Computer training centre: free training in basic computer skills.

Computer Training Centre

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Computer Training Centre

Our computer training centre was situated at our offices in 73 Woburn Avenue, Benoni. The centre opened in February 2006 and accommodated up to 38 learners in a single sitting. The computer training center hassince then been reopened with brand new equipment at the Education Center at Oliver’s House in Putfontein. Our training centre was established to afford grade 11 and 12 learners, who do not have access to a computer at home or school, the opportunity to gain computer skills. The training centre is also available to unemployed and disadvantaged persons who wish to gain computer skills in order to increase their chances of finding employment. All the facilities offered at the computer training centre are completely free of charge.

SETA Accreditation

SETA stands for Sector Education and Training Authority. Our computer training centre received SETA accreditation in July 2014. Our computer training centre falls under the Services Sector Education and Training Authority (SSETA). The benefits of having SETA accreditation is that our computer training centre teaches a set of specific standards relating to computer skills training as prescribed by the SSETA. Once a trainee has received certification from our computer training centre this means that he/she has attained a level and quality of training recognised throughout South Africa.

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Meet Anderson

Anderson - Our Computer Training Centre EducatorView
Anderson - Our Computer Training Centre Educator

Anderson

Anderson has just started managing our training centre since April 2017. His work experience includes remedial teaching and he has a background in the retail industry< >

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Anderson has been managing our training centre since April 2017. His work experience includes remedial teaching and he has a background in the retail industry. While still working in the retail industry Anderson enrolled at UNISA to study business management. At Oliver’s House Anderson manages three computer classes per day and each class comprises up to thirty students.

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