IRASA breakfast seminar: Dialogue on the Green Paper on Post-School Education and Training


IRasa has invited speakers from different industries to share their practical experience and give their views on the ‘Green Paper on Post-School Education and Training’. This session is aimed at giving IRasa members an opportunity to engage with speakers on such a topical issue.

Speakers:

Clive Mtshisa, Acting DDG: DHET

Shamira Huluman, CEO: PSETA

Joel Dikgole, CEO: W&RSETA

COST

•Members             R90
•Non-members     R180

 

BANKING DETAILS

Nedbank, Fox Street Branch (Branch Code 190805), Current Account No. 1908701250 

Proof of payment must be submitted!

*If you would like to join IRasa you can find our membership form on the PSCBC Website-  http://www.pscbc.org.za  under  “Notice Board”

RSVP TO MARISA RIBEIRO +27 12 644 8019 +27 76 449 1446 irasa.pscbc@gmail.com

IRASA BACKGROUND

Briefly, the Industrial Relations Association of South Africa (IRasa) has the unique advantage of catering for the needs of a wide range of stakeholders involved in employment relations. The stakeholders include employment relations and human resources practitioners (including employers’ associations and trade unions), ER and HR consultants, labour lawyers, academics, bargaining councils, the CCMA, state departments and other interested parties. The range of issues IRasa engages in include, amongst others, employment relations, human resource management, labour law, social security, work and working conditions, skills development, employment and the labour market. IRasa is therefore in a position to present a holistic understanding of employment relations.

 IRasa’s vision is to contribute in a meaningful way to the creation of sound employment relations in South Africa in a manner that maximizes the performance and wellbeing of all participants within a framework of fairness, dignity and mutual respect.

 It aims to achieve this role by means of a variety of activities including open discussion forums with inputs from experts with differing perspectives; seminars and workshops where concrete and contemporary issues are tackled, and best practice presentations where leading and cutting edge organisations spell out their formulae for success. In addition, it holds an annual conference where top speakers present talks and papers on a wide range of issues.

 After a period in the doldrums IRasa is gearing up to be ready to host the 17th World Congress of the International Labour and Employment Relations Association (ILERA) in Cape Town in 2015. This is a prestigious event at which experts from across the world present the latest developments and research on employment relations and numerous related topics.

 We at IRasa hope to see you at our function!

 

RSVP by Tuesday, 15 May 2012 for logistical arrangements.IRASA_Breakfast_Seminar.pdf

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