Welcome to Milimo Training


To lead and inspire training and skills development


To provide quality education, training and development in accordance with the prescribed criteria of the South African skills development strategy and deliver programs with integrity and commitment to community ideals of skills development and employability.


The organization supports a culture of learning that promotes Critical innovative thinking of life long skills through, honesty, ethical free market business principles fair, open and democratic communication principles

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Our proffessional facilitators are 24 hours available for any help that you may require, contact them here

Learning Material

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Online Courses

we offer online classes through virtual platforms. The company also provides the laptops for your studying convinience

End-User computing

We offer Microsoft packages from basic to advanced, please check with the office for more information.

Reading Materials

Reading materials are available on our online platform. You have to login to access the material.


All our assesment are SETA aligned and conducted by the SETA itself, Please provide the Following- ID-Copy of CV- and Copy of certified Qualifications

We Are Different from others

Inhouse Training

In-house training is a course we hold on your premises, and represents an good option for both large and small companies wanting to train a number of employees at the same time. The advantage is that it ensures a common approach; a uniform methodology and terminology can be more easily created around a specific area for all participants.

Professional Facilitators

The definition of facilitate is “to make easy” or “ease a process.” What a facilitator does is plan, guide and manage a group event to ensure that the group’s objectives are met effectively, with clear thinking, good participation and full buy-in from everyone who is involved. To facilitate effectively, you must be objective. This doesn’t mean you have to come from outside the organization or team, though. It simply means that, for the purposes of this group process, you will take a neutral stance. You step back from the detailed content and from your own personal views, and focus purely on the group process. (The “group process” is the approach used to manage discussions, get the best from all members, and bring the event through to a successful conclusion. How you design this depends on many factors, and we’ll explore this in a little more detail later in the article. The secret of great facilitation is a group process that flows – and with it will flow the group’s ideas, solutions, and decisions too.) Your key responsibility as a facilitator is to create this group process and an environment in which it can flourish, and so help the group reach a successful decision, solution or conclusion.

Perfect Programs

perfect curruculum.

Meet our respected facilitators

Milton Mtambara
ICT Facilitators

Bsc Computer Science, with 10 years experience .

Issac Mafume
Business Facilitator

Bsc Economics with 12 years experience

Bheki Ntini
Media Facilitator

Masters in Multimedia with 9 years experience

Kamini Naidoo
Head Training

BA Hons MA communication with 15 years experience.