Foundation students graduate

2019-07-09 06:00
Graduates, Leston Sauls and William Kaserori.

Graduates, Leston Sauls and William Kaserori.

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On the evening of Friday 28 June, Where Rainbows Meet Training and Development Foundation hosted their graduation ceremony at Capricorn Primary School hall.

More than 60 trainees from the foundation were cloaked, capped and awarded with a certificate for completing their Work Readiness and Skills for Life training at the organisation.

They are among the students of the foundation who do computer and life skills courses; small business development courses; and sewing and beading courses.

Project manager at the foundation Kyle Cupido said: “They were accompanied by a partner to witness and share their achievements.

“Some were very emotional and teary. They developed, they grew, they encouraged and they motivated others. What seemed impossible became possible, their goals were met, and they did it with dedication, hard work and commitment.”

He commended them on their efforts, saying they rose above all odds and they made it through together.

He continued: “This graduation was extra special as we had a group of students who we recruited from Pelican Park for the second time; we transported them to and from Pelican Park to the organisation daily for eight weeks.”

This group completed the computer course as well as the life skills programme. They thanked the organisation for coming out and promoting the computer training programme in the communities of Pelican Park and New Horizon.

“We couldn’t be prouder and more honoured to have walked this journey with all of them, to have stood beside them, watch them grow and develop into so much more than they were when they stepped into the foundation on the first day,” Cupido concluded. V To find out more about Where Rainbows Meet Training and Development Foundation call 021 205 3496.

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