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Members of SKISA Team South Africa are raring to "Go for Gold" at the forthcoming Gift of the Givers International Kanazawa Cup Tournament scheduled for 30 April 2011 at the Fred Crookes Sports Centre, Durban University of Technology campus.
An important aspect of this tournament is the…Continue
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I think I mentioned in my last post, we don't work in a dull industry. However, I personally think that the abovementioned is most concerning, as I am sure the stakeholders of SSETA are going to very uneasy.
Short of wanting to throw the cat among the pigeons......would you wish to pay over your levy to any SETA at the moment. I agree changes to some SETA's most necessary but am HORRIFIED!!! by the latest. Welcome your opinion out there..regards Sharon Machard
Added by Sharon Machard on April 28, 2011 at 16:05 — No Comments
“Wealth is the abundance of valuable resources or material possessions, or the control of such assets.”
But I disagree, wealth is the measure of your capability to do what you want to do, when you want to do it, where you want to do it and with whom you want to do it with. The extent of your immediate available choice.
We have all been led to believe that wealth is all about material possessions, but in fact wealth is…Continue
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Leading into the Easter weekend I thought I would trawl for an interesting article that would be more practical and action focused. Dr.John Aitchison's thought provoking article on Adult Basic Education and Training (ABET) certainly fits the bill. Currently we are being bombarded by SETA-based issues and coverage, it makes a really nice change to see something straightforward and targeted at resolving problems, which John is really good at.…Continue
Dear All, for everyone's interest here is the new gazetted list of the revised boards of all the SETA's as per the new board constitutions. Makes for interesting reading!
Added by Ashwell Glasson on April 21, 2011 at 14:13 — No Comments
For those of you following the current battle between embattled Services SETA CEO Dr. Ivor Blumenthal and the Minister of Higher Education and Training, Dr. Nzimande might find this article by Sue Blaine from the Business Day an interesting read.
From my perspective the report seems to focus more on the rising specter of resource control, that the behind-the-scenes objective is ultimately the Services SETA levy income and who has access and control of the levies. For me, stepping…Continue
Added by Ashwell Glasson on April 21, 2011 at 11:04 — No Comments
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Added by Manda Mabeba on April 19, 2011 at 8:26 — No Comments
Is there anyone who knows the latest on AARTO? When should we expect its implementation. I would also like to know if there is any service provider that offers workshops or training on how it works, and its impact on the trucking companies whose business relies heavily on good, competent drivers.
your help will be greatly appreciated.
Added by Thanda on April 18, 2011 at 15:59 — No Comments
Time - is money
So we do need to spend it wisely (Spend it) just like we would spend money.
These are some of the tips that have worked for me:
Clear my desk every evening
Make a list of jobs I need to get done the next day (Order of Priority)
Finish each task one at a time - Sales in the morning - the calls when everyone is fresh
Transfer the jobs not done on the one day to the next day.
FOR all of this I keep a large black hardcover book -…Continue
Added by Carin Maehr on April 15, 2011 at 9:25 — No Comments
Some of the best advice given to credit providers during an economic downturn is to work smarter. This is especially important when you evaluate ways on how to cut costs and improve your employees’ performance.
Choosing distance learning over costly in-person training is one of the ways of working smarter during tough economic times in achieving your organizational goals. The capabilities and experience of your employees during these financial adverse times, make…
Added by Natasha Bovill on April 15, 2011 at 9:06 — No Comments
When I meet a new client I can almost guarantee that one of the things they are going to say to me is that they “struggle with time management”. Life just seems to be getting busier and busier and often there just seems to be more and more work to be done in a day.
This week I thought I would share with you four different coping tactics that I recommend to my clients that you can implement straight away in your business.
What on earth is happening in this industry....first Seta landscape approved ready to go 1st April 2011...now illegal...Ivor of Services Seta suspended. Every day the news becomes more shattering to this industry.
Who do we report to regarding changes ? New Setas allocated or old Setas?
It is vital, we as facilitators know what to do?
Any advise out there or comments.
Kind regards, Sharon Machard
I have a client that is urgently looking for a provider that will take candidate attorneys through a learnership. Please get in touch with me on firstname.lastname@example.org. This is rather urgent. I have been through the SASSETA website but find it difficult to traverse.
There has been much debate over the effectiveness of peer education training programmes. Some people are of the opinion that it is a waste of time. Others say we need to possibly rethink some aspects of the process. Whatever our criticism or lack of belief in the process, we need to acknowledge that peer educators can potentially play a pivotal role in behaviour change, both in the community and in the workplace.
I believe there are two areas which we…Continue
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Incapacity or the inability to perform the functions of a job can be the result of illness, lack of knowledge, or simply being incapable of doing the job. Not having the ability to do the job due to ill health is very different to being incapable of doing the job for some other reason. When considering the management of incapacity it is important that clarity exists.
Managing incapacity where the employee is incapable of doing the work is relatively simple and most managers…Continue
I am of the opinion that training moved from servicing the operation towards providing qualifications? There is a real difference between the two - or not?
The development team at Synergy Learning Solutions have been hard at work developing an eLearning course for SAP Navigation and Overview (a basic introduction to SAP). This course is fully interactive and contains audio and assessments. For further details contact us on email@example.com
Synergy Learning Solutions specialises in taking your existing training material and converting it into an eLearning…Continue
Added by Di Gibson @ Synergy Learning on April 8, 2011 at 17:51 — No Comments
With the onset of the National Credit Act (NCA) you may find yourself in a situation where compliance issues have a noticeable impact on the processes and procedures followed in your business when you grant credit.
The NCA provides specific guidelines in terms of credit agreements, credit granting procedures, fee structures, and consumer rights as well as on the collection of debt that you need to abide by.
Non-compliance to any of these provisions can have a severe…
Added by Natasha Bovill on April 8, 2011 at 9:12 — No Comments