By Is that clear enough?
The picture below shows 2 Pretoria staff. One is Simone Licht and the other Thinus Jacobsz (son of Willem and Marianna Jacobz – both also Pretoria staff)
Both these staff are part of the delivery team of the revolutionary GATII “lightening quick” delivery team.
Simone and Thinus have been at Flag for months. Simone arrived there in May last year. Last reports we received is that she is STILL on her basics, and is not happy – she wants to come home. She is supposed to be the Survival Rundown (SRD) Supervisor – and there is no data coming forth from Pretoria as to where she is on her training TIP.
Thinus left for Flag at the end of November 2013, but managed a small break in January, coming back to South Africa to spend a week or so with his parents. He returned to Flag in mid January. He finished his metering course in the week of 15th February. No news on his progress since then.
Barring the week or two Thinus spent with his parents in January, he has been at Flag for 35 weeks. This despite the broad promotion that GAT II training is so much faster. Granted, Thinus is not English first-language – but 35 weeks still seems far too long.
Simone has been at Flag for 8 months. She IS English fist language – so what’s the deal with her?
Of course we have no comment on Celeste Viljoen who has been at flag for 3 years or so – apparently training to be an AOAF staff member – wonder if everything she trained on until GATII was cancelled and she had to start again? Just like one of the other AOAF trainee now back on Level 0 after proudly receiving his CLIV permanent auditor cert last last year?
The first outpoint here is that this is being allowed to happen at all. The second outpoint is that no-one is even querying this – to do so will result in the whoever questions this landing in hot water or being fobbed off with some PR answer.