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Mfesane seeks to capacitate, equip and inspire communities with knowledge, skills and facilitate opportunities to improve their economic status as well as making better decisions around their basic health care for self and sick members.
By providing skills training for financially disadvantaged, unskilled and vulnerable people in our communities, we see the emergence of skilled artisans who can take advantage of employment opportunities and a better position in the labour market. We also see the growth of sustainable projects and betterment of living conditions because of increased income. This leads to uplifted communities and builds our nation.
The benefits of our training and development programmes include:
HEALTH & WELFARE EDUCATION
Mfesane Child and Youth Care Work - Occupational Certificate
Mfesane Health Promotion Officer - Occupational Certificate
Mfesane Victim Empowerment and Support - National Certificate
2019 COURSES, DATES & FEES
Basic sewing skills
Welding & Construction (including Arc and gas welding, MIG and TIG welding, Pipe welding, Bricklaying, Plastering)
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Give Yourself A Job, Life Skills
NPO CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT COURSES
Resource Mobilisation, Financial Management, Governance, Community Development, Project Management
Tangible stories of hope and change
"In 2017 Mfesane trained 553 individuals in marketable skills. 294 participants were either placed in jobs or upskilled in their fields, 78 participants went on to further their education and 3 individuals started their own businesses. In 2018 we saw 52 individuals completing welding courses, 34 people learnt how to lay bricks and plaster, 49 learners completed Child & Youth Care qualifications, 230 people did Community Health courses and 62 students completed our Give Yourself A Job workshops. 68 trainees were placed in on-the-job training and six trainees were placed under fair labour conditions. This is a great record of helping people to help themselves through skills training and placements." - Khayakazi, Mfesane Training Manager
By collaborating with our communities and local, provincial and national government, we hope to identify the most marginalised people in these communities and together find “useful work” that will help improve their livelihoods and cushion the impact of unemployment. Nomvuyo Baba, ex-CEO: Mfesane