Hello All

I wonder whether anyone can advise. We run a good training programme at our company, with the potential for it to be excellent, given the experience of the staff members we have involved in the programme. I am a former High School teacher and have been used in a training capacity in all my previous companies. We have a highly skilled machinist and a company pharmacist both of whom have a wealth of experience in treaing.

My question is this. Is there any remote possibility of our SETA (the chemical industry CHIETA) providing funds for our programme? None of us is an accredited trainer and our in-house training programme also has no formal accreditation, although the programme is strictly linked to the needs of  our business - the manufacture and packing of homeopathic capsules, tablets, powders and tinctures.

I look forward to your responses.


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