Former graduates of Nature Connect, Ayanda Piti and Caydon Paulse, have recently secured positions at the Sugarbird Trust, an organisation committed to safeguarding the unique biodiversity of the Cape Floral Kingdom through alien clearing projects in Cape Town. As River Ambassador and CATHSSETA learnership graduates, respectively, Piti and Paulse have been able to apply the knowledge and skills gained from their training programs to add value to biodiversity management in the City of Cape Town and surrounding areas.

Our Green Skills training provides career pathways for young people to enter the Green Economy. We believes that that our training and development initiatives can open opportunities for individuals to have greater choice over their careers and future. Piti and Paulse’s successful job placements with the Sugarbird Trust are a testament to the effectiveness of Nature Connect’s programmess.

We extend our warmest congratulations to Ayanda Piti and Caydon Paulse on their new roles and wish them all the best in their conservation efforts. The Sugarbird Trust has expressed their satisfaction with their work, praising their attentiveness and responsibility. We are proud to see our former graduates thriving and making a positive impact in the field of conservation.

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