Talking 'graduateness' with Raj Naran, a Career Counselor and Team Leader for Career Development Services. We unpack how to be more than someone with a degree after university, how one can be more innovative, prepare for job hunting and the world of work in general. Interpersonal skills,digital skills and social skills is also discussed as necessary tools for students and graduates.
16 Jul 2021
Self-Improvement · Health & Fitness
#The Main Switch presenter Kgomotso Monyai, along with YFM DJ flax, have a conversation about men tackling suicidality , breaking the stigma around men’s mental health. The CCDU explains that the reason behind more men falling victim to suicide is because men use more lethal means. We also learn that…
PLUGGED IN hosts, Kgomotso and Mpumi speaks to CCDU ( Counselling Careers and Development Unit) Psycologist, Lean April on Worldwide Suicide Prevention Day. She explains that most suicides occurs between ages 15 to 29, which is the student population and that this places students in South- Africa at risk with…
CCDU Therapist, Vanessa Trindade, talks to The Main Switch Breakfast host, Kgomotso Monyai, about mental wellness and mental health. Vanessa shares educational points on what mental wellness is, saying that it is not always something that is negative on your mind, instead- it is how you think, feel and how…
Career Educator and Social Worker, Vuyelwa Chili, talks to The Main Switch Breakfast Host, Kgomotso Monyai, about resilience, and shares information around the importance of being resilient within the workplace and in our everyday lives.
Healthy relationships is a very important aspect in our lives, especially during these testing times where we have a pandemic at hand. Managing the relationships we hold so dear is just as important. Plugged In therefore, talks to Vuyelwa Phellows about how to manage healthy relationships.