If you have done any speaking before, or are just starting out, it is important for you to realise that that there is more than one type of speech or presentation to an audience. You need to figure out which…Continue
Added by Adele Howell-Pryce on October 31, 2011 at 16:02 — No Comments
De-Vi Training Consultants is an accredited ETDP-SETA provider offering:
a) Facilitator Training (US 117871)
b) Assessor Training (US 115753)
We also train and assist people to complete their Matric (both old syllabus and FET Grade 12) as well as the N4 - N6 Business Diplomas offered by the Dept of Education Pretoria in Human Resource Management, Public Relations Management, Marketing Management, Travel and Tourism Management, Public Administration, Business…Continue
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I am currently busy with accreditation for national certificates, systems development, technical support and end user computing. I need assessors for these courses. Is there anyone out there who can help me. Please send me a quote on your service.
The Department of Sport and Recreation invites applications for internship opportunities that currently exist within the Department. Unemployed or under-employed applicants between the ages of 18 and 35 years will be considered.
Successful interns will be appointed on a 12-month contract from 1 April 2012 to 31 March 2013. All-inclusive remuneration of…Continue
Added by Bronwyn Newman on October 26, 2011 at 14:58 — No Comments
National Department of Rural Development and Land Reform invites applications for internship opportunities that currently exist in offices throughout the country. Unemployed applicants between 18-35 years of age who have never participated in an internship programme in any Government department are invited to apply. Successful interns will be appointed for a period of 12 months commencing 1 April 2012 – 31…Continue
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24 October 2011
"Minister Nzimande wishes the Matric Class of 2011 well for their Examinations
Today marks the start of the examinations period for the Grade 12 class of 2011. Minister Nzimande takes this opportunity to wish all our learners who are sitting for this final examination of their schooling career everything of the best. This is a culmination of 12 years of schooling, and a period that usually determines whether one…Continue
Hi to all members, please see below request for input. I've copied in full. The Amendment Bill makes major changes to the management and control of Setas. Please read and give your personal input, or through any of your associations. You might also like to look at the discussion by Johannes on the CHE accreditation (or more correctly non-accreditation) of private providers. If you are involved, please give your input.
"The Portfolio Committee on Higher Education and Training…Continue
Gwen Mhalagu-Nkabinde and Sicelo Shiceka have been reliefed of their duties.
The new changes are:
1. Ms Dina Pule, currently the Deputy Minister for Performance Monitoring and Evaluation, has been appointed Minister of Communications.
2. Mr Thembelani “Thulas” Nxesi, the Deputy Minister for Rural Development and Land Reform, will become the new Minister…
Added by Dylan James on October 24, 2011 at 15:25 — No Comments
Here's what to do about those butterflies!
Most public speakers will tell you that they suffer from being nervous and having butterflies in their stomach before they are due to deliver a speech. So if you were thinking that you were alone in this ……. Don’t worry …… you aren’t.
Good speakers will tell you that having butterflies is a good sign. By this they mean that you haven’t become complacent or blasé and that because of that you will probably deliver a better…Continue
Added by Adele Howell-Pryce on October 24, 2011 at 8:30 — No Comments
I am looking for 4 freelance facilitators, with at least 1to 2 yrs experience (entry level) with Life Skills training Background and must have own reliable transport,laptop and wiling to travel. If interested please email CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
You be residing in the following provinces: Gauteng,Free State, Northern Cape, Limpopo, Mpumalanga and Limpopo
Job Pays R8000.00 to R10 000 performance based commission…Continue
Added by Godfrey Jezi on October 21, 2011 at 10:22 — No Comments
If your answer is no to the above question I suggest you read on to see what working for one of South Africa’s leading credit bureaus could offer you. It may seem unlikely that a sales executive, data administrator, Java developer, training officer, course developer and marketing specialist could all find their ideal niche within a credit bureau – but then again Compuscan is far more than simply a credit bureau.
Along with its sister company, Compuscan Academy, and latest…Continue
Added by Natasha Bovill on October 21, 2011 at 8:50 — No Comments
On 23 September 2011 Ministers responsible for education and training in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) approved the establishment of the SADC Regional Qualifications Framework (RQF).
This SADC RQF will be a reference framework described by level descriptors and will include:• quality assurance guidelines which set minimum standards for quality assurance in the SADC… Continue
Added by sylvia hammond on October 20, 2011 at 14:05 — No Comments
Imagine Pieter de Villiers taking Brian Habana before a disciplinary hearing chaired by Oregan Hoskins to address his pre-world cup lack of form. Or Pitso Mosimane giving Teko Modise a formal written warning to address his slump a while back. Granted, these are professional players who stand to lose a bundle of money if they were to get fired, which should in theory be sufficient motivation to invoke at least a temporary spike in their motivational levels. But if it does not,…Continue
WELDING - FACILITATOR
Added by Lee Badenhorst on October 17, 2011 at 17:55 — No Comments
TIPP Focus Training is a member of TIPP Focus Group & is exploring at the possibility of partnering with a strong indvidual or established company to run its operations and marketing activities. we are accredited with various setas, which you can learn more on our website. if interested and want more info, you can send me email at email@example.com
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Now that you have decided to get in front of an audience and speak, the first obstacle that comes up is:
“How do I choose what to speak about?”
If you are like most industry experts – there is simply SO much that you could talk about. How do you narrow it down? How do you make it interesting and leave room for future speeches to the same audience?
Below is one technique for deciding what to speak about –…Continue