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Special Graduation Ceremony for AMH

The second group of graduates from Associated Motor Holdings’ Management Development Programme were officially capped during a ceremony at Emperor’s Palace.

It was a pleasure for Southern Business School to arrange a special graduation ceremony for our students who completed the AMH Management Development Programme and obtained their Bachelor of Business Administration degrees.

2011 AMH Bachelor of Business Administration Graduates
Front Row: Sean Fenn, Bill Nash, Dean Schoeman, Mariesa Venter, Michael Prigmore
Middle Row: Brett Young, Francois Marais, Travis Evans
Back Row: Justin Thorne, Gary van Gils, Jacob Gerber (Absent: Steven Terblans; Elmarie van Rhyn)

After the constitution of the special congregation by Dr. Kekana (Chairperson of the Board of Directors of Southern Business School), Mr Vorster welcomed all present. This was followed by a motivational keynote address by Mr. Manny de Canha, the MD of the AMH Group. Mr. Bill Nash, the course leader, presented each of the graduates individually.

Congratulations to the graduates: Travis Evans; Sean Fenn (Cum Laude); Jacob Gerber; Charles Marais; Michael Prigmore; Dean Schoeman; Dudley Terblans (Cum Laude); Justin Thorne; Gary Van Gils; and Brett Young!

2 Responses to "Special Graduation Ceremony for AMH"

  1. What a great blog

  2. Hey Guys .. just saw this for the first time today.

    Thanks to SBS and Bill Nash and Mariesa Venter form UPS for their nurturing, guidance and teaching excellence.
    Now to apply what we learnt in our daily business happpings.
    KInd Regards
    Sean Fenn

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