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A well-known Training centre in Port Elizabeth is looking for a Faciliator to facilitate training and conduct assessment of persons who wish to acquire Tourist Guiding skills and also be involved in nature conservation activities like soil erosion, control of animals (both non dangerous and dangerous), protecting plant species, veld burn operations, plan vegetation works, resource harvesting etc. Key performance areas include:

International Facilitator

A telematics group with an international footprint is looking for an experienced trainer / facilitator.

The incumbent must have previous facilitation experience as well as experience writing their own training material. The position will involve travelling to countries within Africa.

Excel Dashboards Trainer

We are an accredited Computer and Business Skills training provider and require the services of an experience freelance Computer Trainer that is well versed and can train Excel Dashboards.


A well-known Training provider in Port Elizabeth is looking for a TETA registered Moderator within the Port Elizabeth/East London area.


We urgently require facilitators based in the East London and Kwa-Zulu Natal regions who are qualified to facilitate the National Certificate in Management NQF Level 3.

An assessor/moderator registration for Management NQF Level 3 will be preferable but is not a must. Must be willing to start from 1 May 2014 on a full-time basis for a 10 month contract.

Please note that only individuals based in these regions and those that have the qualification to train Management NQF3 will be considered.

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    Do we need an Ombudsman for the post-school education and training landscape?

    Started by sylvia hammond in Post-school Education and Training. Last reply by sylvia hammond 10 hours ago. 5 Replies

    Following a very interesting discussion on how much legislation there is to keep up with in the world of the training service provider - Carl Roodnick posted a suggestion that what we need in the industry is an Ombudsman.Now this seems like a very…Continue

    Tags: ombudsman, Seta, QCTO, TVET, training

    Finance for Non-Financial Managers - Manual for sale please?

    Started by Shirley Moss in Accreditation, training material, assessment yesterday. 0 Replies

    Good day everyone.  I am needing a ready to train manual for this subject of Finance for Non-Financial Managers.  Does anyone have a manual they are prepared to sell for a reasonable fee for a once-off training use? Continue

    Tags: non-financial, managers, for, Finance, manuals.

    Freelance / Independent Training Professionals - Networking Event Port Elizabeth

    Started by Anna Retief in Accreditation, training material, assessment Apr 15. 0 Replies

    KSA Training Consultants & PE's Young Professionals Network is hosting a networking event specifically aimed at independent / freelance professionals in training. Please see the Facebook event for more details, or to RSVP: …Continue

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    Accredited 74149 Assessor

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    Hi there, I am accredited TETA assessor for the Qualification 74149.

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    Posted by Wilma de Villiers on April 21, 2014 at 21:30 5 Comments

    I read an interesting article in the Weekend Argus of 15 March 2014, THANK YOU FOR NOT SMOKING AT WORK Tony Healy discussed smoking at work in his article. He said that employers are entitled to impose a ban or reduce pay for breaks taken. I am sure that smokers were and will be up in arms when they read this.

    Smokers are entitled to smoke before and after work, during their lunch and tea breaks. This is unfortunately not happening in most instances.

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    COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT ... a mouthful!

    Posted by Wilma de Villiers on April 17, 2014 at 22:30 4 Comments

    A while ago Sylvia commented on the collective agreement and I tried to find it but was unsuccessful.

    I am a lecturer at an FET College and as many people know, we have now moved over to DHET.  A collective agreement was signed.…



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