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SETA ACCREDITATION PROCESS

4 Examples of the Perfect SETA Accreditation Strategy

Are you a training organisation pursuing viable accreditation? Here’s 4 strategy examples outlining and providing key information for SSETA, HWSETA, WRSETA, CHIETA, MQA and MERSETA accreditation.

Four Strategic Approaches to Accreditation

1. SERVICES SETA

Services SETA Accreditation Strategy

2. HW SETA

Health and Welfare SETA Accreditation Strategy

3. CHIETA, MERSETA & MQA

SETA Accreditation for Science, Engineering and Technical Fields

4. WR SETA

Wholesale and Retail SETA Accreditation Strategy

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Following a Strategic Accreditation Process

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Comments (4)

    1. Leonie Hall

      Hi Moleka
      Compliments of the season!
      Solutions range from R7.5k to +100k. Ultimately it’s based on what you need in place for your particular business model and how / much or how how little you know about education systems.
      Your training content needs and QMS are two of the major cost considerations.
      I’ll drop you an email and we can take it from there! 🙂

      Warmest regards
      leonie

  1. Sibusiso Mpungose

    Hi
    I have always wondered whats so problematic about accreditation when it’s SETAs mandate to assist skills development providers to get accredited. Consequently, private market is thriving out government failer and poor small providers have to pay middle person. The result, increased barrier to entry by PSI.

    1. Leonie Hall

      Hi Sibusiso
      Education and the creation of life long learning systems is both science and art. Life long learning is key to social change and economic innovation and is emphasized in various reports and policies. Sadly many accreditation applicants ignore this and SETAs recognise this limitation very easily. They then become difficult and purposefully raise barriers which either force applicants to learn and thrive or to give up and try their luck in a different industry.
      Fortunately I’ve never experienced an unsolved accreditation issue. I’ll drop you an email and let’s see how you can be helped!
      Warmest regards
      Leonie

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