Mshiniwami graduation

"The gathering today is one in celebration of the achievements of our youth,"

The Bulletin News
Quality Control graduation students

Mshiniwami Artisan Academy’s Quality Control students graduated on Wednesday 6 June. 39 Beaming students gathered at the academy to receive their trade certificates.
“The gathering today is one in celebration of the achievements of our youth,” said Bethuel Mabiletsa, CEO of Mshiniwami/Jomele Training and Placements. “We look today and admire the persistence, endurance and passion of our staff and learners for it is they who have achieved and realised an impossible dream against tremendous odds.”
In congratulating the students, Mr Mabiletsa revealed that 39 learners completed their International Welding Inspection courses, making them them Level 1 Quality Inspectors. 21 learners completed their Safety Officer including Samtrac for General Industry courses. “It is with immense satisfaction and pride that I announce that of the 21 Safety Officers, 16 have been offered and have taken up employment within the Hydra Arc Group,” Mabiletsa said.
Millicent Chuma, one of the graduates, was elated to receive her certificate. “After three years, I am finally qualified. I am so happy to receive this honour and I hope it opens doors for me,” she said.
Mabiletsa went on to urge competitors of Mshiniwami and fellow companies operating and benefitting from the South African marketplace to “take up those learners who are still seeking employment and help fulfill their dreams as well.”


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