As we prepare to close out Phase 1 of the WorkFit Campaign, our team has spent some time reflecting over the past 20 months to identify and acknowledge key events which have been critical in the evolution and success of the project. Hosting Public Workshops Brings
July 2019 represents the 20th month of the WorkFit Campaign advancing South African youth employability programmes. During these 20 months, WorkFit has had numerous engagements with different stakeholders across this space. One of the most successful engagements to date has been with DHET’s Career Development Services
At the onset of the WorkFit Campaign, the team decided that it was important to recommend policy changes that would affect positive change in the TVET space. Given that partnerships are a key topic in the WorkFit Toolkit, the team chose to focus their efforts
WorkFit’s Chris Vorwerk was invited to speak at SABPP’s (South African Board for People’s Practice) second Learning and Development Conference. The conference took place on Wednesday, 29 May at Birchwood Conferencing centre and was filled with a host of diverse speakers. The conference focused on
On Friday, 12 April the WorkFit Campaign was invited to present to Port Elizabeth’s monthly Human Resources (HR) Forum. This event was held at Harambee’s PE offices and hosted 70 individuals from different organisations, all with an interest in HR practices and youth employability. The event
The National Skills Authority's 2019 Skills Conference was centred around ‘Building a demand-led skills development system that focuses on inclusive economic growth’. The WorkFit Campaign was lucky enough to not only attend this prestigious conference but also to engage with the delegates as an exhibitor.