CETA WELCOMES 36 NEW INTERNS

The CETA acknowledges the importance of skills development within the CETA and welcomed 36 new interns to acquire knowledge and skills from various units.

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July, 13th marked the induction date for all recruited interns. The interns expressed how excited they were to be part of the CETA and mentioned that they have been in the organisation for two weeks, however a wealth of knowledge and skills has already been transferred to them.

Mr Robert Semenya – Acting Chief Executive Officer alluded to how important this opportunity is in young people’s lives and that it is important for the CETA to place relevant young people in the right units. He further explained that the CETA is a growing CETA that has a responsibility to mould and shape young people in order for them to become their best professional selves, absorbing them when they do meet the standards of the CETA.