Majuba TVET College hosts a Business Breakfast to strengthen its partnerships

Majuba TVET College and external stakeholders gladly pose for a photo after the Business Breakfast meeting.

Recently Majuba TVET College hosted a Business Breakfast Meeting for its partners and potential partners in the Public and Private Sector, at Tramonto Boutique Hotel in Newcastle.

The aim of the meeting was to promote and strengthen Workplace Based Learning within the two Sectors. This meeting was organised by the Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Unit together with the Occupational Programmes Unit (OPU).

In attendance were the Interim College Council Chairperson, Dr. P. D Thabethe and Interim College Council Deputy Principal, Mr. P. R. Bhagwandass, Mr. S. J Mlotshwa (Majuba TVET College Principal) and all College Senior Management. Guests from Singapore (Institute of Technical Education) graced the event with their presence as well as a variety of external stakeholders that have partnered with the College and potential partners from various business sectors.

Mr. S. J. Mlotshwa (Principal – Majuba TVET College) hands over a small token of appreciation to Ms B. Shoo (Enterprise Singapore).

The College Principal, Mr. S. J. Mlotshwa greeted and welcomed all distinguished guests and extended a special warm hearted welcome to guests all the way from Singapore. “Majuba TVET College is very proud to partner with esteemed Sectors of the economy to promote Skills Development and Workplace Based Learning. Workplace Based Learning is a critical component of Education and Training within the TVET Sector,” said Mr. Mlotshwa.

The meeting continued with the partners from Singapore at the College Central Office before heading to the College Training Centre for a tour of the College’s Engineering Workshops.