It seems that it has become crucial that training and development companies focus of doing thing correctly than being in it for a quick buck.
With all the discussion I attended, companies and Seta's are now focusing on clamping down on providers who do not do what they supposed, which is delivering a service to industries that is of an high standard, and which addresses the needs of the company and South Africa.
How long can we stand by and let this happen, should we not also start doing something to ensure the sustainability of the industry?
Work together in sharing knowledge and ideas to ensure that training is not just seen as a money making scheme?
I agree, the criticality of ethical and standard aligned training is vital.
Training providers should also establish a body whereby issues like this can be addressed in conjunction with the SETA's.
We all have a moral responsibility to ensure that candidates and employers receive the best advise and training as like you stated, if it is not done people may be injured or it can cause serious catastrophic incidents.
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