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Need help please- distinguishing the excellent from the good

Started this discussion. Last reply by Charles Dey yesterday. 18 Replies

I am very sure that I will be given great guidance from this forum and this is the only forum I know which can give me the advice I need.In seeking to recognise excellence in Technical and Vocational…Continue

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Charles Dey replied to Charles Dey's discussion Need help please- distinguishing the excellent from the good
"That is a key question, thanks Keegen"
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Charles Dey replied to Charles Dey's discussion Need help please- distinguishing the excellent from the good
"Much appreciated Hannes, thank you"
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Hannes Nel replied to Charles Dey's discussion Need help please- distinguishing the excellent from the good
"Hello Charles, I posted the main quality criteria previously. Here they are again: TEN MAIN AREAS OF QUALITY ASSURANCE 1. Institutional ethos and strategic planning. a. The vision of the institution. b. The mission of the institution. c. Aims and…"
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Keegen Chetty replied to Charles Dey's discussion Need help please- distinguishing the excellent from the good
"think it's quite simple to determine effectiveness of a FET, and that is the ratio of students enrolled to the number of students that gain permanent employment. Is that not the purpose of FET Collages?"
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Charles Dey replied to Charles Dey's discussion Need help please- distinguishing the excellent from the good
"Yes, very important, thanks Annette"
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Charles Dey replied to Charles Dey's discussion Need help please- distinguishing the excellent from the good
"I'll be in touch, thanks Cas"
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Annette Loubser replied to Charles Dey's discussion Need help please- distinguishing the excellent from the good
"I would include industry feedback, in particular from learners who have helped the industry to pioneer in achievement in a bench marking scenario with other similar industry players."
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Charles Dey replied to Charles Dey's discussion Need help please- distinguishing the excellent from the good
"Thanks Jacqueline, the concept of learner focus is vital."
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Charles Dey replied to Charles Dey's discussion Need help please- distinguishing the excellent from the good
"These are very comprehensive thoughts Koma, many thanks. Each of the points you raise must be featured in the questionnaire."
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Charles Dey replied to Charles Dey's discussion Need help please- distinguishing the excellent from the good
"Thank you Colin, the idea of weighted Rubrics is very sound advice "
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Charles Dey replied to Charles Dey's discussion Need help please- distinguishing the excellent from the good
"Many thanks Linda, I will contact APPETD. This competition will involve both public and private institutions"
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Linda Ingram replied to Charles Dey's discussion Need help please- distinguishing the excellent from the good
"Hi Charles I'm wondering whether your research is going to involve public or private TVET's or both since they face very different challenges. Working with some of the public TVET colleges I know that you may find it very difficult to…"
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Colin Dovey replied to Charles Dey's discussion Need help please- distinguishing the excellent from the good
"I hope that what I say below can add some usefulness to the discourse, as one of the benchmarks that could be used is a Rubric....which is already widely used in many Academic facilities worldwide.  So....... As a now well-established…"
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Dr Jacqueline Baumgardt (Jax) replied to Charles Dey's discussion Need help please- distinguishing the excellent from the good
"Dear Charles I think you should start with the learner. The learner should be the focus - what are the "results" like over the lifespan of the training provider?  How do we know those results are true - accreditation, assessment and…"
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Cas Olivier replied to Charles Dey's discussion Need help please- distinguishing the excellent from the good
"Charles the standards are educational in nature. I am the author of: The DNA of great teaching. Welcome to contact me"
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Koma Malesela replied to Charles Dey's discussion Need help please- distinguishing the excellent from the good
"Hi. Most items are mentioned, which lead me to the categories in which questions can be classed. Below possible classifications of your question. 1. Organisational Structure & Accreditation a. National & International Recognition b.…"
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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

Charles Dey's Blog

Mentoring a Winner: What an Experience!

Posted on November 18, 2014 at 7:32 7 Comments

That phone call from Istanbul, “Fortunate has won!” will not be forgotten very soon. A journey which started late in December last year culminated in a young colleague, Fortunate Mboweni, winning the 2014 Young Freight Forwarder of the Year competition which is organised by the International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations (FIATA).

Fortunate is the first Africa born African to have won this competition since its inception in 1999.

What an amazing experience to…

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The Biggest South African Mystery of all Time

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

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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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