CITF identifies gaps in new Ipelegeng

Ipelegeng skill development delegate visiting site.PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Ipelegeng skill development delegate visiting site.PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

Deputy Executive Director of the Construction Industry Trust (CITF), Godiramodimo Kalaote has called for intensified training of participants in the pilot skills development component of the Ipelegeng programme.

This he said on Friday as Local Government assistant minister, Talita Monnakgotla visited the construction of three destitute houses in the South East District.

Kalaote said even though the beneficiaries have thus far done well in building wall structures up to roof level, they need to be challenged under different terrains before they can be certified.


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