Celebrating success within the Ntataise Network
The 20 ECD Resource and Training Organisations that make up the Ntataise Network continue to grow from strength to strength. Ntataise would like to congratulate each of the member organisations for their hard work in successfully contributing towards improving the standard and quality of ECD provision in some of South Africa’s most marginalised communities.
Key achievements this year across the Network include the following:
- James Urdang, Director of Education Africa, is one of the recipients of the 2018 Klaus J Jacobs Awards honouring social innovation and change-making in the field of child and youth development. This international award is presented by the Klaus J Jacobs Foundation based in Zurich, Switzerland.
- 114 learners have been endorsed by the ETDP SETA for their Level 4 ECD qualification at Ntataise Lowveld Trust.
- Siyathathuka based in Mpumalanga have successfully completed moderation of 26 learners who completed their Level 4 ECD qualification.
- Baobab Early Learning Training Programme had their graduation ceremony to celebrate 49 ECD practitioners who received their full Level 4 ETDP SETA accredited certificates.
- Custoda Trust in the Northern Cape held a graduation ceremony for a total of 84 learners graduating with ECD qualifications at Level 4 and Level 5.
- 38 learners have completed their Level 4 ECD training with Safe and Sound Learning Association.
- 48 practitioners graduated with ECD skills development training with Kathlehong Early Learning Resource Unit (KELRU)
- 45 learners completed their Level 4 training and achieved endorsement with Masakhane Trust in Mpumalanga.
- 141 learners successfully completed their Level 4 ECD training with Ntataise in the Free State, and have been endorsed by the ETDP SETA.