While a sound education can help open doors for graduates, this is only half the battle in obtaining employment. The South African College of Business (SACOB) recognises the importance of interview skills in landing a job…
ICB Students who wrote in May, results are out today! We’d love to know how you did? Let us know if you need help choosing your next course.
Aimed at bridging the gap between studying and entering the business world, Career Indaba offers grade 9-12 learners, college and university students the opportunity to meet with educational institutions and members of the corporate sector to gain career guidance as well as to learn about available study options, bursaries and graduate employment opportunities…
To all Payroll and Monthly SARS Returns students. SACOB is hosting a Tips and Tricks webinar on the 9th of July. Follow this link to sign up for the webinar. Only 200 spots available so sign up now, and don’t miss this great opportunity. Watch the video here.
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Hi Guys, don’t forget ICB August Exam entry closes on the 30th June. Be sure to get your assessment entry form in to us by 12pm tomorrow (28th June). To make things easier here’s a link to the form…
Congrats to Joanne Muller from East Rand Christian Academy for receiving today’s Bookkeeping to Trial Balance bursary at the Career Indaba in Sandton! We are looking forward to supporting you throughout your studies. Stay tuned for tomorrow’s draw.
To all our Joburg SACOB followers,
we will be attending the Career Indaba 2013 at the Sandton Convention Centre from Thursday 20th June to Saturday 22nd June. So if you have the time come and visit us during the week between 9am and 6:30pm on Thursday or from 9am to 5pm on Friday and Saturday.
There will be many exhibition stands there to help you in your career path as well as a few interesting competitions to take part in. Check out the Career Indaba website for more information.
Tertiary level education seems to be an unattainable luxury for many school leavers due to rising university fees and the pressing need to earn an income.
Overall, our experience at eLearning Africa was an exceptionally positive one. An air of hope infused the entire conference, with eLearning extolled as Africa’s liberator. In his keynote address, Ghanaian, Mac-Jordan Degadjor best highlighted this message when he said, It is time for Africa’s story to be written by Africans, its history and its future.