Regenesys Business School was the only higher education training institute invited to be involved in the 2016 National Education Excellence Awards initiated by the Minister of Basic Education, Angie Motshekga. The awards serve to recognise excellence in school performance and provide the winners with further resources. Regenesys donated bursaries to the total value of R220 000 to the winners.
The Ministerial Award was won by Westerford High School and the winning principal was awarded a Regenesys Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration (PDBM) bursary. The 12-month PDBM qualification is rated NQF level 8.
The top eight Most Improved Full-Service Schools were Mkankomo Full Service School, Jacobsdal Full Service School, Diepsloot Combined School, Phendukani FSS, Tenteleni Full Service School, Lowryville Full Service (PKS), Ramokoka Primary School and Ned Doman High School and each received two Regenesys short courses covering a variety of business topics including Business Ethics and Corporate Governance; and Spiritual and Emotional Intelligence.
Head of Regenesys School of Public Management, Mr William Vivian was a special guest at the awards ceremony hosted by Minister Motshekga, held in Pretoria at the Presidential Guest House in April.
Caption: Head of Regenesys School of Public Management Mr William Vivian (far right) claps as Minister of Basic Education Ms Angie Motshekga (far left) looks on during the National Education Excellence Awards ceremony held in Pretoria recently.