carbonates trainer) at the graduation last week.

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IDWALA Carbonates held graduation ceremonies for their social and labour plan adult education training (AET) programme pupils at KwaLushaba last week.

The event, at the KwaLushaba tribal court building, saw tgraduates from KwaMadlala and KwaLushaba communities presented with level one and level two Ulwazi Literacy Training certificate by company representatives, after which they enjoyed a braai.

Idwala Carbonates Human Resources Trainer Manilal “Joe” Mahadeo said the company started funding the education programmes in these communities in May last year and the same programme, rolled out in Izingolweni, will be concluded on May 23 and June 28.

“Generally, this long-term programme is projected to run until 2018,” said Mahadeo.

The company works with chiefs and stakeholders in setting up the programmes. “Idwala Carbonates aim is to help prepare individuals academically, so they are marketable to companies in obtaining better jobs and able to further their education,” said Mahadeo.

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