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Tshepho Sebata left a comment for Matodzi Sibara
"Hello Matodzi  Where , when and how long is training? Drop me an email  at sebatai343 @gmail.com."
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Tshepho Sebata replied to siphiwe Tshuma's discussion Team Building Facilitator in the group Skills Development Facilitators
"Hello Siphiwe Let me know if you haven't find one , I'll do that training but I reside in polokwane"
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Skills Development Consulting

Good dayCan anybody kindly advise as to how a consultation fee is worked out if a company requires a professional to consult for them in regards to skills development and to also upload the company ATR/WSP onto the relevant seta website.Thanks.ShannySee More
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Risk Management Trainer/Consultant needed

HelloPlease send me details if you are an experienced Risk Management trainer.freelance@kb.ledge.co.zaAppreciatedKerrin Badhamwww.leadingtraining.co.zaSee More
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Department of Justice: Training programmes

I would like to know whether there is someone from the Department of Justice, whom I can contact in regads to a specific training programme the Justice College is presenting.Thank you.See More
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Brian V Moore commented on Ian Webster's blog post Removing Racism: A conscious effort
"Well said, Ian. We all need to take ownership for the transformation of the way in which we see and treat each other. It is not up to government, it is up to us."
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Wessel PIETERS commented on Ian Webster's blog post Removing Racism: A conscious effort
"In SA with its mainly two main stream value systems there is bound to be conflict.  Question is how we, meaning all persons living in SA, manage this type of conflict and in that process, there may be unintended consequences. A personal…"
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Tshepho Sebata commented on Ian Webster's blog post Removing Racism: A conscious effort
"Over the years I learned that we can't  force/be forced  to love each other  but we can at least adapt,accept and coexist with each other.  At least we should treat each other as equals ."
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Jaison Sibanda commented on Ian Webster's blog post Removing Racism: A conscious effort
"Hie Ian, interesting discussion on a lazy Friday. Normally I always look at the coin on both sides, firstly yes Penny was wrong on her statement coz for years blacks have been taken as "monkies or baboons" and that word monkies turned…"
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itebogeng Madumo replied to sylvia hammond's discussion The Decade of the Artisan - fit for the future or falling behind? in the group Post-school Education & Training - including TVET
"Thanks Bernard the trade is millwright, and unfortunately he was just an operator no previous experience "
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Cindy Payle commented on Ian Webster's blog post Removing Racism: A conscious effort
"Hi Ian - I agree with your assessment and i'm reminded of this verse in Philippians 'Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit, but in humility consider others better than yourselves. Each of you should look not only to your own…"
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Bernard Botha replied to sylvia hammond's discussion The Decade of the Artisan - fit for the future or falling behind? in the group Post-school Education & Training - including TVET
"Itobeng, Bernard Botha.  I do not all the answers and most certainly not even all the questions but will try to assist. First question: In what trade is your employee?  Many of the old hands have been doing basically the same job as an…"
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    Skills Development Consulting

    Started by Lutchmee Shanny Rabichand in Skills, Sector Education & Training Authorities (SETAs), levies & scarce skills 8 hours ago. 0 Replies

    Good dayCan anybody kindly advise as to how a consultation fee is worked out if a company requires a professional to consult for them in regards to skills development and to also upload the company ATR/WSP onto the relevant seta website.Thanks.ShannyContinue

    Department of Justice: Training programmes

    Started by Ronel Blignaut in General - topics not covered by categories 11 hours ago. 0 Replies

    I would like to know whether there is someone from the Department of Justice, whom I can contact in regads to a specific training programme the Justice College is presenting.Thank you.Continue

    Trainer position

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    Hi all.I am a mine trainer with the following qualificationsHigher Certificate in Occupational Directed Education & Training Development PracticesNQF Level 5 (Training Development Diploma) (ETDP Seta) National Higher Certificate in Occupational…Continue

    Simplified summary of the recent Labour Court Case related to quotas and opposed to targets in employment Equity

    Started by Des Squire in Employment Equity. Last reply by sylvia hammond yesterday. 1 Reply

    Following a recent Labour Court case involving Solidarity and the Minister of safety and security the issue of target as opposed to quotas in Employment Equity was highlighted. Judgement was handed down as recent as January 26th 2016.The case had…Continue

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    Removing Racism: A conscious effort

    Posted by Ian Webster on February 5, 2016 at 7:25 7 Comments

    In her poor excuse for an apology, Penny Sparrow said her racist comment wasn’t meant to be taken personally. She missed the point entirely. It is precisely because her comment about people being ‘monkeys’ was not directed at a particular person acting in a particular…

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    The ROI Content Every Education Provider Website Needs

    Posted by Nadia Landman on February 4, 2016 at 16:47 4 Comments

    For generations both students and parents have looked at private higher education as an investment with a view on gaining “tangible returns”. These returns whether in the form of a secure job after graduation, potential for career advancement or even the opportunity for increased income play an important…

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    Top Tips to Address in Your Firm’s or Company’s Social Media Policy

    Posted by Karl Smith - The Networking Guy on February 4, 2016 at 14:35 3 Comments

    Recently employees from prominent South African companies hit the headlines for wrong reasons when it was discovered that staff were ‘insulting’ people on Facebook and Twitter. Let’s just say that these companies are not the only to have been troubled by employees’ social media usage. Any quick search on Google will be peppered with articles about how employees were sacked for talking about people, their bosses or customers in a derogatory manner on any of the big social media…

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    Beware the poison of prejudice – set our children free...

    Posted by Brian V Moore on February 3, 2016 at 10:00 7 Comments

    The free spirits of our children, are in our hands.



    Thirty Zulu community leaders sat in a dusty rural school room. It was 1995 in the newly free South Africa, at a village called Molweni, near the great harbour city of Durban.

    The delegates watched and listened as I showed and spoke…

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    Re" how to apply for an honors degree

    Posted by Anna Pheladi Tleane on January 31, 2016 at 11:06 2 Comments

    Hello all, now that the Det has finally confirmed in writing that my NQF - N6 is equivalent to a degree and that I have 360 credits, which  institution  or university will give me accreditat ion to study further for an honors degree?

    Can someone help out. University of South Africa failed me in the past however that is before I got a confirmation.  I do value your opinions and suggestions.

    Thank you

    Top 5 Health Information Technology Careers

    Posted by Kevin Lee on January 25, 2016 at 8:17 0 Comments

    If you’re looking to break into a technical career within the health industry or are a newcomer to the job market but want an exciting career where your work impacts the lives of many, then you need to check out careers in the information technology (IT) field. Not knowing where to start or attempting to choose a path can seem daunting and intimidating but have heart, a beginning in any of the related fields will almost certainly guarantee that your choice will lead to a challenging and…

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