Can anyone please help? With regard to the occupational categories would a qualified chef fall under, 3, Technicians and Associate Professionals or 7, Craft and Related Trade?
Added by Dawn Melvill on August 31, 2011 at 10:21 —
Dsabled candidates for learnership programme.
Stipend available, Must MEET REQ.
-Good communication skills
-Not be studying full time
-Medical certificate stating nature of disability
-Clear criminal record
-Senior Certificate -grade 12 with mathematics
Closing Date:7 September 2011
Contact Name:Thavashni Holland
Contact Email:… Continue
Added by Bronwyn Newman on August 31, 2011 at 10:00 —
The Deputy Minister for Higher Education and Training, Professor Hlengiwe Mkhize, addressed all women working for the Department of Higher Education and Training today, 30 August 2011. The theme of the meeting is “Writing: Record Your Experiences as a South African Woman”.
The theme talks to the need for women to be writers and record their experiences at work, at home and elsewhere. More than 600 staff members are attending, including Deputy… Continue
Added by sylvia hammond on August 30, 2011 at 13:35 —
Bursaries for full-time studies at approved tertiary institutions are currently offered to persons residing in the greater Cape Metropolitan area and who will be reigstering for an undergraduate/postgraduate degree/diploma in one of the following fields of study in 2012
Please click on the document below to view bursary details.… Continue
Added by Bronwyn Newman on August 30, 2011 at 11:32 —
We are urgently looking for experienced FETC: Long Term Insurance NQF Level 4 Facilitators and assessors from all provinces.
Please send your and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Shepherd Murashiki on August 29, 2011 at 14:27 —
In follow-up to the posting on August 11, I would like to announce that the ETDPSETA has finally managed to evaluate my three levels of ABET Literacy programmes and has declared them APPROVED!
Even though I am very thankful to be able to continue with this line of business, I am convinced that the process to comply to the requirements should not be so energy draining and definitely should not take this much time and effort from the client-end to drive the progress. I will continue to… Continue
Added by Zerelde Uys on August 29, 2011 at 12:26 —
Yes, you can qualify as an ODETD practitioner at NQF level 5, in full or in part, by means of RPL Assessment.
The cost of training has in many instances become prohibitive for many HR and Skills Development practitioners. But this does not have to be the case. Many of the practitioners and SDF’s I deal with have already gained a great deal of experience and workplace exposure that will go a long way in assisting them with RPL assessment.
The ODETD qualification at NQF… Continue
Added by Des Squire on August 29, 2011 at 7:21 —
Would you love people to think of your business name first when they are looking for the product or service that you provide?
Then you really should be using Public Speaking as your marketing tool!
Public speaking and positioning yourself as a Topic Expert is possibly the quickest and most effective shortcut to position yourself as an expert in your industry. I can tell you that it certainly helped me to build my coaching practice over the… Continue
Added by Adele Howell-Pryce on August 28, 2011 at 11:58 —
Workplace conflict is unavoidable and can be a time-consuming and costly problem if it is not managed correctly. Despite this, many managers lack the ability to confront conflict and manage employee relationships in their organisations. When broaching the subject of workplace conflict it is important to remember that conflict never works in isolation and thus can quickly spiral out of control if not managed correctly. This is why it is so important to understand what causes conflict in the… Continue
Added by Natasha Bovill on August 26, 2011 at 8:31 —
The National Planning Commission [NPC] has just shortly launched what is called NPC JAM in which all South African are called to participate in shaping the "2030 Vision",on the basis of the mandate bestowed to the Commissioners by the Presidency,to put forward solid research,sound evidence and clear recommendations for government.
The event was attended by DJ's,Academics,Youth,Civil Society,NPC,NYDA etc...
A JAM is a collaborative,on-line… Continue
Added by Norman Ntai on August 25, 2011 at 15:00 —
My life now poised between life and death
I know not which, it matters not
What matters most is what has past, and what may lie ahead
And how I lived my life now past and also live the future
I think of all the hurt and pain I know I caused for others
I’ve hurt the ones I love the most, and others not so loved
I’ve caused them pain as well as grief - I failed them when in need
On looking back it’s very clear I know what I have done
I can’t undo the past… Continue
Added by Des Squire on August 25, 2011 at 8:00 —
24 August 2011
President Jacob Zuma has expressed utmost shock at the death of 14 children and the school bus driver who all perished when a school bus plunged into a river in Knysna, Western Cape, this morning.
"It is tragic beyond words,” President Zuma said.
"On behalf of government and the people of South Africa, let me convey my deepest and sincere condolences to the families of the driver and the children who passed on, to the surviving learners and teachers at… Continue
Added by sylvia hammond on August 24, 2011 at 18:58 —
It is quite shocking in the era of our democracy to have research reports selectively accepted.The Human Rights Watch Research Report was taken as 'lacking substance', on facts it revealed that actually [farm] workers within the farming sector in Western Cape are paid with 'papsak-alcohol' after toiling for more than 31 days.
Added by Norman Ntai on August 23, 2011 at 17:35 —
In what has become an annual event, South African unions are again striking for better wages. While the unions claim wage hikes will reduce inequality, critics say they cause youth unemployment. Union activists say that South Africa is the most unequal society in the world and that their demands seek to fix that.… Continue
Added by sylvia hammond on August 23, 2011 at 15:30 —
South Africans have been urged to take advantage of free legal assistance being offered at the country’s courts and Legal Aid Centres during this week.
These services are being made available to the public as part of the Department of Justice’s Access to Justice Week programme.
The aim of the programme, which is run in partnership with the South African Women Lawyers’ Association, is to provide a platform for women in the legal profession to give back to the… Continue
Added by sylvia hammond on August 23, 2011 at 12:44 —
The Department of Basic Education is strengthening its campaign to attract young people to take up teaching through the Funza Lushaka Bursary initiative.
From next month, the department said that it would “recruit the best of young people to the teaching profession.”
It has also announced that there would be a “more scripted approach to teacher… Continue
Added by sylvia hammond on August 23, 2011 at 12:29 —
Greetings of Peace
Whew! South Africa's Ubuntu Spirit knows no bounds. We are indeed making an emphatic continental statement that Africa is coming to the aid of Africans unreservedly. The power is not in the proclamation but in the execution: being the first African agency and the only agency in the world to fly 6 planes into Mogadishu in a two week period delivering 112 tons of aid, gave a very good feel being… Continue
Added by sylvia hammond on August 19, 2011 at 19:11 —
Compuscan Academy invites you to attend our enlightening breakfast seminars that will be hosted countrywide! Attend our seminars and receive a FREE voucher for one of our Money Management Workshops!
A Birds Eye View of CHANGES in the Commercial Regulatory Framework (Seminar 1)
:In depth discussion on the Consumer Protection Act plus a brief overview of POPIA, Companies Act and King…
Added by Natasha Bovill on August 19, 2011 at 15:00 —
I read an article recently which I found to be stimulating and of interest and felt a need to look a little further. I hope you find my contribution to be of interest.
What I found was that “a dominant minority, also known as alien elites if recent immigrants, is a group that has overwhelming political power, economic power or cultural dominance in a… Continue
Added by Des Squire on August 19, 2011 at 7:54 —
The Steve Biko Centre for Bioethics invites you to the
2011 Steve Biko Bioethics Lecture entitled
“Equity and Access in Health Care”
Ms. Precious Matsoso with response by Adv. Adila Hassim
Date: Monday, 12 September 2011
Time: 13:00 – 14:00
Venue: Marie… Continue
Added by sylvia hammond on August 18, 2011 at 18:01 —