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SA sends 50 trainees to China for nuclear power plant skills development

South Africa has sent 50 trainees to China for training in nuclear power plant operations in preparation for the imminent procurement of the nuclear-build programme.

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Transnet to spend R7.7 billion on training future graduates

Transnet announced on Monday that it would be spending R7.7 billion on training initiatives in order to meet its capacity requirements in line with its Market Demand Strategy.

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How MiWay inspires with Men in the Making

While it has its own active corporate social investment programmes, short term insurance innovator MiWay is firmly behind the Men in the Making Day initiative. That’s because the company believes in the concept of inspiring teenagers to become positive agents for change in their broader circles of influence and to help more youngsters grow into responsible, caring adults.

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Nzimande set to open skills centre in Richmond KZN

Skills training is going rural as Richmond in the KwaZulu-Natal midlands will soon have a new training centre.  

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Business strategy needs to drive how organisations train their employees

South African companies should not treat e-learning as a one-size-fits-all solution for training employees in new business systems and processes, but instead regard it as one tool of many for making their business strategy come to life.

South African companies should not treat e-learning as a one-size-fits-all solution for training employees in new business systems and processes, but instead regard it as one tool of many for making their business strategy come to life.

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