596 BankSeta learners to graduate

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596 BankSETA learners will graduate through the Letsema Learnership, a BankSETA initiative which offers students from previously disadvantaged communities the opportunity to study towards a banking qualification.


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Milpark Business School will graduate 596 learners on the BankSeta Letsema and Kuyasa Learnerships at national graduation ceremonies during the month of March.
The Letsema Learnership, a BankSeta initiative, offers students from previously disadvantaged communities the opportunity to study towards a banking qualification. The National Certificate in Banking Services Advice on NQF level 5 has been offered through Milpark since 2007. In 2010, the tender was awarded to Milpark to run this learnership program for another four years.

Milpark also runs the BankSeta Kuyasa learnership for unemployed graduates. As part of the NQF level 5 Certificate in Management Development students are given management exposure through their involvement in syndicate projects, corporate style presentations, academic and peer discussion groups and networking.

Milpark Business School is proud to be associated with the BankSeta learnerships and appreciates the important role it has to play in private higher education. Julian van der Westhuizen, CEO of Milpark Business School, says, "We celebrate the achievement of our graduates and wish them success in their future endeavours!?

For more information contact 011 718 4000 or visit Milpark Business School


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