We are very pleased to announce that 30 candidates from our Johannesburg and Noupoort Light of Hope Homes have completed Level 1 and Level 2 of their National Certificates in Information Technology: End User Computing.
We are very pleased to announce that 30 candidates from our Johannesburg and Noupoort Light of Hope Homes have completed Level 1 and Level 2 of their National Certificates in Information Technology: End User Computing. This NQF Level 3 course requires the passing of eight levels of certification before receiving a full qualification, but the skills that the candidates have learnt are invaluable and are already making a difference to their lives. For example, some of the Noupoort candidates have made PowerPoint presentations for their small businesses, which they will use to advertise their products and hopefully grow their businesses. Not only is this beneficial to their businesses, but their confidence and self-belief has also grown dramatically as a result of their new skills.
Based on the success of these two projects, in partnership with local schools and charities, The Foundation is planning to set up three more training centres in 2023. The areas of focus include the communities of Bongindawo in KwaZulu Natal, Soshanguve north of Pretoria, and Promosa, Potchefstroom.
A big thank you to Entelect Software for sponsoring these students’ studies, and to ServeSA Trading for making this reality possible. ServeSA Trading is an MICT SETA accredited education and training provider, which is 100 percent owned by The Foundation’s not-for-profit charities (i.e., the Light of Hope Homes and Schools NPC and ServeSA Communities NPC).
Certified smiles from the Noupoort delivery centre.
Certified smiles at the Johannesburg Light of Hope Home.
Training in action at ServeSA's Noupoort delivery centre.
A celebratory meal: two certificates down, six to go!