Bokamoso Youth Centre offers a variety of skill-development trainings to young people from formerly underprivileged backgrounds to help them become self-sufficient. Our mission has always been to support the social and economic growth of the underprivileged residents of Greater Alexandra and the neighboring areas. In our opinion, giving young people the tools they need to succeed economically while also attending to their social needs will help them develop into independent adults who live sustainably.
What is the purpose of this programme?
This project is developed as a skills development initiative to promote high level skills needed for further growth and is intended to facilitate and promote Traffic Safety knowledge in order to change the behavior and attitude of young people on the road and to instil a culture of safe traffic participation.
The purpose of this initiative is to teach these young people the K53 system of vehicle control’s road rules, discuss issues with road usage and avoidable deaths on our roads, and help them form the right attitudes toward using the road environment while using the roads to help them participate economically.
It is expected that those who enroll in this program will be prepared to use their newfound knowledge and take up space in order to work as TAXI, UBER, or BOLT drivers in the transportation and logistics sector.
Who can apply?
Must have a valid Code 10 Learners License
Must not be in employment, education or training
Must be South African Citizen with Valid ID Number
Must have minimum Grade 11 certificate
SRD Grant recipients are encouraged to apply
Reside in Township, Informal Settlement or Hostel (TISH)
What are the requirements?
Education: From Grade 11
Previous Training: Training in Bokamoso’s End User Computing
Languages: Must have basic understanding to write and learn in English
Age: Must be between ages of 18-35 years
What will be covered in the course?
Code 10 Driver’s license
Basic Computer Training
Interested applicants should submit their Curriculum Vitae to our offices at Unit No.004 Fortuna House 29-4th Street Wynberg, 2090. Next to Home Affairs. For more information contact us at: 010 824 8540
Code 10 Driver’s License Training Programme