SDF SUMMIT CAPE TOWN 18&19 AUGUST 2016 – PROTEA HOTEL SEA POINT


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    Maryna Ritter
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    Attention: Human Resources Officials, Skills Development Facilitator /Practitioner, Enterprise Resource Planner, Human Resource Planner, Skills Development Strategist, Training Analyst, Workforce Planning Analyst

     

    This Conference will be packed with Policy Issues, Case Studies , Expert Presentations & Discussions on these themes:

    • Professional Development Programmes for SDFs
    • Learn on Skills Development Policy Frameworks
    • Understanding Skills Development and The Bottom Line
    • Assist the employer and employees to develop a Workplace Skills Plan which complies with the requirements of the SETA
    • Advise the employer on the implementation of the Workplace Skills Plan
    • Assist the employer to draft an Annual Training Report on the implementation of the Workplace Skills Plan
    • Advise the employer on the quality assurance requirements set by the SETA
    • Understand Legislation that impacts on Skills Development

     

    DAY 1

    Overview of the legislative Framework for skills development

    • The 3 Sub-frameworks, 3 Quality Councils, SAQA, and the NQF, SETAS and quality Assurance of training providers
    • Professional bodies and their quality assurance role
    • Relationship between the NSDS and the HRDS

     

    Implications of equity policies driving skills development

    • Employment Equity, gender equity, and Disability Equity
    • BBBEE and Skills Development
    • The BBBEE Scorecard

     

    Assessment of QCTO Registered qualifications and part-time qualifications within the NQF

    • Registered qualifications and Part-time qualifications
    • Research Findings

     

    Capacity building of the SDF

    • Key Competencies of the SDF
    • Unit Standards for the training of the SDF
    • Professionalizing the SDF
    • The Role of the ASDSA

     

    Challenges of Establishing effective working relationship with SETAs

    • Serving 2 Masters(Employer and SETA)
    • Strategies to “marry” the skills priorities of the employer and the SETA
    • The role of the SDF In relation to the SETA
    • Aligning staff training records to SETA reporting requirements
    • Tips for Establishing successful relationship with SETA

     

    Compiling the WSP: A practical guide

     

    DAY 2

     

    Skills Planning Strategies for an unpredictable future

    • The realities of the new world of work
    • Challenges for skills planning
    • Skills development strategies for the new world of work

     

    Conducting an Organisational Skills Audit

    • Difference between the Skills Audit and Training Needs Analysis
    • Reasons for and benefits of a Skills Audit
    • Steps in the Organisational Skills Audit

     

    Conducting a Training Needs Analysis (TNA)

    • Planning the purpose and scope of the TNA
    • Links between the Training Needs Analysis and related processes
    • Effective use of Interviews and Questionnaires during the TNA
    • Selecting staff development interventions and training providers

     

    Compiling an internal Staff Performance Improvement Plan and the WSP

    • Relationship between the TNA Report, Staff Performance Improvement Plan and the WSP
    • Purpose and content of the Staff Performance Improvement Plan

     

    Promoting and Evaluating the Impact of Skills Development

    • Monitoring and quality assuring implementation
    • Supporting staff with learning transfer
    • Evaluating quality, relevance and the impact of skills development

     

     

    Pls find registration form below. 

    Tel: 0877004856

    Emai: info@mgip.co.za

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  • #26428

    Maryna Ritter
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    Dear All – 50% discount is on the table……….

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