The School of Business (THSBS) specializes in education and training of school-leavers; corporates; Government; FET College Lecturers and School FET Educators.
Business Solutions Network (BSN) is a specialist HR, Skills Development and Labour Law Consultancy.
EAZI STUDY and EAZI STUDY Publishers specialize in education for Grades 10 to 12 (Schools) and Levels 2 to 4 (FET Colleges)
What companies or organisations are you with?
PASA, APPETD, SATSA, ASATA, FEDHASA, ANC Progressive Business Forum and THETA Accredited
Hi Don, I've just joined the Sills-Universe and urgently seek advice on provider registration. I am a concerned parent and had spent over the past 3 years just over R100 thousand on NQF Level training with a FET College. Over the past two weeks I've studied all the Provider Policy and Guideline Documentation offered by DoE, SAQA, MAPPPSETA etc. I'm worried that my interpretation of the documentation is incorrect. I have serioius doubts over the business practices and training quality of the FET College in question. You can send me an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com. Will greatly appreciate your advice and assistance. Regards, Antionette Cronje
My client is looking specificallly for material in these areas as they are wanting to offer qualification courses in these areas. So anything you have to offer in this regard would be greatly appreciated.
Perhaps you could supply me with a list of what you have available for purchase, the costs involved and some samples.
Woulk you mind sending that to my mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Many thanks for the comments. I really do appreciate the support.
As a result of recent events I am considering branching out on my own in order to operate from home. Should you be aware of any opportunities available for freelance work please keep me in mind. You can make contact if necesssary via 082 800 9057 or email@example.com.
I see that you asked a question about education in the chat section but didn't seem to receive a response. There's just been a meeting a few days ago of the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Education and the minutes of the meeting are already available on the www.PMG.org.za site. That might answer some of your questions on basic education.