Wispeco is committed to the upliftment and empowerment of its local community. Various programmes have been developed and designed to support aluminium fabrication businesses and stockists.
Technical Learnership for the Deaf
- 3 Learnership Programmes on NQF levels 2-4 for people with disability and the unemployed
- Fabrication Training to the aluminium window and door fabricator
- Starfront design & costing software
Every year Wispeco trains about 10 Deaf South African citizens from various provinces on a technical learnership. The minimum requirements are Grade 11 or NQF level 1. Classes have been running since 2007 and are presented in Sign Language. Every effort is made to find permanent placement for the learners after successful completion of the learnership.
New Venture Creation Learnerships to open SpazALs
Entrepreneurs from selected provinces receive business and technical training to open and sustainably operate their 100% black owned business in their township or rural areas. More information supplied under the Spazal Initiative
Distribution Learnership for People with Disability
The latest addition to the Training Programmes is the Distribution Learnership to support Wispeco stockists. People with different disabilities are trained in various aspects of distribution, including stock control, packing and selling skills. Every effort is made to find permanent placements for leaners after their successful completion.
Fabrication Training to Existing/Potential Window and Door Fabricators
The Wispeco institute annually trains more than 600 people on many different Crealco window and door products. This technical training has at heart improving the quality of workmanship
on construction sites. The training is very popular and requires early booking. To book training please complete the downloadable application form and email the document to firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow the below link to download the application form: