An exciting opportunity exists to upskill yourself or someone you know at no extra cost to you. Learnership opportunities (to the value of R150,000) are available for eligible candidates. Through this upskilling process, there is the potential for the chosen company or individual to become a preferred, ongoing supplier to Wurth, the corporate sponsor of this initiative.
Wurth, a global market leader in the trade in assembly and fastening material, is committed to the growth of the South African economy. To this end, they have partnered with iLearn to develop Small to Medium Black Women Owned Enterprises by providing them with the skills required for economic participation.
Learnership training is the most effective way to create economic transformation
Through this initiative, Wurth aims to empower and upskill black woman owned small businesses with the intent of bringing them into their supply chain. Due to the lucrative tax incentives, a Learnership training solution employed across the elements of Enterprise Supplier Development (ESD) and Socio-Economic Development (SED), have helped them to lower the cost of making a difference, and has justified the spend by providing a measurable return on their investment. Download a full case study here.
- 51% or more Black Women Owned EME or QSE Company.
- Preferably, but not limited to, providing services in Manufacturing or Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
Interested candidates are to complete the Sign Up Form by 30 September 2020.