COVID-19: THIRD WAVE PRECAUTIOUS

COVID-19: THIRD WAVE PRECAUTIOUS

Khanyisela College response

PORT ELIZABETH – On 27 June 2021, the President expressed his frustration regarding the rapid increase in the number of positive cases and deaths related to the corona virus.

The country has recorded (as of 27 June 2021) 15 424 active cases with the Eastern Cape declaring a total of 326 cases.

This has resulted in the country being put to level 4 lockdown, where there are several restrictions and we are strongly advised to protect ourselves from the virus as we await the Presidential address yet again.

At Khanyisela College, all physical training have been cancelled. However, we will continue our training virtually to cater our learners and ensure that they complete their respected program.

We wish to assure our existing and potential clients that our Facilitators are competent enough to conduct this type of training. We encourage our staff to stick to the regulations set out by the health officials, and these regulations include (but are not limited to) regular screening of people who enter the premises, social distancing within the institution, regular washing of hands and limited gatherings in shared spaces.

One of the ways in which you can protect yourself from this deadly virus is to get vaccinated. You can achieve this by simply sending “REGISTER” on WhatsApp to 0600 123 456 or send a SMS by dialing *134*832*your ID number.

Alternatively, you may register online register online at: https://vaccine.enroll.health.gov.za

Integrated Outreach Health Service Points include COVID- 19 testing.

Below are some of the testing centres that the public can go this week, to obtain their COVID testing:

  • 14th Avenue Clinic, Walmer (Monday, 28 June 2021)
  • SPAR, Bluewater Bay (Tuesday, 29 June 2021)
  • Sports Centre, Fairview (Wedneday, 30 June 2021)
  • Shoprite Open Space in Town, Uitenhage (Thursday, 1 July 2021)
  • Parking Area, Clearly Park (Friday, 2 July 2021)

We encourage everyone to keep safe and protect themselves against the virus by taking the following safety measures:

  • Wear a mask that covers your nose and mouth.
  • Keep a safe distance from others.
  • Stay away from closed or crowded space.
  • Wash your hands regularly.
  • Download the CovidAlert App.

We continue to try and minimise direct contact and should an opportunity of conducting meetings virtually present itself, we would like to strongly recommend that you take it into consideration.

For any enquiries please do not hesitate to contact the following people:

Training Department:

Training Manager: Alna De Mesquita –          Alna@khanyisela.co.za

Logistics Coordinator: Wayne Myburgh-       Logistics@khanyisela.co.za

Sales Department:

Sales Consultant: Hilton Kisten-                    info@khanyisela.co.za

Finance Department:

Finance Manager: Jacqui Ingram-                  jacqui@khanyisela.co.za

Finance Administrator: Nosipho Popose-    creditors@khanyisela.co.za

Please stay safe during this time as the virus is still with us.

Kind Regards.

The Khanyisela College team

There is no future without you

There is no future without you

​Khanyisela College is running a Back2School initiative for the class of 2021 called Be Clothed in Dignity and Walk your Journey with Pride.

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected many households which led to job losses and parents not being able to provide their children with stationery.
This initiative contributes in a small way to learners reaching their full potential, by providing them with the necessary stationery resources to complete their schooling career.
We will be distributing these stationery packs in the new school year to a school we have identified. A donation box will be available in reception at Khanyisela College.
 
For more information please contact the marketing department on 041 364 0224 or kcmarketing@khanyisela.co.za
COVID-19: THIRD WAVE PRECAUTIOUS

Training Manager Vacancy

Do you have excellent organisational and people management skills? Are you a critical and creative thinker?

We are looking for a Training Manager with outstanding communication skills. The successful candidate is expected to have excellent research skills with the ability to multi-task and adapt in a fast-paced environment.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Education (or related field), with 3 – 5 years’ experience in Training and Development management (essential)
  • Superb track record in developing and executing successful training programs
  • Extremely computer literate
  • Familiar with traditional and modern training processes
  • Excellent and proven leadership skills
  • Valid driver’s licence is essential

Closing date:  Friday, 29 January 2021

Email your CV to hr@khanyisela.co.za

If you did not receive feedback after two (2) weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful.

COVID-19: THIRD WAVE PRECAUTIOUS

COVID-19: SECOND WAVE PRECAUTIOUS

PORT ELIZABETH – On 12 October 2020, the Minister of Health, Dr Zweli Mkhize, warned fellow South Africans of the possible entrance into a second wave of the coronavirus, and warned us against complacency.

The country has recorded (as of 11 November 2020) 378 100 active cases, 1 372 new cases, with the Eastern Cape declaring a total of 101 336 cases. [Numbers are subject to change]

With the number of infections increasing on a daily bases and deaths every week, South Africans have been warned and advised to prepare themselves for this second wave of the coronavirus.  

At Khanyisela College, we continue to smoothly carry out our operations, while using the regulations as a guideline. We encourage our staff and learners to stick to the regulations set out by the health officials, and these regulations include (but are not limited to) regular screening of people who enter the premises, social distancing within the institution, regular washing of hands and limited gatherings in shared spaces.

We encourage our staff to be transparent when they are being asked questions for the purpose of screening, no one may enter the building if they are not wearing a mask, handshakes and hugging are not encouraged.

“COVID-19 is still with us, especially if we start thinking that we should be complacent and forget about masks and social distancing,’’ stated our Minister.

We urge our staff to continue using their elbow when they sneeze or cough and that they should not report for duty when they suspect that they may have any symptoms. However, evidence of their visit to the doctor will be required when they return to work.

We continue to try to minimise direct contact and should an opportunity of conducting meetings virtually present itself, we would like to strongly recommend that you take it into consideration. 

Please stay safe during this time as the virus is still with us.

Khanyisela College takes this pandemic very seriously.  Anyone who does not adhere to the COVID-19 regulations and protocols will be asked to leave the College, or will not be allowed entry.

We did it again!

We did it again!

Well done Khanyisela College Team on winning the PMR Africa Diamond Arrow Award for the fourth time in a row.