Exploring the world of work. The network for training companies, facilitators, assessors, HR staff & everyone interested in people at work.
Disconnected (2 online)
You are disconnected from chat. Connect to join the chat.
Sign up to chat on Skills-Universe.
Started by Madivan van der Merwe in Employment Practices: Recruitment, Succession Planning, Labour Brokers. Last reply by Ian Webster 17 hours ago. 1 Reply 1 Like
A workplace in which employees are judged solely by the work and results they produce, rather than the hours they spend at their desk in the office, is a dream of mine—and many others. A new study from Pennsylvania State University puts this…Continue
Skills-universe members who have followed the discussion on xenophobia started by Des Squires, will notice from the contributions that it has now diverged into at least four separate threads within the discussion. This raises some ideas for me. So…Continue
Hi Members.In the high tech world of academia, the growing problem of academic integrity is under serious threat. I have read several articles and electronic publications that smacks of Plagiarism. Recently a Paper on Plagiarism from Indian was…Continue
Dr Nzimande expressed concern, among other things, about how South Africa’s raw materials leave the country to…Continue
We are busy with a RPL pilot project. There is no stipend attached to the project because one of the criteria is that learners must be employed. They do not have to pay for the course and get all the learning material for free.
The learners were very excited when they were informed that they were selected. At orientation they were informed that there will be no stipend but only a transport allowance of R200. It is now…Continue
Those who achieve this unit standard will be able to conduct assessments within their fields of expertise.
As constituent assessors they will be able to assess performance against specific unit standards and qualifications registered on the NQF once registered with the relevant SETA
The specific outcomes place emphasis on the fair, valid,…
I trust you are all well. I am a newbie in this business. Currently finalizing the WSP for the NPO where I work. This may be a blond question however I would like to know how much of the WSP is subsidized for NPO if in corporate I gather it ranges from 50%.
Does anyone know how the funding is based and decided? Should we as an organisation have the financial capacity to carry out the training if it happens that we do not get approved.
The Training of English
To teach or train English overseas has become an option for many people (younger and older) around the world. What makes English training such an exciting prospect is that almost anyone (with a western mindset) can and may do it.
Many courses are presented to teach English as a foreign language - TEFL, TESOL,…Continue
we are a newly established electrical training centre. we have been applying for grants and leanership from various SETA's and i think there is something we are not doing right. i wonder if we have consultants who knows the ways in which the SETA systems works.
at this stage there are couple SETA windows open until end of April we need to submit a good and compliant application.