Introducing WorkFit Campus

Introducing WorkFit Campus

The events held in Cape Town and Johannesburg towards the end of August had one thing in common: celebrating the end of a successful first phase of the WorkFit Campaign and introducing the exciting second phase: WorkFit Campus.

 

WorkFit Campus is a self-directed learning programme which aims to help you advance your youth employability programmes. Born out of the overwhelming request for a tangible training programme based on the WorkFit Toolkit, the focus of the Campus is to grow a community of practice and help organisations and youth employability role players to improve their very own programmes.

 

There are 5 main components to the programme, making up the course structure as follows:

 

  1.     Introduction to Youth Unemployment and Demand-Driven Training
  2.     The Skills Value Chain for Employability
  3.     The Role-players
  4.     Diagnostic Assessment of your Skills Value Chain
  5.     Solving Programme Challenges

 

The course will take approximately 3 months to complete depending on the complexity of the challenge you want to solve as well as what you want to achieve.

 

The target audience is very broad, including but not limited to the following:

BBBEE Managers

 

Career Guidance Practitioners

 

CSI/CSR/CSV Managers

 

Human Resources

 

Partnership Managers

 

Project Managers

 

Researchers

 

Skills Development Facilitators

 

SSS Practitioners

 

Training Managers

Bursary Managers

 

Community/Employer liaison

 

Fundraisers

 

Lecturer

 

Policy Makers

 

Recruitment Practitioners

 

SETA staff

 

Skills Development Providers

 

Training Consultants

 

WIL Co-Ordinators

There are only a limited amount of bursaries available for the first round of registrations: of the 30 spaces available, only 18 remain. So head over to WorkFit Campus or scan the QR Code now to secure your space.

Stephanie Bührer

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