West Coast College honoured for role played in Skills Development

//West Coast College honoured for role played in Skills Development

West Coast College honoured for role played in Skills Development

West Coast College, one of the Top Ten Technical Vocational Education and Training Colleges in the Country as announced in 2019, has been honoured with a certificate of excellence at the recent Transport Education and Training Authority (TETA) Skills Summit held in Gauteng.
The awarding of this certificate is in recognition of the College’s passion and expertise in the field of skills development in the transport sector. The Gala event was attended by various TETA stakeholders and included the Minister of Transport Dr Blade Nzimande and the Deputy Minister of the Department of Higher Education and Training Buti Manamela.

“West Coast College is proud to have been honoured by TETA with this certificate of excellence. This certificate supports our vision to be an internationally recognised Technical Vocational, Education and Training (TVET) institution responsive to the skills development and training needs of the 21st century,” said Rhazia Hamza, West Coast College Deputy Principal for Innovation and Development.

The certificate was received by Lumkile Ralarala, West Coast College Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Manager. “West Coast College is honoured to have been selected to be honoured at this auspicious occasion, and know that the part that we play in the Skills Development of the region we serve could not be done without the support and assistance of our partner companies who place our students to further assist in their training and development;” said Lumkile

2019-05-22T21:53:30+00:00 May 21st, 2019|Categories: News|