Regional News from Gauteng

Learnership Updates

2019 learnerships are going very well; our target this year is to train a minimum of 100 learners.

The following companies have enrolled learners on learnerships.

NQF Level 4 Plastics Manufacturing: Learners from Hellermann Tyton, Baires Plastics and Pipeflo seen here with Amos Mkhonto (middle) of Plastics SA

NQF 4 Supervisory Management: Multotec

NQF Level 2 Production Technology / Plastics Manufacturing: Learners from Flexible Packages Convertors, Transpaco Flexibles and Pioneer Plastics with Mark Malan of Plastics SA.

NQF Level 5 Generic Management:  Candidates from Hellermann Tyton and Tupperware

Training Information Sharing breakfast

We would like to thank all guests who attended our 2019 Information-Sharing Breakfast.  We would also like to express our gratitude to the following companies that donated gift prizes for the event that took place in Midrand in March 2019:

  • Tupperware donated 50 Eco drinking water bottles
  • Pioneer donated two 60-litre cooler boxes
  • Plastic Bubbles donated two plastic laundry baskets
  • Hellermann Tyton donated cable ties

Photograph:  Info-Sharing Breakfast Speakers: From left: Matshidiso Phala (Merseta), Roxanne Da Mata (Strata-G Labour Solutions), Kirtida Bhana (Plastics SA), Isaya Ntuli (Plastics SA) and Thulani Tshabalala (Merseta).

Multotec Graduation


Multotec Learnership Graduates feeling really proud of their latest achievements! 

Thank you to Endres Dies and Moulds for donating a mould which will be put to good use in future training programmes.

​In-house Training

Plastics SA recently presented Basic Raw Materials training at Safripol’s premises.

Jeff-Art Signs trained all of their team leaders on NQF 4 Supervisory Management Phase 1:Effective Planning

Chespak also trained some of their employees on Injection Moulding and Principles of Quality.

​Thank you to each and every company for your continued support.