Sasol hosts conference to boost skills development

Mr Enver Surty (deputy minister: Basic Education) addressed the conference.

Sasol Inzalo Foundation that focuses on boosting the vocational skills pool for the country to meet the National Development Plan (NDP) 2030 target, aims at training 30 000 artisans through its Technical Schools of Excellence Network (TechSENet) Programme.

Since 2015, the foundation has invested in 5 500 learners and their educators from five technical schools in the Free State, Gauteng and Mpumalanga, with a vision to develop schools to technical excellence and build a pipeline for artisans, science, technology, engineering and mathematics technicians and technologists.


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