No the system is laborious and wheels grind slowly.
What on earth would yo9u be paying another provider R27000 for?
I sincerely hope you are only applying to one SETA first. Once you have accreditation with your main SETA (the one which will approve most of your training coursed) you can apply for extension of scope to other SETAS
I thank you for the explanation above. I have a question though that i need clarity on. After completing the assessor course and meeting the above outcomes as explained-i understand you become a “Assessor” and still need to register with a SETA relevant to your filed of exepertise . When does the tittle “Constituent Assessor” come? What does “constituent” mean in relation to Assessors. Is it because you are now registered with a SETA? May you help clarify on that