“Oliver and his team were a pleasure to work with. Right from the kitchen design concept at the start when we discussed our ideas, throught to completion of the project, everything was explained and executed with precise detail to make sure that the kitchen delivered was perfect. Nothing was too much trouble, and the attention to detail was fantastic, which is something that sometimes can be lacking here in Dubai. I would have no hesitation to recommend Goettling Design as the company you can absolutely trust, to make sure you have the kitchen of your dreams. Best regards, Belinda”
This is a partnership of the Department of Higher Education and Training with the Manufacturing, Engineering and Related Services (merSETA).The academy aims to provide training to skills development to the youth of the community and also provide new career and entrepreneurial students will qualify for study grants from merSETA and will be trained by facilitators at the Ekurhuleni East TVET College at no cost.
The academy is accredited by merSETA, therefore students will graduate from the course with a recognized qualification. “This is a great addition to our course offerings at the college. “We are pleased to be part of Samsung’s initiative and look forward to seeing the students succeed,” says Helen Sibande, principal at the Ekurhuleni TVET College. The first 20 students have been identified and awarded study grants; this number is expected to rise over the next year.
“At Samsung, part of our strategy is to focus on improving education in line with the mission to improve people’s lives and create a better society,” says Pitso Kekana, Head of Public Affairs and Corporate Citizenship, Samsung Africa. “Our goal is to reach a point where most of our products in Africa are developed on the continent, and the starting point for this is to offer access to the necessary training. “This is why we are excited to be launching the Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Academy, which we hope will help develop a very necessary set of skills among the youth,” says Kekana.
See our Marzi & Remy items for sale. Otto Keramik: (1964-current) Otto Gerharz was a glaze genius not yet fully appreciated. His volcanic glazes are getting a lot of attention, but many of the non-volcanic glazes have great sutlety and complexity as well as often being more uncommon. Kurt Tschörner may have done some of the shape designs, but I have not seen documentation on that. Operation of the company was taken over by Otto Gerharz Jr., and the company remains in business. In addition to new forms and glazes, they have also released contemporary versions of some older glazes, generally less refined than the originals, and they have been reproducing the Ruscha bull and some other early shapes for several years. The later versions can usually be distinguished by the glaze. E-mail Us