Why not study from home?
‘Training and Education Expo’ to showcase local facilities
RUSTENBURG – Are you a learner struggling to decide on your tertiary education? Or are you stuck in your career or between jobs needing to reassess your options? Rustenburg has more to offer than one expects!
Not only does the city offer top notch training facilities but various enrichment courses as well.
Something as simple as a computer, cooking or photography course can change your life.
The fourth Training & Education Expo, promises to be representative of what the formal and informal market has to offer residents.
Whether you need a career or a life enriching experience, make a note of the Training & Education Expo in the Waterfall Mall from 28 July to 1 August.
The event organisers are confident that they have searched high and low to put together a unique showcase of preferred employees, schools, colleges and training institutions that promises to open your mind as what Rustenburg has to offer its residents.
The leading mining groups are on board, sharing information regarding career & bursary opportunities with visitors.
Whether you are looking for a career or simply staying abreast of developments by empowering yourself with knowledge, you will find a wide selection of courses on offer: First Aid, mine safety, bookkeeping, business administration, artisan training, computing and software, photography, starting up a home business, beauty courses, art classes or how to start a career in flying
And for those visitors who really do not know what to study, help can be found at the participating career guidance facilitators.
This Expo presents an opportunity to companies to raise your profile to the public at large, recruit the right candidates and showcase your establishment to the Rustenburg community.
Until then, we leave you with this quote;-
‘’What is the recipe for successful achievement? To my mind there are just four essential ingredients: Choose a career you love, give it the best there is in you, seize your opportunities, and be a member of the team.” – Benjamin F. Fairless
For more information call the event organisers Marikie Visser Marketing Mix on tel. (014) 537-113 or 082 8007822.
Last year learners visited various preferred employees to find out more about bursaries and career opportunities in the mining industry.
The presence of personnel from various mines facilitated the process to learn more about what the industry has to offer.
Schools such as Lebone College made good use of the opportunity to showcase their activities to the community.