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Marketing has undeniably become the most fundamental part of any business'
success, and behind all the world's market leaders are dynamic teams of
skilled, creative, and articulate marketing professionals.

To introduce the capacity building project the Public Service Sector Education
and Training Authority is hosting workshops around the country and is calling
on training providers in Gauteng and the Western Cape to participate...

Free study opportunities will be made available to prospective students in
Durban who want to pursue a career in manufacturing. This offer forms
part of the National Tooling Initiative Programme.

Using real-world engineering practices to conquer design and building
challenges, students in the engineering field of study will have the opportunity
to flex their creative muscles and compete at a national level.

The level of professionalism and skill displayed by public servants is expected
to increase as a result of the new National School of Government which will
offer training in public administration management.

Unemployed graduates in the IT, commerce, finance and business fields will
have the chance to broaden their employment opportunities through the new
NQF level 6 Business Analysis Learnership Programme established by FTI.

Although government considers the construction sector as part of the
country?s economic fibre, the sector is confronted with major delivery
challenges, says Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba.

Approximately 2000 people in the finance sector have successfully completed
their RPL assessments with the help of BankSeta, the banking and
microfinance sector education and training authority.

South Africa has distinguished itself as a destination of choice for the global
call centre industry. For this reason call centres have been identified as a
useful avenue for developing skills and create employment opportunities.


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