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RNS learner initiative

In an effort to support Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) and embrace social responsibility, Radio Network Solutions (RNS) will donate more than R3-million to the National Institute for the Deaf (NID).

RNS has formed a strategic partnership with the NID, who will be utilising the funds to train disabled individuals in a variety of skills, inclusive of the agriculture, construction, hospitality and jewellery-making industries.

The NID is a specialist training and skills development facility that provides certified SETA and SAQA skills development and learnership training programmes for people with disabilities. The College has a successful track record of finding permanent employment for more than 90% of its students. The NID also plays a critical role in B-BBEE development and the transformation policy.

“The programme supports RNS’s mission to empower individuals and provide our fellow citizens and younger generation with the means necessary to grow and gain financial stability,” says RNS sales director, Richard Hill. “We look forward to our partnership and continuous collaboration with the NID. Funding this project is only the first step of many we hope to take in contributing to our society.”

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About the National Institute for the Deaf

The NID College, established in 2001 as a specialist training and skills development facility, is the only private tertiary institution in Africa that provides for the specific needs of students with hearing disabilities.Special attention is provided to deaf beneficiaries from previously disadvantaged families to gain access to training and employment opportunities.

This approach is underpinned by ensuring that all deaf or hearing impaired students experience all aspects of college life to the full - from sports and culture, to recreation and accommodation. All programmes are fully compliant with the national Department of Higher Education’s strategic policy framework.

NID, through the college is focused on the provision of quality occupational and skills training aimed at the specific needs of all students. The institute is renowned for its suites of training programmes that aredirected at qualifying all graduates to secure gainful employment that enables them to become self-supporting citizens.

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