MOT SA proudly announces its exciting new partnership with Port Elizabeth TVET College, SCATEC TVET College, and Umfolozi College, marking a significant stride in our mission to impact youth across South Africa. This follows a call from DG Murray Trust (DGMT) to broaden MOT SA’s horizons and extend the MOT Programme beyond its current reach […]
18 new MOT Coaches added to the MOT Family!
On 8 and 9 December 2021, MOT SA held its 2nd MOT Coaches’ Basic Education for the year and welcomed 18 new MOT Coaches to the MOT Family!
The 2-day retreat consisted not only of MOT life-skills training but also lots of fun and interactive activities such as group discussions and getting to know one another. All these activities abide by the COVID protocols of social distancing and wearing masks.
Schools, TVET Colleges, and Organisations that were in attendance are: West Coast TVET College, False Bay TVET College, Glamour Girls with a Difference, ASSET, Gardens Commercial, Strenity Young Girls Network, and Pebbles Project.
1 of the MOT Coaches that were a part of the MOT Coaches’ Education was previously a Young MOTivator and we are extremely proud of his decision to continue to make a positive difference in the lives of the youth.
Becoming and being a MOT Coach requires you to be a role model to the youth and also to create a warmer and safer place for all.
We are excited for our newly trained MOT Coaches for taking this big step into becoming MOT Coaches.
They will be assisting the Programmes and Training Team with facilitation and implementation at their various communities.
Thank you for your energy, enthusiasm, and passion with hope for the future of the development of our youth in South Africa! Together we will rise up and paint South Africa red by building resilient youth!
What a great way to end the year!
Have a look at what we got up to during the weekend via our Facebook Album here
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