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Open Café, 138 West Street, Sandown, Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa, Gauteng
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EPASS, South Africa’s largest dedicated Industry leader and employability specialists.

An Educational Services company that is designed to complement training programs by delivering career exploitation curriculum, programs, and Products.

The go-to place for Public and Private Education Institutions, Training Establishments and Youth focused Organization in affording quintessential support to youngsters/job seekers in different arrears of job search seemingly enhancing student employability.

With a track record of impacting more than 5000 lives, known for unparalleled Career development handbooks and accelerating young people in the start-up phase of their career.

EPASS is connected to the needs of students, schools, partner organizations and society.

Our product speaks to different employability struggles

Our main existence is to improve the employment outcomes for youngsters, learners, and Graduates who without additional support might find it challenging to SECURE employment, REMAIN employable and PROGRESS in employment

What we do

We help partner Organizations better serve their market.

How we do it

We partner with institutions to provide a range of carefully curated tools; designed to help young people, learners, and Graduates to navigate career trajectories, success, and failures.

Where schools, colleges, and universities already have an employability offering in place our tools are provided to supplement and support.

We take all the administration on us and you as a school will not have any additional tasks.

Why we do  it

  • The division came about as a result of the company’s involvement in the graduate placement space for the past 7 years through National Forum of Unemployed Graduates South Africa (NAFUGSA) and the struggle we noticed as a result.
  • Deficiency to engage effectively, strategically and persuasively at job interviews and /or to convey competence confidence and professionalism in workplace encounters lead to rejection of even the most brilliant candidate.
  • What this means is students are unable to demonstrate sufficiently that they possess skills and attributes employers are seeking and about two thirds of employers cast-off candidates seemingly because job seekers fail to clearly articulate their abilities and demonstrate their competence in a clear and concise manner, Weakening their chances to build credibility , rapport and instantly losing employer’s trust.
  • We also observed that whilst embarking on the Career Journey the first point of reference for most young people is internet and as valuable as its proven in the past, concerns have been raised by youngsters about the number of career information websites available and ease of navigation of such websites this is mainly due to the fact that a range of information available is fragmented, diverse, lacks personalization, difficult to navigate, no validation of sources, leaving young people feeling overwhelmed and disengaged thus resulting in losing interest quickly as the information is not specific or filtered well.
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Phone: 011 056 9320

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