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

​Donation

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.