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RECOMMENDATION LETTERS

  • PRETORIA GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL +

    Pretoria High School for Girls used PROCARE to train 24 Peer Counsellors. We were very impressed with the quality of Read More
  • RIETONDALE PRIMARY SCHOOL +

    We are indeed privileged to have PROCARE as a part of our School based Support system. R.D. Hoggan Headmaster Read More
  • BEAULIEU COLLEGE +

    As head of learner support I have been hoping (and suggesting) that this (SSP) happens. I believe that this format Read More
  • GDE: TSHWANE NORTH +

    PROCARE has developed child protection programmes for children aged 5-9 years and 10-12 years of age. PROCARE has been presenting Read More
  • GAUTENG DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION: GREATER SPRINGS/NIGEL AND DEVON(DISTRICT S5) +

    As the District Education Office in Greater Springs/Greater Nigel and Devon, we have interacted with the Life Orientation Programmes of Read More
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REFERENCE LIST

This Reference List includes Educational Institutions in Gauteng that we have rendered services to over the past few years, followed by some of the recommendation letters we have received.
Gauteng Department of EducationLife Skill Programmes
INSTITUTION SERVICE PROVIDED
Laerskool Akasia training & Life Skills
Beaulieu College School Support Programme
Boston College training & Life Skills
Lebone College Counselling & Life Skills
Loreto Primary School School Support Programme
Hatfield Montessori School Counselling, training & Life Skills
Pretoria Girls High School training & Life Skills
Queens Private School training & Life Skills
Rietondale Primary School School Support Programme
Rosebank College training & Life Skills
Waterkloof Primary School School Support Programme

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