Member’s News

YOUNG MINDS, CLEAN ENERGY, BRIGHTER FUTURES

Two of the country’s largest wind farms currently under construction have launched a secondary school awareness programme, aimed at exposing learners to the basics of renewable energy.  The programme targets thousands of high school learners to not only provide information about producing clean power, but also to let the youth know about the opportunities available to them, relating to careers inherent in harnessing wind energy.READ MORE

ADDRESSING EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT GAPS IN THE SALDANHA BAY LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

The education capacity building programme, which launched almost a year ago to address the lack of access to Early Childhood Development (ECD) services in the Saldanha Bay Local Municipality has been so successful, it is expanding its reach into new communities.  The Playgroup Site Learning Programme helps to ensure that children receive quality learning and caring programmes, resulting in them being better prepared to enter Grade 1.READ MORE

MULTI-FACETED LEARNING IS A GREAT WAY TO DEVELOP NURSING SKILLS

Fourth year nursing student, Zulcke Cleophas, from Hopefield in the Western Cape, is currently one of hundreds of students juggling their studies and nursing practical in South Africa at the moment. However, as tricky as she finds changing between theory and practical, it’s this work experience that is actually helping her make sense of the academics.READ MORE

Fresh news from the wind farm

Since the inception of the REIPPP programme, independent power producers have contributed R387 million towards bursaries and educational support in South Africa.

For us at Kouga Wind Farm, education is one of the primary tools for helping our communities to lift themselves out of poverty.READ MORE

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