There is nothing like the success stories from our Participants to warm our hearts and motivate us to find more Partners, unearth Opportunities, upskill and place our Recruits. Listen to the stories of some of our Recruits below.
“Hello, my name is Cikizwa. The OneVoice training gave me an impact in my life. Because I did not know the things that I know now. I have gained more experience about how to conduct myself during the interview, how to work with a team and how to communicate, so I am very grateful, it really helped me a lot.”
“I am Mapazeka. My training went very well indeed! I learnt a lot of the things I did not know. Firstly, you have to be very professional at work; wearing formal clothes; how to do a Curriculum Vitae; how to speak to the customer; even the customer can be harsh with you. You have to calm down, do not raise your voice to the customer, do not argue with them, always keep on smiling, respect your customer.”
“The training was straight to the point, in a manner that was benefitting. I actually learnt how to create a CV that would actually help me to sell myself, and what is the importance of having a short but ‘straight to the point’ CV. I had learnt how to conduct myself at an interview, what to wear and the importance of making sure to prepare myself the day before the actual interview, and the importance of time management.”
“The training went well. I have learnt a lot. I have learnt how to prepare for an interview, how to write a CV, how to control my emotions in the workplace, and how to communicate with people. And also, not be shy when I am with people, and how to communicate with them.”
Lungani Simon Dlamini
“My name is Lungani Simon Dlamini. It was a first experience to learn on-line. But it taught me self- discipline, that you do not need anyone to stand in front of you, to be disciplined. As we were learning without a teacher in front of us, but only us and our phones and laptops. So, it teaches us self-discipline. I have learnt so much! It was a good experience. I have learnt so much about how to write a correct CV, an important thing: The Time Management, the way to handle yourself and your colleagues at work. So, in short, it was a great experience and a very informative learning. Thank you very much!”
“Afternoon. What I learned on Work Etiquette, is how you conduct yourself in the office – and abilities to communicate or interact well with other people in the office. That you must not hand out your business card to everyone; as it spreads the wonder of who you are (and you don’t want to dilute this) – and how you dress in the office and the way you conduct yourself on the phone or any other forms of communication.”