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Curro Private College Midrand NCV programme propels 2023 alumni to aviation success

Curro Private College Midrand NCV programme propels 2023 alumni to aviation success.

Lesego Angel Ngoepe’s decision to enrol in the National Certificate Vocational (NCV) programme at Curro Private College Midrand has profoundly impacted her life.

As an alumna of last year’s programme, she has achieved remarkable success in the aviation industry, having recently secured a coveted spot at the esteemed Blue Chip Flight School.

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During her time in the programme, she meticulously developed a strong foundation in technical subjects, including mathematics, physics, and engineering.

These subjects were pivotal in equipping her with the necessary understanding of flight principles, which are integral to the aviation industry.

“The exposure to industry-specific knowledge not only expanded my understanding but also provided invaluable mentorship and guidance from experts in the field. This exposure not only kept me abreast of the latest advancements in aviation but also instilled in me a deep understanding of the industry’s intricacies and demands,” she explained.

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With the knowledge and expertise gained through the programme, Ngoepe was well-prepared to excel in flight school and make her mark in the competitive aviation industry.

Her experience at Curro Private College instilled in her the skills, resilience, and confidence needed to navigate the challenges of her chosen career path.

“Studying NCV at Curro Private College was a transformative journey that broadened my horizons and pushed me to achieve my potential. The supportive learning environment at the college encouraged me to develop the necessary skills to excel in my chosen career.”

In addition, Curro Private College Midrand marketer Kaizer Masuku emphasised the effectiveness of the programme model by noting the progression of learners through all levels of the college, demonstrating mastery of fundamental subjects along the way.

“This progress underscores the college’s unwavering commitment to empowering young learners to pursue their career aspirations from an early stage,” Masuku concluded.

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