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Phumudzo Luvhengo commented on sylvia hammond's group Personal Career & Development
"Hi Nirmala, please contact University of Johannesburg as they do offer CIS"
May 19, 2009
Phumudzo Luvhengo left a comment for Linda Ingram
"Thank you Linda, i will definately consider studying as a facilitator, i love helping."
May 18, 2009
Linda Ingram left a comment for Phumudzo Luvhengo
"Hi Phumudzo I'm sorry I've missed your comment earlier - still finding my way around the site. SDF training courses are offered by many providers. Open Learning Group run them from time to time. If you check out our website all the course…"
May 17, 2009
Phumudzo Luvhengo left a comment for Linda Ingram
"Hi Linda, I have noticed that you work for Open Learning Group, I work for one of the Seta and would like to study an SDF course but want to know what it involves as i would actually like to be a facilitator on a part time basis and further my…"
Apr 17, 2009
Phumudzo Luvhengo commented on sylvia hammond's group Limpopo Province
"Hi Alfred welcome to the group, its nice to have someone who is actually based in the province. I also want to go back to the province but still looking for opportunities."
Apr 17, 2009
Phumudzo Luvhengo commented on sylvia hammond's group Personal Career & Development
"Bronwyn, if you are employed in the IT sector talk to your employer about it and have them get more information fron INSeta. If you are unemployed then contact Inseta to find out if they don't have any learnerships at the moment."
Apr 7, 2009
Phumudzo Luvhengo commented on sylvia hammond's group Limpopo Province
"hi Thili and Sylvia my name is phumudzo and am also looking for advise on how to advance my career in the training and career development industry"
Apr 7, 2009
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Apr 7, 2009
Phumudzo Luvhengo left a comment for sylvia hammond
"Hi Sylvia, thank you for a welcome, i believe that i will learn a lot. I look froward to learning a lot about the training industry, am currently working for one of the Seta's. But am more interested in working directly in the training industry…"
Apr 7, 2009
sylvia hammond left a comment for Phumudzo Luvhengo
"Hi Phumudzo welcome to our skills-universe - please join as many groups as you like & add a blog telling us what you do."
Apr 7, 2009
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Apr 7, 2009
My name is Phumudzo Luvhengo, am currently working for one of the Seta's and I want to study ETDP if anyone has more information on this please feel free to share with me.

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At 18:59 on May 17, 2009, Linda Ingram said…
Hi Phumudzo
I'm sorry I've missed your comment earlier - still finding my way around the site.

SDF training courses are offered by many providers. Open Learning Group run them from time to time. If you check out our website all the course details are shown in the Skills Academy section of our website and will give you the dates and times of our next course.

To become a facilitator you really need to decide on the area of specialisation of field in which you want to facilitate. As a rule, you can facilitate on any area in which you yourself have studied and will be able to facilitate a one level below your level of qualification. So if you've let's say done an honours degree you can facilitate to a level of 3rd year. Hope that makes sense.

I've noted that people would generally first become facilitators and then further your skills by gaining skills courses such as the SDF course which will allow you to then engage with companies and advise them on training requirements. Unfortuntely the way the industry is set up, many SDF's will land up advising corporate clients to invest in training for which they provide the training and hence objectivity is lost and Workplace Skills Plans are very biased to what the SDF offers or to which training providers they are associated with - or in some cases they earn commission from training providers.

Faciliation requires a unique set of skills - you need to be able to transfer knowledge and I believe the key is to really enjoy seeing people grow. From that you get a personal satisfaction out of facilitation that moeny just can't buy. You gotta love it!!!

Best of luck with choosing your direction.
At 10:11 on April 7, 2009, sylvia hammond said…
Hi Phumudzo welcome to our skills-universe - please join as many groups as you like & add a blog telling us what you do.
 
 
 

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