13th June 2018 at 12:07 pm #66656
14th June 2018 at 7:02 pm #66692
20th June 2018 at 11:15 pm #66770
The QCTO is not yet ready to take over the accreditation process as they do not have the capacity and at this stage even if they accept applications they still outsource the evaluation to the SETA ETQA which makes no sense at all.
It is clear that they want to dissolve SETA ETQA’s and hire the employees from the SETA’s to manage the accreditation processes.
Let us watch the space, the transition will not take place anytime soon and the SETA’s will still continue to accredit providers.
15th June 2018 at 8:53 am #66693
Hi Helen and Mduduzi, the SETA’s are due to cease accrediting providers as of the end of this month, after which QCTO will take over all accreditations. While some SETA’s have closed off accreditation applications already, there are some that are still taking applications. Unfortunately, you will find that most of them are also flooded with applications, and trying to catch up on re-accreditations and re-registrations. In most cases, unit standards and Qualifications (aka legacy qualifications) are due to expire at the end of this month as well, although training can continue until the last enrolnment date of June 2019 or June 2022 if learners are enrolled before June 2019 and undergo training later.
Providers are expected, when the Occupational Qualifications are registered, to apply to QCTO for accreditation on the OC or part qualification.
15th June 2018 at 1:18 pm #66698
Thank you Nigel.
It has been surprising to me how few Training Service Providers have been paying attention to this.D day draws closer and still no one seems to be applying for Accreditation at the QCTO, updating their QMS’s or purchasing QCTO Material!
It is a pity that the QCTO road show was canceled, I think that many people would have benefited.
20th June 2018 at 1:30 pm #66761
Kindly need assistance busy with Services Seta accreditation, We are in need of language policy to add on our QMS Document can anyone who have a draft policy that we can use to kindly assist. busy with google but getting no joy.
Thank you in advance
21st June 2018 at 8:28 am #66772
28th August 2018 at 11:31 am #67643
Hi. I’m new to this forum. I’ve asked a question previously but received no response… Perhaps not worded correctly. I’m a foundation phase teacher and sometimes provide other teachers with training workshops on a voluntary basis. I’d like these training sessions to be considered as professional development skills for teachers that attend and hopefully even get SACE points in the process. Unsure where to start with the whole process… I have taken note that I may need to register as an NPO and then apply for SETA accreditation. I’d like to know if I am on the right track or kindly guide me where to proceed. Thanks
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