Ronnie Siphika started the topic CETA Accreditation – Assessors, Facilitators and Moderators in the forum Accreditation Help Centre 3 days, 19 hours ago
We are currently looking for registered assessors, facilitators, and moderators for the CETA accreditation. If you are interested in working with us – kindly send contact me at Ronnie.Siphika@cmfoundation.org.za
Ronnie S. Siphika
Construction Management Foundation NPC
I am looking for a consultant to assist me with QCTO accreditation, US 15162 learning material as well as marketing to obtaining funding. You can contact me directly on 0787549775.
Liberty Nobula replied to the topic Selecting Consultants to assist with Accreditation in the forum Accreditation Help Centre 1 week ago
Well articulated Nigel
Good Day All
I am urgently looking for MICT Seta accredited SDP who is selling his/her company. Kindly contact me on 0659826928 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Am looking for Subject matter experts for the following(For accreditation purposes) QCTO
94100 Occupational certificate : Welder
91782 Occupational certificate : Plumber
91761 Occupational Certificate : Electrical
93627 Occupational Certificate : Bricklayer
94022 Occupational Certificate : Carpenter
Occupational Certificate :…[Read more]
Hi Leon, I think you are looking for something specific here, perhaps I can share some documents with you.
Thanks Nigel. It seems like the bad guys with dubious motives are getting away with this until there is clear legislation on this matter. Will update you on the findings of the court.
There are so many guides, policies and regulations (which are not always consistent with each other!), but as long as you stay out of any area within DHET’s scope and do not misrepresent your status to a degree that it could be interpreted as “accredited”, then all is fine. It is unfortunate that many people have crossed the line by wording…[Read more]
I completely agree with you. It is however the “legislation” that you referred to that I am interested in. Apparently such legislation states that private Training Providers are not allowed to issue a certificate for a qualification, and are prevented from using the word “Competence” on any certificate issued by a Private Training…[Read more]
If workshops are offering high quality training. Why not? as long as the person has indicated accordingly, and is not contravening any legislation.
Thanks for all the info. Really appreciated. Can anyone assist me on any article or regulations under the SAQA Act that specifically speaks to this, or even communication from any SETA in this regard? It seems that there is no proof of the existence of these regulations. Nigel or Sylvia, maybe you can assist. Thanks.
just wanna find out if letters of intent are still done online because i have been trying to apply but i can’t get it right.
Morning Mr Christopher I am a facilitator, assessor and moderator.i am available. Kindly contact me on email@example.com
I have finalized writing 5 study materials based on Qcto curriculum. I need an Facilitator and or Assessor to edit the materials
We are applying for accreditation, and need the help of assessor and moderator for qualification id number: 74269
Hi to Leon, Charles, Des and Nigel,
I recalled our discussion on accredition when I was reading the Council on Higher Education (CHE) document – entitled:
Norms of Certifications for the Higher Education sector within the context of the Higher Education Qualifications sub-framework.
Now I would be interested to know whether there is a similar…[Read more]
We had an incident at the beginning of last year when a provider had delivered “non-accredited” training. The provider in question is accredited with TETA but was offering other “non-accredited” courses. The outcome was:
1. Any learning material used and Certificates may not reflect TETA’s details or TETA related Assessor/Moderator details.
I would have to agree with Chrles on this one. there is nothing wrong with offering “non credit bearing” courses as long as that is stated.
As an accredited training provider I have always offered a range of “non credit bearing coursess” and have no problem with this whatsoever.
Can i please also remind our readiers that there is no such thing…[Read more]
My view is that if a provider makes it clear that the training they are providing is non accredited there is no problem with providing it.
There are courses being provided in South Africa which, whilst being non South African accredited (e.g. SETA/ CHE), may be recognised by overseas institutions. I see no problem in advertising this international…[Read more]
There is a Constitutional right to choose a trade, occupation or profession – although that can be regulated by law – as skills development is.
She clearly knows that she requires accreditation, that is why she is applying.
Are the courses she is offering actually the same content, for which she is applying for accreditation?
If so -…[Read more]
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