I have heard a couple of times that training providers claim the quality management systems and training materials they submitted to a SETA for evaluation got "lost" or was "sold" or "handed" to…Continue
I have just noted a notice on ServiceSETA web page inviting all stakeholders who have outstanding issues to make use of a form posted on the web page to follow up on several types of issues.The…Continue
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It makes performance sense for companies to use company-specific or customised learning programmes, based on organisational strategy. The infographic developed by SkillsEdge summarises the six key benefits.
Focuses on company-specific skills and subject matter. Not…Continue
Most developers of learning materials are probably aware that the ServiceSETA adopted a new procedure for accreditation earlier this year. Where they previously evaluated the online application for compliance and then arranged a site visit during which the evaluator evaluated both the QMS and learning programmes for programme approval, they now first do a desktop evaluation of the documentation before arranging a site visit. The provider has to submit the QMS and learning materials in hard…Continue
When deciding on a developer or a supplier of off-the-shelf SAQA-aligned outcomes-based learning material and assessments, the Training Provider's dilemma is how to evaluate the potential contractor or supplier.
Some time ago, the question arose of what guidelines can be given to training providers when they have to decide on contracting a designer/developer of outcomes-based learning material and assessments or when they buy 'off-the-shelf' material.
The suggestions that…Continue