Having recognised a critical gap for skills development to help address unemployment in SA’s ever-changing economic landscape, Louis Pulzone founded turnkey training provider LFP Training in 2013 and is now group CEO. The company’s innovative programmes are aimed at educating and upskilling people who have disabilities, in line with the country’s black economic empowerment (BEE) codes of good conduct. LFP Training combines years of experience with a passion for education and making a difference. It has trained more than 4,500 learners, and more than 300 clients have paid R60m in stipends directly to these learners. This resulted in a 100% pass rate in the company’s BEE verification audits. Growing from a team of three set up in an apartment to a staff complement of almost 90 – and with a vision of employing 200 team members by the end of 2018 – the company has taken flight under its passionate, focused and skilled leadership. Today, disabled people – both unemployed and employed – c...

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