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Wood Products Processing Learnership Certification Ceremony

Wood Products Processing Learnership Certification Ceremony

Our group of 101 Year 2014 learners were very dedicated people.
90% of level 1 learners and 100% of level 3 learners were deemed competent on their learnerships.
Attendance was excellent throughout the year with WPP Level 1 group C topping the attendance figures with only 1 learner being absent for 1 day of training (25 learners x 27 days of training = 675).
Masonite’s Training and Education Centre provided the venue for the Ceremony. Masonite’s beautiful banners provided a backdrop to the table from which learners received their certificates.

Mrs Asha Naidoo, Masonite (Africa) Ltd Training & Development Manager.

Mrs Asha Naidoo, Masonite (Africa) Ltd Training & Development Manager.

Mr Todd Clark, our WPP level 1 Group A and C and WPP level 3 Facilitator was our Master of Ceremonies and he and Mr Bhekuyise Hadebe, our WPP L1 Group B facilitator, ran proceedings.
Certificates were presented by Mr Carlo Piagesti, Masonite’s Site Manager, Mr S Qwabe Masonite’s ER Manager and Irene James, Dionysus’ CEO.
These learners received additional awards

These learners received additional awards

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Certificates were awarded to the following Year 2014 Outstanding Masonite Coaches
WPP 1: Dumisani Mbatha

WPP 1: Dumisani Mbatha

WPP 3:  Shakila Gopaul

WPP 3: Shakila Gopaul

Yr 2014 Cer Ceremony 20 Feb 2015 042 Yr 2014 Cer Ceremony 20 Feb 2015 039 WPP Level 1 learner Ms Bonisiwe Zwane and WPP Level 3 learner Mr Muvo Hadebe thanked both Masonite for providing the learnership opportunity and Dionysus for the facilitation of the learnerships.

Yr 2014 Cer Ceremony 20 Feb 2015 031 Masonite’s Site Manager, Mr Carlo Piagesti, congratulated the learners on a job well done and wished them every success in the future.

Yr 2014 Cer Ceremony 20 Feb 2015 037 Ms Lungile Shabangu, Fibre Processing and Manufacturing Sector Education and Training Authority’s Regional General Manager, addresses the learners and stressed the importance of using Skills acquired during their learnership in their quest in finding employment.

Mrs James, Dionysus’ CEO, encouraged learners to be pro-active in finding employment and demonstrated how entrepreneurs, amongst the learners, could possibly propagate cultural herbs and turn the activity into a possible lucrative business to serve a niche market.
The learners and dignitaries were treated to a delicious finger lunch at the conclusion of this memorable occasion.
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