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Igebe Academy of Learning
“Bridging the Gap”

IGEBE ACADEMY OF LEARNING (“Bridging the Gap”) is a BEE Provider and is an ETDP accredited Training Provider.

IGEBE ACADEMY OF LEARNING is supported by The School of Business (THSBS), the Tourism, Hospitality & Sport Business School and ACE Human Capital.

The Principal Partners of IGEBE ACADEMY OF LEARNING are Mlamuli Dlamini, Zelda Smith, Lisa Bradshaw and Adv. Don Leffler.

IGEBE ACADEMY OF LEARNING specializes in:
• Education, Training and Skills Development
• Human Resource Management
• HR Systems and Processes
• Payroll
• Recruitment
• Skills Development and Skills Levy Systems and Management
• Labour Law
• Project Management
• Corporate Training
• Financial Literacy Training
• Language Skills
• Computer Skills
• Business and Administration Skills

# BEE Scorecards

ETDP SETA ACCREDITED QUALIFICATIONS OFFERED BY IGEBE ACADEMY OF LEARNING:

Qualifications NLRD Level Credits

National Diploma in
Occupationally Directed ETD
Practice. (OD ETD) 50333 5 240

National Certificate in
Occupationally Directed ETD
Practice. (OD ETD) 50334 5 120

Higher Education and
Training Certificate in
Development Practice 23095 5 120

ETDP SETA ACCREDITED SKILLS PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY IGEBE ACADEMY OF LEARNING

FACILITATOR

South African Unit Standard
Unit standard name Facilitate the learning using a variety of given methodologies
Unit std number 117871 NQF level 5 Credits 10

ASSESSOR
South African Unit Standard
Unit standard name Conduct outcomes-based assessment
Unit std number 115753 NQF level 5 Credits 15

MODERATOR
South African Unit Standard
Unit standard name Conduct moderation of outcomes-based assessments.
Unit std number 115759 NQF level 6 Credits 10

For information on IGEBE ACADEMY OF LEARNING and its range of products and services, kindly contact:

Zelda Smith zelda@acehumancapital.co.za
Lisa Bradshaw lisaman@rttc.co.za
Mlamuli Dlamini mlamuli@acehumancapital.co.za
Don Leffler: donleffler@lantic.net

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