Blog Business Field Changing lives sustainably through Skills Development 9 months ago BPBiz Daniel Gibhard – CEO at The Skills Development CorporationSkills Development has become an “industry” and in a lot of ways that’s a good thing, as more and more youth are being given the opportunity to receive a quality education and thus transition from a learner to a leader. Many need to understand that Skills Development is supposed to be approached with patience, because really developing a skill comes over time. At SDC, our end goal and main focus lies in furthering learner’s abilities. We want to give them a solid foundation and equip them for their future.The saying goes, “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime” and that applies more now than ever before. Skills Development is amongst the most important parts of sustainable transformation in South Africa, because by giving these youths the opportunity to learn and earn an accredited qualification, we give them more than just a skill…we give them they ability to empower themselves and begin their journey towards financial freedom.South African has placed a large amount of attention on decreasing youth unemployment and developing important skills in the country, which is where accredited learning institutions specialising in Training and Learnership initiatives such as SDC come in. The Skills Development Act provides businesses with a solid framework to implement learning strategies towards skills development that will improve the South African workforce’s skills, develop their education and to assist in building their foundation for their futureRead morehttps://www.thesmallbusinesssite.co.za/2019/09/11/changing-lives-sustainably-through-skills-development/ Continue Reading Previous Facebook’s Libra Project Increases Presence Among Regulators Through Lobbying Firm. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.