our company is currently accredited by LGSETA with few unit standards we are planning to increase our scope, if you have learning material falling under LGSETA please email me the list ( Lethole@webmail.co.za). I am also a registered assessor with LG seta, I do also facilitation. If you need these services please let me know.
i am not sure i understand you and what you do. yes we have a TIPP FOCUS foundation that focuses on the youth and we have plans to work with schools, from Carrieer guidance point of view. if you need to know more about our founadation, contact Nosipho Twala at our offices. for contact details check our website.
I guess it depends in part on the level and nature of the competition. Preparing a letter and sending it to Chief Executive Officers of large corporates is probably the way I would go - selecting those I know contribute to good causes/education initiatives.
See Des Squire's post where he gives feedback on comment he got from SAQA. In short, if I understand it correctly, only qualifications HAVE to be accredited, not short courses or skills programmes. The way I have always understood it, is that your course needs to be accredited if you want to award certificates of competence and register the learners' achievements on the NLRD; but if your main purpose is to pass on skills and award certificates of attendance, go for it! We're doing training at Usindiso shelter for women in Joburg on that basis. Let me know when you want to train your youth on Financial Life Skills and we can talk about how you can incorporate my book.