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Work Readiness


It has been said that looking for work is a job.  Our Work Readiness programmes provides learners with the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities to effectively and efficiently enter the job market.

It is important to have and develop certain skills that promotes your personal brand and improves your marketability as an employee.

Welcome To Work

Welcome to Work is a uniquely designed work readiness programme that gives first time job seekers useful tools and techniques for entering the working environment.


The My Application module is the foundation of our Work Readiness programme and focuses on “pre-employment” aspects of the job finding process.

There are a variety of ways to go about finding a job and recruiters are flooded with applications from qualified and experienced candidates.

This course will provide learners with the skills required to draft effective cover letters, compose informative and effective CV’s. The summary of this course will equip learners with the tools required for compile an effective job application while communicating appropriately.


The interview is a nerve racking experience and is often the downfall for the perfect candidate.

This course will provide learners with the skills and abilities required to prepare for and conduct an interview effectively. This course will enable the learners to do quality research regarding employment opportunities and become familiar with the various employment tests that are done.

Learners will also be made aware of their rights and responsibilities regarding the selection and placement regulations in South Africa.


The employment arena is largely impacted by social media and an individuals ability to be able to effectively network.

This course will provide learners with the skills required to effectively navigate and manage career progression. The course equips the learner with the necessary tools to effectively take advantage of opportunities by making use of sales, networking and personal mastery principles.

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