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Charles Dey replied to sylvia hammond's discussion How are SETAs administering discretionary grants?
"I think that your understanding of the process is correct and in my experience with one of the SETAs the process takes 4 -6 months. I am of course open to correction"
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Kate Sani replied to Dr Jacqueline Baumgardt (Jax)'s discussion QCTO developments
"Thank you Sylvia. The QCTO and SETA's have been very busy since late last year identifying those legacy qualifications that they consider should be re-registered and those to be de-registered. Ultimately the decision regarding re-registration…"
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Lynel Farrell replied to Dr Jacqueline Baumgardt (Jax)'s discussion QCTO developments
"Okay, stop!  With all this QDF, DQP, AQP, PDI, SDP, LQDF, QAP, FLCP, LMD, AQPF, OAP and the other abbreviations that I have missed out – I have a splitting headache.  So to put things in perspective for this little blond brain of…"
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Des Squire replied to Des Squire's discussion Temporary Employees and 2015 regulations
"Judith Griessel a labour Law Consultant at Griessel Consulting responded as follows Des, you have asked the million dollar question - and I do not think there is an easy answer (yet!). As I mentioned, it is still somewhat 'gray' what…"
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Lynel Farrell replied to Dr Jacqueline Baumgardt (Jax)'s discussion QCTO developments
"SSeta: Length of time to achieve accreditation The accreditation process to take ten weeks (if no remediation or additional requirements are to be submitted). A provider will achieve provisional accreditation if: 1. The minimum (against…"
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Hannes Nel replied to Dr Jacqueline Baumgardt (Jax)'s discussion QCTO developments
"Where are you (situated), Renee? How would you like to be involved? Can you send me your CV if, for example, you would like to facilitate for us? Can't make any promises but we are always on the lookout for talented educators and researchers."
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Renee' McGibbon replied to Dr Jacqueline Baumgardt (Jax)'s discussion QCTO developments
"Hi Lynel, I agree it is risky, but it is the perfect qualification for their intended offering. This is for primary scope accreditation, and unfortunately no other qualifications will be submitted at this stage. Assessors and Moderators are in…"
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Lynel Farrell replied to Dr Jacqueline Baumgardt (Jax)'s discussion QCTO developments
"Renee, I think this is a gamble. 1. If your client obtains accreditation?  Is this a first application for accreditation? 2. When was the application submitted? 3. Did your client submit this Qualification for Programme Approval together with…"
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Renee' McGibbon replied to Dr Jacqueline Baumgardt (Jax)'s discussion QCTO developments
"Hi Hannes, Let me be the first to volunteer my services (free of course ;) , to assist you any way that I can. If it takes a community to raise a child - let us stand together as a community to to sort things out!"
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Lynel Farrell replied to Des Squire's discussion Temporary Employees and 2015 regulations
"Hi Des, I also want to know more (more, more, more) please - this is very interesting information.  Thank you so much for sharing this!"
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Hannes Nel replied to Dr Jacqueline Baumgardt (Jax)'s discussion QCTO developments
"Thanks for the vote of confidence, my friend. We are in this together and we need to co-operate to sort things out."
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    Temporary Employees and 2015 regulations

    Started by Des Squire in Employment Practices: Recruitment, Succession Planning, Labour Brokers. Last reply by Des Squire yesterday. 4 Replies

    The purpose of the amendments is to prevent employers using fixed term contracts when a position is not really temporary - to “try out” employees and if it doesn’t work out appoint someone else on the same basis or – to appoint temporary employees…Continue

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    Started by Pono Pitsoe in General - topics not covered by categories yesterday. 0 Replies

    Hi thereI am trying to convert a .PPT file format to .DOC file format. What software can I use. I tried the online converters and they are not helping.Thank you for your assistanceContinue

    How are SETAs administering discretionary grants?

    Started by sylvia hammond in Skills, Sector Education & Training Authorities (SETAs), levies & scarce skills. Last reply by Charles Dey 6 hours ago. 1 Reply

    Noone can say that skills development doesn't contribute to lifelong learning - I learn every day.Recently it came to my attention that there may be a legal difference in the obligations on DHET between the legislation in the form of Acts, which are…Continue

    Tags: grants, mandatory, discretionary, basic, adult

    Invitation to all SHEQ training providers

    Started by Rudy Maritz in Education, ECD, Post-school Education & Training yesterday. 0 Replies

    We want to hear from training providers who wants to promote their events on our member website.The following fields are acceptable:Health & SafetyQuality ManagementEnvironmental ManagementEnterprise Risk ManagementCorporate Social…Continue

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    Aliens don’t negotiate. Build respect in your negotiating teams.

    Posted by Brian V Moore on January 29, 2015 at 10:30 0 Comments

    Building respect and relationships, within negotiating teams will change the outcomes of wage negotiations.

    Picture an All Black playing against the Springboks. They are traditional rivals. As he walks onto the field, he has no thought of negotiation in mind. His focus is to win at any cost. The Bok players feel exactly the same.

    His team start with an impressive Haka. (In South Africa…

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    How to lose your SETA Accreditation – or not

    Posted by Jeanine Topping on January 29, 2015 at 9:45 0 Comments

    Any SETA will take action against training providers who do not adhere to the accreditation agreement and conditions they have with a training provider when they are awarded their accreditation.  Some training providers are not aware that certain conduct by them will result in criminal transgressions. 



    Some of these may be:

    • Learners assessed against unit standards which the accredited training provider, assessor or moderator    have not been accredited or…

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    Napping and Productivity

    Posted by sharon snell on January 27, 2015 at 9:09 6 Comments

    This a very interesting article on the benefits of napping from Productivity SA Newsletter for January

    Napping and Productivity

    A general consensus has emerged over the years that people nap not to recover from last night's party, but more often than not to make up for early-morning commutes, long work hours, and too many responsibilities at home. After a little nap, they feel more alert and do a better job. In fact, some American…

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    Quality Assurer: Funeral Services Specialisation

    Posted by Emma Ka Mbele on January 23, 2015 at 17:00 0 Comments

    SERVICES SETA ADVERT



    The Services Sector Education and Training Authority (SSETA), a statutory body established in terms of the Skills Development Act, 1998 (Act 97 of 1998), invites applications for the positions hereunder:



    Job Title Quality Assurer: Funeral Services Specialisation



    Total Cost to Company R315 794 – R564 281 per annum



    Job Grade Grade C Upper



    Division/Department Quality Management Division



    Geographic Location…

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    Quality Assurer: Beauty Services Specialisation

    Posted by Emma Ka Mbele on January 23, 2015 at 17:00 0 Comments

      SERVICES SETA VACANCY

    The Services Sector Education and Training Authority (SSETA), a statutory body established in terms of the Skills Development Act, 1998 (Act 97 of 1998),…

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    ASDSA Launch and Awards conference 18 February 2015

    Posted by Jeanine Topping on January 21, 2015 at 9:19 0 Comments

    ASDSA Launch and Awards conference…

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