Unemployed youth program squashes scam claims

Ms. Tebogo Nkwana who works on a weekend basis and also a Grade RR teacher

The Eudemonia Primary Co-operative PTY Limited is a 12 months online program based in Irene Centurion, Gauteng but operates nationwide. Its main objective is to assist the unemployed youth in Soshanguve and other neighbouring areas to enhance their career paths with qualifications offered by the Centre.

Amongst the recruiters is Ms. Tebogo Nkwana who works on a weekend basis and also a Grade RR teacher by profession at Kiddies Adventure Pre-school in Soshanguve.

She explained how a lot of sceptical people called this program a scam until she had to produce her ID; it’s usually a document from The Eudemonia Skills Centre which she always carries as proof.

“I realized that the youth of Soshanguve refrain from grabbing the opportunities of getting equipped with different skills. They always find excuses for studying online and they are always curious about getting stipends”, she said.

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However, Tebogo and her team of recruiters are still traveling to other areas to look for the youth in need of an educational breakthrough

They always find excuses for studying online and they are always curious about getting stipends”,

She said

 The youth can either choose from studying Business Management Level 2, Business Administration Level 2 or Skills studies, all three courses free of charge.

Youth between the ages of 18 and 27 are called out to apply. The applicants must in possession of valid Grade 10/11/12 results, which are essential in order to be absorbed. The results must be accompanied by a resume of not more than two pages as well as uncertified Identity Document copies.

Candidates with matric are advised to apply for Business Management courses and those with lower qualifications will be enrolled for skills studies. After the completion of courses, accredited qualifications will be awarded to successful candidates.

Kgaugelo Madzibane

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