The MICT SETA has approved Sebata Holdings to provide training to 125 learners. The training will be distributed amongst the companies within the Sebata Holdings group; namely, RData, Sebata Municipal Solutions, Dial a Nerd and Freshmark Systems. Firstly, 100 learners will undergo Systems Support training. The remaining 25 learners, from Durban, will enter Freshmark Systems’ four-month MCSA skills programme. Appropriately during June, which is Youth month.
The MICT SETA has approved Sebata Municipal Solutions to provide training to 125 learners
Providing transferable skills to unemployed youth
About our Skills Development Centre
Since 2013, Sebata’s Skills Development Centre (SDC) has helped over 4,000 people to identify and address skills gaps. Their approach advances job-based education through facilitated training in our Small, Medium and Micro Enterprises incubator. Along the way, we have focused on promoting ICT businesses and New Venture Creation, and successfully reached historically under-served labour groups.