MOT South Africa trains an additional 55 presenters

Election week (21 – 23 April 2009) was another exciting week for MOT South Africa when an additional 55 presenters from five colleges in the Western Cape were trained to present the MOT programme to their students.

Not even the forced break in training on 22 April 2009 for the National Elections could stem the enthusiasm and interest of the presenters to be part of the MOT movement.

Sasha-Lee Bronkhorst and Alroy Josephs, two students from Northlink College (Tygerberg Campus), set the scene by giving their personal experience of the MOT programme.

Both the students agreed that the MOT sessions helped them to be themselves, to get to know their fellow students, to bond as a class and to live a more positive life.

According to Sasha-Lee their experiences in the MOT sessions was fun, and they treasured their souvenirs from the MOT classes as it reminded them of what they learnt during the sessions. Alroy commented on how the MOT classes have encouraged him to make friends by communicating with people in a positive way.

Encore Conference facilities at Northlink College were the perfect venue to host the MOT training and the College’s students and lecturers can be extremely proud of their hospitality skills and their standard of training.


55 MOT Presenters from West Coast College, Boland College, False Bay College, Northlink College and the College of Cape Town attended the MOT training held from 20 to 23 April 2009.



Alroy Josephs and Sasha-Lee Bronkhorst presented their views on the MOT programme during the presenters’ training.

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