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  • Kempton Park, Gauteng
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Charles Dey replied to Hannes Nel's discussion Eight common mistakes that post-graduate students make in the group Post-school Education & Training - including TVET
"Many thanks, Hannes, this is invaluable advice "
Jul 21
Charles Dey replied to Hannes Nel's discussion Do we really need to produce more than 100 doctoral graduates per million? in the group Post-school Education & Training - including TVET
"Contact details: charlesrdey@gmail.com 074 257 4933 Many thanks Hannes"
Jul 16
Charles Dey replied to Hannes Nel's discussion Do we really need to produce more than 100 doctoral graduates per million? in the group Post-school Education & Training - including TVET
"It would be a great privilege to do such a presentation Hannes and I think the title of my presentation will be "Does it take 27 years on Robben Island to create a great leader?" Please advise dates, venue etc."
Jul 15
Charles Dey replied to Hannes Nel's discussion Do we really need to produce more than 100 doctoral graduates per million? in the group Post-school Education & Training - including TVET
"There are two sides to this issue as I see it: Hannes argues that, rather expending resources on creating Doctors for the sake of chasing numbers, we need to be creating technicians who can actually do the work. On the other hand Sylvia argues that…"
Jul 15
Charles Dey replied to sylvia hammond's discussion Proposed National Qualifications Framework (NQF) Articulation Policy - published for comment in the group Post-school Education & Training - including TVET
"This makes for very interesting reading. As I understand these recommendations articulation is to be achieved via MOU's between the different institutions involved. An important provision seems to be that it will not be possible for an…"
Jul 9
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Post-school Education & Training - including TVET

For discussions by members on the Green Paper launched by Department of Higher Education and Training & debate on the proposals for a comprehensive post-school education and training systemSee More
Jul 9
Nonhlanhla Dimba liked Charles Dey's blog post The Biggest South African Mystery of all Time
May 16
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Charles Dey commented on Charles Dey's blog post The Biggest South African Mystery of all Time
"@ Kevin. In my view we need to focus on the fact that, as business, we have an excellent, Government funded opportunity to address our skills needs and, by doing so, steal a march on our competitors. Endless research and reports have been written on…"
May 10
Carl Roodnick commented on Charles Dey's blog post The Biggest South African Mystery of all Time
"I'm wondering whether the various counter-productive Seta red-tape and accreditation/moderation run-around is not frustrating potential employers and their people development endeavours. Small-to-medium businesses for the most part are not…"
May 9
Carl Roodnick liked Charles Dey's blog post The Biggest South African Mystery of all Time
May 9
Kevin Marlow commented on Charles Dey's blog post The Biggest South African Mystery of all Time
"Hi Charles, thanks for the informative article. It would be interesting to know the drop out rate across the various Universities i.e. what are the actual numbers per University. Some Universities entrance criteria, and due to number of…"
May 8
Eddie Cloete commented on Charles Dey's blog post The Biggest South African Mystery of all Time
"Thank you very much, now that we know what the problem is we just have to implement the answer."
May 8
Nomasonto Ngcungama commented on Charles Dey's blog post The Biggest South African Mystery of all Time
"Very well written. "
May 8
Joan du Plessis commented on Charles Dey's blog post The Biggest South African Mystery of all Time
"This is a very powerful message, backed up with solid facts. It needs to be spread widely. Well done, Charles."
May 8
Charles Dey posted a blog post

The Biggest South African Mystery of all Time

OverviewBusiness owners and managers are painfully aware of the constraints which skills shortages are placing on their ability to grow. At the same time we are sitting on a smoldering powder keg of unemployable youth.The solution lies in our own hands, but why aren’t we seeing this?South Africa: a rich legacy of mysteries-We boast the Flying Dutchmen, a Dutch trading vessel which sank just off the Cape in 1641.  It is said that whoever spots the phantom Flying Dutchman at sea will die a…See More
May 8

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Tell us about what you do
What I offer is education and training Consultancy services in the field of International Supply Chain Management and Logistics.
These services include:
• Installation of e- learning training platforms and Learner Management Systems
• Training needs analysis
• Development of qualifications and standards
• Development of courseware (reference material, training aids, assessment tools etc.) aligned to organisational needs and to local and international qualifications and standards
• Training impact assessments, including training ROI calculations.
What companies or organisations are you with?
Currently Bidvest Panalpina Logistics

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The Biggest South African Mystery of all Time

Posted on May 7, 2014 at 10:51 6 Comments

Overview

Business owners and managers are painfully aware of the constraints which skills shortages are placing on their ability to grow. At the same time we are sitting on a smoldering powder keg of unemployable youth.

The solution lies in our own hands, but why aren’t we seeing this?

South Africa: a rich legacy of mysteries-

We boast the Flying Dutchmen, a Dutch trading vessel which sank just off the Cape in 1641.  It is said that whoever…

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Survey pinpoints training as opportunity to Supply Chain success

Posted on April 23, 2013 at 16:18 0 Comments

Survey pinpoints training as opportunity to supply chain success 

 

There is a golden thread throughout Barloworld Logistics 2013 supplychainforesight* survey – training.

In respect of South Africa’s competitiveness, 82% of the survey’s respondents identified education and skills as being one of the constraints.

In this context, the finding that seventy-nine per cent of respondents said supply chain and logistics innovation is essential to…

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At 11:46 on April 27, 2012,
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Joe Samuels
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Hi Charles, where is your profile snap! Good to hear from you again!!!

 
 
 

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