Fasset invites registered members to join us in a full day workshop entitled Valuing Diversity in the Workplace.
You will learn to understand and handle diversity effectively, help contribute to an inclusive and welcoming work environment and a more productive…Continue
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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) FROM TRAINING PROVIDERS TO DELIVER SERVICES SETA FUNDED LEARNING PROGRAMMES…
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I was totally shocked to see this morning that my daughter could not get her lunch in her school bag because of all her books and textbooks. No, she is not in High School but only in Grade 6. She was forced to get and extra bag to take her books in.
I asked her why does she have all your books everyday and she said she needs it for homework.
I am shocked to think that there is no management from the teachers that offers the various subjects. She has homework…Continue
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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FROM SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PROVIDERS TO DELIVER SERVICES SETA FUNDED LEARNING PROGRAMMES
The Services Sector for Education and Training Authority (SSETA) is a statutory body established through the Skills Development Act of 1998 to enable its stakeholders to advance skills levels in the sector in accordance to government’s growth initiatives. All SETAs were recently reviewed and SSETA has been re- licensed to execute…Continue
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CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FROM SERVICES SETA EMPLOYERS TO REGISTER FOR DISCRETIONARY GRANTS AND TO PARTICIPATE IN SSETA FUNDED LEARNING PROGRAMMES
The Services Sector for Education and Training Authority (SSETA) is a statutory body established through the Skills Development Act of 1998 to enable its stakeholders to advance skills levels in the sector in accordance to government’s growth initiatives. All SETAs were recently…Continue
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by Prof Jonathan Jansen
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 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 words. It is the…
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Call the rain offers HIV/Aids counselling and awareness training which is primarily presented through a ‘story-telling method’. The organisation has been recognised for its unique method of bringing the message across but its latest approach seems to be the most radical yet.
In her article Using politics to teach ARV adherence founder Nicolene Rose-Innes explains that through a process of association, communities are learning about different drugs and the…Continue
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With overcrowding in local universities at an all time high and confidence in the overall education system at an all time low perhaps it is time to explore other avenues of learning?
Is online education the answer? It may be too early to tell but the idea is certainly becoming a lot more…Continue
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We have the following course material on sale from…Continue
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For emerging and existing OD-ETDP training providers we have the following newly updated skills programmes available for purchase and customization and they are learner and trainer ready. The skills programmes include the full range of facilitators, learner, assessment and related guides plus importantly include newly added content on the NSDS III and QCTO.
Providing career and vocational guidance is a key factor for the development of any individual and thus making practical…Continue
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Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) in South Africa unlike other countries has a very specific agenda. It is intended to support transformation of the education and training system of the country.
The Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) promises of the early 1990s have never been fulfilled and RPL has failed miserably in most instances.
Since 1994 some progress has been made towards an integrated education and training system in the country: having a single Department of…
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SADTU in Gauteng convened a meeting with the following role players in the education system, COSATU, NASGB, ANC, COSAS and SACP to brief and discuss with them the current challenges facing the education system in the Soweto Township.
The meeting deliberated on the challenges and resolved as follows.
- All the progressive forces will need to bring stability to the education of the working class people in…Continue
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The BANKSETA invites you to attend information sessions to prepare for training service provider (TSP) registration
for the 2011 phase of the Training Voucher Project.
Join us to find out how the registration process works and how to participate in the project to increase learning and
development opportunities for small and micro-enterprises in the microfinance industry.…
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For all our academic members and those interested in new media technologies and learning - a call for papers. All the information is copied as I received it. Please make contact directly with the publishers. Thank you.
On The Horizon Special New Media Edition
On The Horizon announces a special issue, ‘New Media and Learning'. The journal seeks critical thought on how the application of new media technologies and…
January 2011 Edition of Synergy News
When I designed MS Access databases for Auto Africa, The Rand Show, Saitex, Nando’s and Coca-Cola, I always followed the principle of “start with the end in mind” and training is no different. When planning a training intervention, always look at the end result. Once you have determined the end result, you can work backwards and design your high level course outcomes and then the various lesson outcomes. You will also be able to decide on the…
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