A new client Omame Freshly Clean from Inkosi Albert Luthuli Hospital. It was exciting to train 15 Supervisors on our Supervisory Development Program in October and November 2017 on Sanda Skills premises.
Learners from different host companies who are now doing Internship as part os Sanda Skills Development (Pty)Ltd project contracted with Service SETA. interventions for these Internships are LP05: University students and LP06: College students Host companies below are Mselelni Hospital, Umkhanyakude Department of Education, Elangeni College, Shaka Marine, Action Coach, RK Khan Hospital. These learners are […]
Learners on their last day of the training and there are receiving Certificates of Attendance. they were doing two Unit Standards which are: 1. Apply principles and concepts of emotional intelligence to the management of self and others. 2. Initiate disciplinary action
This is yet another program introduced by RSWM and that has kept Sanda Skills Development in its toes. We have been researching tirelessly before, during, and even after each module in order to provide a perspective that is relevant to what women are facing in the workplace. The class comprises of 15 very competitive women […]
This group of employees is also from Roads and Storm Water Maintenance. We train them for more than a month usually they attend for about 3 months, because of their ability levels differs from others. Firstly we conduct assessments to determine which category they belong to. Whether its 53 days, 77 days, 96 days, or […]