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3 kotze Presentation - Alan Grobelaar - 31 August 2011
 

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    3 kotze Presentation - Alan Grobelaar - 31 August 2011 3 kotze Presentation - Alan Grobelaar - 31 August 2011 Presentation Transcript

    • 3 Kotze Street Night Shelter for adults
    • FRONT VIEW: 3 Kotze Street HILLBROW
    • Funding Proposal
      • Funding proposal for the establishment and operations of a Night Shelter for displaced people on the streets of Johannesburg. This document outlines the detailed management model to be put into operation at Number 3 Kotze Street Hillbrow with a range of outreach activities targeting street-dwelling population in the City of Johannesburg
    • Background
      • The City of Johannesburg have allocated R8 million Rand for refurbishment of 3 Kotze Street through the Johannesburg Development Agency (JDA)
      • The architects, engineers and quantity surveyors have been appointed. The process of identifying the contractor is already in process
      • Community Development is entrusted to manage the facility for the City of Johannesburg as approved by the Mayoral Committee
      • The shelter will house 350 beds for displaced people facing complex concentrations of social and personal challenges. Maximum stay will be 6 months, although the residency period is expected to be no more than a month at a time. Residents will be subject to a comprehensive social care assessment designed to develop an individual stabilisation plan (ISP) detailing the programmes they will be enrolled in and the interventions they will require .
    • Programmes
      • Programmatic Shelter: longer-term shelter with structured intake on the basis of a social care assessment for vulnerable cases, involving a maximum residency period of three consecutive months during which there will be obligatory participation in programmes
      • Overnight Shelter: a shelter operating on a fee-per night basis, catering principally to economically active street-dwellers.
      • Access will be through the onsite admissions desk on a first-come first served basis. The charge will include a bed in shared room, a locker and access to washroom facilities. Food and laundry services will be available at a small additional charge
      • To meet the basic needs of food, clothing for 600 displaced people on the streets through a outreach programmes (shower and food services)
    • Project Objectives / Goals
      • To provide safe/ transitional shelter and care for 350 displaced adults men and women
      • To empower 350 displaced men and women with the necessary skills and capacity, through a spectrum of developmental services
      • To provide psycho-social services to the displaced through social workers/nurses/doctors
      • To meet the basic needs of food, clothing for displaced people through a outreach programmes
      • To provide appropriate skills development programmes
    • HUMAN RESOURCES REQUIRED 3 x security officers (day and night shift Security 5 x Community Developers Reunification and Outreach programme 4 x social worker 2 x Psychologist 6 x auxiliary social worker 10 x Care Worker’s 1 x Medical officer 4 x Nurses Therapeutic and psycho-social programme Personal Requirement 1 x Centre administrator 5 x Kitchen staff 3 x Laundry staff 3 x housekeeping staff 2x Facility Managers 1 x Gardener/handy man Programme Basic Care
    • Budget Required for Human Resources R 150 000 pa Basic Care Administration Financial control Maintenance Food Resources 1 x Centre Administrator Cost to Company p.a. Programme and responsibilities Human Resource Required
    • Budget Required for Human Resources R 200 000 pa Medical assessments HIV and ARV management Treatment 1 x Medical officer R 320 000 pa [R 160 000 pa x 2] Therapeutic care and counseling 2 x Psychologist Cost to Company p.a. Programme and responsibilities Human Resource Required
    • Budget Required for Human Resources R 400 000 pa [R 40 000 pa x 10] Shift work to provide 24hr care Life skills and recreation 10 x Care Workers [1 CW per 10 adults per 12 hour period] 48 hour shifts 5 CW’s on duty per 12 hour period R 640 000 pa [R 160 000 pa x 4] Treatment 4 x Nurses Cost to Company p.a Programme and responsibilities Human Resource Required
    • Budget Required for Human Resources R 510 000 pa [R 85 000 pa x 6] Assist Social Workers Filing and administration of files Some counseling 6 x Auxiliary Social Worker R 640 000 pa [R160 000 pa x 4] Statutory work Therapeutic care Intake and Disengagement Rendering of all SW services including reunification 4 x Social Worker Cost to Company p.a Programme and responsibilities Human Resource Required
    • Budget Required for Human Resources R 90 000 pa [R 30 000 pa x 3] Washing and ironing Clothes Linen 3 x Laundry Staff R 187 500 pa [R 37 500 pa x 5] Meal preparation 5 x Kitchen Staff Cost to Company p.a Programme and responsibilities Human Resource Required
    • Budget Required for Human Resources R 30 000 pa Maintain garden Basic maintenance of buildings Driving/delivery work 1 x Gardener/Handy man R 150 000 pa [R 30 000 pa x 5] Domestic duties Sweeping, mopping, bathroom cleaning 5 x Domestic Staff Cost to Company p.a Programme and responsibilities Human Resource Required
    • Budget Required for Capacity Resources 500 000 350 double bunks and 350 Lockers mattresses 2. Rooms 500 000 Vulcan quote 1. Kitchen Equipment and utensils Total Cost Description Items
    • Budget Required for Capacity Resources 300 000 Computers, phones Photostat machines faxes, Desks, Printers 4. Office Equipment 300 000 Counsel rooms, dining room, Recreational rooms, Sleeping rooms 3. Furniture Total Cost Description Items
    • Budget Required for Capacity Resources 400 000 All equipment needed 5. Doctors room and nurses room Total Cost Description Items
    • FET Vocational Training Centre Vision & Mission
      • Ensure that all the stakeholders is committed to the challenges of empowering our learners to secure a brighter future for themselves in our country.
      • To provide quality skills development and education for the community, incorporating them in the workforce.
      • The training centre will accommodate out of school youth and special needs learner in capacitate them through vocational skills training and obtain SAQA accredited qualification in the field.
      • To enhance literacy and numeracy skills through the ABET training for the learners out of youth and special needs learners.
      • The out of youth and vulnerable children will benefit both ABET and Vocational training, attend classes from 08H00 – 15H00
      • The learners with Special needs, especially the MMH learners from MMHS School, this centre as further training institute for them, attend classes from 08H00 – 15H00
    • To provide appropriate skills development programmes R250 000-00 Tools & equipment to ensure that workshop must have Working benches Motor mechanic tools & equipments Motor Mechanic Centre R450 000-00 Basic Woodwork machines Rip saws, rip & cross cut saws, spindle, surfacing and thickness Woodwork benches Woodwork utensils & tools Woodwork material Woodwork Centre Total Cost Description Items
    • To provide appropriate skills development programmes R350 000 Garage Spray guns, spray machines Storage Tools Panel beating Centre R350 000 All equipment needed Welding machines Accessories – tools Storage for equipment – Working benches Metal Work Centre/ Steel Metal / Welding Total Cost Description Items
    • To provide appropriate skills development programmes R250 000-00 Stainless steel catering table Utensils, pots, bowls, cutlery, etc 3 Industrial Stoves 2 Industrial fridge Wash basins Catering centre R250 000-00
      • Fully equip hairdressing salon
      • Washing station & equipments
      • Hairstyling station & Equipments
      • Manicure & pedicure equipments & stations
      Hair Dressing & Cosmetology Centre Total Cost Description Items
    • To provide appropriate skills development programmes R250 000-00 2 Needle work table 5 Sewing machines Needle work accessories Ironing station Cutting of pattern station Needlework / Dressmaking R250 000-00 Green house Garden equipment Seedlings Pot plants Fertilizers Nursery / Greenhouse / food garden Total Cost Description Items
    • To provide appropriate skills development programmes
      • 2 Facilitators – full time to teach the learners basic reading & writing skills
      • Salary per facilitator
      • 96 000 -00 pa x 2
      • Department for Basic
      • Education and Training is
      • responsible:
      • Identify the candidate with relevant qualifications to teach Abet.
      • Salary for 2 facilitators
      • Resource the material
      • Centre register abet Centre to write external exams
      ABET Level 1 – Level 4 2 Classrooms to accommodate maximum of 30/ 40 learners Furniture: Table & Chair, cupboards Black Board Stationery Total cost = R100 000-00 ABET Centre Total Cost Description Items
    • Budget Required for Human Resources R108 000-00 pa R55 000 -00 pa Both cost to salaries Higher Education and Training Centre Manager – manage the centre & staff Admin staff – administrative, reception & financial duties 1 Centre Manager 1 Administrative Staff
      • R 90 000 pa x 8 trainers, they must have N4-N6 qualification and work experience in the field to be appointed
      • Cost to be covered by Higher Education and training
      • Salaries
      • SETA accredited the programmes, workshops & study materials
      • SAQA & SETA bodies to ensure learners comes out with accredited qualification in these fields
      Teaching vocational skills Lesson Preparation Preparation for exams Learners Assessment & Moderation of Work
      • 8 Trainers / Artisans for the
      • following centres
      • Woodwork
      • Motor mechanics
      • Panel beater
      • Hairdressing and Cosmetology
      • Catering
      • Needle/ dressmaking
      • Nursery / greenhouse / food gardening
      Cost to Company p.a Programme and responsibilities Human Resource Required
    • Financial Requirements for the Vocational Skills training Centre
      • Human Capital: R1 075 000-00
      • Equipment & Resource for
      • Centres: R2 500 000-00 (installation)
      • Maintenance of equipment/ upgrade estimated cost R250 000-00
      • Total Cost:R 1 325 000-00 (include maintenance of equipment & salaries)
      • For the next four years
      • R 1 325 000-00 x 4 = R 5 300 000-00
    • 1 st Floor Plan
    • Ground Floor Plan