JobTalk October 2015

We present to you...The Job Shop

A first for South Africa: The Job Shop project is a unique one stop “shop” which can alleviate the critical artisan skill shortage in South Africa by training and upskilling.

A first for South Africa: The Job Shop project is a unique one stop “shop” which can alleviate the critical artisan skill shortage in South Africa by training and upskilling. The Job Shop is a ground-breaking initiative of Vukani-Ubuntu Community Development Projects and is funded by the EU (European Union) and IDC (Industrial Development Corporation). The Job Shop is attracting international attention by providing much needed services not only to the mining and manufacturing industries, but also to the unemployed disadvantaged communities.

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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