The original college was established in 1982 by Dieter Albert. Initially it was a draughting school, as new technology emerged, secretarial and accounts courses were introduced and taught by Eileen Skeates and Liz Cawood. The college was bought over by Eileen and Liz in 1994 and since then they have enjoyed a special journey that spanned a 25-year partnership in CAD Training Centre, empowering students through computer, development, and life skills.
2019 saw Liz retire and therefore closing the college in Cape Town. Post lockdown, Eileen re-opened with a smaller training hub to teach private and NGO sponsored students and assist with finding employment.
With smaller classes, we offer hands-on training that provide our students with practical skills that ensure they’re able to meet the demands of the job market.
Along with interview workshops and CV assistance, we maintain a database of student CV's and put them forward for suitable positions advertised across media platforms and from well-established relationships within the recruitment industry completely free of charge. We are more than a computer training centre. This is a place where people young and mature come to up-skill themselves, gain confidence, find their strengths and employment opportunities.