History of the firm
VETTA – of Italian origin meaning top, summit, peak.
Founded in 1999 by one of the current Directors, Ornella Bourgeois who from the beginning had a clear vision on making VETTA Communication to be the first choice service provider in soft skill development training and consulting; to uplift and empower all individuals with personal ownership, knowledge, leadership, life and communication skills.
VETTA has become a nationally recognized service provider with training being presented either in a public format, in-house (at clients premises) and on live television broadcasts.
VETTA’s aim is for South African companies to have sustainable returns on their training investment, increased work performance, productivity and profitability; our holistic vision is to enrich companies and employees by developing the basis for freedom in human thinking.
Mission, Vision and Values
To be the preferred choice training provider. Lead by example through our work passion & commitment to sharing knowledge and uplifting individuals.
Reliable, Quality, Performance, Professionalism
BEE status of level 4 and support BEE companies wherever possible. We do not discriminate on terms of medical condition nor HIV/AIDS status.
We work with suppliers that share the same principles and values
Corporate Social Responsibility
We donate monies annually to current and pertinent charities. VETTA offers selected free training workshops to NGOs
Key Team Members
Director & TrainerKirsten Schilder
Sales & Marketing ConsultantDanny McCabe
Accreditation and BEE
VETTA Communication is a registered provider with Serivces SETA. VETTA offers a portfolio of programmes, some of which are accredited and some that are not. We form partnerships with other training providers that offer unit aligned training programmes accredited with the relevant SETA’s. Companies who are registered with a SETA and who have prepared their Skills Development Plans and pay their SDL’s monthly can claim their VETTA Communication workshop fees back against the Skills Development Levies that they pay.
Skills development expenditure includes any legitimate expenses incurred for any learning programme offered by a company to its employees and must be evidenced by an invoice or attendance register. Short courses / soft skills training cannot be SAQA accredited. This only applies for participants involved in learnerships, apprenticeships or working towards a degree.
Members of the Cape Chamber of Commerce & Industry
VETTA Communication (Pty) Ltd is registered with services SETA as a recorded provider (No. 271). This enables clients to claim their SDL.