Learn to Earn outlines plans for unemployed people
Roché van Wyk, Learn to Earn Director, says his organisation aims to help unemployed people to become economically active in a short time.
The intention is to offer intervention that is more product related so that the person has a viable economic opportunity to be able to get a job and earn an income.Roché van Wyk, Learn to Earn Director.
Van Wyk says Learn to Earn has an 80% success rate.
One of the organisation’s initiatives is the Ground UP Academy, which aims to train and equip unemployed people to become entry level Baristas.
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