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Categories: Blog,June 2017

If your company needs to spend more funds on training qualifying black people to earn your sub-minimum on the Skills development element for your B-BBEE scorecard, we have at least fifty African black men and women lined up and pre-registered for training. All they need is the funding.

New legislation requires Child Care Workers (CCW) to have a basic training and SETA accredited qualification to register.  And this process needs to be put in place this year already.

At Abraham Kriel Childcare we have developed NQF level 4 training for child and youth care work, which is highly regarded in the industry. Unfortunately most NGO’s that employ good child care workers to care for children and youth in dire need are underfunded and unable to access the necessary training. The cost of training a CCW comes to R15 000 for the entire ten month course.

These CCW’s are employed. Their training can be regarded as Learnership and it will benefit the children and youth that they care for.

Your company’s investment will:

  • Earn your company much needed Skills Development points for your B-BBEE scorecard.
  • Ensure better care for the children and youth that this organisation is responsible for.
  • Empower the organisation that the trainees come from to continue their services.
  • Help make the services offered by Abraham Kriel Childcare more sustainable.

Please contact Morgan Mahala at morgan@abrahamkriel.org or on 011 839-3058/60 for more information or to arrange a visit to Abraham Kriel Childcare.