Hi Des, thank you very much. Of course the hard work really starts now. But we finally have a position that we can establish with norms and standards for skills development facilitation. Kind regards Gill
An excellent contribution Des, I like the following words: a voluntary association - for good - in a democracy. It occurs to me that our Constitution is also a source for referral. My understanding of what is intended under our Constitution is that we have a "democratic and open society". (Preamble) and see also s18 freedom of association. Then look at the structures under the Skills Development Act: e.g. the National Skills Authority - s6(3)(c), which are seen as civic organisations. So interesting in terms of whether civil society is "political". I would say we are not political but do have "development" interests.
we can go on and on but we wont change the way how they apply the SETAs, l think as private institutions we need to send a strong statement to the government as to speed-up the process, above all l think it is unfair what our SETAs do
I'm a registered Sasseta assessor and facilitator, currently working as a freelancer. I need help about pricing. So which method is best, price per hour or per credit and how much? One of the assessor I know charge R1300 a day. At the moment the is a company that need my services but we don't agree about moola. Please help...