Archive for the tag: ‘Abet’
Article as appeared on 18 October 2012
Two Abagold employees received accolades at the recent AgriSETA annual excellence awards ceremony.
Faniswa Mtebele was nominated for the best adult basic education and training pupil, and Sihle Dlamini for best intern.
Both nominees were selected as finalists in their respective categories and were flown to Johannesburg to attend a gala [...]
Article as it appeared on 2 December 2010 in the
Abagold has been a forerunner in the AgriSeta training system and is one of the first farms that has managed to put its workers in the system and has now also been the first farm where accredited training has taken place.
After its investigation into the training [...]
Article as appeared in
On Thursday, 19 August, Abagold awarded 27 certificates to 24 employees who successfully completed their ABET exams. The number of ABET certificates issued to Abagold staff since the programme’s implementation in 2005, now stands at 170.
Mzoxolo Mkwenkwana, recently promoted to a second-in-charge on Sea View farm, successfully completed both the English and [...]
Article as appeared in the Fish Farmer Magazine - March/April 2010
ABAGOLD Limited is the first abalone farm in South Africa to participate in a far-reaching adult education programme for their staff. Steve McVeigh spoke with Abagold’s training manager, Mynhardt van Dyk, about the programme and its success.
“With rurally educated people from previously disadvantaged backgrounds looking for employment in [...]
Article as appeared in the Hermanus Times - 1 January 2010
At the seventh Abagold ABET (Adult Basic Education and Training) certificate ceremony on Thursday, 10 December, nine learners received certificates. Leonoré Steneveldt, obtained a level 4 certificate in English communication. Four learners obtained their first certificates.
Abagold staff attended several other training courses recently and also [...]