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Being in a workplace gaining experience and also gaining knowledge for me is the most amazing opportunity, the ability to thinking openly and having a reason for the decision I have taken what good or bad for that particular choice. I gain independence and the drive towards I want for myself and in the future including planning accordingly and determination. ... Read More »

Climbing the Ladder of Success


This is a great opportunity that anyone would grab with both hands and walk up straight with their head held high. Hunger for success in the Business Administration field will surely follow. After years have gone by, thinking and wondering when will my time come, knocking on doors but no one is there to answer, sitting at home day by ... Read More »

Kaytech Atlantis Training Ends With A Plant Tour


Posted:  September 30, 2014 The best way of teaching someone something is to get them involved. During my last day of Module 3 training at Kaytech the learners took me through a tour of the whole plant. Each learner as a team leader had an opportunity to show me the operational side of their responsibilities. It was such an amazing ... Read More »

Ramsay Shopfloor Leadership Development Programme – Group A

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Posted By: Hugh Timm on August 18, 2014 We have recently had the pleasure of being entrusted with conducting a ShopFloor Leadership Development Program for Ramsay Engineering in Pietermaritzburg. The training intervention was of 24 ‘Team/Group Leaders’ with a total commitment from Senior Management to leverage the best possible outcome from the training. Senior Management had identified people development as ... Read More »

Training in A Scenic Cape Town

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Posted: August 07, 2014 My second visit to Cape Town for Kaytech Atlantis Management Level 3 Module 2 training coincides with an approaching cold front and very cold wet weather. Imagine taking off in Durban at 27 degrees Celsius and land in Cape Town at 13 degrees Celsius. What a drastic change in temperatures. One could not resist taking that ... Read More »

The Return of our Humpbacks

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Posted By: Olwethu Bandezi on July 14, 2014 Around the beginning of June every year the Bluff head office is treated to the annual arrival of whales to the Bluff shore. Each year R100.00 is up for grabs to the first person to spot the arrival of the whales in the Spot the Whale office challenge. Previously the whales have ... Read More »

Quality Products from Polyoak Packaging


Posted by Irene James, 01 July 2014 There are some groups and clients that you never want to let go of when you are a training provider. Polyoak Packaging is one such client that is very close to Dionysus’ heart. The organisation has a national network spanning 13 manufacturing and distribution centers in Southern Africa. Polyoak Packaging was established in ... Read More »

Team Leader 3 – Spar Graduation Ceremony


Posted By: Irene James on June 27, 2014 SPAR’s training centre in Phoenix, Durban, was transformed into a beautifully draped venue, with fairy lights, goodie bags and treats, and abuzz with excited, proud robed graduates. The beautiful occasion, put together by HR Development Manager, Natalie Busby and her hard working team, laid the platform for a very happy occasion. The Dionysus ... Read More »

ECR Big Walk 2014

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Posted By: Jeannette Shelton on May 20, 2014 Wow! Who knew 30 000 odd people were so many! We arrived at Moses Mabhida Stadium at 08:30 a.m. knowing that our starting time was to be 09:45 a.m.  The parking lot was pretty full by then so we had a long way to walk to the bus pick-up point that was to ... Read More »

ASDSA Supports Skills Development Practitioners


Posted By: Irene James on May 22, 2014 Calling all SDFs and associated stakeholders.  The ASDSA – Association for Skills Development in South Africa is a Section 21 company run by SDPs for SDPs. The life of a Skills Development Practitioner (SDP) can be an altruistic, and often lonely one – and one that can drain the individual who has ... Read More »

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