sylvia hammond started the topic QCTO SDP Capacitation Accreditation roadshows – full calendar in the forum Quality Council for Trades & Occupations (QCTO) 1 minute ago
The Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO) is embarking upon series of roadshows, in order to provide Skills Development Providers (SDPs) with the knowledge and ability in order to obtain accreditation from the QCTO.
Remember the QCTO is responsible for the overall quality assurance of all occupational qualifications, and is gradually…[Read more]
sylvia hammond started the topic Chronological development of the QCTO – a timeline graphic in the forum Quality Council for Trades & Occupations (QCTO) 1 day ago
The Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO) has published a very informative timeline graphic of its history. Created in 2010, with 17 employees and an acting CEO, seconded from the DHET, followed in 2011 by appointment of Prof Peliwe Lolwana as Chairperson.
The QCTO was created as a new quality council, one of three councils, with…[Read more]
sylvia hammond started the topic Impact of QCTO withdrawal of SETA QA mandate – Services Seta in the forum Training Service Providers 1 day, 15 hours ago
Thank you for heads up to Maryna Ritter – ASDSA
I have been told that some administrators have been resisting the QCTO assuming full responsibility for the quality assurance functions. It’s a bit like sitting on the beach and willing the tide not to come in. Make sure that your business strategy is future proof.
The attached letter from the…[Read more]
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The SANews.gov report on Sunday 20th October 2019, included some interesting information.
NSFAS Administrator Dr Randall Carolissen says that the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has identified provinces with low application rates, and will be following up, with community outreach agents to assist with applications.
By Sunday, 50…[Read more]
sylvia hammond started the topic Fronting Practices & Introduction of the Commission in the forum Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment 2 days, 15 hours ago
Please see the two slides attached.
The first one deals with the issue of Fronting – and the problems with implementation of the B-BBEE Act 53 of 2003.
The amendments in Act 46 of 2013, introduced the Commission.
s13B of the Act sets out the jurisdiction of the Commission and its mandate.
The second slide sets out the mandate.
” ‘Fronting’…[Read more]
Ok I can understand – I am sorry that I also missed the chance to meet up with you.
As there clearly is an interest, I will do my best to raise further info – and I know that we do have some experts amongst our members, so I will invite them to contribute.
thank you – and I am so sorry that I didn’t meet you in person – if we are at conferences in Cape Town, let’s try and identify each other next time.
Please also see my reply to Colette because I am going to be posting further articles – please feel free to jump in and comment, and add your opinion.
I have not been following this area closely as I am mainly involved in the labour law & skills development areas. But as it now is impinging upon both skills development in the scorecard, and also employment relations with post-skills employment, I decided to follow.
My comment to one of the Commission members is that the…[Read more]
When I posted the invitation to the Cape Town Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment Conference (B-BBEE), I promised to report back.
I was able to attend the conference. It was well organised, in pleasant surroundings, with parking, and excellent catering – not the reason to attend but all helps to create a positive impression.
Then there was…[Read more]
DATE: Thursday, 17 October 2019
TO: All media
ATTENTION: News Editors/ Reports
For Immediate use:
JOINT MEDIA STATEMENT BY THE MINISTERS OF HEALTH AND THE MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ON PUBLIC NURSING COLLEGES OFFERING QUALIFICATIONS REGISTERED ON THE HIGHER EDUCATION QUALIFICATIONS SUB-FRAMEWORK…[Read more]
sylvia hammond replied to the topic QCTO clarification QA for qualifications on the OQSF in the forum Training Service Providers 5 days, 12 hours ago
Hi Collin – thank you for the kind words. This certainly is a challenging field to be in – as it keeps moving.
sylvia hammond started the topic UPDATE EEA4 form – revised by DEL in the forum Implementers and Trainers of Employment Equity Act 1 week ago
To all members preparing employment equity reports
Please see revised EEA4 document from Department of Employment and Labour.
See yellow highlights for clarification.
Tass Schwab started the topic Quality Learning Material and Accreditation Assistance in the forum Seeking Accreditation Training material or Venue 1 week ago
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sylvia hammond started the topic QCTO clarification QA for qualifications on the OQSF in the forum Training Service Providers 1 week ago
Skills-universe member Lynel Farrell has been doing sterling work, clarifying the requirements of Quality Council for Trades & Occupations (QCTO), and South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) procedures.
Please see the attached QCTO document from 2017, which sets out the requirements for quality assurance of qualifications on the…[Read more]
sylvia hammond replied to the topic Design & Develop Learning Material – ETDP funded skills programme in the forum ETDP SETA 1 week, 1 day ago
Well done – good luck – & please give us feedback for the site on how it goes and the value of the programme.
Please see posting picked up from the LFCSA Facebook group.
The South African Nursing Council (SANC) notes with concern that Clinix Health Academy has published an advertisement for applications for admission into the Bridging Course for Enrolled Nurses leading to Registration as General Nurse.
“The public is again reminded t…[Read more]
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