Good day all!!!
Is it just my impatience or you have you guys experienced extreme frustration with the paperwork and process required at SETA's (I won't mention names)?
Simple enquiries result in endless telephone calls, follow up emails and eventually physical visits to their offices, only to be turned with one or the other "excuse".
The result is that one's needs are not easily met, which has a direct result on one's ability to sell your service or your business.
Perhaps we should organise ourselves and stage a toyi-toyi demonstration to alert SAQA to the frustrations we face.
Just a thought!
Rochelle Lowa kombou