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BRIDGING PROGRAMMES FOR SCHOOL-LEAVERS AND WORK-SEEKERS

By donleffler, 22 January, 2010

BRIDGING PROGRAMMES FOR SCHOOL LEAVERS SEEKING CAREERS OR WISHING TO FURTHER THEIR EDUCATION

THSBS offers Bridging Programmes for school leavers and work seekers to build skills needed to succeed in finding employment. These Bridging Programmes cover specially designed modules in:

The work environment: what Employers expect from new staff
Office etiquette
Personal presentation
Office administration
Fundamental business skills
Customer service
Communication skills
Identifying careers and building your Resume’ / CV
Job interviews

THSBS encourages students who have completed the Bridging Programme to further their studies either by correspondence or through full-time studies.

THSBS also offers short Bridging Programmes in English Language Skills (writing, speaking); Maths Literacy; Computer skills and Business Administration.

THSBS in association with Dixie Bay offers different levels of its Bridging Programmes to cater for all needs. Life Skills and Work Skills are addressed to empower school-leavers and work-seekers and to give them a competitive edge when seeking employment and, particularly, to enable them to satisfy Employer expectations.

THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS (THSBS) has specialised in Education and Training for more than 20 years, and operates from campuses in Johannesburg, Centurion, Durban, Cape Town and Port Alfred.

THSBS offers qualification programmes for school leavers in Business, Tourism, Hospitality and Sport. It also offers skills programmes and short courses. Information about THSBS’s various courses may be viewed at our website at www.thsbs.com

Contact details:

Website: www.thsbs.com
Email: [email protected] or [email protected] or [email protected]
Telephone: 076 5800 271 or 071 0493 221

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