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GGC is a registered Private FET College with the Department: Higher Education and Training (Reg. 2017/FE07/001) and has been in operation since 2012 and has multiple fully operational sites of delivery across South Africa. GCC holds programme approval status with various SETAs and External Bodies such as APPETD, MICT SETA, W&R SETA, PSETA, LG SETA, AGRISETA, TETA SETA, SASSETA, DHET, Services Seta, ETDP, HW Seta, CETA and QCTO.

As a well-established accredited training service provider, GCC has successfully rolled-out and delivered multiple accredited Training Programmes such as Learnerships, Internships, Bursaries, leadership and management, Skills programmes and Work Readiness programmes to the corporate business sector across various business spectrums through either funded or sector funded skills development initiatives.

GCC, Post COVID-19 and in line with governments mandate is looking to introduce new ideas, methodologies and strategies into the Skills Development landscape with a view to making affordable, quality learning readily and easily available to those who need it the most: unemployed youth, employees without a formal qualification, informal and compliant SME and EME businesses with the express purpose of boosting and growing sustainable employment opportunities within said SME’s as part of a single, bridging project management governance initiative.

Our aim is to reduce poverty and unemployment amongst the South African youth by making them more marketable through skills development, aid young entrepreneurs in expanding their own businesses and growing existing informal co-operative and registered SME business fiscal value in order to create new sustainable employment opportunities.

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