Having now assisted many new and existing Private Nursing Education Institutions (PNEIs) to navigate the treacherous waters of Registration and Accreditation in the South African Higher Education regulatory sphere, we have decided to revise and expand our offering to align with the needs of PNEIs specifically.
We realized that the needs of other Private Higher Education Institutions (PHEIs), serving sectors that have long been regulated by the likes of the Council on Higher Education…Continue
Added by Nadia Landman on February 20, 2017 at 15:18 — No Comments
Altnau, Switzerland: Independent Swiss hospitality expert, Dr. Daniel G. Fuchs, is pleased to announce, that he will represent Koh Samui’s Beach Republic at ITB Berlin 2017 – courting travelers seeking deeper connections to some of Thailand’s most beautiful and culturally rich destinations. …Continue
Added by Dr. Daniel G. Fuchs on February 18, 2017 at 10:29 — No Comments
To an amazing creator of Skills-Universe, Sylvia, Portal Publishing would like to wish you a very Happy Birthday and a prosperous year ahead.
UNDERSTANDING THE BUSINESS WORLD
Congratulations, you have now joined the world of business. You have made your decision and have accepted employment. So where do you go from here? What do you know about the business world?
The majority of young people never really…Continue
Added by Des Squire on February 13, 2017 at 8:31 — No Comments
The planned signing of the national minimum wage that was to take effect in May 2018 has been postponed until further notice, following Cosatu’s request that they be granted time to consult its central executive committee at the end of the month..
Nedlac have drafted a deal that endorses the R20 per hour national minimum wage. The minimum wage will amount to R3 500 per month for a 30 hour week or R3 900 for a 35 hour week.
While the minimum wage when it comes into effect…Continue
Added by Des Squire on February 9, 2017 at 16:44 — No Comments
As part of my research project on Distance Learning I would really value your input and your thoughts on how you feel about distance learning making use of technology based learning and communicating online with a subject matter expert (tutor).The project is based on is a National Certificate Occupational directed Education and Training Development. Level 5
Perhaps share your experience on distance learning? What is your questions/fears/ knowledge of making use of distance learning? or…
I have been 28 years in die ECD field and about 15 years part of the implementation of the SAQA ECD qualifications but has never been so confused as now.
We made the mistake of not working according to the Exit Level Outcomes (ELO's) for Level 5. With our new intake this year we need to implement it.
I looked at the 7 ELO’s and noticed that one unit standard fits in under more than one ELO (not like in level 4). In Level 4 there are specific ELO’s that…Continue
HOW TO FIND A JOB
You have now decided on a way forward and have established a direction in life you want to follow. I trust you have also compiled an impressive CV? That then completes the preliminary work. That in fact was the easy part, now comes the challenge.…Continue
Added by Des Squire on February 6, 2017 at 8:21 — No Comments
I am now live on Youtube: Deon Binneman presenting at the Institute for Internal Auditors Conference 8 May 2016 – a Stakeholder Reputation Management Overview.
A company’s reputation is its most important asset and yet, also its biggest risk. International studies show that as much as 63% of the market value of an organization can be attributable to its reputation. An Organization derives its reputation from the way it’s performance, actions and behavior is…Continue
Added by Deon Binneman on February 3, 2017 at 9:29 — No Comments
4. LOOKING FOR YOUR FIRST JOB
As with everything you do in life maturity and an adult approach is what is called for. In this particular case maturity refers to your readiness to choose and to make a responsible decision regarding your future. With thousands of occupations to choose from this is not a particularly easy task. So where do you…Continue
Added by Des Squire on January 30, 2017 at 8:20 — No Comments
Have you set a goal for your company in 2017?
If you’re like most business owners, you’re striving for an increase in your annual sales. It’s natural to want your company to be bigger because that’s what everyone around us seems to celebrate.
Magazines profile the fastest growing companies, industry associations celebrate their largest members, and bigger seems to be better in the eyes of just about every business student with a microphone.
But growth can come at a steep…Continue
Added by Ruben T Miller on January 27, 2017 at 15:30 — No Comments
Great news on a truly stakeholder-driven qualification development process by the National Cleaner Production Centre South Africa, in which two new OQF Occupational Certificates in Cleaner Energy Technology have been developed and successfully registered on the OQF and SAQA. I am holding thumbs for
I am holding thumbs for a quality implementation of this necessary qualification for our emerging renewable and clean energy sectors in South Africa. With the advent of the Wind, Solar and…Continue
Having been in the NQF game for a good 18 years plus it never fails to give me a few good laughs . . . those of us who know the system are sadly quite used to the marvelous inefficiencies, delays and frustrations.
But today . . . well today wasn't really special or any different I suppose. Trying to get a learnership registered with a seta i generally don't deal with - I found out that the process involved something along the lines of sending in a letter of intent written in ink…Continue
Private training providers should prepare for a greater level of evaluation and verification as government heightens its qualification policies.
The Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) will soon invite public comment on important amendments to the draft National Qualifications Framework (NQF) Amendment Bill.
The bill, which was published in November 2016, will particularly affect education and training providers and employers in…
20 January 2017
Dear Skills Development Provider
Re: UPDATE REGARDING RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING (RPL) AS A DELIVERY MODEL
1. This letter serves to inform accredited skills development providers, that Services SETA has taken a decision regarding RPL accreditation applications.
3 STUDY OPTIONS AFTER SCHOOL
So what options are available to you? What are you going to do now that you have left school? The options depend on a number of factors including your results. Have you passed matric? What are the financial considerations? What are your personal interests and abilities?
Assuming you have…Continue
Added by Des Squire on January 23, 2017 at 9:00 — No Comments
HELLO, am accredited with agriseta with 10 qualification,am looking for SDL PAYING COMPANIES IN AGRICULTURAL SECTOR
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2. Making decisions related to your future
Should I go to varsity or should I work for a year or two?
In order to help you make this decision let me ask you how you feel right now. Can you cope with another three to five years of study? Do you feel like a rest? Do you want to carry on…Continue
Added by Des Squire on January 16, 2017 at 10:24 — No Comments
Medical aids, hospital plans, medical insurance and so on can make your head spin. Having some kind of medical cover is vital and yet navigating your way through what each option means and how it assists you, is tricky. Every single medical cover company has different options and a variety of packages that cover various different instances. The South African government has put into place something called the prescribed medical benefits (PMB). PMBs have been defined as medical benefits that…Continue