My name is Frans Brewis and I have been involved in IT training for the last 10 years. I also have a passion for programming with a strong focus on PHP and MySQL. In 2006 our institution trained 100 learners on an IT learnership and I was shocked to see how much of that was spend on administration and reports instead of training. I started developing a LMS with the idea to automate some of the processes to remove the high from the training staff.
The aim of this LMS is to…Continue
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Are you located in Johannesburg, and able to help an emerging recycling cooperative? A worthwhile project for your company to consider for Corporate Social Responsibility or Investment.
The letter from NUMSA is copied in full.…
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What is a learnership?
It is a structured learning programme during which the learner spends some time learning theory and some time learning practical skills in the workplace.
It leads to a qualification registered on the National Qualifications Framework. Such a qualification is designed to provide not only technical and work-specific skills, but life skills such as communication and teamwork.
Before the programme is implemented, a contract is drawn up…Continue
"My South Africa is the working-class man who called from the airport to return my wallet without a cent missing. It is the white woman who put all three of her domestic worker's children through the same school that her own child attended. It is the politician in one of our rural provinces, Mpumalanga, who returned his salary to the government as a statement that standing with the poor had to be more than just a few words. It is the teacher who worked after school hours every day during the…Continue
Retirement? What Retirement?
“The times they are a changin” never before has the title of this Bob Dylan classic been more relevant. Baby Boomers, those born between 1945 and 1964 have witnessed some truly amazing shifts in the world. Who knows what is in store for generation Y? The warp speed growth of technology is going to impact the way our children interact with the world, they will be employed in fields that have not yet been conceived. Information is no longer the reserve of…Continue
The “skills shortage” has become a convenient scapegoat for most shortcomings in service delivery by municipalities, public utilities and government departments. Businesses in the private sector often use the same lament as an excuse for sloppy service.
The skills shortage is gradually achieving a revered status, heading the long list of socio-economic challenges of our country. Billions of rands are about to be spent by government on ambitious plans to eradicate this…Continue
I have been posting my frustartions on this site for sometime. Remember the 'Open letter to the Minister of Higher Education and Training' .I have now been registered as an Assessor with the Services Seta for the qualifications below. May any good citizen, samaritan please help me acquire a contract.
I am registered for the following Services Seta Qualifications:
1) 20908 National Diploma: Customer Management NQFLevel:5 Registration…Continue
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I am registered as a Moderator with Serviceseta for the following:
49648 : NC New Venture Creation-SMME
67465: NC Business Administration
61755: GETC Business Practice
Still awaiting registration with other Seta with their relevant qualifications, will post them as soon as they become available
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Staffing Direct will be hosting a Skills Summit in Johannesburg, 24th February 2011 at the Sandton Convention Centre.
Should you be interested to attend mail me firstname.lastname@example.org
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In a world and country where chaos often rains, it is frequently believed that more skills, more education and more training is the only offering to appease the monster god called production. However, in a time where guru's tell us that the are aligning, that world destruction is upon is, but that there is hope, if we change our attitudes, our views and beliefs. Books like The Secret and Matrix Re imprinting (too mention but a few)will have us believe that all we need to do is to imagine a…Continue
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SECTION27 welcomes the judgment handed down by Judge Bhoola today in the…Continue
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Job dissatisfaction affects all employees in different degrees at different times. Like stress, how we choose to respond is more important than trying to deny or painfully suffer the consequences.
Many years ago, I learned about the EVLN Model in an organisational textbook. The simplicity of the model has always stuck with me, and often when in a teaching or facilitation moment, I share the model as an awareness tool for where dissatisfied staff may find…Continue
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Hardly had President Zuma set the job creation target at half a million new jobs per year or the prophets of doom started telling us that the target was unachievable. This despite the proposed jobs fund of 9 billion rand over the next three years to finance new job-creation initiatives, the Industrial Development Corporation setting aside R10 billion over the next five years for investment in economic activities with a high jobs potential and the R20 billion in tax allowances or tax breaks…Continue
State of the Nation Address by His Excellency Jacob Zuma, President of the Republic of South Africa, at the Joint Sitting Of Parliament, Cape Town
10 February 2011
Honourable Speaker of the National Assembly,
Chairperson of the National Council of Provinces;
Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly and Deputy Chairperson of the NCOP;
Deputy President of the Republic, Honourable Kgalema…
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