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    Carl Liddle
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    Hi there All

    We will be training existing entrepreneurs that are running their respective businesses for more than three years. So the NVC Level 4 is a no go, hence we dont have unit standards attached.

     

    We are looking at procuring Unit Standards that relates to these disciplines below and they need to be aligned to NQF Level 4 or 5. 

    • Marketing and it must cover customer care or customer relations
    • Human Resource
    • Legal
    • Project Management
    • Tendering for new business
    • Operations Management
    • Finance
    • Costing and Pricing
    • Productivity and Continuous Improvement
    • Business Plan Development
    • Managing technology

     

    Please provide me with a detailed proposal and quotation for the above as the training commence on the 15 July 2013 and trainers briefing are happening on the 8 July 2013.

     

    If material must still be designed a 50% deposit will be paid, however if material is available full payment will be made under the following circumstances:

    a. full rights of ownership to be ceded to buyer

    b. materials come with all relevant units ready for alignment

    c. if remedial work must be done it will be down at no cost

    d. material is aligned in terms of seta requirement.

     

    Please send quotations to sbsskillsdevelopment@gmail.com.

     

    Kind Regards

     

    Carl Liddle – Managing Director

    083 360 6684

    http://www.sbsskills.co.za

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Kevin Marlow

    To put everything in perspective with regard to balancing work, quality of life and productivity I would recommend the following read: ‘In praise of slowness” by Carl Honore

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