The Skilled for the Future (Sftf) and Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET), Work Based Experience (WBE) programmes have been conceptualised to provide students/learners with a blend of work-based experience, soft skills training and mentoring that enables healthy and informed social, educational and vocational choices.
In response to PwC’s vision which is to build trust in society and solve important problems, the traditional programmes for both Skilled for the Future and TVET WBE has been revised to contribute to Government’s efforts in supporting continued learning for students/learners during and post the pandemic lockdown.The gap identified is the absence of psycho-emotional support and skills to process the plethora of online content. The uncertainty regarding the academic year and plans for completion has created, fear, panic, anxiety and other emotional challenges which needs to be managed to ensure that students/learners are resilient and agile to manage the expectations.
The “You’ve got this” initiative, forms part of our Skilled for the Future, TVET and New world. New skills. programmes which aims to support students/learners to keep healthy both emotionally and socially. In an effort to assist students/learners during this difficult time, PwC has launched a series of online content pieces which will help students/learners to manage the uncertainty surrounding the academic year and their plans for the future.
Check out the bite size content pieces below.