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Negemadi

Purpose of the Training

Negemadi aims to provide affordable and accessible education to learners who’ve never had the opportunity to receive formal training in the past. By offering affordable and quality education to communities, we help leaners to get a nationally recognized qualification. Community members are empowered to enter the labour market and increase their quality of life, as well as that of the communities in which they will work.

Nature of the Training

Negemadi Campuses: Negemadi’s main campus is in Bloemfontein, Free State. A satellite campus is situated in Kroonstad, Free State. If training is offered continuously in an alternative place, that place is also registered as a satellite campus.

What does Negemadi Do?

Negemadi is a training provider who is part of ENGO. Negemadi develops short courses for corporate companies that focus on addressing human related issues. The following are examples of short courses which Negemadi host.

  • Customer Relationships
  • Relationships in the workplace
  • Time management
  • Handling Stress
  • Emotional intelligence
  • Handling conflict
  • Leadership
  • Attitude in the workplace
  • Anger management
  • Coping with loss
  • Coping with trauma

Negemadi also invites companies or businesses to consult with us for specific customized short courses to be developed by Negemadi.

If you are interested in any of the courses you can contact Linda Awerbuch at 051 407 7207 or Rianka Mellet at 051 407 7220 or you can send an email to lindaa@engo.co.za

Courses

Social Auxiliary Work

The Social Auxilary Work Course

Social Auxiliary work is a course where social skills are taught to leaners. After completing the course they will be able to work in the social work team to improve the social well being of the community and individuals.

Social Auxiliary Work is a one year course. The learning material consist of 14 workbooks which include case work, group work and community work. The learners also write a midyear and end year examination. Leaners attend class two days a month. We have a campus in Bloemfontein and a satellite campus in Kroonstad. If there is a need for training at another venue and enough leaners want to attend the classes it can be arrange. The leaner have to do 1260 hours practical work at a welfare organization where a registered social worker can mentor the leaner.

Who can Apply for this Course

Any person who wants to work with people and who see the need for change in communities, families and social structures are welcome to apply for this course. A matric certificate is a minimum requirement for this course.

Where do Learners Apply for the Course

For more information contact:

Linda Awerbuch at 051-4077207 or send an email to lindaa@engo.co.za
Rianka Mellet at 051-4077220 or send an email to rianka@engo.co.za

Ancillary Health Care Course

The Ancillary Health Care Course

Social Ancillary work is a course where skills are taught to leaners on how to care for people at home, in the community or in Retirement Centre's.

This course provides 134 credits on complexion. The course consists of lecture hours and 936 practical hours. Practical can be done in Old Age Homes, Clinics and in the community.

It is a excellent course for Health Care Workers in a clinic, the community, in retirement villages and Frail Care Facilities.

This course contains of 25 unit standards on various topics, like Tuberculosis, HIV, Cholera, Disabilities, Sexual Transmitted Diseases, First Aid, Taking care of elderly patients, Community care and various other topics and abilities.

Who can Apply for this Course

This is an excellent course for Health Care Workers in a clinic, the community, retirement villages and Frail Care Facilities.

Where do Learners Apply for the Course

For more information contact:

Linda Awerbuch at 051-4077207 or send an email to lindaa@engo.co.za
Rianka Mellet at 051-4077220 or send an email to rianka@engo.co.za

Child and Youth Care Work

The Child and Youth Care Course

The Child and Youth Care Work course focuses on development support, care and the rights of children and adolescents as well as those with special needs in a child and youth care centre, the family context and the community as well as the life space of children/youth. After completing the coarse learners will be able to function efficiently as part of a team.

It is an 18 month course and the learning material consists of 6 modules and 2 workbooks. The 6 models names contain the key concepts of the coarse and are: Fundamentals of Child and Youth Care; Communication Skills; Caring Skills; Support Skills; Professional and Personal Competence and Developmental and Therapeutic Child and Youth care.

Practical's at a child and youth care center or a welfare organization is required where a registered social worker can mentor the learner.

Who can Apply for this Course

Any person who wants to work with children and who want to make a difference in children in need of care’s life's. An matric certificate is a minimum requirement for this course.

Where do Learners Apply for the Course

For more information contact:

Linda Awerbuch at 051-4077207 or send an email to lindaa@engo.co.za
Rianka Mellet at 051-4077220 or send an email to rianka@engo.co.za

Skilled Development Short Courses

Negemadi offer different skilled development short courses according to the needs of the community. Courses are held at our Campus in Bloemfontein as well as at the satellite Campus in Kroonstad. If there is a need for in-house training at companies the assessors of Negemadi host the courses at the company. Applicable courses is registered for CPD points.

Who can Apply for this Course

Any person or company who are interested in certain skills development courses can contact Negemadi for more information.

Where do Learners Apply for the Course

For more information contact:

Linda Awerbuch at 051-4077207 or send an email to lindaa@engo.co.za
Rianka Mellet at 051-4077220 or send an email to rianka@engo.co.za

Contact Details

 Posadres: PO Box 12552, Brandhof, 9324
 Straatadres: 22 Van Heerden Road, Wigehof, Bloemfontein
 Assistant Director: Professional Services: Madelein Nortjé
 Assessor: Linda Awerbuch
 Tel: 051 407 7232
 Cell: 082 77 55103
 Fax: 051 525 2015
 Email: lindaa@engo.co.za

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  • Straatadres: van Heerdenweg 22, Wilgehof, Bloemfontein
  • Posadres: 12552, Brandhof, 9324
  • Tel: (051) 407 7222
  • Faks: (051) 525 2015
  • Epos: info@engo.co.za
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