Student lauded for skills

2019-05-08 06:02
Prof. Henk de Jager, vice-chancellor and principal of the Central University of Technology, presents a prize to Rethabile Moletsane. Photo: Supplied

Prof. Henk de Jager, vice-chancellor and principal of the Central University of Technology, presents a prize to Rethabile Moletsane. Photo: Supplied

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A student in Construction Management at the Central University of Technology’s (CUT) Free State campus won the prize for her ability to demonstrate an understanding of customer service.

Rethabile Moletsane won the prize during a roadshow held to raise awareness and ensure that students understand, achieve and embrace the graduate attributes. which is in demand in the constantly changing business environment.

The roadshow was an initiative of the CUT’s Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching (CILT).

The event is deemed important to the constantly changing work environment in which graduates are not only expected to possess a qualification, but also interdisciplinary skills.

According to Prof. Henk de Jager, vice-chancellor and principal of the CUT, graduate attributes are skills that students need to succeed.

“If you have these skills, you will succeed in your career and personal life.”

He said that every university exists to serve its students and put their needs first.

“We need to assist students in graduating and playing a critical role in improving society,” De Jager said.

“The CILT has been established to support students in their studies. As management, we value the importance of these graduate attributes.”

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