F’SASEC multiplies its student intake
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F’SASEC multiplies its student intake

F’SASEC Dream team welcoming the students

Thomas Rasehloka

It is with great pride that the French South African Schneider Electric Education Centre (F’SASEC) of seven years is growing and this year, under the coordination of Mr Riaan Greeff, has been able to double its number of enrolments. The centre was able to enrol 48 students out of 150 applicants.

Mr Greeff notes that although the training centre’s growth has taken many by surprise, it is the F’SASEC’s “Dream Team” and its dedication that has made the expansion possible.  This year’s group is named “Industry 4.0” and is divided into two classes.

Mr Greeff said the students have shown nothing but commitment thus far. He said: “Their commitment is shown through the attitude they have towards the programme”. He says he expects the training centre to have a productive and successful year ahead.

Ms Paballo Modipedi, a F’SASEC student, said she first found out about the training centre through her family who received marketing emails. Ms Modipedi then made it her responsibility to research the training centre on the internet, which was quite simple as the training centre is fully active on social media and websites.

She was enticed when her research revealed that the training centre is a state-of-the-art venue for individuals who want to pursue a career in the field of Electrical Engineering. She further added: “I like the fact that the training centre gives a chance in both theory and practical background. This experience helps prepare one mentally of what to expect in the industry.”

The F’SASEC students had their first classes on Monday, 25 February and will be studying towards their N1 in Domestic Installation.

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