Skills Training and Development

Who we are

PULSE offers Accredited Skills Programs

To the unemployed in Kouga, regardless of race, culture, gender, or religion. Our programs include Computer/Office Administration, Home-based Care, Hospitality, Sewing, and Welding. Get skills training in Kouga.

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Training Rhythm

Our skills training in Kouga schedule follows a structured approach:

Life Skills training in the morning until 12:00.

Lunch break.

Skills Training in the afternoon. This schedule runs for six weeks. Afterward, students participate in the Work for a Living Course, where they undergo an 11-day work readiness program. Following this, students engage in a month of practical training in their chosen skill while participating in the Continuously Personal Restoration (CPR) program.

Join us

Who Can Join?

To join PULSE Skills Training in Kouga, learners must be between the ages of 18 and 45 and currently unemployed. A minimum requirement is an Adult Education and Training (AET) level 4 (Grade 9) education. Individuals with degrees or three-year diplomas, as well as those who have completed Grade 12, are not eligible for our programs.