The Beverage Company is excited to announce the successful completion of the latest Employed Learnership: National Certificate in Management (NQF 3) programme, in partnership with Training Force.
On 11 August the company celebrated success with 14 learners, their mentors and facilitators and recognised all involved for their dedication, hard work and commitment to the learnership programme.
"This celebration highlights the strength and determination of the learners to achieve remarkable goals through learning and perseverance"
This celebration highlights the strength and determination of the learners to achieve remarkable goals through learning and perseverance,” said Susan Barker, L&D Specialist at Bevco. The purpose of the qualification is to build knowledge and skills required by employees in junior management who have had schooling below NQF level 3.
It is intended to empower learners to acquire knowledge, skills, attitudes and values required to operate confidently as junior managers in the South African community and to respond to the challenges of the economic environment and changing world of work.
As a qualification that covers management, it provides a framework for learners to develop competencies that will enable them to become competent junior managers. They will now be assisted by Training Force to enter the job market with their newly acquired qualification.
Bevco is not just about beverages; the company is committed to positive change and skills development. The collaboration with Training Force extends a helping hand to individuals from diverse backgrounds, empowering them through education. These learnerships are a vital part of Bevco’s sustainability efforts, contributing to societal growth and job creation, while reducing unemployment.
Through accredited qualifications, the company opens doors to a brighter future for learners, their families, and communities, and is committed to being a catalyst for positive change, aligning actions with ethics, sustainability and governance.
“The Bevco vision is to be a socially responsible corporate citizen, actively contributing to the communities we serve. We’re grateful for the unwavering support and partnership of Training Force as we continue to nurture a culture of learning and empowerment together,” said Vanessa Ikin, Chief People Officer at Bevco.