MISA’s National Executive Council increased the annual study assistance of up to R12 500 to assist 150 members with their studies to grow and enhance their promotion opportunities in the retail motor industry.
Martlé Keyter, Chief Executive Officer: Operations, says the Union believes in a lifelong learning and growth mindset to ensure that the retail motor industry is equiped for the challenges of the future.
“This has become more relevant than ever before with the expansion of electric vehicles (EV’s) and the support structures needed. Increasingly more of South Africa’s key export markets are moving to ban petrol or diesel propulsion towards eliminating fossil fuel cars by 2050.
“MISA wants its members to remain ahead of the game in their respective fields within our industry,” says Keyter.
The MISA Study Assistance is subject to 12 months consecutive contributions and specified criteria.