14 October 2019
In support of developing young potential, the CSIR International Convention Centre (CSIR ICC) has appointed 6 students for a six-month experiential learning programme geared to help them receive their respective national qualifications.
Capacity development has continuously been a priority for the CSIR ICC. To this end, the CSIR ICC has accommodated more than 20 in-service trainees over the years, some of whom are now permanently employed by the CSIR on a full-time or part-time basis.
The programme exposes the students to a real-life environment that links the value generated from day-to-day work to organisational impact. The learning experience challenges the students to move beyond their established classroom routines into a professional working zone.
The CSIR International Convention Centre urges other hospitality industry establishments to have such community involvement programmes to ensure that adequately skilled individuals are available for employment.
From left Boitumelo Nkosi, Simphiwe Xaba, Noluthando Gumede, Tshiamo Matlala, Mmaphuti Moloto and Khanyisile Twala.