On Friday 16th November 2012 ATI played host to AVENG and TISO Foundation to provide feedback on their CSI Academies since inception 2008 of these programmes which have provided many historically disadvantaged learners with an opportunity to realise a dream of becoming tradesmen or -women.
Ladies and gentlemen thank you for making the effort to attend the launch of ATI and for your ongoing support as we develop an institution we can all be proud of. In particular, thanks to those who have travelled from different provinces to be with us today. Barry, thank you for your inspiring message, I’m [...]
Black empowered Artisan Training Institute (ATI) , formerly known as Ikhaya Fundisa Techniskills Academy (Pty) Ltd, has announced that its new rigging and instrumentation trades – which cost a total of R3,5 million to implement – have come on line successfully, with artisans already being “shown the ropes” at its Johannesburg training academy. This is [...]
If government’s mooted multi billion Rand investment in South Africa’s infrastructure goes ahead, the country’s already serious shortage of trained artisans is going to get more serious, said Sean Jones, a director of the black empowered Artisan Training Institute (ATI), formerly known as Ikhaya Fundisa Techniskills Academy (IFTA). Jones said the government’s infrastructure push would create [...]