Monthly Archives: Mar 2012




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With the birth of SAQA, Seta’s, unit standards and the dreaded POE’s, training providers have been burdened with loads of admnistration, quality standards, impossible demands in terms of learning programme development and of course you know all the rest of it! I have experienced endless frustration trying to please all […]

Getting it right







Deputy President of the Republic, Mr Kgalema Motlanthe;   NCOP Chairperson, Mr Mninawa Mahlangu;  The Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development and all Ministers and Deputy Ministers present, Gauteng Premier, Ms Nomvula Mokonyane;  Executive Mayor of the City of Johannesburg,  Councillor Parks Tau;   Representatives of Chapter 9 Institutions;  The […]

President Zuma on Human Rights Day – to visit FET ...



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  People who fail to achieve goals almost always signal their intent to fail by using three little words: “I will try…”   There are no three words in the English language that are more deceptive, both to the person who says them and the person who hears them.   […]

3 words that guarantee failure



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Perhaps there are many of you out there that do not have this happen… but invariably somewhere in the afternoon our energy levels drop. I personally go and sit outside or go for a walk. But here are some tips and tools to help you. Taken from http://www.rd.com/13-things/13-ways-to-beat-the-afternoon-slump-at-work/ If you’re […]

Beat the Midday Slump