Bidvest backs QASA skills development again

Ari Seirlis
By Ari Seirlis
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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 support from Bidvest Premier Lounge ensures that members are skilled and moulded for opportunities that should arise. The funding has also allowed the QASA Digital Village to flourish and to upskill people with disabilities so that they become more employable.

The domino effect of the funding means that members gain confidence and are assisted in realising their full potential. QASA looks forward to maintaining this strong partnership with Bidvest.

Ari Seirlis is the CEO of the QuadPara Association of South Africa (QASA) and managing editor of Rolling Inspiration. email:

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Ari Seirlis is the former CEO of the QuadPara Association of South Africa and, presently, a member of the Presidential Working Group on Disability. He is a wheelchair user and disability activist.
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