I found this article published on The Conversation so relevant to skills-universe members, that I have used the republish option under Creative Commons.
Mentorship programmes in Kenya can make graduates more employable. Here’s how one works
University students in Kenya aren’t getting the mentorship support they need o…[Read more]
sylvia hammond started the topic DEL publishes BCEA revised Earnings Determination & National Minimum Wages in the forum HR & Personnel Practitioners 2 months ago
Department of Employment and Labour (DEL) has released gazettes, effective 1 March 2021, under the Basic Conditions of Employment Act (BCEA) on:
* the revised Earnings Level – that is the BCEA level, over which overtime is not legally required (it may still be required under other contractual arrangements);
* the revised National Minimum Wage…[Read more]
I have level 6 OD ETDP, but want do go deeper into training and implementing of training,when can I do HRM or HRD level 6, please assist
Mr Khaya Matiso identified threats to the economy and priority areas for Technical Vocational Education & Training (TVET) colleges.
Is our system ready to meet the needs of the unemployed? At home we face challenges following COVID-19 of businesses closing and retrenchments. The challenges are also international with events such as the trade war…[Read more]
sylvia hammond started the topic WIL placement – a problem identified by EC TVET NMU Webinar series in the forum FET Colleges 7 months ago
As promised in the previous discussion, I want to separate the discussion on Work-Integrated Learning (WIL).
Clearly, we will all understand that employers have been going through a hard time, and having young people on WIL programmes is probably not top of the list of priorities.
However, it is essential that as young people are trained, they…[Read more]
sylvia hammond started the topic NMU Webinar series – TVET after COVID-19 – highlights of first session in the forum FET Colleges 7 months ago
To all skills-universe members – remember a week ago I posted the invitation to a “not-to-be-missed’ Webinar Series on Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET)?
The first session was today, lead by the Eastern Cape TVET Research Round Table (EC TVET RRT) lasted 2 hours & was full of informative presentations. If you missed it – please…[Read more]
sylvia hammond started the topic Invitation to NMU Webinar Series – TVET after COVID-19 in the forum FET Colleges 7 months, 1 week ago
Please see the attached invitation to a not-to-be-missed Webinar Series on Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET), commencing on the 11 September 2020, and running into December 2020.
I challenge members to find a more powerful lineup of experienced and knowledgeable speakers, qualified to speak on TVET – anywhere.
11 September…[Read more]
Ken Annandale started the topic Do your own compliance training with our Saiosh CPD Accredited material. in the forum HR & Personnel Practitioners 10 months ago
“Spike in COVID-19 deaths in coming days” Mkhize News 24
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What to do the Assessor course but didn’t have the time or money?
Supatrain is an accredited provider with ETDP SETA and is offering this programme at the cost of R2250 incl vat per person. You can do this programme as a Pay-as-you-go option.
Who should attend: instructors, teachers, trainers, facilitators
A registration form is attached if…[Read more]
It seems this pandemic has no quick fixes. So, to keep the wheels of learning turning for employees, LFP Group is offering a Skills Programme
that is aligned to the current global issue, and is accredited. Employees with a smartphone or any device that links to the internet, can access this Skills Programme. All users accessing the platform…[Read more]
sylvia hammond started the topic Innovative agreement signed between SABPP and COMENSA in the forum Coaching & Mentoring 1 year, 1 month ago
The two professional bodies, South African Board for People Practices SABPP), and Coaches and Mentors of South Africa (COMENSA) have identified 11 of common areas of interest. The intention is to allow members of these professional bodies to collaborate.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the SABPP, Xolani Mawande, and the National President…[Read more]
Makoti Malvern Maja replied to the topic CRANES,BOILER MAKER,WELDING,CARPENTRY,PLUMBING TRAINING in the forum FET Colleges 1 year, 1 month ago
Hi, am a boilermaker and pipe fitter facilitator assessor registered on merseta and cheita for both assessor and moderator. firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you Sylvia. Much appreciated.
I wanted to find out from anyone whether as to what the most common practice is around leave accumulation.
We currently have leave accumulation at the start of the month (basically in advance). We wanting to explore what the best practice is and whether company’s add on leave at the start or end of the month.
Can you give me an indication p…[Read more]
Because human beings are destined to think, all information on earth was created by human brains.
This rule, i.e. that the brain is a knowledge creator, is acknowledged everywhere in the world, except in schools where learners’ brains are turned into knowledge duplicators.
(this is an extract from my latest book: Potential Development using T…[Read more]
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