(source: Chatsworth Tabloid 9 March 2021)
It was another successful year for the students of the Durban Hearing Impaired who graduated under the banner of the New Beginnings Training organisation. The students graduated with and FETC as well as Higher Certificates in Early Childhood Development, at the ceremony which took place with all necessary Covid-19 protocols in place. Patsy Pillay, director of the organisation said it was a particularly proud moment for the students who qualified for the ECD FET qualifications. These students have worked for many years in deaf schools but were not given the opportunity to study, yet they server as cultural role models for the children.
They were ecstatic with this affirmation, which also opens up doors to further education, she said. Naritha Ramkisson, a student from the Durban School for the Hearing Impaired, said that she was grateful to all relevant role-players who assisted in making her dreams a reality. Without the support of New Beginnings, DeafSA and Spring Lights Gas (SLG), we would not have got this opportunity she said.
The organisation will have/host a free open day on 15 March 2021 at 2pm at Willow Park Primary School, Room 56, Umhlatuzana.
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