The candidates who’ve been placed in the Construction Input Incubation Programme have been greatly impacted to this point, and have to proceeded to the technical training phase.
The incubatees are ecstatic about this learning process and have already improved several factors in their businesses with the skills they have learned thus far. One of the incubatees who have been greatly impacted by the Construction Input Incubation Programme is Ntaoleng Tsotetsi, the owner of Anna Ntaoleng Tsotetsi Pty Ltd.
Ntaoleng’s company, which was established in 2015, focuses on concrete casting, brick work, steel fixing, painting, concrete repairs, cleaning services. After Ntaoleng finished her studies, she worked for a construction company as a plant manager. This is where she got the idea to start her own construction company. Ntaoleng would like to further her studies in construction, management and marketing. She would also like to create job opportunities to help lower the unemployment rate in her area, Westonaria. Ntaoleng applied for the programme to improve her business skills and she believes that the Construction Input Incubator offers her the opportunity to create permanent employment once she ventures into construction product manufacturing.
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