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A comprehensive business management training programme to be delivered in Piet Retief and Hilton (KwaZulu-Natal) is now open for applications.

The training programme aims to support high potential entrepreneurs to develop and grow their forestry contracting businesses or to assist those that are considering business and career opportunities within the forestry contracting sector.

The programme is a Mondi Forestry Partners initiative, supported by the DTI ISP Programme and is offered FREE OF CHARGE to successful applicants.

Existing and emerging forestry contractors keen to attend the course to be presented in Hilton (KwaZulu-Natal) and Piet Retief, starting in early February 2017, are urged to apply NOW.

The training is specifically aligned to the needs of the forestry contracting industry. Qualifying applicants are enrolled on an intensive seven-month training programme that covers the business disciples of planning, finance, rate setting and costing, operations, marketing, tendering and human resources.

The training combines learning modules that are layered with lectures, workshops and case studies aligned to the forestry sector.  Lectures are held on alternate Saturdays to accommodate the work commitments of the candidates.

Interested applicants have until 3rd February 2017 to submit an application. The first lectures for Hilton and Piet Retief are scheduled to kick off in early February 2017.

Individuals that meet the qualifying criteria are encouraged to apply.

For more information visit the Mondi Zimele website: www.mondizimele.co.za

Application forms for the course can be downloaded from the Mondi Zimele website: www.mondizimele.co.za or request an application by mailing:
For Hilton programme: mzcdphilton@ess.co.za
For Piet Retief programme: mzcdpretief@ess.co.za



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