L E A D GAP Y E A R
A YEAR DESIGNED FOR EXPANDING YOUR POTENTIAL
L E A D GAP Y E A R is uniquely designed to create a journey of adventure, self-discovery and personal growth.
THE NEW WAY OF LEARNING.
L E A D can help you get from where you are to where you want to be.
Don’t just discover your destiny, design your future.
A Gap Year that will inspire you to discover your destiny. Through our coaching, training and adventure programmes we will empower you to reach your full potential and lead a life of both success and significance. Our team will support you to learn relevant skills, explore new adventures, add value to community projects and develop long-lasting friendships during a fun and engaging gap year experience.
13 December 2019
17 to 25
Feb – Nov 2020
Available on Campus
L E A D GAP Y E A R is a one-year campus-based enrichment program. L E A D offers a vast network of professional contacts for students to engage with through formal guest speakers, individual class visits and guest lectures. Gap year students have the opportunity to meet and interact with industry leaders, innovators and authors. The workplace experience programme will also give students the necessary exposure to practical work experience and skills to enhance their employability.
The gap year revolves around four core courses which we call L E A D:
Leadership | Entrepreneurship | Adventure | Dynamic Workplace Experience
Ready to start your application for Gap Year? Learn more about our applications and admissions process.
Main telephone: 083 401 4476
Business Fax: 086 578 7338
Admissions & Accounts: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office: Ground floor 214 Beyers Naude Drive Cashan Ext4, Rustenburg, 0299
Campus: Paramount Coaching & Adventure Venue, R52, Rietfontein 348JQ
25°49’27.63″S – 27°23’14.25″E
P.O Box 20487, Proteapark, 0305
LEAVE US A MESSAGE
In a world filled with endless complexity, information, choices and distractions, it’s easy to feel like you’re not making progress. Dan Sullivan and Catherine Nomura are best seller authors and their book The Laws of Lifetime Growth remind us to continually keep our mindset in growth mode.
A lot of people look back at their career and feel a sense of frustration and the number one reason for that is that people feel unfulfilled. It is important to find out what you love to do and what you are good at.