To provide local high school learners with career guidance workshops to help them map out their pathways by choosing the right school subjects and to help them to make the right and informed career choices.
Employment readiness is defined as being able, with little or no outside help, to find, acquire and keep an appropriate job as well as to manage transitions. The outcome of this programme is the ability to enter and manage working environments.
This programme provides advice and guidance on how to ensure a solid administrative base for an organisation. We teach organisational structure, filing systems, office communication, how to manage telephone calls, appointments and visitors, books and forms, sending and receiving letters, and much more.
In this programme we teach the history of beans, how to grind coffee, how coffee beans differ, popular coffee beverages, milk frothing techniques, latte art and machine care and maintenance.
As we shift towards paperless workspaces, every function requires interaction with computers. Those with advanced computer skills get the edge in interviews as this is desired by employers. This includes using basic applications such as Microsoft Office.
Life skills increase young people’s well-being and helps them to develop into active and productive members of their communities. In this programme we explore topics such as confidence, sportsmanship, flexibility, persistence, co-operation, independence, responsibility, leadership, goal setting, time management, health awareness, decision making, respect, positive relations, communication, self-worth, courage, and more.