Petra Penninkhoff
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  • Durban
  • South Africa

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Educational managment training

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lancelot Kajokoto Sep 14, 2011. 8 Replies

Hi All, I am running a project in Nampula, Mozambique and am looking for a diploma training for the Mozambican project director. He is heading a smalle regional training centre providing short…Continue

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Petra Penninkhoff replied to sylvia hammond's discussion Should adult education and work-based training be declared hard-hat areas? in the group The Help Desk
"Recently I got accredited with Services SETA for 7 unit standards. It took a while because of their backlog but I have learned what to expect and not to expect. This is thanks to my service provider Nompilo Mhkize of JTandA, my fellow members…"
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Petra Penninkhoff replied to sylvia hammond's discussion The Skills-Universe Helpdesk - What are you "looking for" - the new guidelines in the group The Help Desk
"Thanks Sylvia "
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Petra Penninkhoff replied to Jeanine Topping's discussion e-learning and distance learning debate in the group Skills Development Facilitators
"II haven't got any experience with the SETAs on this matter. I did however completed a course (In the Netherlands in 2012) on virtual action learning. E-learning can be very useful and stimulating. . However, the platform I learned to work with…"
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Petra Penninkhoff replied to Louise Sterling's discussion The Value of the Humanities in the group Learning Material Development
"It should be rather the other way around. Universities must be pressurised to include at least one if not more "humanities" topics in whatever the  technical, economic and similar degrees they offer, so…"
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Petra Penninkhoff commented on MillieRasekoala's blog post Na Condition Make Crayfish Bend
"Thanks Millie for posting this. It also applies to short term assignments. In 2015 I was panicking not having an income and depending on my savings. I took an assignment that appeared great. It was, working with a large range of people and we…"
Jan 8

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Nov 11, 2015
Petra Penninkhoff replied to Kerrin Badham's discussion Policy for when a facilitator becomes ill in the group Training Service Providers
"Great idea "
Nov 11, 2015
Petra Penninkhoff replied to Kerrin Badham's discussion Policy for when a facilitator becomes ill in the group Training Service Providers
"The discussion made me realise that as a emerging training provider with just me as the trainer, I will to have to reflect on and develop a contingency plan. Your comments give me the necessary inputs."
Nov 11, 2015

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Tell us about what you do
I am an experienced trainer and workshop facilitator. I have two certificates of competence: one as outcome based learning designer and developer (US ID 123401 and 123394 respectively) (2012) and one as a facilitator US ID117871) (2014).
In addition I have a teacher’s qualification for secondary education and a certificate Virtual Action Learning (e-learning), both from the Netherlands.

I am an agronomist and rural development economist holding two M.Sc. degrees: the first one in Plant breeding/agronomy from Wageningen University (1980) and the second one in Economic of Rural Change from the University of London (2006).

My technical expertise is in local economic, rural, value chain, enterprise and institutional development as well as in M&E, the logframe approach, the Theory of Change approach, impact assessment, agricultural research, gender mainstreaming, and environmental analysis and planning. She has worked with a large range of participatory methods.

My soft skills include analytical, communication, presentation, facilitation and writing skills, project cycle management, elaboration of project and programme logical framework, preparing Terms of Reference and writing tender proposals.

My professional experience spans more than 35 years gained through long-term assignments in Cape Verde, Indonesia, Kenya, Mozambique, South Africa and Zambia. Short-term consultancies brought me r to Angola, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Ethiopia, Jamaica, Kenya, Lesotho, Mali, Mozambique, Philippines, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania (including Zanzibar) and Zambia.

In 2012, I established the L4DHub (PTY) Ltd which is based in Durban (CIPC registration no: 2014/215456/07). In fact, the L4DHub is a one-person (micro) enterprise; hence, I am my own boss and free to operate as a free-lancer.
Since March 2016, the L4DHub is accredited with the Service SETA as a training provider (10046) for the following US.

US 263356, Demonstrate an understanding of an entrepreneurial profile, NQF4; US 263514, Demonstrate an understanding of the function of the market mechanisms in a new venture, NQF4l US 114596, Research the viability of new venture ideas/opportunities, NQF4; US 114593, Tender to secure business for a new venture, NQF4; US 242655, Demonstrate knowledge and application of ethical conduct in a business environment, NQF4; US 242819, Motivate and build a team, NQF4; US 242824, Apply leadership concepts in a work context, NQF4.
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