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Fix Auto Collision in collaboration with NF Apprentices has appointed two female apprentices at their shop and have committed to supporting them until they qualify as artisans. Lerato Matheba and Molatelo Makhura, panelbeating and spray painting apprentices respectively, have been given the opportunity to pursue their dreams of one day being artisans in the trades they have chosen to journey along.  

Fix Auto collision is a 100% black female-owned shop that has a passion for skills development and a commitment to growing skills in the industry. Although Lerato and Molatelo have limited exposure in the trades that they have enrolled for, they have shown great potential and have made significant progress in their learning. We are confident that they will have well rounded experience at the end of the apprenticeship with knowledge that will set them up for success in their chosen careers. 

NF Apprentices is thankful to Fix Auto Collision for investing in the development of both Lerato and Molatelo. We would like to see many other young women being given the opportunity to receive training and one day be great leaders in the automotive industry.