Capetonians ready for the world of work

The QuadPara Association of the Western Cape launched its two-month QASA Work Readiness Programme in April. On Friday, May 31, the candidates celebrated their graduation after completing the programme, which aims to provide soft employment skills for personal and professional growth to secure mainstream permanent employment for people with disabilities. […]

New wheelchair for QASA member

QASA recently hosted a Victor Daitz Capacity Building event attended by a group of dynamic and motivated individuals. The QASA CEO noticed that one of the candidates was not seated properly and knew that QASA would have to assist. The CEO immediately did some research and issued the candidate with...

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QASA Work Readiness Programme launched

The unemployment rate among South Africans with disabilities, specifically wheelchair users, is extremely high. QASA took the initiative to research the reason for this. It found that prospective employers felt wheelchair users were not work-ready, as they had little or no work experience. The QASA Work Readiness Programme was established...

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Bidvest backs QASA skills development again

Benjamin Franklin once said, “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” QASA is, once again, the recipient of extremely generous funding from Bidvest Premier Lounge for the QASA Skills Development Programmes. Previous funding was used to upskill members, which has led to mainstream employment, internships and learnerships. The continuous […]

Manager walks the talk

ROLLING INSPIRATION reader Jodie Kroone shares this incredible story of one manager who took the complaints of a local customer seriously – with amazing results. “A manager who walks the talk – hallelujah!” says Dee Diane Botha Beukes, a regular customer at Richdens SuperSpar, Richdens Village Centre, in Hillcrest, Kwazulu-Natal. […]