The Job Shop

All under one roof, Job-Seeker Empowerment: Registration/RPL assessment; Up-skills training inc. on advanced machinery in scarce-skills in artisanal sectors; Hand-on training in our commercial manufacturing engineering centre

 On-the-job training, promoting financial viability & long-term sustainability of Vukani's vital programmes; Placement of up-skilled work-seekers into gainful employment; Replication of the programmes to other vulnerable areas.

The Job Shop Phase I Pilot Project was conceived in 2012 and is now well under way in eMalahleni, Mpumalanga, where high concentration of heavy industries creates demand for well trained, skilled labour. The Job Shop is a result of a partnerships between Vukani-Ubuntu and FACON (an established, BEE compatible SMME steel engineering company), and also Vukani's other key stakeholder partners & funders. This project is beneficiating the large unemployed community made up of Historically Disadvantaged Individuals (HDIs), through providing essential training services directly to work seekers and to industry. The up-skills training is aligned with the national skills priorities, the NDP-2030, specific needs by Industry (via stakeholder engagement), and other important government goals – this is driving Vukani's strategy.

The Job Shop empowers and beneficiates 1200 primary & secondary beneficiaries, of whom 750 are women and 70 are people with disabilities.
Current research indicates that we can place about 40% of job-seekers directly into available jobs – provided they are assessed, graded and linked directly with job-providers. Hence, the activities are streamlined to provide job-placement assistance to about 600 job-seekers.

Project Manager

vukani-ubuntu

Project management, 17 years of community development, R 100 mil raised in grant-funds, ‘’Unique Integrated Development Model’’

Project

jobshop

Benefits large unemployed community, providing essential services directly to work-seekers, Development of scare and critical artisan skills for the mining, engineering and energy sector in eMalahleni, (witbank), Mpumalanga.

Funders

eu idc