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Collaboration Between CUT And Centlec To Improve Employee skills



Collaboration Between CUT And Centlec To Improve Employee skills

Collaboration Between CUT And Centlec To Improve Employee skills. Central University of Technology and electricity distributor Centlec have signed a memorandum of understanding that allows both parties to offer training and classes, as well as to complete studies.

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Partnership for Empowerment

Acting Vice-Chancellor and Principal, Prof. Alfred Ngowi, emphasizes the significance of the MoU in grounding CUT within the Mangaung community. The agreement underscores a commitment to expand access to educational opportunities, including post-graduate studies, for Centlec employees. Collaboration will include experiential training and applied research utilizing state-of-the-art resources from both entities.

Municipal Endorsement

Councillor Molefi Morake, Member of the Mayoral Committee for Infrastructure in Mangaung, highlights the pivotal role of higher education institutions in driving transformation and skill development. The skills programme stemming from this partnership aligns with the municipality’s objective of fostering economic development through energy initiatives.

Shared Vision for Impact

Centlec CEO, Mr. Malefane Sekoboto, acknowledges CUT’s historical impact on technical education in the community. The collaboration aims to elevate this relationship to new heights, leveraging resources to maximize benefits for local communities.


Through this collaborative effort, CUT and Centlec aim to empower employees, foster innovation, and address societal challenges. The MoU signifies a commitment to enhancing skills and enriching the community.

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