CATS was founded in 1985 by the Southern African German Chamber of Commerce and Industry based on
the German “Dual System” - meaning students confronted with theoretical learning, and four days a week – with
practical training, in companies as the first priority. As a member of the Walvis Bay Corridor, Namport decided
to take part in the training scheme by offering scholarship to matric leavers who want to build a career within the
transport logistics arena.
Selection of trainees will be made in conjunction with the Commercial Advancement Training
Head Office and in line with the Namibian University of Science.