The event that celebrates the achievements of our students ,achievements that bring hopes of a better future,hopes of a changed lifestyle and hopes of contributing to the UPLIFTMENT OF LOCAL COMMUNITIES
The historical Walter Sisulu Square of dedication in Kliptown has become the venue and place to be for SWGC’s annual graduation awards ceremony. The much eagerly awaited event brought together SWGC graduates alongside their parents, siblings, aunts and uncles to celebrate achievements, such achievement that bring hope to families – hopes of a better future, hopes of career prospects, hopes of a changed lifestyle and hopes of contributing to the upliftment of local communities.
For the first time since she was inaugurated as Chairperson of the College Council , Ms. N Tsokolibane constituted the congregation. With all protocols observed, the ceremony got underway and a full program was on the cards.
|OVERALL CERTIFICATES AWARD||National Certificate Vocational Level 4:STUDY PROGRAM||NUMBER CERTIFICATED|
|Finance, Economics & Accounting||27|
|Civil & Building Construction||3|
|Engineering and Related Design||12|
|Safety In Society||71|
|Education and Development||10|
|OVERALL CERTIFICATES AWARD||Report 191 (N6 Dimploma):STUDY PROGRAM||NUMBER CERTIFICATED|
|Human Resources Management||11|
Dr. Vincent Maphai, the guest speaker, drew relevance of his motivational content from a body of life experiences and lessons learnt while growing up. The speech was characterized by expectations and the impact that graduates were geared to make in their local comminities. Such expectations included roles in alleviating poverty, reducing social ills and contributing to enterprise development. Dr. Maphai is a DPhil graduate from the University of Leuven (Belgium) and is a Director at Discovery Holdings and an Executive Director at South African Breweries.
- Mr. Sibusiso Zondi, Electrical Trade Theory lecturer from Roodepoort West Campus – The Victor Victrix Ladurum Award
- Ms. Dolly Jansen from Rabie Ridge, Midrand – 2015 Rainmaker Award – Childminder of destitute children.
Officials from DHET, GDE and other sister TVET colleges attended the ceremony to share in the success of graduates. The management and staff of SWGC congratulated and wished all graduates success in the future. SWGC Period, Enough Said!