The job market has undergone significant changes since the dawn of the digital age. Young people entering industries twenty or thirty years ago were likely to stick with the same line of work, often even the same company, until retirement. Modern workers, on the other hand, skip between professions throughout their…Continue
The Company will ensure that all parties are aware of the expected outcomes by issuing every Outsourced Contractor that performs any function for the Company with a Service Level Agreement that will highlight the type of service, all relevant particulars of the Contractor, dates of services performed and completed, indemnity as well as the cost of the service and payment terms. …Continue
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Evidence was provided in a recent Labour Court case that the police issued an instruction to Legends Golf and Safari Resort Operations (Pty) Ltd, requesting them not to take disciplinary action against their employee, William Mtshali, until…Continue
It feels as if we have so few leaders in this country that stand for equal rights, humanitarian insights and fair Governance. Our own environment in education and training seems as if its losing the sights of where we all wish to be. Yes, there are glowing lights, but it feels that they are few and unseen. So when working with people who have the backing of one of the most decorated peace individuals this week, I felt hugely humbled.
I was so blessed to have met Bishop Desmond Tutu,…Continue
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Chartall Business College is accredited to offer training for a selection of registered learnerships. A learnership is a structured training programme that combines workplace experience and classroom training to develop job-relevant skills and knowledge.
Chartall Business College delivers learnerships on-site for companies who wish to develop their own staff and offers public learnerships…Continue
Added by Chantal Bailie on October 24, 2014 at 10:30 — No Comments
The main purpose hereof is to ensure that the SETA are aware of how the Company will conduct their business in order to obtain, retain and ensure that the Company provides a quality, learner driven, honest, reliable, responsible and accountable service.
In order to do this the Company must adhere to all policies and procedures as set out in the QMS and will further retain the services of an experienced ETDP consultant to assist them with the SETA accreditation process. The Company…Continue
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The tech industry at first glance may seem to offer a fair playing field for both male and female workers. For the first time ever, we’re actually seeing more female personalities in the tech…Continue
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The Service SETA invites suitable stakeholders to apply for Discretionary Grant Funding 2014/15. The Discretionary Grant Applications will open during the period 22 October 2014 to 21 November 2014.
The KZN Provincial Office will be having a briefing session for interested stakeholders on the 27th October 2014 .
Registration : 9:30 am
Programme : 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Venue : Service SETA Training Room
Address : 73 Ramsay Avenue, Musgrave, Durban.
Added by Jeanine Topping on October 23, 2014 at 9:28 — No Comments
The main purpose is to identify, reduce and prevent undesirable incidents or outcomes by reviewing past incidents and implementing changes to prevent or reduce future incidents.
Areas to be analysed are:
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The Company will endeavour to provide the highest level of service to its customers and ensure that the staff will be professional at all times by showing courtesy, accuracy, accountability, integrity, consideration and promptness in all their actions.
In order to ensure this the company must identify impediments and address them accordingly as well as provide training on customer service and general communication skills.…Continue
Added by Jeanine Topping on October 22, 2014 at 9:05 — No Comments
The end of 2014 is fast approaching and we're all gearing up (or winding down) for a well-deserved break. 2015 will be on our doorstep sooner than we think and it's a good idea to plan for your 2015 training and skills development needs before the end of the year. Chartall Business College provides tailor-made training solutions for companies. We perform a needs analysis for each customer and then tailor a solution to meet their specific needs. To see the learnerships and qualifications we…Continue
Added by Chantal Bailie on October 21, 2014 at 9:30 — No Comments
POLICY 15: WORK INTEGRATED LEARNING AND EXCURSION/OFF-ON SITE POLICY
Work Integrated Learning (WIL) is defined as the knowledge and skills acquired through life and work experience and study which are not formally demonstrated through any educational or professional certification.
Work integrated Learning is a mode of learning delivered under Minister of Education guidelines that integrates the theoretical concepts of classroom activities with a community…Continue
Added by Jeanine Topping on October 21, 2014 at 8:13 — No Comments
The Services Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) is a statutory body established in terms of the Skills Development Act of (1998) as amended, to enable stakeholders to advance skills levels in the services sector.
The Services SETA invites suitable stakeholders to apply for Discretionary Grant funding. The Discretionary Grants…Continue
Added by Cindy Payle on October 20, 2014 at 14:36 — No Comments
Whoever told you that presenting to a group of people is easy, does not know what he or she is talking about. Coming up with a brilliant idea is not a problem. The way in which it comes across to your audience is what makes a difference. Presenting to a group of people can be a daunting exercise - a trial of fire - but one which you emerge from as a more confident communicator, who is able to connect with a diverse range of people.
Added by Michelle Shippel on October 20, 2014 at 12:30 — No Comments
As any leader in the corporate world knows, success does not come quickly or easily. In fact, the best way to prepare for a leading role in a large company is starting at the bottom and working your way up.
Although every worker who climbed the corporate ladder has their own success story, the road to achievement has some unavoidable steps. Let’s have a look at the basic framework of working your way up in the corporate world:
Start as early as…Continue
Added by Chantel Harris on October 17, 2014 at 11:32 — No Comments
QMS Discussion - POLICY 14: CERTIFICATION POLICY
The Company will establish and maintain a secure database for the issuing of certificates and will request, in writing to the SETA for the approval of pro forma certificates.
The following procedures must be implemented:
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The MICT SETA together with the QCTO is in the process of reviewing qualifications for all sub-sectors that fall within its scope. These are:
Film and Media;
To this end we have held two pre-scoping sessions for the Journalism and the Film and Media (FEM) qualifications. During the Film and…Continue
QMS: Discussion - POLICY 13: MANAGEMENT SYSTEM REVIEW POLICY
The company will ensure that internal system reviews are in place in order to maintain an effective Quality Management System as well as to promote continual improvement.
The internal review program must include Annual Management Board reviews, Annual Quality Committee reviews, Quarterly Review Meeting as well as Monthly Internal communication and update meetings.
Policies should be…Continue
Added by Jeanine Topping on October 15, 2014 at 8:29 — No Comments
Hi, Can someone please advise as to how the payments of a learnership should work? Example when running a learnership you start of with example 7 learners so you invoice the client for 7 learners as the contact sessions continue learners drop out so you adjust your invoice according to the number of learners left? is this correct? Than you find yourself in a situation where there is one contact session left meaning the learner completed 99% of the qualification and drop out, should you…Continue
Added by Nadenza Jones on October 14, 2014 at 17:53 — No Comments
QMS Discussion: POLICY 12:HEALTH AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT POLICY
The company will ensure the Health and Safety of all Learners, staff and visitors by adhering to the rules and regulations of the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) as well as applicable regulations in terms of the said Act and the Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act.
This includes employing security staff, installing security systems and providing adequate insurance…
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