Road Agency Limpopo (RAL) held its welcoming induction programme for the appointment of 22 interns and 6 experiential learner trainees to be trained for 24 months in their respective fields of study within its department.
According to the agency this was part of the preparing absorbed interns for the work environment.
The RAL chief Executive Officer (CEO), Gabriel Maluleke, said the new trainees are joining a team of people with the purpose of serving Limpopo communities when given a task.
Maluleke said the graduates must give it their entire best, that’s the expectations they have from them.
The graduates were selected from over 1300 applicants and Maluleke is confident that all trainees have the capacity to accomplish any task assigned to them.
“You worked hard during the interviews, continue to give us your best as you embark on a new journey with us,” said Maluleke.
Another speaker was the executive manager for corporate services, Modile Boshielo, who reminded the trainees about their responsibilities as interns.
“You are not here to makes copies or serve as messengers, but to learn about your career paths and contribute in delivering quality roads to the people,” she said.
Appointed 22 trainees placed under various sectors within the department as seven placed under planning and design, three in Human Resources, five in Finance, two in Risk Management, one at Internal Audit, two at Environmental development, two in Operations, one at Land use, one at Monitoring and evaluation, one at CEO’s officer, one at Communication and two as company secretariat.