Principal brings change

2018-07-04 06:01
Dipiloane Phutsisi, Motheo TVET College principal (centre), flanked by Mamolefe Segakweng (marketing and communication manager, Channel Africa) and Adv. Xolile Xuma (Motheo TVET College council chairperson) on receiving the Vision 2030 Driver for Change Award.Photo: Supplied

Dipiloane Phutsisi, Motheo TVET College principal (centre), flanked by Mamolefe Segakweng (marketing and communication manager, Channel Africa) and Adv. Xolile Xuma (Motheo TVET College council chairperson) on receiving the Vision 2030 Driver for Change Award.Photo: Supplied

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The Motheo TVET College principal Dipiloane Phutsisi has received the 2018 Vision 2030 Driver for Change Award, recognising her leadership.

The award recognises the achievements and success stories of individuals that are actively demonstrating alignment to the government’s nine-point plan to boost economic growth and achieve the milestones set by the National Development Plan (NDP).

Phutsisi was presented the accolade at the Vision 2030 Summit held on 21 June in Johannesburg.

She was recognised for positive change brought in the management of the college since her appointment as principal.

Phutsisi was appointed shortly after the college was out of administration from 2011 to 2013.

She was voted for ma­naging to instil a culture of accountability, punctuality and responsibility amongst lecturers and college officials.

Phutsisi also ensured that the students receive study material upon registration to ensure that teaching and learning commence in time.

She also created access with success for learners with disability.

The Vision 2030 Summit enables business and government to connect, identify and share best practices of leading companies and organisations that have implemented successful development and investment projects.

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