Skills And Socio-Economic Development

Amazing Grace Upliftment Centre

Amazing grace is a non-profit organisation in Westlake that aids and supports children with learning difficulties in the early stages of their schooling careers. We are proud to have partnered with Amazing Grace to provide ongoing support, through funding and the provision of learning tools, for the advancement of the children in the community.

QuadPara Association of South Africa (QASA)

Cybicom Atlas Defence has a long-standing relationship with QASA, which promotes and protects the interests of people with mobility impairments. Annual contributions towards skills development and training programmes, have enabled the QASA to advance their ongoing initiatives, that include, driving programmes and computer literacy training, among others.

CSIR (TLIU) Experiential Training Programme

In collaboration with the TLIU and SASCE, Cybicom Atlas Defence has introduced an internship programme, to provide experiential training to young South Africans in the Science, Engineering and Technology fields.

The aim of the Experiential Training Programme is to broaden the country’s current skills base by assisting students acquire practical knowledge that will enable them to complete their respective qualifications, gain relevant work experience and be absorbed into the labour market.

Masiphumelele Rugby Club (Masi)

Masi is a rugby club based in the Sothern Peninsula suburb of Noordhoek, that actively supports the development of rugby in disadvantaged communities in the area. Their first competitive year in club rugby was a great success and saw them establish their name as a potential contender in the sport. Topping Division 4 in their first-year inspired community cohesion and participation which culminated in the team’s very well-deserved promotion to Division 3. Masi is currently competing in the Super League C Division.