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20 Sedibeng unemployed youth enrolled for the Education and Training Authority Learnership

SEDIBENG - 20 young people from communities in Sedibeng were accepted into the National Qualification Framework (NQF) 4 Public Sector Education and Training Authority Learnership programme, at the Emfuleni Local Municipality training centre in Duncanville, this past Thursday. A collaborative effort, spearheaded by the Gauteng Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (CoGTA), the National Youth Agency (NYDA), and the Public Service Sector Education and Training Authority (PSETA) through ELM, the learner programme aims to bolster economic prospects for unemployed youth in Sedibeng and West Rand regions. Over the course of 12 months, the learners will learn elementary and practical skills of starting a business, such as developing a business plan, researching business models and managing new businesses successfully. ELM Executive Mayor, Cllr. Sipho Radebe, expressed his enthusiasm for the initiative, highlighting its potential to empower local youth economically. He encouraged participants to harness the skills acquired to not only create employment opportunities but also to innovate solutions for community challenges.

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