The reason our staff are so happy is because we employ people who are passionate about what we do. We believe that you don’t need a lot of people to make a difference – a few great people can create change. We think our team is great, and they certainly enjoy making a difference in the lives of our adult learners.
Linda is passionate about adult education and loves seeing the difference that our courses make to the lives of our learners. In her role as Managing Director, Linda’s passion, expertise and vision have nurtured and grown Learning Cubed for over a decade into the thriving business it is today. Linda graduated from the University of Natal with a Bachelor of Science majoring in Mathematics and Psychology and went on to establish a career in teaching. After twenty years’ experience teaching mathematics at high school level, Linda was ready to move on to new challenges. Having long been concerned about the inequalities in the education system, she was inspired to use her vast teaching experience to help up-skill adults in their workplace – a decision that has turned out to be exceedingly fulfilling. In addition to her leadership role, Linda is actively involved in the everyday running of the business and oversees the project management and material development of our courses. Her love of teaching ensures that she facilitates whenever she is able to.
Vish is our Training and Development Manager. Vish joins Learning Cubed after pursuing a degree in Psychology and English through UNISA. He previously taught Mathematics, English and Science at a high school for 6 years. Education is his passion and by moving into the world of adult education and training he hopes to learn more about the system in South Africa and how it can be improved to give everybody in our beautiful country a fair chance of learning new content and skills; using their education to better their lives and the lives of the people around them. He enjoys keeping active, exploring nature and travelling around South Africa. His interests include aggressively reading any interesting books he stumbles across, as well as writing in his spare time.
||Ansie van der Westhuizen