Regional Training News – Western Cape

The NQF Level 4 Plastic Manufacturing Learnerships that started in 2017 are about to be finalized in February 2018.

 Learners from Alplas Plastics, Micro Mouldings, Myplas and UV Tooling with Technical Trainer Grant Crosby-Emery.

Manufacturing and Assembly Operations Supervision NQF Level 4 is a firm favourite with companies, as the benefits are far-reaching and can be seen as a true ROI (Return on Investment). The qualification can be done as a Learnership or individual Skills Programmes can be chosen.

Companies that have taken advantage of the benefits to upskill their Supervisors, Team Leaders and Junior Managers include, Alplas Plastics, Akacia Medical, Sandplast Injection Moulding, Barno Plastics, Barr’s Pharmaceutical’s, Hotflo and Satchwell Controls (Divisions of Actom), Plastform, Thermopac, Mpact Versapak, Micro Mouldings, Jeff Art Signs, Superthene Films, UV Tooling, Zibo Containers, Conro Precision and Cape Steel Core.

Andrew Murray and Isabelle Brettenny of PSA with Sean Stuttaford (CEO of Alplas Plastics) and their Supervisory Management delegate, Sarah Smith.


Mpact Versapak in Paarl, sent 10 delegates to complete their Supervisory Management Learnerships/National Qualification.

 Genene Barnard (middle), HR Manager with 4 of their delegates.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT Kim Arendse on 021 – 591 5512 or