Students graduate at Sivile

2017-04-14 06:00
The graduates and Sivile management.Photo: supplied

The graduates and Sivile management.Photo: supplied

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AT a graduation ceremony 34 students received certificates after completing various courses at Sivile Skills and Training Centre in Kokstad recently.

Between 2014 and 2015, the training centre registered six students and this year it registered 118, who did a one-year course in end-user computing, basic computer literacy, a three-month office administration course, a seven-month construction course, bricklaying, plastering and tiling.

Sivile received funding from the U.S. Ambassador between 2015 and 2016 to subsidise 67 students in various courses.

Teresa Olivier, Chief Executive Officer of the training centre congratulated students on their completion of their various courses.

“I want students not to forget that they have the power to change many lives and communities,” said Oliver.

Frances Chrisholm, the U.S. counsel general in KwaZulu-Natal sent a statement recognising Sivile for its exceptional work it does in Kokstad. - Supplied.


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