Reading Time: 2 minutesWorld Skills International is the leading global organisation promoting skills. World Skills is the global hub for Skills Development and Training. The competition offers opportunities for industry bench-marking skills, effective and best teaching practices, sustainable training systems, and life skills development.
Reading Time: 1 minuteSAMBRA’s National Director Eddie Martin explains the importance of using an accredited repairer for all your motor body repair requirements.
Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Minister of Transport, Joe Maswanganyi, has called for the introduction of harsher sanctions to combat drunk and negligent driving – including a mandatory prison sentence.
Reading Time: 3 minutesHarsh penalties for drunk driving in South Africa are unlikely to reduce the number of incidences says Wheels24.
Reading Time: 3 minutesThe RMI had a stand at the National Association of Automotive Component and Allied Manufacturers (NAACAM) show held at the Durban Exhibition Centre from 5 -6 April 2017. The stand received several visitors and interest was shown from visitors of the show.
Reading Time: 3 minutesThe VDQ Qualification is seeded on the National Qualifications Framework Level 4 and is similar to and on a par with a Degree or National Diploma. If you want to pursue a career in vehicle repair and qualify for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), then read all about the VDQ Qualification process.
Reading Time: 1 minuteMandatory & Discretionary Grant applications close 30 April 2017. There are just 10 DAYS before the deadline.
Reading Time: 1 minuteThe South African Insurance Association (SAIA) have put together this handy consumer information pack on Motor Insurance and how to know which cover to purchase.
Reading Time: 1 minuteThe South African Insurance Association (SAIA) aims to educate consumers on the ins and outs of insurance. This insurance overview educates consumers on insurance, where and how to get it and the best plan for you! Read more about insurance from SAIA.
Reading Time: 1 minuteSAMBRA members in the Cape Town area are invited to participate in an apprentice placement programme between July and December 2017. Some 80 apprentices are available for placement through the collaborative efforts between SAMBRA and False Bay College.