Africa is under skilled and under trained. Add to this the ongoing discoveries of natural resources, the growing populations, the related infrastructural demand, the growing Global Market demand for the mineral resources and wealth that lies beneath the African soil, the quota system which doesn’t allow you to bring in the lacking skills in sufficient numbers and you have a fairly challenging problem.
Fortunately, all African governments want the educational upliftment of their people, so that their people can become more employable and potentially assist the country in growing the GDP. This provides an Ideal opportunity for companies operating in the African market, to uplift the communities they operate in, to provide job opportunities and suitably skilled people and to align themselves with local government requirements and expectations.
We believe that technical skill development is the key to GDP growth. Our focus is 80% practical and 20% theory. Our options are, but limited to:
- Up-skill ingof local nationals through the initial employment of Third Country Nationals Artisans or as we say “on the job training”.
- Part time training in the job environment (Saturday’s and Sunday’s school).
- Formal training through a training centre, theory and practical combination.
Areas of training include:
- Trade and Artisan skills.
- Administration and Logistics
- Leadership and Supervision.
- Work force prep training.
- Disabled training in various categories.