The Hope Factory's Offerings

Through Socio-Economic Development and Skills Development Programmes, The Hope Factory aims to give women and youth the ability to generate their own income and improve their living conditions through increased economic activity at a community level.

This programme is a training and mentorship programme to effectively establish your business.

Our Approach:

Skills Development

  • The Hope Factory is SETA accredited and is able to implement New Venture Creations skills programmes - NQF level 2 and 4.
  • We have the ability to provide the NVC as a Learnership or Short Skills Programme to small businesses or unemployed Black individuals.

Socio-Economic Development

  • Core focus areas are Leadership, Business and Financial skills
  • Development workshops and group mentoring sessions
  • Customised local and rural community projects

For enquiries for our programmes or projects contact Cheryl-Ann
Phone: 041 4847400

Regular updates on recruitment see our Facebook page