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We are urgently looking for an independent ETDP SETA accredited Assessor and RPL Assessor around Polokwane or within Limpopo Province for the following unit standard  aligned courses:Learning ProgrammeUnit Standard / Qualification TitleUS /…See More
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Pierre Wepener replied to Pierre Wepener's discussion FORUMS FOR SKILLS PROVIDERS SECTION 2(2)(a)(x) , ACT 37 OF 2008?
"Hi Gill, Thank you! I am in  complete support of your notion. I think that the time is right for this and the skills providers, of what I've heard and seen will support it. Any suggestions on how you would proceed with this? Maybe asking…"
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Gill Connellan replied to Pierre Wepener's discussion FORUMS FOR SKILLS PROVIDERS SECTION 2(2)(a)(x) , ACT 37 OF 2008?
"Wow Pierre, this is extremely enlightening. Thank you for taking the time. The Association for Skills Development in South Africa (ASDSA) was originally founded as a lobbying Voice to Government & the SETA's. We had a great deal of success…"
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Pierre Wepener replied to Pierre Wepener's discussion FORUMS FOR SKILLS PROVIDERS SECTION 2(2)(a)(x) , ACT 37 OF 2008?
"Hi Annatjie, thank you. Glad to here that in your necks of the wood, it seems to be a bit better - ;-) I would really like to find out exactly who oversee and steer these forums and what they are supposed to deliver or achieve. Thank you for your…"
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Pierre Wepener replied to Tholsia Naicker's discussion Where to Focus?
"Kevin, spot on!- I think it should become a 'Learning assumed to in Place" factor or KPA to be appointed as a Minister!"
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Pierre Wepener replied to Tholsia Naicker's discussion Where to Focus?
"Tholsia,I am with you all the way! Well written, well said!"
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    Where to Focus?

    Started by Tholsia Naicker in Skills, Sector Education & Training Authorities (SETAs), levies & scarce skills. Last reply by Pierre Wepener 9 hours ago. 3 Replies

    The training landscape is to yet to embrace the avalanche of change with the rethink of the new seta landscape!! Just yesterday….We waited patiently as the then new Minister Blade Nzimande took office and delayed the implementation of NSDS 111. As…Continue

    DISCRETIONARY GRANTS APPLICATIONS

    Started by Bronwyn Newman in Accreditation, training material, assessment 12 hours ago. 0 Replies

    SERVICES SETA 2014/2015DISCRETIONARY GRANTS APPLICATIONSThe Services Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) is a statutory body established in terms of the Skills Development Act of (1998) as amended, to enable stakeholders to advance skills…Continue

    Tags: discretionary, seta, grant

    When Can We Certifiy Learners for Competence in Unit Standards and Skills Programmes?

    Started by Celeste Maxime Lackay in Accreditation, training material, assessment 17 hours ago. 0 Replies

    Good morning AllI trust that there is someone here who will be able to answer this question for me.I have consulted the Services and ETDP SETA certification policy documents (attached here) which both say that the provider is delegated the authority…Continue

    Tags: Standards, Skills, Programme, Unit, SoR

    What is an assessor

    Started by Des Squire in Accreditation, training material, assessment. Last reply by Rumbi James 12 hours ago. 2 Replies

    I often receive enquiries from people who are qualified as assessors but who do not have any idea about assessment. What shocks me most is that many do not understand that qualifying as an assessor does not give them the right to operate as an…Continue

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    Quality Management System Discussion - POLICY 16: CUSTOMER SERVICES POLICY

    Posted by Jeanine Topping on October 22, 2014 at 9:05 0 Comments

    The Company will endeavour to provide the highest level of service to its customers and ensure that the staff will be professional at all times by showing courtesy, accuracy, accountability, integrity, consideration and promptness in all their actions.

    In order to ensure this the company must identify impediments and address them accordingly as well as provide training on customer service and general communication skills.…

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    It's time to start thinking about your 2015 training needs

    Posted by Chantal Bailie on October 21, 2014 at 9:30 0 Comments

    The end of 2014 is fast approaching and we're all gearing up (or winding down) for a well-deserved break. 2015 will be on our doorstep sooner than we think and it's a good idea to plan for your 2015 training and skills development needs before the end of the year. Chartall Business College provides tailor-made training solutions for companies. We perform a needs analysis for each customer and then tailor a solution to meet their specific needs. To see the learnerships and qualifications we…

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    POLICY 15: WORK INTEGRATED LEARNING AND EXCURSION/OFF-ON SITE POLICY

    Posted by Jeanine Topping on October 21, 2014 at 8:13 0 Comments

    POLICY 15: WORK INTEGRATED LEARNING AND EXCURSION/OFF-ON SITE POLICY

    Work Integrated Learning (WIL) is defined as the knowledge and skills acquired through life and work experience and study which are not formally demonstrated through any educational or professional certification.

    Work integrated Learning is a mode of learning delivered under Minister of Education guidelines that integrates the theoretical concepts of classroom activities with a community…

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    Discretionary grant applications

    Posted by Cindy Payle on October 20, 2014 at 14:36 0 Comments

    The Services Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) is a statutory body established in terms of the Skills Development Act of (1998) as amended, to enable stakeholders to advance skills levels in the services sector.

    The Services SETA invites suitable stakeholders to apply for Discretionary Grant funding. The Discretionary Grants…

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    Communicate and Connect. Confidently

    Posted by Michelle Shippel on October 20, 2014 at 12:30 0 Comments

    Whoever told you that presenting to a group of people is easy, does not know what he or she is talking about. Coming up with a brilliant idea is not a problem. The way in which it comes across to your audience is what makes a difference. Presenting to a group of people can be a daunting exercise - a trial of fire - but one which you emerge from as a more confident communicator, who is able to connect with a diverse range of people. 



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    Success the old school way

    Posted by Chantel Harris on October 17, 2014 at 11:32 0 Comments

    As any leader in the corporate world knows, success does not come quickly or easily. In fact, the best way to prepare for a leading role in a large company is starting at the bottom and working your way up.

    Although every worker who climbed the corporate ladder has their own success story, the road to achievement has some unavoidable steps. Let’s have a look at the basic framework of working your way up in the corporate world:

    Start as early as…

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