I know of many institutions who have a 100% success rate. All of these are based right here in SA with a unique perspective on local culture and challenges. Assuming their success rate is not by chance, they too have a succesful model.
Interesting that SSETA would choose to ignore the institutions they accredited. Is there something wrong with this SETA’s quality assurance and accreditation process?
At the risk of being accused of suffering from the “not invented here syndrome”, I do believe that local challenges should be left to local experts, and we certainly do have them.
Logging off to consider if I have just had my daily dose of humour or frustration.
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