Dear Colleagues, I am looking a subject matter expert to develop training manuals for truck drivers. Ideal candidate should have experience in the logistics industry and have NQF 6 or higher qualifications in the same field.
Please contact me if you meet the above criteria and are interested in this opportunity. Snake oil Salesmen not welcome.
Synergy Transformation Solutions is looking for a Facilitator, Assessor and Moderator for 64289 Automotive Sales (Retail Sales). Must be Johannesburg based. This will be for a 12 month contract.
Please send CV and MerSETA scope to email@example.com
If you do not have the above qualification as an Assessor and/or Moderator…[Read more]
Desiree Fourie replied to the topic Assessors and Moderators and Facilitators database in the forum Vacancies & Seeking Practitioners for Contracts or Projects 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Hope you well,
Please explain how this works for me. We provide you our credentials, and you use them when you find new clients and they pay you a linkage fee,
we send you our credentials, and you pay us a linkage fee for adding them to your database?
Is this purely for your database in which case a linkage fee should be o…[Read more]
I celebrated my 10 year anniversary this week of being a consultant in the Education Industry. No mean feat! So, it you need Accreditation Assistance with SETA or CHE please connect with me.
My client seeks a consulting SDF (contractor for limited hours contract per month) for a FASSET Cape Town-based employer with more than 300 employees.
The client needs an experienced SDF who has a proven track record with large employer submissions through FASSET and experience in managing bursaries and grant funding for various programmes…[Read more]
Lynel Farrell replied to the topic QCTO Newsflash – Latest News! SDPs – please stay informed! in the forum Concerned Providers Interest Group – QCTO/SAQA/SETA 2 months ago
And herewith are the other 2 policies that have been updated and published on the QCTO website.
Lynel Farrell started the topic QCTO Newsflash – Latest News! SDPs – please stay informed! in the forum Concerned Providers Interest Group – QCTO/SAQA/SETA 2 months ago
The QCTO has updated a number of policies, and I would like to share the newsflash and updated policies with you. It is important to stay on track with all the latest news. You can download the following documents directly from the QCTO website.
The Department of Employment and Labour has published a Code of Good Practice on the Prevention and Elimination of Harassment in the workplace.
This code replaces the previous Amended Code on the Handling of Sexual Harassment Cases in the Workplace, from August 2005.
This code spells out in far more explicit detail exactly what behaviour is…[Read more]
Thank you Lynel, for that very comprehensive reply. and than you Cecile for your question.
I am absolutly sure that there are many members who will read and benefit from the information.
And yes, SETAs are here until 2030 – according to the current plans.
Thanks for your posting.
Yes, I believe that Lynel is correct in that it is not all qualifications, because there is a separate clause that indicates that the industry stakeholders could determine differently.
Now, that is not necessarily a straightforward question. It may potentially be a problem, because it depends upon who is making…[Read more]
Simulated learning is most definitely not permitted for all Occupational Qualifications – it all depends if it is possible. For generic qualifications, it makes sense. Each Occupational Qualification, whether it is generic, complex/technical, a trade or a part-qualification – the Curriculum Document guides us and gives a clear indication…[Read more]
My understanding would be as set out by John in the response above. However what does need urgent clarification is the issue of the 4 forms of qualification you quite rightly question above also.
If simulated learning is permitted for all new OQSF qualifications then I perceive a real problem when it comes to practical application of…[Read more]
Lynel Farrell replied to the topic Contact details – Quality Council for Trades & Occupations (QCTO) in the forum Quality Council for Trades & Occupations (QCTO) 2 months, 2 weeks ago
I just want to clarify something. You are accredited for the Training and Development Practitioner (Occupational Qualification), did you apply separately for the Part Qualifications:
1. Learning and Development Facilitator
2. Assessment Practitioner
3. Skills Development Facilitation Practitioner
4. Work Based Learning and Development…[Read more]
Synergy Transformation Solutions is looking for Facilitators, Assessors and Moderators for the following qualifications:
– 61809 FETC: Tire Repair and Maintenance Level 2
– 58577 NC: General Security Practice Level 3
– 64289 FETC: Automotive Sales and Support Services Level 4
Please send Scope and CV to…[Read more]
You have now sparked a debate, which is so important. I did not look at the 1994 era at all. I tried to pick up from which year the stipulation/rule started with the 18-35, but I am not able to pick it up. I have looked at a number of gazetted going back to 1998-2003. No luck thus far.
I will keep looking for when the age (youth)…[Read more]
Thank you Lynel – an interesting answer, and an excellent example.
I will pick up one paragraph that relates to my current research :-
” … there are many unemployed people out there. Unfortunately, a lot of them are over the 35 age mark, and cannot get the opportunity to enter into a learnership, as they are too old.”
If they are over 35,…[Read more]
Thank you Christopher, your comment is noted. Regards, Lynel.
There is a lot to think about! If it is learnerships, then the Employer is involved and will open the workplace, as it is part of the contract in order to exit the learners at the end.
The reality of many providers today, is to open up learning for learners that are not part of a learnership, this could be private learners without…[Read more]
Overnight, I carried on thinking about what I had said and it made me think that there is something else that needs to be brought out in the implications of the change.
When there is a Learning Programme that an employer hosts at their workplace, the learner signs an employment contract for the duration of that Learning Programme. The…[Read more]
Thanks Lynel for very useful practical comments. I like your idea of providers working together to create simulated workplaces. In all the tool-dominated, technical, & IT environments that will be possible.
It may lack the communication & political dynamics of a real workplace, but we need to make choices in this difficult economic environment -…[Read more]
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