Street Address: Suite No. 8,
Bureau de Paul Route N4 Office Park, Emalahleni
Tel: (013) 656 0875 / 0857 / 0931
Mpumalanga Regional Training Trust (MRTT) is a public entity mandated to develop the human resource base of the province through the provision of experiential and practical artisan programmes, including hospitality...
While most of the training is provided on campus, the MRTT is also geared to provide off-site training at accredited workshops and through its mobile workshops which travel to remote areas and enable members of local communities ..
The Mpumalanga Regional Training Trust (MRTT) owns an established Hospitality and Tourism Academy, situated in KaNyamazane Valley, 20km from Nelspruit. With programme approval from Culture, Arts, Tourism, Hospitality and..
The Mpumalanga Regional Training Trust (MRTT) is a registered Section 21 Company (Association not for gain) in terms of the Companies Act, 1973 (Act no. 66 of 1973). A commitment to quality training, growth and the setting and maintaining of the highest standards has enabled MRTT to become a specialised training institution that equips individuals with skills across a wide range of fields.
As a public entity reporting through the Board of Directors to the MEC of Education in the Mpumalanga Province, MRTT is mandated to develop the human resource base of the Mpumalanga Province through the provision of experiential, practical, technical, hospitality, tourism, entrepreneurship and life skills training. The main focus is to empower learners, primarily the disadvantaged communities, industry workers and government employees, to participate in the broader economic sphere of the province.
The Mpumalanga Regional Training Trust (MRTT) was accredited as a Construction Centre of Excellence (CCOE) IN April 2009 by the Construction SETA (CETA).
Construction Centres of Excellence are CETA’s flagship institutions that seek to build and sustain South Africa’s competitive advantage through the wide provision of qualified and skilled artisans in the construction field. They are also seen as the skills hubs of the construction sector that aim to supply the industry with qualified artisans in construction related trades. CCoEs are an intervention to address the supply of scarce and critical skills in the sector. They are built upon a reputation for fast, flexible, quality education and training programmes and are a strategic intervention to the economic growth of the country.
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