Youngsters graduate in computing

2016-03-09 06:00
Chairperson of the Youth Portfolio Committee in iLembe Lindelani Zondi and representatives from the Department of Labour and MICT SETA with the graduates from iLembe. Photo: supplied

Chairperson of the Youth Portfolio Committee in iLembe Lindelani Zondi and representatives from the Department of Labour and MICT SETA with the graduates from iLembe. Photo: supplied

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TWENTY-FIVE End User – Computing students from the iLembe District Municipality graduated last week in Durban as part of a learnership programme funded by the Department of Labour partnering with Media Information Communication and Technology (MICT) SETA.

The Department of Labour has taken an initiative in reactivating the unemployed and combating long term unemployment by partnering with MICT SETA to equip the unemployed youth with training to assist them become productive and employable.

The learnership programme combined work based experience with structured learning (theory and practice). The students were part of a group of 75 that graduated with 50 coming from eThekwini Metro.

iLembe was sought by the Labour Department to provide experiential learning, provide a mentor and have a mentor sign the students log sheets.

The 25 students were recruited by iLembe and were afforded six months work placement in the district municipality, the local labour offices and the Mandeni Local Municipality.

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