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Pierre Wepener replied to sylvia hammond's discussion Radio Talk Show on SAFM - Why are black graduates unemployed?
"For employment to be created, a job needs to be created, for a job to be created there must be demand for that particular product or a service. Long gone is the times of job hunting and "expecting" employment even with a P.hd behind your…"
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Awesome Opportunity - all regions - we need branch and regional managers, facilitators, assessors and moderators - contract and permanent - a large variety of fields

Our training centre has just expanded (almost overnight), nationally in all regions in SA, to include training in the fields of:Property ManagementCleaning & HygieneGardening & LandscapingManagement and SupervisoryOccupational Health and…See More
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A newly established training company seeks assistance with Accreditation

Kindly assist with accreditation. We require accreditation with various SETA's , namely:SSETA, LGSETA, CATHSSETA, MICTSETA, WRSETAContact: Lesley Lungelo Hlabisa (Amalungelo Training Group)Tel:079 582 9913Email: lungelo@amalungelo.co.za or…See More
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Looking to pruchase material for SAQA ID 50080

Further Education and Training Certificate: Project Management – SAQA ID 50080 NQF Level 4, 4 Credits.Any accredited providers with accredited material for the above certificate willing to sell it please send me a quotation to m3i@m3i.co.za.Thanks…See More
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Seeking Learning Material to Buy

I am looking to buy accredited learning material for the Further Education and Training Certificate: Project Management – SAQA ID 50080 NQF Level 4, 4 Credits.This is a Services SETA Qualification and the provider should be able to provide s SLA or…See More
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Steve Short replied to sylvia hammond's discussion Radio Talk Show on SAFM - Why are black graduates unemployed?
"IMHO, a degree show's that there is a demonstrated ability to learn in a given field - it does not show that you can be up and running when you start your first job.  Most new graduates who I worked with had to learn the tactical skills on…"
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Maphuthi Sekwaila replied to Maphuthi Sekwaila's discussion SERVICES SETA REGISTERED SKILLS PROGRAMMES in the group Training Service Providers
"Hi Kim I am actually looking for the registered skills programmes. Thanks"
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Gill Connellan replied to sylvia hammond's discussion Radio Talk Show on SAFM - Why are black graduates unemployed?
"Great comments and suggestions.  Most relevant. Thanks"
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Marilize Marais replied to sylvia hammond's discussion Radio Talk Show on SAFM - Why are black graduates unemployed?
"The question of whether unemployed graduates are restricted to "black" graduates only is a statistical question and a proper study should be done to explore the statement . This study should also look at the amount of graduates employed in…"
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    Looking to pruchase material for SAQA ID 50080

    Started by Pierre Wepener in Accreditation, training material, assessment 3 hours ago. 0 Replies

    Further Education and Training Certificate: Project Management – SAQA ID 50080 NQF Level 4, 4 Credits.Any accredited providers with accredited material for the above certificate willing to sell it please send me a quotation to m3i@m3i.co.za.Thanks…Continue

    Tags: Buy, Management, Project

    Radio Talk Show on SAFM - Why are black graduates unemployed?

    Started by sylvia hammond in Accreditation, training material, assessment. Last reply by Pierre Wepener 2 hours ago. 19 Replies

    This morning Gill Connellan participated in a discussion on SAFM with Sandile Zungu of the Black Business Council, following the latest report on the lack of progress by black youth compared to all other groups on education levels, skills, and…Continue

    Tags: management, school, employers, commitment, deficit

    W&R SETA Assessment Centre (AQP) Research Forums

    Started by Steven Louw in Quality Council for Trades & Occupations (QCTO). Last reply by Victoria Siphiwe Mamvura-Gava on Monday. 3 Replies

    The Skills Network is managing a research project for CPUT, commissioned by W&R SETA. The research focus is on Assessment Centre models for their 7 current qualifications in the registration process with QCTO.Workshops are limited to W&R…Continue

    Calling materials developers with Public Sector Knowledge and Experience

    Started by Arlene Walsh in Vacancies & Contracts for Work. Last reply by George Mavunga yesterday. 4 Replies

    A Public Sector client of ours needs to expand their database of service providers. If you are a reputable organisation or individual with experience in, and knowledge of, the Public Sector, please respond to this request. I will pass on your…Continue

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    Seeking Learning Material to Buy

    Posted by Pierre Wepener on September 17, 2014 at 9:16 0 Comments

    I am looking to buy accredited learning material for the Further Education and Training Certificate: Project Management – SAQA ID 50080 NQF Level 4, 4 Credits.

    This is a Services SETA Qualification and the provider should be able to provide s SLA or memo of understanding to the related material. If you have the material, an all the components thereof needed for successful accreditation with the Service SETA please contact or email me. m3i@m3i.co.za or phone 082 556…

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    Putting people first in Alan Paton country

    Posted by Ian Webster on September 15, 2014 at 11:00 0 Comments

    I was privileged to spend three days recently in Ixopo running a workshop for ward councillors. Driving through that magnificent, though presently brown and dusty, countryside, I was reminded of Alan Paton’s words,

    ‘There is a lovely road which runs from Ixopo into the…

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    Are Learnerships Compulsory in New BBBEE legislation

    Posted by Lerato Makgato on September 8, 2014 at 12:30 12 Comments

    Hi All

    My BBBEE advisor informed the training team that according to the new BBBEE legislation learnerships are now compulsory. Is this true or did she just misinterpret something.

    Looking forward to your responses.

    Thank you.

    The Counselling Conversation

    Posted by Nicolene Rose- Innes on September 4, 2014 at 22:23 0 Comments

    South Africa is plagued with diseases which do not always require medication, but rather the exploration of the actions and feelings, which have led to poor life choices and resulted in disease. In addition to this, we live in what many would  describe as an extremelly stressful enviornment where we constantly misunderstand each other.  It  would  therfore  make sense that professionals working in the helath and human resource field learn the art of counselling. 

    Counselling is a…

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    Community Development Initiatives International (CDII) seeks your support

    Posted by Don Leffler on August 31, 2014 at 20:48 1 Comment

    Community Development Initiatives International (CDII) 

    CDII operates as a non profit company and is committed to supporting communities and encouraging sustainable livelihoods.…

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    Moonwalk for Community Friendship and Support

    Posted by Don Leffler on August 31, 2014 at 20:30 0 Comments

    September is International Muscular Dystrophy Awareness month
    CDII's We MiND Foundation and MDFSA will be participating in the Despatch 3G Community Moon Walk on Saturday, 6th September 2014 from 08h00 at the Despatch Railway Station.
    Come join us for the Moonwalk 2,5 and 5km walk!! …
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