Another 68 South Durbanites graduate from Engen’s Computer School

Another 68 South Durbanites graduate from Engen’s Computer School: The Engen Computer School in Wentworth held a graduation ceremony on 5 September where 68 proud community members received certificates for completing an End User computing course. Over the past decade, Engen’s free computer skills training school has transformed many lives in South Durban, boosting graduates’ prospects of finding employment. “Including yesterday’s graduates, just over 2000 students have graduated to date, each of them gaining the knowledge and confidence to go … [Read more...]

Another 67 South Durbanites graduate from Engen’s Computer School

Another 67 South Durbanites graduate from Engen’s Computer School: The Engen Computer School in Wentworth held a graduation ceremony in Austerville on 22 May where 67 proud community members received certificates for completing an end user computing course. Over the past decade, Engen’s free computer skills training school has transformed many lives in South Durban. To date 1 982 students have gained knowledge and confidence to go out and seek jobs that would otherwise never have been possible. Graduate Patricia Taylor made a speech at the … [Read more...]

Lelalani Primary school benefits from e4 computer centre

Lelalani Primary school benefits from e4 computer centre: Lelalani Primary school pupils Fintech company, e4, recently handed over a newly renovated and equipped computer centre to benefit 667 pupils at Lelalani Primary in KwaZulu Natal. Working directly with the Robin Hood Foundation, e4 were made aware of the plight of the primary school and its need for a computer centre. The area where the centre was created, received a full makeover as well as several brand-new computers and workstations. Adri Führi, Group Chief Financial Officer, e4, says … [Read more...]

Engen Computer School alumnus’s success motivates fellow students

Engen Computer School alumnus’s success motivates fellow students: Siyabonga Cele Engen computer school students writing their final assessments got an unexpected boost when alumnus Siyabonga Cele arrived to share the good news that he had secured a job at King Shaka International Airport – only because he’d undergone exactly the same training. Cele’s timely arrival offered the July group of students valuable encouragement and motivation, according to Sheryl Casalis, co-director of Added Advantage Academy, which provides the training at Engen’s … [Read more...]