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Sandile Tsie

Sandile Tsie

Work History

Work History

Ntethe Consulting Services

Oct 2011 - Present

Managing Director

I am responsible for all strategic operational activities, raising capital for the company, market, lobby and advocate on behalf of the company. I'm also responsible for programme/content development, facilitator, raise capital and manage stakeholder relations.

  • Recruited 4clients since its existence
  • Mentored two community organisations
  • Developed a youth leadership coaching programme
  • Invited by a national SABC1 educational programme SHIFT 
  • Invited to a local radio station EKFM
  • Beinga regular guest on Ikwekwezi FM Teen Zone show as a motivation speaker
Jul 2012 - Aug 2012

Trainer

I was a part of a training team as a Trainer. I was responsible to play my role to train allocated training around the country. Main tasks we to train grade 10, 11 & 12 teachers who teaches Mathematics, Physical-Sciences and English on our intervention (Game Methodolology). I was also responsible of training learners at schools level to understand the how to of our methodology).

Manage to impact more than 40 schools in (Gauteng, Mpumalanga, North-West, Kwa-Zulu Natal, Northern-Cape and Free State provinces.

Ithemba Foundantion

Jun 2011 - Jul 2012

Marketing Manager

I am using all that I have learned to excel in this position. I am responsible for internal & external communication implementation, plan & report on all events, organizational branding, stakeholder relations, quality customer evaluation, programme monitoring & evaluation and organizational profile.

  • Implemented 80% of annual plan with 30% budget
  • Invited by a national SABC1 educational programme SHIFT 
  • Secure a nation SABC1 education programme to showcase our work Big Up
  • Got media (African Reporter Newspaper) coverage (front page) for our life-coaching workshop
  • Increase membership by 60% through outreach programmes
  • Forged a partnership with Avocado Vision and Footprint which 60 youth on financial literacy 
Jun 2009 - Jul 2011

Project Manager

I was responsible for a department (Drop-In Centre) that offers programmes to identified Orphans & Vulnerable Children. I was managing 15 field workers (volunteers) and 5 management staff members. I have gained a lot of children in working with children as we offered them psychological assistance, nutritious meals, life-skills, computer skills, sports, recreation, arts and culture. I was also responsible for stakeholder’s relation, human resources, source of funding and marketing.

  • Assisted 167 families (287 children) through our nutritious support, psychosocial and life-skills services
  • Managed a budget of R1, 200 000 with effectiveness and accountability
  • Raised funds in partnership with all executives members and board members
  • Got support from media covering our events
  • Forge partnering with Southern African Association of Youth Clubs (SAAYC)
Jun 2007 - Jun 2009

Area Coordinator

I was an Area Coordinator, responsible for Ekurhuleni Metropolitan municipality area which gave me vast experience as I was responsible to train, mentor, lead 12 volunteers (groundBreakers). I was also responsible for advocating, lobbying & marketing the organization as the effective HIV/AIDS prevention initiatives that works with young people. Managing a partnership between department of Health & Social Development and loveLife Trust was also my responsibility

  • Trained and mentored 50 volunteers
  • Students participated in our programmes
  • Fundraised for Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality loveLife Games
  • Hosted a big outdoor events (Sports, Recreation, Arts & culture) 

Portfolio

Education

Education

Leadership Certificate

Syllabus/Content Topics/Themes:
  • My identity: By having a strong sense of self, young people can empower themselves to create change.
  • Our identity: By forging a strong communal identity as young change drivers, Activators can act together for the public good.
  • Leadership and innovation toolkit: With a user-friendly and structured ‘toolkit’ for innovation, young change drivers can lead others to transform their communities.
  • Socio-political navigation: By understanding the socio-political context of their communities and our country, young leaders can become more effective as active citizens.
  • Activating ripples and waves of change: By starting with the self and the community, young people can create ripples of change.
Mar 2009 - Jun 2009

Customer Service

Syllabus/Content Topics
  • The nature of customer service 
  • The planning of a customer service programme 
  • The analysis of customer service (situation analysis) 
  • The customer service plan 
  • Implementing the customer service plan 
  • Evaluating customer service 
  • The individual in customer service activities 

Laban Mothlabi Comprehensiveness School

Jan 1998 - Dec 2004

Grade 12

This was my school secondary level and did the following subjects:

  • Isizulu 
  • English 
  • Mathematics 
  • Physical-Sciences
  • Technical-Drawing
  • Trade (Woodwork) 
  • Life-Orientation 

Objective

I want to serve and lead in the human development sector. I believe that I am an answer to someones' prayer while someone is the answer toy prayers. I approach challenges with a an attitude that say "There is a way out"

Skills

Skills
Team Building Facilitation
Customer Service
PR & Marketing Management
Evaluation & Monitoring
Community Mobilisation
Project & Events Management
Presentation & Faciliitation
Leadership

Interest

- Human development empowerment

- Socializing

- Reading newspaper

- Watch life stories documentaries

- Watching or listening to news about currents affiars

- Leadership

Summary

Sandile Tsie is a Community Development & HIV/IAIDS Activist, Inspirational Speaker, Facilitator, Master of Ceremony, Youth Development Practitioner, Edutainer, Networker & a Social Entrepreneur with 8years experience assisting individual and organisation because of his passion for personal and organisational development.  

My strengths are as follows:

Communication – I find it easier to communication, I also find it easy to put thoughts into words. My strong point is being a good conversationalists and presenters.

Activator – I activate things, I make things happen by turning taught into action. I identify a need and take initiative which is what is required from a leader 

Developer – I recognise and cultivate the potential in others. I spot signs of each small improvement and derive satisfaction from these improvements

Woo – I love the challenge of meeting new people and derive satisfaction from breaking the ice and making connection with another person. I belive we are answers to each others' prayers

Input – I always crave to learn and know more, I often like to collect and archive all kind of information. Then, I enjoy using this information to stimulate criativity and critical thinking   

CORE VALUES

·Value for self and others

·Identify, Design, Implement, Monitor, Evaluate and Improve (IDIMEI)

·Transformation and Innovation

·Effective communication and accountability

Certifications

Certifications

International Leadership Programme

Apr 2010 - Dec 2010

Common Purpose

Customer Services

Mar 2009 - Jun 2009

UNISA

Apply accurate HIV/AIDS information on day to day life

Jun 2008 - Dec 2008

loveLife Trust

Grade 12

Jan 1998 - Dec 2004

Laban Mothlabi Comprehensive School

References

References

Mr. Sthembiso Tyatula Progress Manager         +27 (0) 83 282 1994; sthembisogodfrey@gmail.com

Sthembiso Tyatula is one of the management personnel and a leader in the organisation. He is responsible for all programmes.

 

 

Mr. Nkosinathi Manana Progress Manager          +27 (0) 74 933 4522 nkosinathi.manana@gmail.com

Nkosinathi Manana is a Trainer and Progress Monitor. He is responsible for a district in Limpopo.

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