Training providers not registered Front Page › Looking For… › Seeking Accreditation or Training material › Training providers not registered This topic has 112 replies, 41 voices, and was last updated 6 years ago by itebogeng Madumo. Viewing 121 post (of 121 total) ← 1 2 3 … 23 24 25 Author Posts 5th Sep 2012 at 3:18 pm #6202 Petra Nicol Well said, Lindiwe – I continually hit my head against a brick wall with explaining this to clients who rue the day they opted to go with a “cheapy’ trainer who is only registered with SETA (not with DOL). Author Posts Viewing 121 post (of 121 total) ← 1 2 3 … 23 24 25 You must be logged in to reply to this topic. Log In Username: Password: Keep me signed in Log In Share on Social Media
Just a thought. Why don’t we elect a government that believes in dignity for all, zero racism, respect and equal opportunity. Oops that may upset the unions and not be politically correct as we would have to scrap BEE, affirmative action and the Employment Equity Act. However we could entice South Africans of all races back who have skills and who are battling in other parts of the world. They could bring back the much needed skills and the desire to work, this would create about 5 jobs per skilled worker and the country would blossom. We could then lower tax as we have a larger tax base and bring about an economic revolution in Africa. We could export to China!
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