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We have had a Services Seta Recorded Provider status for a long time, and have trained thousands of people under that status.

When we contacted the Services Seta, well within time, and were informed that that status did not exist. We had not been notified, or given any direction as to what we should do.

What is the situation, now. And what do highly professional training providers do to take get their organisation and programmes accredited?

Tags: accreditiation, provider, recorded, services, seta, seta.

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Hi Brian

If you go on Services' website under ETQA documentation, you will see that you can apply for extension of your recorded status, but hurry, I think the deadline is Sunday. The Seta is also in the process of appointing a Provider to help everyone who is battling with the accreditation process. Contact Johan Delport and tell him you'd like help- I did, and he responded immediately!
Helene Strauss said:
Hi Brian

If you go on Services' website under ETQA documentation, you will see that you can apply for extension of your recorded status, but hurry, I think the deadline is Sunday. The Seta is also in the process of appointing a Provider to help everyone who is battling with the accreditation process. Contact Johan Delport and tell him you'd like help- I did, and he responded immediately!
Thanks tons Helene!

I am on my way to their site right now!

Kind regards

Brian Moore
Hi Helene,
Do you have any page links that I could follow - this is one huge site and I cannot yet find anything.

If you do, could you email me on brian@africa-dreams.com

Thanks once more!

Brian
Hi Brian

Apparently the recorded status has been extended to March 2010. You should have got your letter - i only got mine two weeks ago!

If you do go onto the website and apply for accreditation, make sure that you upload ALL the sections. If you start and stop midway, IT DOES NOT SAVE ALL YOUR WORK.... and you have to start from the beginning the next time you go on site.

Hope this helps
Heidi
Many thanks Heidi!

I will call them tomorrow!

Cheers

Brian
Hi Heidi,

Would it be possible to get a copy of the letter from the Seta?

Or some of the relevant points, so that I can follow up.

My email address is brian@africa-dreams.com

Many thanks

Brian
Heidi Poulton said:
Hi Brian

Apparently the recorded status has been extended to March 2010. You should have got your letter - i only got mine two weeks ago!

If you do go onto the website and apply for accreditation, make sure that you upload ALL the sections. If you start and stop midway, IT DOES NOT SAVE ALL YOUR WORK.... and you have to start from the beginning the next time you go on site.

Hope this helps
Heidi
If you attended last year workshop at Melrose arch you will know that recorded status and provision status with remidiation we under threat. It is not suprise to hear that is no applicable any more. Please call Mr Dlamini or Lerato from Service SETA for more information on what do with the learners.
Hi Mcebisi,

Thanks for your input.

We were not invited to any such meeting, nor was there any communication - in this regard from the ETQA.

This may not come as a surprise to those who have been informed. It did come as a surprise to us.

WE are already in contact the Seta and they are working on it for us.

Brian Moore

Mcebisi said:
If you attended last year workshop at Melrose arch you will know that recorded status and provision status with remidiation we under threat. It is not suprise to hear that is no applicable any more. Please call Mr Dlamini or Lerato from Service SETA for more information on what do with the learners.
Hi Brian and Arti

Have you got notification that your recorded status has been extended?

I am keen in knowing - as it was you, Arti and many other training providers that made my days at the Seta worthwhile.
Namaste Shivani!

It is wonderful to see you here! You were seriously the best person we ever dealt with and it was always such a pleasure to have you in our small circle of business friends!

The status. After many calls to different people, and a long time. We have had some positive results. We were yesterday asked by Palesa Celea of the Gauteng ETQA to send her our previous Recorded Status, so that she can update it.

I personally do not believe that the SETA actually understands how they will damage education, and practically destroy small and effective training businesses with these arbitrary decisions.

Our is a 20 year old, Proudly South African, Level 3 BEE business, and we have a wonderful focus and we make a HUGE difference in the world. Corporate/ Government decisions like this not only affect us - they affect the futures of our country and the people whose lives we literally transform.

Thanks for signing up as my friend! Arthie is also here. We will chat more - personally. Please visit our network - CHI.

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