My organisation is accredited with the Health and Welfare Seta. i would like to ask if any of you who are accredited with other SETAs are required when SETA comes for their verification visit to…Continue
"I agree Lynel, the SAQA unit standards are so old that many of them are now irrelevant but we still have to comply with them in order to retain accreditation! In other words "teach the wrong thing" and learners give evidence of learning…"
"Hi Everyone, I think that we are missing the point here. Smoking is bad for health. When the law was passed to restrict smoking to certain areas, it was done purely on the basis of trying to reduce health costs in the nation.
If we look at…"
"Hi Cindy, As you can see the unit standard that you offer is an HIV unit standard and does not include the skills required by peer educators to succesfully impart the knowledge on the topic that your unit standard gives them, so this is perhaps what…"
"Hi Cindy, Regarding your SABCOHA comment below. They are very well aware of thousands of Peer educators across the country who have gained accredited certification against various HIV unit standards. What they may have meant is that very few are…"
"Regarding the debate over the effectiveness of peer educators: Prof. David Dickinson of Wits Uni has done extensive research on workplace peer educators and put this debate to rest. Peer educators are very effective. There are of course criteria…"
"Dear Hannes, Thank you for your letter. I was unaware that such a meeting was taking place as I am not an APPETD member. Even though you have stated that all your questions were answered - you did not tell us of the outcome of the meeting!
Our training venue is very reasonably priced but in the Kensington area.
Very near the Gillooly's interchange so convenient for those flying in from other cities.
Contact our receptionist - Roxy on 011 6140872 if…"
"Thanks for the explanation Johannes.
Do you know anything about Private service providers who provide short courses (one or two or three unit standards) for clients where the client will NEVER require their employees to get the full…"
I have heard rumours that small private training service providers are no longer going to be able to provide training according to the new National Skills Development Strategy and that this issue was tabled to be discussed in Parliament from the 14th until today (the 18th) of June. Does anyone have any clarity on this issue? Also will the QCTO now be in charge of the SETA's instead of SAQA? Who do we contact if we have problems with the SETA?