ProServ South Africa proudly presents our Tourist Guiding Qualification in a blended learning format exclusively for the driver on the go! Course material is accessible online, making learning as easy as using your phone! Become a qualified South African Tourist Guide and impress your clients with your wealth of knowledge about your City! Cost include practical and theoretical training & assessment as well as entrance fees to some of the best tourist locations around Gauteng. Register for the course at our Randburg Campus between the 4th and 15th April 2016 to take advantage of this special offer!
How it Works
- You must be a registered UBER driver to participate!
- Please register for the course at our Randburg office between the 4th and the 15th of April 2016 Address: Commerce Corner 1st Floor, Cnr. Bond & York Street, Randburg, 2191. Tel: 011 028 3550
- Abel or Mfundo will meet you and complete the online registration anytime between 8h00 – 15h00, Monday to Friday
- Please complete the payment. You have the three options outlined below. The cost is R 7410 per person including VAT. The cost includes all practical and theory training dates, entrance fees, and assessment.
- Learner material is available online, but hard-copy manuals are available at an additional cost.
- First Aid training is not included in the price.
- Induction day for the course is the 20th April 2016. Please diarise this day as you will be in training from 9h00 – 16h00. On this day, you will receive your full training schedule as well as your two learner manuals. Induction Venue will be communicated to all registered individuals prior to commencement.
- Please Note: You need to be registered and have paid your tuition prior to attending the induction day!
Payment option 1
- Pay via EFT using reference: UBER TG Your name
- Banking Details: Hospitality Professionals Pty (Ltd.), Standard Bank Business Current Account, Account Number 001 822 837, Branch code: 004 105.
- Scan and email your Proof of Payment to email@example.com.
Payment option 2 (for vehicle owner/partners only)
- Complete the Wozipo forms in full & Submit with a Certified Copy of your ID.
- View the Wozipo financing Options for Tourist Guide Training here.
- Please download the Wozipo Employment Agreement, complete and deliver to our Head Office.
Payment option 3
- Pay with your Credit Card at the Randburg Campus. (you can decide straight or budget).
- You will receive a receipt for the payment.
The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) shows that 8.9 percent of adult South Africans are involved in what it describes as early-stage entrepreneurship, in other words, setting up a business or running a new business. Generally, this percentage tends to be larger for less developed economies, and smaller for more developed ones. South Africa’s rate is fair, comparable with Turkey (8.6%), Pakistan (9.1%), and Mexico (10.5%), but far behind China (14.4%) and Brazil (17.5%). Adults with a tertiary education are more likely to start a business. Nearly 11% of people with a degree start their own business.
Research by the GEM confirms that the survival rate for start-ups in South Africa is low and that the opportunity for entrepreneurial activity is the lowest of all the reviewed developing countries. 8 out of 10 new businesses fail in the first 2 years. Less than 12% of businesses operating today were in business in 1994! 10% of all businesses are less than a year old and 53% are less than five years old.
To achieve the 5 million jobs that the government has set as its target over the coming decade, South Africa will need to produce around 13 600 new manufacturing businesses alone (in rough terms, the country probably needs around 100 000 new firms to achieve this goal). Indeed, South Africa will need a veritable flowering of entrepreneurial endeavour. At present, this is not happening.
One of the key factors influencing people starting a business or failing a business in the first 2 years is skills development and education. 46% of people in small businesses in South Africa indicate that better levels of skills development and education would improve their chances to be successful.
In order to ensure we are able to streamline and adequately support the EOH Business Unit Learnership and Internship requests and requirements, please take note of the following channels:
- To implement Learnerships or Internships through ProServ South Africa, please forward your planned implementation dates to EOH@proserv.co.za and ProServ will contact you. Please note fees for services apply if implementing outside of the EOH annual Learnership project. Alternatively please call 011 700 0400 and ask for Cindy Claassens. Cindy will be able to assist you with your inquiry into the different products and services which ProServ offers.
- To employ previously successfully qualified learners or interns, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 011 700 0400.
- Regarding submission of CV’s for potential candidates for learner or intern positions, please request learners/interns to register and apply for available vacancies via www.talentplacement.com.
- Learnership Vacancy Details: http://talentplacement.com/VacancyDetails.aspx?v=2
- Internship Vacancy Details: http://talentplacement.com/VacancyDetails.aspx?v=3
What is a Learnership?
A Learnership is a structured learning process for gaining theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the workplace leading to a qualification registered on the NQF. Learners participating in a Learnership program have to complete a theoretical, as well as a practical workplace component. The workplace experience must be relevant to the qualification which the learner is registered on. A year in duration, the ratio of days in class or training to the workplace varies but is approximately 25% theoretical training and 75% practical workplace experience.
What is an Internship?
An internship is a one year program for candidates who have completed their qualification/s and require a guided workplace experience. Please note, In the funded EOH Learnership Project 2015 all interns will be implemented through Learnerships using part qualifications as bridging programmes supporting a guided developmental approach to new employee learners. .
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EOH 2016 Learnership Project (Funded)
Whilst yet to be confirmed, the 2016 EOH Learnerships will commence in the 2nd quarter of this 2016 calendar year (1 April 30 June). All Business Units will be communicated to when the project is able to commence. If as a BU you would like to benefit from the financial support provided, you must wait for the initiation of the project and engage ProServ in sourcing and signing up any learners.
Any learners registered outside of this project will be for the BU account, both for services provided by ProServ and the Learner stipend and related costs.