Kukhula is excited about partnering with your organisation to add value by improving
productivity and supplement to your bottom-line and assist to increase your B-BBEE Scorecard.



Above & Beyond




"Shaping the Future"

The Kukhula vision is the seed of the organisation, growing in all areas, people and actions taken within, “shaping the future” in alignment to environmental changes happening consistently in the modern day working environments and economy.

"One learner at a time"

We at Kukhula believe that when unlocking someone's full potential - then we can truly shape the future of the working enviroment for individuals and employers alike. Making an impact on the economy and enriching lives is what we do.

"Teamwork, Above & Beyond, Integrity, Innovation"

These are our 4 core values that we strive to conduct in our business, may it be in the classroom or in the office. Kukhula Team strives to go above and beyond for all our learners, clients and each other.

Our Accreditation

Success Counts

In the last 20 years, we have achieved



We are an experienced Training Provider for over 20 years.


Training Regions

We have over 50 training regions across South Africa.



We have had over 120 happy clients over the 20 years.



Kukhula has trained over 200 000 learners.

Our Accreditors


We are verified as a proud Level 1 B-BBEE contributor with 125% procurement recognition.

Not only do we hold a level 1 B-BBEE scorecard, but our services directly impact four of the B-BBEE elements of our clients B-BBEE Scorecard:
1. Management Control
2. Skills Development
3. Enterprise Development and Supplier Development
4. Socio Economic Development


This is cuServices SETA ensures that the skill requirements of the services sector are identified and that adequate and appropriate skills are readily available. The Services SETA contributes to the improvement of sector skills through achieving a more favourable balance between demand and supply, and ensuring that education and training meet the agreed standards within a national framework.


The South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) is a juristic organisation - that is an entity given a legal personality by the law. The South African Qualifications Authority Board is a body of 12 members appointed by the Minister of Higher Education and Training.


In accordance with the Higher Education Act (1997), Private Higher Education Institutions are required to register with the Department of Education. The courses that we offer are accredited by the Council on Higher Education (CHE).


Umalusi Council sets and monitors standards for general and further education and training in South Africa in accordance with the National Qualification Framework Act No 67 of 2008 and the General and further Education and training Quality Assurance Act No 58 of 2001.


The QCTO is responsible for the accreditation of Skills Development Providers (SDPs). The QCTO accredits SDPs to offer programmes and qualifications that falls under the Occupational Qualifications Sub-Framework (OQSF)


This is custom heading elementIn collaboration with other agricultural stakeholders, AgriSETA generates and supports opportunities for social, economic, and employment growth for agri-enterprises through relevant, high-quality, and easily available education, training, and development in both primary and secondary agriculture.


The Transport Education Training Authority (TETA) is one of the 21 SETAs in South Africa tasked with facilitating skill development and training in various economic sectors. TETA's business areas include rail, aircraft, maritime, road freight, road passenger, taxi, freight handling, and forwarding and clearing. The authority is committed to ensuring that the National Skills Development Plan (NSDP) is implemented in order to create a pool of workers who are highly skilled, competitive, and competent to perform effectively in the transportation sector.


The SETA's mandate is to promote and support the delivery of education, training, and development in order to improve the sector's skills profile and contribute to the creation of employment opportunities, particularly for previously disadvantaged people.


In 2000, the Skills Development Act established the Wholesale and Retail Sector Education and Training Authority (W&RSETA) (as amended). As specified in the National Skills Development Plan, the public entity strives to facilitate the Wholesale and Retail (W&R) Sector's skills development needs by implementing learning programs, disbursing grants, and monitoring education and training (NSDP).
The Department of Higher Education and Training manages SETAs. There are 21 SETAs in the country, each serving a different economic area.

Our Process

After becoming partners of Kukhula we follow these 6 steps:

Step 1: We recruit the required learners.
Step 2: We register the learners.
Step 3: We have induction with the learners.
Step 4: We provide the necessary training.
Step 5: We manage and complete all assessments.
Step 6: We exit the learners and they receive their certificates.

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Our Process

Our National Footprint

With offices based in Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town, having our Facilitators based throughout South Africa, we are able to train in almost any area.

Our Training Venues

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