DAVID COLLINS – BIOGRAPHY

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David Collins is a specialist coach, facilitator and consultant with an extensive background in the financial sector. He sits on the panel of external coaches for Investec as well as Nedbank, but also has working relationships with JPMorgan, CITI Bank as well as ABSA and Standard Bank.

David has a keen sense of social responsibility and its importance to the sustainability of countries and economies. To this end, David started The Foundation Clinic – Addiction Recovery Solutions formally SHARP, a primary care facility for people suffering from substance abuse.

He then went on to be the founder of the U-ACT Trust (Ubuntu Addiction Community Trust & the Ubuntu Academy of Coaching & Training), a Section 18A company whose aim is to incorporate the skills and success of coaching in the field of Recovery Coaching.

The U-ACT coaching academy has since grown into a global organisation with representatives  in the U.K , Australia, New Zealand,Botswana, South Africa, Hong Kong and now the USA.

What I can offer within the corporate environment. My passion in the South African context is Transformation within the workplace.

Will Travel anywhere – +27 (0) 83 288 0309

I offer various trainings to become a  coach via the U-ACT – Ubuntu Addiction Community Trust

Sandton | Johannesburg | South Africa
+27 (0) 11 728 92 00

Sandton | Johannesburg | South Africa
+27 (0) 11 728 92 00

Business Coaching & Leadership

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Making the world a better place.

Online Course Registration

If you wish to join the online training or want to sponsor then please register via the zoom link below:

You are invited to a Zoom meeting.
When: Jan 17, 2019 4:00 PM Johannesburg

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REGISTER FOR TRAINING BY CLICKING HERE

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

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