Scimatech focusses on skill enhancing and empowering the individual. The company was established in 2018, our moto "Succed, Motivate and Thrive" lays the foundation on which we are build and continue to grow.
We strive to help others succeed through motivation in order to thrive. Our purpose is to help others set and realize their intended life and professional goals. We walk with students throughout their life's journey, providing holistic solutions that supplement their education.
The more you know - the more you can become! Therefore, we pioneer in connecting and enriching the educational journey. We strive to enable employees to build professional connections that will last throughout their careers.
Our graduation support programme assists current students with vocational work, and upon graduation we support graduates with work placement through our partnered companies. We also focus on assisting students with the soft sciences, offering the following assistance:
Compiling and polishing of a CV;
Additional training on request of partnered companies (specialized skills);
Personal development programmes.
Applicants are required to:
be registered at a University of hold a degree; and
be unemployed and/or come from difficult social and economic circumstances; and
have a passion for their industry and want to be more than profession and strive to become more than just employable.
It's more than just a job, it's a career!
Our support programmes consist of various methods of developing and investing in the individual. Since we have limited intake we urge applicants to focus on their academic achievements as preference will be given to deserving candidates.
Lack of education and training opportunities previously, have affected not only employability of South Africans but employers and their businesses. Deficits, particularly in language, Science, Mathematics and Technology, mean that employees find it difficult to adapt to advances and changes in the workplace. Scimatech aims to bridge these gaps by paring willing individuals with willing training partners. Resulting in better rounded employees that contribute to the South African economy.