Martha Willemse is a single mother of two from Wesbank, Kuilsriver. She was offered an opportunity by a retired couple, who kindly funded her registration fee and uniform to start a programme in Health and Frail Care. “Auntie Nina and Uncle Mike invited me in for a cup of coffee, asking me what I would
Thanks to the number of individuals that have completed Bergzicht Training’s Health and Frail Programme over the last few months, families in the Boland region are now able to access the services of professionally trained, trustworthy carers and companions who are vetted by the Stellenbosch-based NGO. Bergzicht Training is an NGO dedicated to developing the skills
Gillian Aron (28) has been working as a carer at Andante Retirement Village in Kuils River for the last three years and the thing she enjoys most about her job, says the Eerste River resident, is when she sees a smile on a patient’s face as she walks through the door in the morning. “Just
Thanks to a generous donation from the German political research foundation, the Hanns Seidel Foundation, Bergzicht Training was recently able to produce a short video on how donors and volunteers, along with the Bergzicht team, are making an impact on impoverished communities by training poor, unemployed, unskilled or semi-skilled individuals from those communities.
Are you looking to employ graduates who are trained in health and frail care through an accredited Health and Welfare SETA (HWSETA) Programme? If this is the case, then you can contact Bergzicht Training's Placement Bureau Officer, Ms Sinazo Gosani, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 021 883 3525 for a copy of the CV of the student/s you are interested