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ZA Wit Training aspires to be the most relevant and responsive post-secondary training institute in South Africa.

ZA Wit Training prepares students to succeed in meaningful careers, find employment in their chosen field and have the skills necessary to have an immediate impact. It provides an exceptional educational experience centered on high-quality practical instruction and a relevant curriculum.

ZA Wit (Pty) Ltd is a Skills Development Provider which was incorporated in 2012 offering professional training and human resources services to organizations of all sizes and the services have been impactful within the private and public sector.

ZA Wit endeavors to see a return on investment in the form of increased representation of employees notably those with a disability in our economy. To address the skills gap particularly of persons living with disabilities that remain significantly underrepresented in our economy, ZA Wit  endeavours to upskilling and reskilling of both unemployed and employed people especially marginalized groups to improve human skills.

ZA Wit an accredited training provider by Media Information Communication and Technology (MICT) Seta, an authorized partner CompTIA and Microsoft to provide various IT related qualifications

ZA Wit Training is a champion in experiential learning and works directly with employers to make sure students can network effectively and develop in a professional manner throughout their studies, we aspire to be the most relevant and responsive post-secondary training institute in South Africa.

Training Courses:
https://zawit.co.za/our-courses/
Email us:
emmaw [at] zawit.co.za
Telephone:
+27 (012) 004-1549
Accreditation Status:
Full Accreditation
ETQA:
MICTSETA
ETQA Accreditation #:
LPA /00/2019/07/0022
Location:
Gauteng
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