Unlimited Work Exposure for Graduates

       The unmatched love of interacting with people is one of the main reasons that 22-year-old Lerato Cele is making her presence felt in the human resource field. The Durban University of Technology graduate works at the SEDA Construction Incubator in the Human Resource Management Unit where she started in June this year.
The bubbly Pinetown young lady has a Diploma in Human Resource Management and is just catch-ing her breath having recently finished with her final exams for her Bachelor of Technology in the same studies.
Lerato, who was placed by the EThekwini Maritime Cluster’s Training and Skills Development Unit under the graduate placement programme at the SEDA Construction Incubator refers to this oppor-tunity as “grace from God” as it came just at the right time when she was looking for an interactive work environment experience where she could apply her university knowledge and grow.
“I was stressed out, just out of varsity and thinking what I was going to do with myself, with no work and no money and this opportunity just fell on my lap,” says Lerato.Lerato Profile

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