Aimed at giving young people an opportunity to gain work experience, YES is a collaboration between government, labour and the private sector. It is aimed at unemployed black South Africans aged 18 to 35 and gives them an entry point into a market which often demands experience as a prerequisite for a job.
This year, in collaboration with WILDTRUST and Nedbank, Penreach recruited and trained 100 candidates, allocating them into different Early Childhood Development Centres across Ehlanzeni District. The training received included practical office skills, personal and social development, and hands-on basic training on early childhood development. Read more about the programme here
Training and assistance for ECD Practitioner to use the BRIDGE Quality Toolkit, which is a self-reflection tool for ECD practitioners.
Direct the Mpumalanga-based discussion forums on ECD matters to assist in coordinating efforts in the province