June–December 2016

The Barclays ReadytoWork Programme aims to enable young people to build the skills they require to complete the critical transition from education into the world of work. Barclays contracted MIET Africa to reach and facilitate the programme in schools and technical vocational education & training colleges in four provinces in South Africa (Eastern Cape, Free State, KwaZulu-Natal and Western Cape), by delivering blended learning solutions incorporating digital online and face-to-face training.

The ReadytoWork Project was funded by Barclays, and was the natural successor the Absa Foundation-funded Learn to Earn Project.

Email: miet@miet.co.za

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Over 15 600 young people enrolled in ReadytoWork through MIET Africa. They are now ready for work; some have even started their own small businesses.

Participants proudly displaying their certificates of completion of all four modules
Participants in the Eastern Cape doing a session on People Skills
The fruits of participation! Cake baked by Nomzamo Dlamini (KZN) who has started her own décor and catering business
The hall at Coastal TVET College’s Swinton Campus, decorated by Nomzamo Dlamini
A newly established cell phone repair business! Sandile Ngcobo (KZN) fixing cell phones
A hand decorated by Melisa Bennet, from the Western Cape
One of Lehlohonolo Mtuanga’s cartoons published in the newspaper—Zapiro beware!