If you could do business with foreigners, would you learn how to understand and respect them? Of course you would.
When you start out, it seems as if they are from another planet. You know that any errors will offend them and your chances will be gone. So, you quickly invest in training courses in respect. You learn a few words in their language. You attend a course on body language and you learn about social…
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How can we provide access to Professional Development programmes to some 450 000 Teachers country wide (Principals, HOD’s and teachers) in all public and independent schools?
Special Appeal to support Education in South Africa
For just R 240 per year you will support the development…Continue
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SERVICES SETA 2014/2015
DISCRETIONARY GRANTS APPLICATIONS
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 Applications will open during the…Continue
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Notice and Invitation
to the Annual General Meeting (AGM)
Notice is hereby given to all Services Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) stakeholders that the Annual General Meeting will be held as follows:
Date: 20 November 2014
Venue: Birchwood Hotel and OR Tambo Conference Centre
14 View Point Road Boksburg…Continue
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Neuro-Ludus Brain Training Game to Improve Information Processing Skills
There is a general consensus among employers and policy makers that analytical and information processing skills are key transversal skills necessary for a competent and productive workforce. Educators also recognized that learners need to have well developed analytical and information processing skills in order to be able to learn effectively and efficiently. Analytical skills regulate the information…Continue
Added by Chris Chinien on October 7, 2014 at 5:58 — No Comments
Calling all transport industry management You are invited to apply for the Generic Management Skills at NQF Level 5.
The opportunity is open to all transport Industry workers.
This is a once in a lifetime…Continue
Added by Dr Wynand Goosen on September 25, 2014 at 12:00 — No Comments
Community Development Initiatives International (CDII)
CDII operates as a non profit company and is committed to supporting communities and encouraging sustainable livelihoods.…Continue
Teacher Development gets support
NAPTOSA, the second largest Teacher Union, has put its weight behind SACE’s Teacher Development strategy.
Government’s strategy to introduce a formal professional development programme for Teachers was implemented early this year. At last weeks KZN Naptosa Congress some 400 participants gave support for the teacher development system developed by…Continue
Added by Don Leffler on August 23, 2014 at 16:48 — No Comments
Marking Women's Month, I was lucky enough to be invited to spend the day with one of our wonderful and long standing clients Staffing…Continue
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The other day I was having a discussion with someone who is more than 20 years my senior. He remarked how complex and difficult business and life has become. Things are being done so differently and technology dominates the marketplace. He admitted to being a technophobe and for the most part either unwilling or unable to make use of the various technologies that so many of us take for granted. It is challenging enough to get him to use his cellphone for much more than taking and…Continue
Added by Jared Shippel on August 1, 2014 at 9:26 — No Comments
The Eazi Study Teacher Development Centre contains 20 different CPTD short courses, the revised Curriculum documents (CAPS); Government and DBE Policy documents, articles on education matters, research studies and news items. Teachers are invited to participate in the forum discussion and…Continue
Added by Don Leffler on July 16, 2014 at 10:11 — No Comments
Values can be different for different people. These differences can also lead to inconsistences between employees' personal values and the values of the organisation. Acting against this may appear to be curtailed by the fact that everyone enjoys the right to their personal values, a right supported by the bill of rights in the constitution. This personal right doesn't, however,…Continue
Added by Lia Marus on July 2, 2014 at 8:00 — No Comments
What is Return on Investment (ROI)? Does one size fit all businesses? How does one assess ROI when it comes to communication, and particularly the training and coaching of communication skills? If your business is not grappling with these questions then it is likely missing out on a critical component of improving sales, customer experience, staff satisfaction, improvements in productivity and increases in revenue.…Continue
For a business to flourish, it is important to stay abreast of new technology, methods and developments in industry. It is therefore vital for business owners and personnel managers to keep updating the skillset provided by their company.
Training staff to implement new processes, or fill gaps in the business structure can be expensive. Besides course fees, employees undergoing training are not meeting their usual quota of production. So how can we ensure funds spent on…Continue
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I recently attended a business lunch at a restaurant that I had not visited in several months. On arrival, I was greeted by the waiters and manager at the door and was then shown to my table. Once I was seated, the waiter handed me a menu and immediately asked me what I would like to drink. Seeing that I had just sat down, I decided to take a few minutes to make the decision. General greetings and exchanging of handshakes took place and within two minutes of having been seated,…Continue
Added by Michelle Shippel on March 24, 2014 at 10:07 — No Comments
Attending a job interview can be quite nerve wracking. This process can either make or break the person involved. The process can sometimes be long and frustrating and you really have to have a very thick skin in order to withstand all the personal and uncomfortable questions that you will be asked. Self preparation is very important and often many people who find themselves working through this process find it tough to prepare themselves correctly and as much as possible. Many times…Continue
Added by Michelle Shippel on March 19, 2014 at 10:47 — No Comments
It can take up to 6 months or more to find a job during a period of unemployment. Globally, on average, the unemployed are experiencing longer periods of joblessness than before the financial crisis. Employers are favouring the newly unemployed when jobs do become available. This increases the risk of skills degradation and obsolescence. The resultant skills mismatch…Continue
I am certain that at some stage you have received one of "those" calls. The question is, in what manner are we dealing with them?
When training and exercising one's voice, I always encourage my clients to not scream, shout or strain their vocal chords in any way. Obviously, it is easier to remember this aspect during the voice training session. However, to remember this aspect and many others at all times, becomes tough especially when you are new at voice…Continue