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At Spesres we believe that education and training is paramount, but also that we, South Africans, should at the forefront of creating our own destiny.
With an unemployment rate close to 30%, entrepreneurship is the only way to ensure that the economy expands significantly.
Through our specialised structures, we equip student employees to embrace the future through accredited education while setting up small businesses that could sustain our student employees in the longer term.
The organisation and its partners provide experiential business, entrepreneurial and life skills to young people aged between 18 and 28 years in both rural and urban environments. Placement programmes are also facilitated.
We are the ultimate in entrepreneurship education.
To be the incubator for young entrepreneur’s business aspirations.
The founders having worked in the financial and auditing sector environment realised the need for a programme that will fill the gap in the job market and impact on the lives of many South African youth who remain unemployed. We align with government incentives to, in collaboration with private partners offer unit standard aligned skills courses through accredited training providers. The main focus is on entrepreneurship and business administration with some life skills and personal development.
The goal for Spesres is to equip youth with the opportunity to grow themselves and a business. It is also to make the unemployed job ready. The SETA accredited courses run for a duration of 12 months.
Qualified facilitators are used to present the courses in a blended learning format unique to Spesres.
This gives them a unique advantage in that they are guided through the process of a theoretical learning base which is enhanced by real life practical training. Spesres provides the students with an opportunity to earn a monetary income and truly feel the rewards of their learning.
With the help and guidance of business advisors, funding companies – young people from both the previously disadvantaged background and the townships are given a chance to learn about business and entrepreneurial skills through practical, experiential programmes.
Students are given the opportunity to use skills in practical environment through selling and marketing of products.