OUR VISION

To be leaders of the African agricultural environment; empowering farmworkers, the unemployed and communities with the skills to create a sustainable, transformed and high performance agricultural industry.

OUR VISION

To be leaders of the African agricultural environment; empowering farmworkers, the unemployed and communities with the skills to create a sustainable, transformed and high performance agricultural industry.

TEAM CULTURE

Our team culture is centered on achieving our grand vision, by maintaining our focus on: 

  • Becoming the most efficient, reliable and trusted provider of learnerships, short term NQF 1-4 programmes across the country.  
  • Boosting youth development through skills and career development 
  • Promoting young businesses and Black Owned Brands (BoBs) through enterprise development 
  • Championing a comprehensive rural development strategy linked to land and agrarian reform and food security. 
  • Bridging the gap in the skills and management levels between farmworkers and owners  
  • Achieving transformation within the Agriculture sector, along with enhanced economic and social infrastructure 
  • Installing social programs and relationships with government and its departments that would contribute towards the awareness regarding various challenges and conditions of farm workers and communities. 
  • Maintaining existing, attract new key partners and investors to enable the academy to achieve its vision 
  • Pursuing African advancement and enhanced international cooperation 

OUR OBJECTIVE

SAWIT research has determined that transformation is offensively restrained by the lack of skills development, more especially at management level. In forecasting for skills demand the AgriSETA estimates that the demand for skilled employees at different levels in the next few years (2018-2020) will amount to 510 686 jobs at various levels in the agricultural sector.

OUR OBJECTIVE

SAWIT research has determined that transformation is offensively restrained by the lack of skills development, more especially at management level. In forecasting for skills demand the AgriSETA estimates that the demand for skilled employees at different levels in the next few years (2018-2020) will amount to 510 686 jobs at various levels in the agricultural sector.