Kate Sani
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Kate Sani liked Tass Schwab's blog post Netiquette - a reminder of good manners
Kate Sani replied to Leon Gouws's discussion Unit standards that has expired replaced by new numbers. in the group Training Service Providers
"Dear Leon, A unit standard takes on the life time of the qualification it is linked to. Thus if the qualification is still valid, the unit standard is valid irrespective of whether it has expired or been replaced.  The starting point is always…"
Aug 1
Kate Sani replied to Des Squire's discussion What is verification?
"I have tried to set up such a "community of practice" because of the very valuable spin-offs it can have. However, training and development can be a cut throat business, and highly competitive. Things became so fraught that the initiative…"
May 30
Kate Sani replied to Anzel Spiller's discussion REREGISTRATIONS OF SAQA QUALIFICATIONS
"Dear Anzel As Jacky has indicated, nothing about these qualifications (now known as legacy qualifications) has changed. It is business as usual.   The intention is that these legacy qualifications will retain their current recognition status…"
May 30
Kate Sani replied to Dr Jacqueline Baumgardt (Jax)'s discussion QCTO developments
"RFP = Request For Proposal. "
Apr 12
Kate Sani replied to sylvia hammond's discussion QCTO notice - legacy qualifications for de-registration - for comment in the group QCTO: Questions and Answers
"Members may be interested in reading the communication from QCTO to SETA's regarding the gazetted list. I downloaded it from the FASSET website."
Apr 12
Kate Sani joined David Jooste's group

QCTO: Questions and Answers

I have been on several of the QCTO scoping meetings pertaining to the design and development of the new occupational qualifications and there seem to be some confusion as to the process in developing these qualifications and in particular the role and function of the QCTO.The implementation of the QCTO started in 2006 but as a result of operational problems the implementation was postponed to later and now are semi-functional with the core of quality assurance which is the main function…See More
Apr 12
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Apr 12
Kate Sani replied to Jonathon Wigley's discussion LGSETA loses accreditation application file - legal action warranted? in the group Training Service Providers
"I urge you to report this to the QCTO, particularly the SETA's response to you approaching the PP. QCTO will be horrified by their attitude. The "ETQA" of SETA's are rigorously monitored and audited by the QCTO (it has  a…"
Apr 12
Kate Sani replied to Dr Jacqueline Baumgardt (Jax)'s discussion QCTO developments
"Thank you Sylvia. The QCTO and SETA's have been very busy since late last year identifying those legacy qualifications that they consider should be re-registered and those to be de-registered. Ultimately the decision regarding re-registration…"
Jan 30
Kate Sani liked sylvia hammond's discussion Gift of the Givers provides humanitarian aid in Malawian flood disaster zones
Jan 17
Kate Sani replied to Dr Jacqueline Baumgardt (Jax)'s discussion CAT and National Policy on Assessment in the group Training Service Providers
"Hi All Just a heads up that the SAQA policies on CAT and Assessment have finally been gazetted and are available on the SAQA site. In regards to the SAQA Assessment policy, this is effective immediately and replaces the SAQA policy documents…"
Jan 10
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Jan 10
Kate Sani liked Cindy Payle's blog post Who wants to be a public servant?
Jan 10
TRACEY WAGENAAR replied to Kate Sani's discussion Learnership Tax Incentives in the group Skills Development Facilitators
"Hi Kate Yes you can claim the tax rebate, provided the Learnership was registered before you started the training, and it was registered. You can claim R30 000 per learner on registration and R30 000 on completion. contact me if you need more…"
Sep 25, 2013

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